Bilal Powell, dealing with calf strain, returns to Jets practice – ESPN

4:48 PM ET Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print comment FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — After missing one game with a strained calf, running back Bilal Powell returned to practice Thursday and will play Sunday, meaning the New York Jets will be at full strength in the backfield for the first time since Week 3. […]

The big-time matchup that could prove young Jets tackle belongs – New York Post

Brandon Shell sat on the sideline staring straight ahead Sunday after a 24-17 loss to the Patriots. The Jets right tackle had been beaten by New England linebacker Dont’a Hightower for a sack on the game’s final series. It was not his only miscue of the day. The second-year player from South Carolina had also […]

How the Jets and their tight end are rescuing each other – New York Post

The previous time Austin Seferian-Jenkins played the Patriots, before this past Sunday, he thought his playing career might be over. Last Christmas Eve, Seferian-Jenkins pulled his hamstring at Gillette Stadium against New England. The injury ended his season, and he wondered if it had ended his career. He was overweight, dealing with a DUI arrest […]

Previewing the Jets’ opponent: Five things to know about the Miami Dolphins –

x Embed x Share CLOSE Jets linebacker Demario Davis, who attended a meeting with NFL owners on Tuesday to talk about social issues, says he believes players will soon stop protesting during the anthem. Davis spoke Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017, in Florham Park, N.J. Andy Vasquez/ Miami Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler (6) warms up before […]

Jets have become more unified during anthem protest debate – New York Post

Linebacker Demario Davis has embraced his role as one of the Jets leaders since his return to the team this year after one year in Cleveland. So it was no surprise he was among the dozen or so NFL players who attended Tuesday’s meeting in Manhattan with owners and league officials to discuss some of […]

Serious slump: Jets defensive linemen 0-for-602 as pass-rushers – ESPN (blog)

7:00 AM ET Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print comment FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Where have you gone, Mark Gastineau, Joe Klecko, Marty Lyons and Abdul Salaam? In a bygone era, they were the New York Sack Exchange, a front four that devoured quarterbacks. More than three decades after their heyday, they’re still beloved […]

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