Good morning, GGN! Free agency is slowing to a trickle as teams pick over the remaining available players. Signings will still come in at a slow and steady pace as the Jets still have plenty of available slots on the 90 man roster, but these will mainly be depth pieces, as most of the starter level guys have already signed. Fans’ attention now pivots back to the upcoming NFL draft and who might be available to plug some of the remaining holes on the Jets roster. With some premium talent already added in free agency and more on the way in the draft and possibly by trade, will the Jets add enough to finally make it back to the playoffs in 2019? Some observers are beginning to think so, even in Patriots country.
Here are your links to the Jets this Sunday.
Jason Fitzgerald - Breaking down Le’Veon Bell’s new Jets contract: Was the holdout worth it?
Darryl Slater - A look at the top overall winners and losers so far in 2019 NFL free agency.
Bent - Why Jets' trade for Kelechi Osemele could be their most impactful offseason move
Matt Stypulkoski - What will Jets’ 2019 lineup look like? Way-too-early projection of starters based on free-agent signings, upcoming NFL Draft
Matt Stypulkoski - Latest Jets’ 7-round mock draft
Spencer Aber - Jamison Crowder contract breakdown: Jets guarantee $17 million
Justin Fried - What are the New York Jets plans for the cornerback position?
Justin Fried - Initial grade/analysis of Chandler Catanzaro
Sam Neumann - Five centers the Jets can still get
NBC Sports Boston - Mike Pennel on joining Patriots: 'It’s a winning culture'
Stephen Smith - New York Jets poised and ready to win AFC East crown
Karen Guregian - Jets a sleeper pick to make playoffs?
Robby Sabo - The highly-anticipated New York Jets new completely redesigned uniforms bring Oregon football to the mind.
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Enjoy the weekend everybody.
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