Good morning, Gang Green Nation! I hope you’re all having a great start to the day. After a weekend full of surprises, Jets’ GM Joe Douglas continued to do so yesterday, as he released WR Quincy Enunwa, as well as waiving RB Trenton Cannon, G Ben Braden, and LB Wyatt Ray. The release of Enunwa is most surprising considering the guarantees laden in his contract. The release presents no cap savings, signifying that Joe Douglas is looking towards the future immediately, instead of the immediate future. This also shows that Douglas is serious about bringing in his own guys, moving on from mistakes from previous GMs, and placing his stamp on the team in a season full of question marks. In my opinion this is the best time for him to do so as expectations for both the league (due to Covid-19) and the Jets are low this year. While some have speculated that Douglas could be ‘punting away the season’, it’s hard not to agree with the moves he’s made thus far. He was given a pretty terrible hand for a new GM and hopefully the moves he makes going past this season will help put the Jets in a place to succeed going forward - at least, one must hope. With that, here are your links to the team to start your morning.
Ethan Greenberg - Jets DL Steve McLendon: Our Mindset Doesn’t Change
Eric Allen & Randy Lange - Jets Release WR Quincy Enunwa
Gary Phillips - Jets release oft-injured WR Quincy Enunwa, waive Trenton Cannon
Brian Costello - Jets cut Quincy Enunwa, officially end ties to Rex Ryan era
Chris Ryan - Jets release WR Quincy Enunwa, trim training camp roster to 80 players
Robby Sabo - The C.J. Mosley opt-out is a contractual killer for the New York Jets
Gary Phillips - Jets LB C.J. Mosley’s opt-out deserves understanding, not hostility
Kristian Dyer - After New York Jets linebacker C.J. Mosley opts out, what is the team's salary cap picture?
Chris Ryan - What will Jets’ linebacker depth chart look like without C.J. Mosley? 7 options
Sam Neumann - Updated look at Jets’ offensive line depth chart post-Brian Winters
Justin Fried - NY Jets: 3 offensive players on the bubble entering training camp
Kristian Dyer - Charlie Weis praises New York Jets safety Bradley McDougald as 'a darn good football player'
Tyler Greenawalt - Joe Douglas’ best late-first round picks
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
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I hope you all have a safe and wonderful rest of the day!
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