Good morning, Gang Green Nation! I hope you’re all having a great start to the day. With the offseason here, I think it’s a good reminder for Jet fans to remember that the team will be getting Carl Lawson back this upcoming season. The team lost Lawson prior to the regular season, after he suffered an achilles tear. While Lawson doesn’t necessarily ‘wow’ you with the stats throughout his career, he’s been a productive player, and one the Jets defense is in desperate need of. While the team’s young secondary surprised many, the lack of a pass rush was glaringly obvious. Even with the help of Lawson returning this upcoming season, don’t be shocked if the team addresses the position in the draft or free agency as well. This is a big point in the tenure of Joe Douglas, and I’m sure he’s going to do the best he can to turn the ship around. With that, here are your links to the Jets to start your morning.
NewYorkJets.com - Why Members of the National Media Think the Jets Are in Good Hands with Robert Saleh & His Staff
Ethan Greenberg - Jets WRs Look Ahead: Elijah Moore Ready to Hit 2022 at ‘Full Steam’
SNY - Bent - Deep Dive on Alijah Vera-Tucker’s rookie year and how he might impact Jets in 2022 NFL season
Michael Nania - NY Jets free agent Laurent Duvernay-Tardif hints at NFL future
Michael Nania - Should Connor McGovern remain the NY Jets' starting center in 2022?
Paul A. Esden, Jr. - Jets Blasted for ‘Ugly Free Agent Miss’: LB Jarrad Davis
Justin Fried - 4 free agents who could reunite with Robert Saleh and the NY Jets
Paul A. Esden, Jr. - Jets Linked to Rising EDGE Rusher Boye Mafe of Minnesota
Michael Obermuller - NFL Insider Connects Jets to Pass Rusher Uchenna Nwosu
Andrew Golden - 2022 NFL first round mock draft: NY Jets make surprise pick at No. 4
Tyler Greenawalt - New York Jets lose 2 assistant coaches to Cardinals, Broncos
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
I hope you all have a safe and wonderful rest of the day!
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