Good morning, Gang Green Nation! With the offseason acquisitions winding down, the most glaring issue for the Jets appears to be at linebacker. C.J. Mosley and Quincy Williams seem destined to start, with a whole lot of question marks behind them. That seems to be a real problem area at this point, though the Jets have professed a lot more confidence in the group than most Jets fans. There are still some interesting free agent linebackers available, with more perhaps becoming available after post June 1 roster cuts. I suspect we will see at least one decent addition to this group before training camp opens. If not, then we better hope the Jets are correct in their optimistic assessment of the current group.
Here are your links to your New York Jets this glorious Sunday in May:
Brian Costello - Jets lack depth at two key positions after strong offseason
Paul A. Esden Jr. - Zach Wilson Sounds off on Jets’ Breakout Weapon Garrett Wilson
Michael Obermuller - Jets ‘Top-Three Players’ in 2022 All Work in the Trenches
Michael Obermuller - Ex-Jets QB Mark Sanchez Could Earn Fox Promotion: Report
Tyler Greenawalt - Ex-Jets QB Mark Sanchez could earn big broadcast role at Fox Sports
Michael Obermuller - Jets Provide Injury Update for Linebacker Jamien Sherwood
Michael Obermuller - Zach Wilson’s Younger Brother Isaac Has 8 D1 Offers at QB
Benjamin Jacob - 5 revenge narratives for the NY Jets this upcoming season
Justin Fried - NY Jets DT Quinnen Williams focused on football, not a payday
Tyler Greenawalt - New York Jets: Zach Wilson, Tyler Conklin going to George Kittle’s TEU
Ryan Moran - Ranking the New York Jets' most improved positions
Ryan Moran - Who will be the New York Jets fourth running back?
Ryan Moran - Assessing the New York Jets supporting cast around Zach Wilson
Ryan Moran - The Jets may have a dynamic duo developing at the wide receiver position
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
Enjoy the day everybody.
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