The Jets kicked off the first day of their rookie minicamp on Friday. While much attention is paid to top Draft picks hitting the practice field for the first time in a Jets uniform, this minicamp is frequently more significant for other news that breaks. Robert Saleh confirmed at his press conference that the Jets are planning on keeping wide receiver Corey Davis rather than cut or trade him for cap relief. Davis is in the final year of his contract, and his presence certainly makes the wide receiver group deeper.
Below are your daily Jets links.
Brian Costello - Jets keep receiver Corey Davis rather than clear salary cap space
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Brian Costello - Jets’ Robert Saleh defends Aaron Rodgers’ wish list: ‘It’s not just him’
Jaclyn Hendricks - Randall Cobb says Aaron Rodgers is ‘himself again’ after Jets trade
Dennis Waszak - Saleh says Rodgers has ‘a fire’ in his eyes to win with Jets
Garrett Podell - Jets’ Sauce Gardner says Aaron Rodgers’ ‘secret gems’ of football insight will make him an even better player
Scott Mitchell - Analyzing how Jarrick Bernard-Converse fits into the NY Jets defense
Billy Riccette - Zaire Barnes, Zack Kuntz ink their rookie contracts
Billy Riccette - Jets sign fifth-round pick Israel Abanikanda
Billy Riccette - Robert Saleh says he’ll play five best offensive linemen
Paul Edsen - Jets Leave Door Open for 17-Year Veteran to Join Squad
Michael Obermuller - Jets WR Mecole Hardman Reveals New Single-Digit Jersey Number
Nick Faria - Quinnen Williams remains winner over Jets following Dexter Lawrence-Giants $90 million deal Jets keep receiver Corey Davis rather than clear salary cap space
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