Derek Chard

Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 237
College: Connecticut
Birth Place: Burlington, Connecticut
Draft: Undrafted
  • Jets' Josh McCown embraces role as bridge quarterback
    Jets Wire

    Jets' Josh McCown embraces role as bridge quarterback

    At the age of 38, it goes without saying that veteran Josh McCown isn’t exactly the future of the Jets at quarterback. McCown comes to New York with a record of 2-20 as a starting quarterback over the last three seasons playing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Cleveland Browns. Not much is expected of the Jets in 2017, and it looks like McCown will be the man to lead Gang Green through what seems like it will be a down year. Waiting in the wings are fellow signal callers Christian Hackenberg and Bryce Petty, who will certainly see some playing time to show what they can do. Given the situation, McCown is viewed as a bridge quarterback, but the veteran sees himself as much more than that. “As

  • Everything to know about Jets training camp
    New York Post

    Everything to know about Jets training camp

    Training camp schedule Where: Atlantic Health Jets Training Center, Florham Park Opens: Saturday Closes: Aug. 24 Parking: From route 24, take exit 2B-A to merge onto Columbia Turnpike/CR-510 W toward Morristown. Turn left at Park Avenue. Turn left at Florham Park Road. Drive past BASF building and make first right. Follow the signs to Jets Training Camp Parking. Autographs: After each practice, players will sign for fans along the fence line. Practices open to public: July 31, Aug. 3, Aug. 5 (Green and White scrimmage), Aug. 7, Aug. 10, Aug. 14, Aug. 17, Aug. 21, Aug. 24 Key dates Friday: Players report, no practice Saturday: First practice (not open to public) Monday, July 31, 1:50 p.m.: First

  • Why did Jets LB Darron Lee change his number?
    Jets Wire

    Why did Jets LB Darron Lee change his number?

    Lots will be different for the Jets when they open training camp in one week. Veterans will be missed. Rookies have come aboard. Fresh faces will litter the coaching staff. Another thing that will be different? Darron Lee’s uniform number. Last season the linebacker wore No. 50 as a rookie. This season he will switch to No. 58. Why did Lee decide to change his number? “It’s just all of my numbers in my lifetime added up,” Lee told the Jets website. When Lee joined the Jets last season, LB Erin Henderson wore No. 58. The Jets declined Henderson’s option this offseason, making him a free agent. When Lee first began playing football he wore No. 8. He wore No. 2 his freshman year of high school,