Douglas might like Darnold. He might believe in Darnold. But that doesn’t mean he’d rather have Darnold than Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence.
Maye was drafted by the New York Jets in 2017 BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Less than one week after making what was called “the interception of the year” by ESPN, New York Jets safety Marcus Maye announced that he has made a sizable gift to his high school alma mater, Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy, in Melbourne. His donation will fund the “Marcus Maye Strength and Conditioning Center” at Holy Trinity’s new Tiger Athletic Complex.
SNY NFL Insider Ralph Vacchiano previews the Jets' divisional showdown with Buffalo. Adam Gase's team expects some key players to return on offense, with Sam Darnold likely back under center as the Jets seek their first win of the season.