The New York Jets' leadership group, including CEO Christopher Johnson and general manager Joe Douglas, reportedly doesn't want to fire head coach Adam Gase during the season. SNY's Ralph Vacchiano reported Friday there's a "real chance [Gase] will survive the season" despite the team's 0-6 record heading into Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills. "They really don't want to do it," a source told SNY.
The Jets started unloading players in trades over the past week, dealing Steve McLendon to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Jordan Willis to the San Fransisco 49ers. As the Nov. 3 NFL trade deadline gets closer, more players will likely be on the move as GM Joe Douglas continues to turn over the roster to prepare for 2021 and beyond. Who else could go?
Giants RB Dion Lewis can fill a need in the Bears backfield, giving Matt Nagy and QB Nick Foles another weapon to work with.