I was just thinking to myself if we can give him time and he can make throws like that, we're going to win a lot of games. That, of course, is the plan. And the Jets expect Wilson to be a major reason for that success.
When practice was over, Robert Saleh made a beeline to the stands. He wanted to thank the Jets fans who attended Saturday’s workout in Florham Park, N.J., the first time the team had practiced or played in front of fans since 2019. Just appreciate them coming out,” the first-year head coach said.
Maye has established himself as one of the NFL's top free safeties and shown enough versatility to play various spots in the secondary. A second-rounder out of Florida in 2017 — after Adams went in the first round — Maye could have been a free agent during the offseason until general manager Joe Douglas and the Jets placed the franchise tag on him.