Stephen Bowen

Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 300
College: Hofstra
Birth Place: Wheatley Heights, New York
Draft: Undrafted
  • Rookie Jamal Adams now Jets' second highest paid player
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    Rookie Jamal Adams now Jets' second highest paid player

    After creating a load of dead money by releasing a bunch of veteran players, a rookie is now the second highest paid player on the Jets. Safety Jamal Adams, taken with this sixth pick in the 2017 NFL draft, became the last Jet newcomer to sign on Friday. In doing so, he quickly became one of the highest paid players on the team, according to ESPN. Adams will make a tad under $14.8 million, which is only second to Muhammad Wilkerson’s $15 million 2017 salary. Adams also ranks 13th on the team with $4 million hit to the cap. If you think that is high for a player who has not played a down of professional football, consider that some rookies like Aaron Curry (Seahawks) and Jamarcus Russell (Raiders)

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    Jets' Brian Winters trains for camp by pulling 3,800-pound truck

    Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer Close Longtime Jets beat writer for New York Daily News Syracuse University graduate Follow on Twitter Brian Winters has added new meaning to the phrase "pulling guard." As part of his pre-training camp workout regimen, the New York Jets' right guard made like a tow truck and, well, pulled his 3,800-pound Ford pick-up truck around a parking lot at his alma mater, Kent State. The school's web site recently posted a workout video of Winters. At the 15-second mark, you'll see him, with a shoulder harness attached to the front bumper, towing his truck -- and a person at the steering wheel. You might say he's an excellent drive blocker. (Rim shot.) Later in the video,

  • Dont'a Hightower opens training camp on PUP list

    Dont'a Hightower opens training camp on PUP list

    Dont'a Hightower will sit out the start of training camp. Dan Powers-USA TODAY Sports Linebacker Dont’a Hightower was placed on the PUP list ahead of New England Patriots training camp with an undisclosed injury, per ESPN’s Mike Reiss. “Hightower is coming back from an undisclosed physical ailment that kept him off the practice field in voluntary spring practices. A defensive captain who is one of the NFL’s hardest-hitting players at his position, he was seen working on a different field with others who aren’t yet fully cleared to practice.” Hightower will be joined on the PUP by defensive tackle Alan Branch. This is pretty noteworthy news considering Hightower got $19 million guaranteed from