On SportsNite, SNY NFL Insider Ralph Vacchiano reacts to Jets GM Joe Douglas' video conference on Wednesday, saying it doesn't sound like he's eager to trade Sam Darnold or give up any first-round draft picks.
The New York Jets are dipping into East Tennessee for a key off-the-field hire, multiple sources tell FootballScoop. East Tennessee State University Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Performance, Dr. Brad DeWeese, has emerged as the Jets’ primary target for their top strength and conditioning position under first-year coach Robert Saleh. Sources confirm to FootballScoop that DeWeese has accepted the position and is finalizing a deal.
Defensive lineman Henry Anderson personifies what’s to come and the type of player the Green Bay Packers could add to the roster. The New York Jets released Anderson on Tuesday, shedding his $8.2 million base salary. With that, the Jets are about $75 million under the salary-cap floor of $180 million.