Player News - Jets

Date: Team: Pos:

Robby Anderson will train with former NFL receiver Chad Johnson this offseason.

Anderson also worked with Johnson leading up to last year's draft. Johnson has dabbled in coaching before, working as a guest instructor at Browns training camp last summer. He and Anderson share some similarities as thin-framed outside receivers with game-changing speed. Anderson's arrow is pointing up after finishing sixth among rookies with 587 receiving yards last season.
Feb 21 - 3:21 PM

Darrelle Revis' court hearing has been pushed back to March 15.

It was originally scheduled for Thursday. Revis is facing five charges—four felonies and one misdemeanor—stemming from his involvement in a brawl earlier this month. Coming off a dismal season, the 31-year-old may be out of a job by the time he goes to court.
Feb 21 - 2:23 PM

Darrelle Revis turned himself in to police Friday night after being charged with four felonies and a misdemeanor stemming a fight last weekend in Pittsburgh.

He was released on a non-monetary bond. Revis allegedly punched two men and took away one's cell phone after they refused to stop following him and stop recording him early Sunday morning. Police have charged Revis with two felony counts of aggravated assault, one felony count of robbery, one felony count of conspiracy, and a misdemeanor count of terroristic threats. His next court date is Thursday.
Source: ESPN
Feb 18 - 9:59 AM

According to Bleacher Report's Jason Cole, the Jets are able to void Darrelle Revis' deal if he's suspended or fined for conduct detrimental to the team or for violating the league's personal conduct policy.

The Jets were already unlikely to bring Revis back at his $13 million salary, and his arrest makes it even easier to move on. If Revis is suspended or fined, the Jets can recoup his entire salary including the $6 million he was guaranteed for 2017. The Jets have until March 11 to decide his fate. Revis is due a $2 million roster bonus on that date.
Feb 17 - 1:19 PM

Darrelle Revis has been charged with four felonies for his role in a weekend fight in Pittsburgh.

That includes two counts of aggravated assault. Revis is accused of knocking two men unconscious. It's a serious matter, likely not the kind that will disappear. It's also an ill-timed off-field issue for a 31-year-old corner coming off a lousy year. Revis is guaranteed $6 million for 2017, but this greatly increases the chances he gets cut loose, which would create $9.3 million in cap space for the Jets.
Feb 16 - 10:11 PM

Darrelle Revis is facing "pending" charges of aggravated assault, robbery, "conspiracy" and "making terroristic threats" following a weekend brawl in his native Pittsburgh.

Revis is alleged to have knocked two men unconscious. Per the police report, a man refused to stop filming Revis with his cellphone. The "robbery" charge would be because Revis (allegedly) took the phone and threw it in the street. This has the makings of a legal issue that could linger for most, if not all, of the offseason.
Feb 16 - 6:38 PM

Darrelle Revis was involved in a Pittsburgh brawl over the weekend.

One Pittsburgh T.V. station is reporting Revis was an aggressor and could be charged with a felony, while another says he was attacked by up to five men. Revis as the aggressor is sounding like the more plausible story, as the other emanated from his lawyer. The situation should be updated in the next 24 hours.
Feb 16 - 5:35 PM

Austin Seferian-Jenkins agreed to a plea deal in his DUI case which will keep him out of jail.

Seferian-Jenkins was charged with DUI last September, but he pleaded down to a reckless driving charge. He was sentenced to one year of probation, 50 hours of community service, and DUI school. He will also pay a $500 fine. Despite escaping jail time, Seferian-Jenkins is likely facing a two-game suspension.
Source: TMZ
Feb 16 - 12:57 PM

The Jets have until Wednesday to activate ILB Erin Henderson's 2017 option.

Even if they pick up the option, the Jets will not be locked into any financial commitments until March 9, when Henderson is due a $250,000 roster bonus. The decision is tough because Henderson established himself as a starter early in the season before mysteriously being placed on the non-football injury list in late October. Henderson has fought alcohol issues in the past, but the nature of his absence was never revealed. Henderson tweeted that "all is well" in late January, suggesting he is ready to rejoin the team if the Jets decide to keep him.
Source: ESPN
Feb 14 - 9:38 AM

NJ Advance Media's Darryl Slater believes there is an "80 percent" chance the Jets release FS Marcus Gilchrist (knee).

Gilchrist has been relatively effective since signing a four-year deal prior to the 2015 season, but he suffered a ruptured patellar tendon in early December. He is likely headed for the PUP list at the very least to begin training camp and possibly the season. The Jets can save $4.625 million against the cap by releasing him.
Feb 14 - 9:27 AM

NJ Advance Media's Darryl Slater believes there is a "75 percent" chance the Jets release Darrelle Revis.

Slater allows for the possibility Revis "takes a pay cut and moves to free safety or No. 2 corner," but ESPN's Rich Cimini has reported it would take a significant pay cut for Revis to remain with the team. The Jets would save $9.3 million against the cap by releasing Revis, and that number could grow based on offset language in his contract.
Feb 14 - 9:18 AM

NJ Advance Media's Darryl Slater believes there is a "60 percent" chance the Jets release Brandon Marshall.

Marshall is owed $7.5 million in the final year of his deal, all of which the Jets can save against the cap by releasing him. New York will certainly attempt to trade Marshall before cutting him, but either way it will be something of a surprise if the veteran remains on the roster. If the Jets really want to blow it up, they can save $5.75 million against the cap by releasing Eric Decker.
Feb 14 - 9:11 AM

NJ Advance Media's Darryl Slater believes there is a "60 percent" chance the Jets part ways with C Nick Mangold.

Mangold is owed $9.075 million in salary and bonuses, all of which can be saved against the cap if the Jets decide to move on. The 33-year-old's play has fallen off in the last couple seasons, and he was limited to eight games by an ankle injury in 2016. With Mangold entering the final year of his deal, perhaps the two sides can agree to an extension which lowers his pay this year in exchange for some long-term security, but it is more likely Mangold is cut.
Feb 14 - 9:02 AM

The Jets are expected to make re-signing impending free agent OT Ben Ijalana a priority.

The former second-round pick of the Colts made 13 starts last season, with six coming at right tackle and seven on the left side after LT Ryan Clady (shoulder) went on I.R. Ijalana graded out poorly at Pro Football Focus, but the draw to him is his versatility. The Jets need to aim higher at left tackle.
Source: ESPN.com
Feb 13 - 9:44 AM

ESPN Jets reporter Rich Cimini said Matt Forte is "staying" for 2017.

The 31-year-old is due $4 million and coming off knee surgery, but Forte's roster spot doesn't appear to be in jeopardy. With that said, there's a strong likelihood Forte's role will be scaled back after getting outplayed by Bilal Powell down the stretch. Forte's fantasy arrow is pointing down.
Feb 11 - 11:32 AM


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