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AFC East
MetLife Stadium
Head Coach
Adam Gase
Offensive Coordinator
Dowell Loggins
Defensive Coordinator
Gregg Williams
Special Teams Coach
Brant Boyer
Defensive Scheme
Team News
Jets Attempting To Lure Kyle Long Out Of Retirement

The New York Jets have revamped their offensive line this offseason, but they might not be done adding quite yet. The organization has reportedly talked to retired offensive guard Kyle Long about playing for them in 2020. The former first-round pick decided to call it a career in January after battling multiple injuries. He played seven seasons with the Chicago Bears but spent the majority of the time on the sidelines with injuries during his last few seasons. Jets general manager Joe Douglas was able to talk Ryan Kalil out of retirement last year, so maybe Douglas will be able to do the same thing with Long.

Joe Flacco Embracing Backup QB Role

New York Jets quarterback Joe Flacco (neck) says that he is embracing his new role as the backup quarterback to Sam Darnold. He says that his job is to help the team get better and to help a young quarterback see things as clearly as possible. Flacco started the first eight games for the Denver Broncos before suffering a season-ending neck injury. He still believes he can be a starting quarterback in the league, but understands his new role with the Jets.

9 days ago
Le'Veon Bell Excited To Run Behind Revamped O-Line

New York Jets running back Le'Veon Bell said that he "can't wait" to run behind the revamped offensive line. Last season was a struggle for Bell who finished with 789 rushing yards, which is his lowest since the 2015 season. The Jets were a bottom three team in numerous run game metrics last season. The organization has added four new players to their offensive line over the offseason. Fantasy owners who gave up on Bell last season may want to give him another chance to see what he can do with a better offensive line.

10 days ago
Quincy Enunwa Wants To Play Again

New York Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa (neck) says that he is not giving up on playing in the NFL again. He will battling a career-threatening neck injury that will cost him the 2020 season. Enunwa missed the 2017 season with a neck injury and only played one game in 2019 before reinjuring himself. After the 2020 season he will have missed almost three of the last four seasons. The 27-year-old receiver wants to play again, but knows that isn't under his control. He is under contract through the 2021 season, but it's unclear if he'll actually play again.

10 days ago
Joe Flacco Won't Be Ready For Week 1

New York Jets quarterback Joe Flacco (neck) says that he won't be ready to play by Week 1 of the regular season. I cant speak to exactly when Im going to be ready, but it will not be day one," Flacco said. That means that Jets will likely have to carry David Fales or fourth-round pick James Morgan until Flacco is ready to go. Flacco started the first eight games for the Denver Broncos last season, but then missed the rest of the season after suffering a neck injury. It appears he has not fully recovered yet, so who knows when Flacco will be back.

11 days ago