• Report: Jets have told teams they are interested in moving up

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated May 8, 2014
    The Jets are reportedly interested in trading up in the draft. Yes, the Jets are interested in trading up, according to a league source. There’s no word on how far the Jets would be interested in moving up or what it would cost for them to make a deal, but it would be more surprising if Idzik weren’t gauging the trade market ahead of the first round. I think he's a scheme fit for the Jets. Last week, Jets General Manager John Idzik said that having 12 picks in this year’s draft gives the team the flexibility to make moves around the draft board later this week. Included are quotes from three people outside the organization two personnel executives and one scout, all of whom spoke on the condition of anonymity: : "If Sammy Watkins weren't in this draft, Beckham would be the top receiver.
    • Jets could trade up to No. 11 or 14, have contacted Titans

      The Jets are reportedly interested in trading up in the draft. If they do, they could make a deal with the Titans (No. 11 pick) or the Bears (No. 14 pick) (Mehta, May 8). Update – 2:15 p.m.: The Jets have been in contact with Tennessee, among other orga…
    • W2W4: Moment of truth for Jets

      If the extra two weeks of waiting made you anxious, imagine how the New York Jets feel. They've been waiting 16 months. John Idzik's rebuilding plan, set in motion when he was hired in January 2013, is built largely around the draft -- this draft. He ac…
      Source: ESPN.com
  • With the 18th pick, the Jets select ...

    Hang in there, folks, only one more day to the draft. Here, I rank the top eight options for the New York Jets at 18, based on how I believe they have them rated on their board. Included are quotes from three people outside the organization -- two perso…
    Source: ESPN.com

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