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Le’Veon Bell: I’ll never play for Andy Reid again, I’d retire first

Le'Veon Bell apparently did not enjoy his brief tenure with the Chiefs. Bell, who signed with the Chiefs in Week Six last year, played sparingly for them during the regular season and didn’t play at all in the Super Bowl, wrote in an Instagram comment that he will never play for Chiefs head coach Andy [more]

Jets worked out Obi Melifonwu

The Jets worked out defensive back Obi Melifonwu this week, Aaron Wilson of Sports Talk 790 reports. Melifonwu has remained a free agent since the 49ers cut him April 30. The Raiders made Melifonwu a second-round choice out of Connecticut in 2017. His only five appearances with the team came his rookie season. He played [more]

Elijah Moore turning heads during Jets’ offseason workouts

All eyes have been on Zach Wilson at the Jets’ offseason workouts, but receiver Elijah Moore has managed to turn some heads. The Jets selected Moore in the second round out of Ole Miss, and he has looked the part so far. “His work ethic is off the charts,” coach Robert Saleh said, via Dennis [more]

Robert Saleh on Zach Wilson: Best learning comes through adversity

The Jets have had a few weeks to watch quarterback Zach Wilson in their offense, but head coach Robert Saleh said it will still be some time before they learn some necessary things about him. During a Thursday press conference, Saleh was asked what he’s learned about Wilson that he didn’t know before seeing him [more]

Tevin Coleman says he still has plenty left in the tank after recovery from injuries

New York Jets Tevin Coleman says he’s finally healthy after multiple injuries slowed him last season in San Francisco and believes he still has a lot to offer in his move to the Jets. “Oh, yeah, I feel like I’ve got a lot left — a lot left in my tank,” Coleman said, via Dennis [more]

Sharrod Neasman signing with Jets

The Jets are adding a veteran defensive back. Safety Sharrod Neasman is signing with New York, according to agent Christina Phillips. Neasman appeared in all 16 games for Atlanta last year, playing 67 percent of the club’s special teams snaps. He also started two games and played 27 percent of the Falcons’ defensive snaps. Neasman [more]

Jarrad Davis: Coming to Jets has been a rebirth

Linebacker Jarrad Davis came into the NFL with high expectations because the Lions picked him in the first round of the 2017 draft, but things did not pan out for him in Detroit. Davis started all 41 games he played in his first three seasons, but played just 330 defensive snaps in his fourth and [more]

Carl Lawson impressing Jets even while working out on his own

Jets edge rusher Carl Lawson has not attended the team’s voluntary organized team activities, but he has impressed from afar. Lawson sends his position coach a workout video every day. “He is a worker,” new Jets defensive coordinator Jeff Ulbrich said, via Al Iannazzone of Newsday. “He is just a natural worker, [because he] wants [more]

Jets sign fourth-rounder Michael Carter

The Jets took two players named Michael Carter in this year’s draft and they signed one of them to his first NFL contract on Friday. It was fourth-round running back Michael Carter rather than fifth-round defensive back Michael Carter II who agreed to a four-year deal with the team. Carter closed out his time at [more]

Mekhi Becton not practicing due to foot injury

Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder hasn’t been on the field at OTAs because he’s working through contractual matters and another member of the team’s offense has been out with an injury. Left tackle Mekhi Becton has not been on the field with the rest of the team and head coach Robert Saleh said on Friday [more]

Jamison Crowder not at Jets OTAs while “working through” contract matters

Wide receiver Jamison Crowder was identified early in the offseason as a player the Jets could cut in order to create cap space, but Crowder remains on the roster. He is not with the team at their organized team activities, however, and his contract is the reason for his absence. Head coach Robert Saleh said [more]

Tarell Basham eager to experience winning team in move to Cowboys

After four years spent on losing teams with the Indianapolis Colts and New York Jets, defensive end Tarell Basham signed with the Dallas Cowboys this offseason in hopes of experiencing the opposite end of the NFL spectrum. “I feel like I’ve done enough losing in my past,” Basham said to reporters on Thursday. Basham went [more]

Frank Gore still wants to play, hopes the right team calls

Frank Gore is 38 years old, elderly by NFL running back standards, but he still believes he can play. Gore told KNBR today that he doesn’t want to retire and is hoping a contending team gives him a shot. “I know that I can still play the game, I know I can help a team,” [more]

Chris Hogan makes initial roster of Premier Lacrosse League’s Boston Cannons

Chris Hogan decided earlier this year to return to lacrosse, a sport he played at Penn State. It now gives Hogan a chance to play for a New England team for the first time since 2018 when he was a receiver with the Patriots. Hogan has made the initial roster of the Premier Lacrosse League’s [more]

Jets waive Sharif Finch

The Jets have made a corresponding move for the signing of defensive lineman Ronald Blair. New York has waived lineman Sharif Finch. Finch appeared in three games for New York last season, playing 41 snaps on special teams. He entered the league as an undrafted free agent with the Titans in 2018 and played 15 [more]

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