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Former Titans lineman Josh Evans hoping for prayers for cancer fight

Former Titans defensive lineman Josh Evans is in a fight right now, and he’s asking for help from the NFL community. Evans was diagnosed with kidney cancer in January, had 13 hours of surgery, and seemed to be doing well, before getting news that it had spread. He’s awaiting further treatment, but reached out to [more]

Jamal Adams admits he’s “trying to” land with the Dallas Cowboys

Jets safety Jamal Adams has identified eight teams to which he’d be willing to be traded. There’s one team that sits at the top of his list, however. To no surprise, it’s the Cowboys. Via Rich Cimini of ESPN.com, a fan asked Adams In a cellphone video posted to social media on Sunday asked Adams, [more]

Will the Jets trade Jamal Adams?

The Jets have a decision to make. It’s too early to know what it will be. With safety Jamal Adams wanting out and willing to be traded to eight different teams (and maybe eventually more), the Jets could end up getting a strong offer, if more than one of the eight teams are interested in [more]

Jamal Adams: It’s time to move on; no hard feelings

Jamal Adams wants a trade. The safety has asked the Jets for one, and he’s telling the team’s fans the same on social media. Adams commented to a fan on Instagram on Friday night, saying, “It’s time to move on. Let it go. Appreciate you guys. No hard feelings. Nothin but luv.” Adams has listed [more]

Saints see Ty Montgomery as another “Swiss Army knife” in their offense

Ty Montgomery has played running back. He has played receiver. He has played special teams. The Saints, who signed Montgomery this offseason, list him at running back. But they are not going to assign him one position. “I see a Swiss Army knife,” Saints running backs coach Joel Thomas said, via Amie Just of NOLA.com. [more]

Buccaneers on Jamal Adams’ list of preferred teams in a trade

Jets safety Jamal Adams told the team that he wants to be traded this week and he apparently wouldn’t mind joining up with a couple of his former opponents in the AFC East. Adams told former NFL safety and current ESPN personality Ryan Clark that he would love to play for the Buccaneers. Landing Adams [more]

Jets agree to deal with Denzel Mims

The Jets have agreed to contract terms with another member of their 2020 draft class. Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports that they have struck a deal with second-round wideout Denzel Mims. He joins fifth-round cornerback Bryce Hall as the members of the nine-player group to get their contracts done. There were [more]

Jamal Adams asks Jets to trade him

Jamal Adams and the Jets appear to be headed for a divorce. Adams has asked the Jets for a trade and wants the team to give him permission to shop himself around to other teams, according to multiple reports. The sixth overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft, Adams is heading into the fourth year [more]

Marqui Christian suspended for two games

Free agent safety Marqui Christian got some bad news in March when a deal with the Jets fell apart and there’s more bad news for him on Thursday. Field Yates of ESPN reports that Christian has been suspended for the first two games of the regular season. The reason for the suspension was not part [more]

Jamal Adams: “Maybe it’s time to move on”

Since holding out of a virtual offseason program really isn’t that much of a threat, Jets safety Jamal Adams ratcheted up the pressure on the team Thursday. Responding to a comment on Instagram, Adams expressed some frustration at his lack of progress on a contract extension. While pointing to the recent deal for Panthers running [more]

Jets will close offices in observation of Juneteenth

The NFL announced last week that league offices would be closed this Friday in observation of Juneteenth and the list of NFL teams following suit continues to grow on Wednesday. According to multiple reports, the Jets have informed team employees that they would be closing on Friday, June 19 in commemoration of the holiday. The [more]

Chris Herndon using lost 2019 season as “learning experience”

The Jets came into the 2019 season with high hopes for tight end Chris Herndon‘s continued development as a target for quarterback Sam Darnold, but Herndon fell well short of reaching them. Herndon was suspended for four games to start the year for a substance abuse policy violation and then hurt his hamstring as he [more]

Jets replace longtime athletic trainer John Mellody

The Jets, who had an NFL-high 21 players on injured reserve last season, have replaced their longtime head athletic trainer, Rich Cimini of ESPN reports. The team promoted assistant athletic trainer Dave Zuffelato, who joined the Jets in 2006. Mellody will remain a consultant with the Jets. “I’m not going to comment,” Mellody told Cimini [more]

U.S. Open latest sporting event to go ahead without fans

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo just announced the U.S. Open tennis tournament would proceed as scheduled, but without fans. That makes it the latest event to try to push ahead with no one in the stands because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and casts a bit of an omen over the idea of attendance for the [more]

Kyle Long will know “with conviction” if he’s done playing in the next few weeks

Former Bears guard Kyle Long said there wasn’t anything to a report about the Jets trying to sign him earlier this month, but someone might have a shot to do so in the near future. Long said in January that he was stepping away from football to get his body right after missing 34 games [more]

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