From new homes for J.J. Watt and Cam Newton, to teams that should trade up to draft a QB, these are bold -- but reasonable -- suggestions for every club.
Often the face of a franchise is its quarterback. But what happens when it's time for him and the team to move on?
Fans will be allowed to attend sports and entertainment events at New Jersey's largest facilities in limited numbers starting next week, Gov. Phil Murphy said Monday.
This is what we know: New York has the No. 2 pick. This is what we don't know: What the team will do with their quarterback. Rich Cimini has scenarios.
Cornerback Pierre Desir has donated 10,000 meals to a Houston food bank.
General manager Joe Douglas faces a heady decision on whether to jettison New York's most productive offensive skill player or pay up.
Chris Hogan, who played for the NFL's New York Jets last season, is eligible to be selected by one of the eight teams in the Premier Lacrosse League entry draft.
Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin the show reacting to the Super Bowl parade the Bucs had and how crazy it was. They also discuss what to make of the latest info coming out of Houston. We play QB or not QB with the AFC East and what could happen with the QBs in the division.
Talent evaluators, trusting their eyes over analytics, see what the 23-year-old QB can be, not what he is. Question is: Do the Jets see it, too?
From franchises that will tear it all down to those that just need a few tweaks, here are the offseason priorities for all 32 teams.
Jacksonville gets the first shot at a quarterback, while New York has a big decision to make at No. 2. Here's the entire first-round order.
Pro Football Hall of Famer Michael Irvin says Houston's quarterback is a "different kind of playmaker," and the Jets would flourish with "that talent."
Multiple teams have reached out to the New York Jets and expressed interest in trading for former No. 3 overall pick Sam Darnold, per league sources.
The 57-year-old, who went 24-40 coaching New York for four years, has had time to regroup. Now he's coaching Tampa Bay's defense in Super Bowl LV.
They're big and small. They've been lost while surfing in Hawaii and dancing at Studio 54. They've been found in taxis and hotel nightstands. Each ring, and its wearer, has a unique story to tell.
Robert Saleh has assembled a collection of colleagues from his previous NFL stops who speak the same football language and share a similar philosophy.
Deshaun Watson? Zach Wilson? New York would be committing organizational malpractice if it didn't consider alternatives to its current QB.