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Todd McShay

ESPN draft guru Todd McShay shares memories and insight on Jets GM Joe Douglas, his former college teammate.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Five scouting-combine performances that should intrigue the Jets: 1. LT Mekhi Becton. How well can a 369-pound man move? 2. WR Henry Ruggs III. Think Tyreek Hill. The Jets have had their eye on him for a while. 3. WR CeeDee Lamb. Curious about 40 time. Might not be as fast as other top WRs. 4. C Cesar Ruiz. Would be a steal in the second round. Can play guard, too. 5. RB D'Andre Swift. Fast and versatile. Would be nice complement to Le'Veon Bell.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets GM Joe Douglas chose his words carefully when discussing the future of injured WR Quincy Enunwa (neck). He praised Enunwa's approach to rehab and said "we're excited to have him back," but ... "that (upcoming) doctor's appointment will be big for him." Decision day is March 22, when his $6M salary (already guaranteed for injury) becomes fully guaranteed. Things could get messy if they pass him on the physical and cut him anyway before March 22. Stay tuned.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Two biggest takeaways from the Jets' media availability at the scouting combine: GM Joe Douglas spoke highly of RB Le'Veon Bell and said there have been no trade talks. Regarding S Jamal Adams and the possibility of a new contract, Douglas said, "The plan is for Jamal to be a Jet for life." Douglas confirmed there have been "preliminary" discussions with Adams' agent. This is the first acknowledgment by the team that it's interested in extending Adams.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets' priorities at combine: 1. Set the groundwork for potential deals with FAs. Particularly interested in the OL and WR markets, especially with Robby Anderson likely to depart. Will have about $75M in cap room when cuts are done. Expect them to be more selective in FA than in past years. 2. Meet/evaluate top prospects. Focus will be on the OTs. Height/weight/arm length important for Mekhi Becton and Tristan Wirfs. 3. Jamal Adams contract. No sense of urgency, but might touch base with agent.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Newly-signed WR Josh Doctson is another body at a position that could see major change. Right now, the only certainty is Jamison Crowder. Robby Anderson is headed to free agency (and likely out the door). So is Demaryius Thomas. So the Jets' top receivers under contract are Crowder, Quincy Enunwa (injured), Vyncint Smith and Braxton Berrios. Doctson, a first-round disappointment for Washington, is a no-risk flyer. There will be bigger moves at WR before this offseason is over. Count on it.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

TE Daniel Brown, who was poised to become an unrestricted free agent, has signed a one-year contract extension to remain with the Jets. Brown caught seven passes for 72 yards and a TD. He finished third in special teams tackles (11). The Jets have numbers at TE, with Chris Herndon, Ryan Griffin and Trevon Wesco also under contract.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets have signed S Anthony Cioffi, a New Jersey native who played his college ball at Rutgers. He spent the last two seasons with Ottawa of the CFL. He was in the Raiders' camp in 2017 as an UDFA.

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The Jets need to draft an offensive lineman

Kiper & McShay: The New York Jets have to keep Sam Darnold upright by drafting an offensive lineman but can they trade down, acquire picks and still get their guy?

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets have hired Leigh Torrence as the new assistant DBs coach. He spent last season as a defensive assistant for the Saints. He replaces Steve Jackson, who left to become the Bengals' CBs coach.

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Ex-Jet DE Gastineau wants NFL sack record back

Eighteen years after Michael Strahan broke his record with a questionable sack on Brett Favre, former Jets defensive lineman Mark Gastineau wants his single-season NFL sack mark back.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

In his new mock draft, ESPN's Todd McShay has the Jets (11th pick) taking Louisville OT Mekhi Becton — the fourth tackle off the board. Becton is a fast-rising underclassman who would be one of the biggest players in Jets history at 6-7, 360 pounds. McShay also hints that GM Joe Douglas could pick a pass rusher or cornerback. That can't be ruled out, as I've been saying.

Team Stats

Passing Yards194.429th
Rushing Yards78.631st
Points For17.331st
Points Against22.4