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NFL rumors: Jets ‘determined’ to trade down from No. 3 pick in draft

Sunday, April 21st, 2019

The 2019 NFL Draft is only days away. There reportedly could be a shaker in the draft sitting between the 49ers and Raiders. "They seem to really, really want to move down," one NFL executive said to Vacchiano.

Raiders’ schedule has the most travel miles, Jets’ schedule has the fewest

Saturday, April 20th, 2019

The NFL scheduling formula wasn't kind to the Raiders but was very kind to the Jets. The Raiders will travel more miles in 2019 than any other team, and the Jets will travel the fewest in the NFL. According to TheScore.com, the Raiders' total travel distance in the regular season will be 35,308 miles, while the Jets will travel just 6,794 miles.

Champion Patriots open vs. Steelers; 5 international games

Wednesday, April 17th, 2019

Week 2 includes an intriguing Monday night matchup of Cleveland at the New York Jets. The very first Monday nighter was a Browns win over Joe Namath and the defending champion Jets in 1970. This one will feature the return to the Meadowlands for now-Browns receiver Odell Beckham Jr., and two young, potential star quarterbacks in Cleveland's Baker Mayfield and New York's Sam Darnold.

2019 NFL schedule: Five takeaways from fixture release

Wednesday, April 17th, 2019

The NFL schedule was released on Wednesday and there are a few things that stand out. Aside from putting some good teams in London and bringing on some decent matchups in the first week of the season, the league balanced out the schedule quite nicely down the stretch. Here are five takeaways from the NFL schedule release: 1.

Mosley says Gase makes it clear: Jets aiming for Patriots

Wednesday, April 17th, 2019

Adam Gase gathered his Jets players for their first team meeting last week and clearly stated their goal for this season. ''Pretty much, he's going for that one team that's been winning every single year in this division,'' linebacker C.J. Mosley said during a conference call Wednesday. The defending Super Bowl champion Patriots have won the AFC East 10 straight years, and 15 of the last 16 seasons.

Report: Jets to open against Bills, host Browns on MNF in Week Two

Wednesday, April 17th, 2019

It appears Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham was off by a week when he told Jets safety Jamal Adams that he'd be seeing him in the season opener. Beckham told Adams he'd see him in Week One, but Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports that the two teams will actually be playing in Week Two. The Jets' first regular season game in their new uniforms is a home date with the Bills on the first Sunday of the season and they're scheduled to close out the year in Buffalo.

Ed Oliver closing out pre-draft visits in Buffalo

Wednesday, April 17th, 2019

Wednesday is the final day for teams to host draft prospects at their facilities and the Bills are closing things out with one of the top defensive players in this year's class. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that former Houston defensive tackle Ed Oliver is in town to meet with the team. Oliver spent Tuesday with the Jets, so he's hit both of the AFC East teams picking in the top 10 as the pre-draft visit process draws to a close.

Vikings sign QB Sean Mannion, WR Jordan Taylor

Monday, April 15th, 2019

The Minnesota Vikings have signed former Los Angeles Rams quarterback Sean Mannion and ex-Denver Broncos wide receiver Jordan Taylor. Mannion will likely replace Trevor Siemian, who joined the New York Jets, as the primary backup to Kirk Cousins. Kyle Sloter will also be in the second-string mix.

Sam Darnold can’t remember a time when Patriots weren’t the best

Friday, April 12th, 2019

Sam Darnold can't remember a time when Patriots weren't the best originally appeared on nbcsportsboston.com New York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold can't seem to remember a time "when the Patriots weren't on top." Either the Patriots have been good for a long time, Darnold is too young-or both. Darnold told Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News that he's going to "go out and do his best," and that he feels like, "literally in my lifetime, the Patriots have ended up on top.

Quinnen Williams set to meet with Bills

Friday, April 12th, 2019

Former Alabama defensive lineman Quinnen Williams is set to meet with the two NFL teams that have New York in their names next week and he'll also be meeting with the only team to actually call the state home. In addition to his meetings with the Jets and Giants, Josina Anderson of ESPN reports that Williams will spend some time with the Bills. Buffalo currently holds the ninth overall pick, which is generally believed to be too low in the order to have a shot at one of the top prospects in the entire draft pool.