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  1. New York Jets waive 2015 second-rounder Devin Smith
    The Jets waived 2015 second-round pick Devin Smith. He was waived with an injury designation. Smith, the No. 37 overall pick two years ago, tore his ACL in Phase One of offseason workouts.
  2. So long to Ryan Fitzpatrick, the Jetsiest of all Jets
    Before Ryan Fitzpatrick moves onto the Bucs and starts walking away with scenes on 'Hard Knocks', let's have a final reflection on the strange odyssey that was his two-year tenure with the Jets.
  3. Hackenberg has 'different level of confidence' in '17
    Christian Hackenberg redshirted his rookie season after being selected in the second round of the 2016 draft by the Jets. Despite not playing as a rookie, the QB enters offseason workouts with a different approach.
  4. Joe Namath wants to see Christian Hackenberg start
    Everyone has an opinion on what the New York Jets should do at the quarterback position. Jets legend Joe Namath's solution is to sink or swim with Christian Hackenberg.
  5. Muhammad Wilkerson: Jets will win more games in '17
    Will the New York Jets win at least six games this season? Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson thinks so -- he guarantees they'll notch more victories in 2017 than they did in 2016.
  6. Mike Vick on the 2017 New York Jets: 'Man, good luck'
    Count Mike Vick among those who feel the New York Jets could be facing some tough times in 2017. "I don't even know who the quarterback is going to be. Good luck."
  7. Robby Anderson arrested, charged with resisting arrest in Miami
    New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson was arrested and charged with a felony count of resisting arrest in Miami on Sunday night.
  8. Transactions roundup: Jets cut safety Marcus Gilchrist
    Less than one week after drafting two safeties in the first two rounds, Gang Green cut safety Marcus Gilchrist after two fruitful seasons with the team.
  9. Josh McCown: 'The goal' is to win N.Y. Jets' QB job
    Large portions of the Football Cognoscenti have the Jets written off for dead in 2017, but that's not how Josh McCown feels about his new team.
  10. Jets' Woody Johnson: We need a youth movement
    For the first time in the 17 years that he has been associated with the team, New York Jets owner Woody Johnson thinks it's time to go with a youth movement.