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  1. New York Jets fire offensive coordinator John Morton
    The New York Jets announced Wednesday that they have parted ways with offensive coordinator John Morton. Could their QB coach be his replacement?
  2. Jets' Mike Maccagnan open to trading up to draft QB
    The New York Jets hold the No. 6 overall pick at the 2018 NFL Draft. Will the Jets set their sights on a QB? GM Mike Maccagnan shared he's willing to trade up to snag a top QB prospect.
  3. Jets owner Johnson: 'No mandate' for playoffs in 2018
    New York Jets acting owner Christopher Johnson continues to keep pressure off his coaching staff and front office to put a winning team on the field.
  4. Todd Bowles: 'We'll see' if Christian Hackenberg plays
    New York Jets coach Todd Bowles didn't completely dismiss the idea that quarterback Christian Hackenberg would play this week against the New England Patriots.
  5. Jets' Mo Wilkerson staying home per coach's decision
    Muhammad Wilkerson is back in the doghouse. The Jets defensive end will not be making the trip to New Orleans with the team as a result of a coach's decision, head coach Todd Bowles said Friday.
  6. Josh McCown to serve as player-coach Sunday for Jets
    Josh McCown won't be on the playing field again this season, but he'll be making in-game decisions for the New York Jets when they play the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.
  7. Bowles: No plans to play Hackenberg at QB 'right now'
    New York Jets head coach Todd Bowles clarified the team's intentions for backup quarterback Christian Hackenberg following Josh McCown's season-ending injury.
  8. Jets OC wants QB Josh McCown back for another year
    Josh McCown has propelled the New York Jets to contention in the 2017 AFC playoff picture. Jets OC John Morton said he wants to keep the veteran quarterback around for another season.
  9. Geno Smith calls out 'coward' Rex: 'I saved his job'
    Geno Smith made time Sunday, in between recapping the New York Giants' loss and praising the benched Eli Manning, to call out his former coach, and one of his most recent detractors, Rex Ryan.
  10. Jets scratch LB Darron Lee for 'violating team rules'
    The New York Jets played without first-round linebacker Darron Lee during Sunday's win over the Kansas City Chiefs. Lee was announced as a surprise healthy scratch before the game.
  11. Josh McCown explains Jets' advantage over Revis
    New York Jets quarterback Josh McCown believes his teammates are familiar with former Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis, now with the Chiefs.
  12. Jets DE Kony Ealy wants 'a little revenge' vs. Panthers
    New York Jets defensive end Kony Ealy, who spent the past three seasons with the Carolina Panthers, is eager to show his former team it made a mistake in cutting him loose. He'll have his chance Sunday.