Todd Haley’s name has also been floated as a possible replacement
The Broncos may have tipped their hand as to which player they’re targeting at No. 5
The New York Jets are looking for someone to lead their offense – again. The Jets announced Wednesday night that they fired offensive coordinator John Morton after just one season. Morton replaced the retired Chan Gailey last year after two seasons in New Orleans as the Saints' wide receivers coach.
The New York Jets announced Wednesday that they have parted ways with offensive coordinator John Morton. Could their QB coach be his replacement?
Offensive coordinator John Morton will not return to the Jets in 2018, sources told ESPN.
The Jets have dropped season-ticket prices by a weighted average of 11 percent for next season and made season tickets in the mezzanine available without purchasing a personal seat license.
The Jets have missed the playoffs for seven straight years and watching their attempt to avoid an eighth straight year out of the postseason will cost many of their ticket holders less money. The team announced Tuesday that they will be decreasing the price of season tickets for more than half the seats at MetLife […]
The Central Division has been the NHL's tightest this season, with not much separation from top to bottom. Minnesota's win over division-leading Winnipeg on Saturday night only jammed it up some more. Matt Dumba had two goals, Jason Zucker and Mikael Granlund also scored and the Wild beat the Jets 4-1.
Before the Raiders hired Greg Olson as Jon Gruden’s offensive coordinator, there was a report that Jets offensive coordinator John Morton could be their choice and that the Jets would not stand in the way of Morton’s departure. Morton won’t be the Raiders offensive coordinator, but he may not be back with the Jets either. […]
The Jets’ 5-11 record in 2017 was better than most people expected, and so their first-round draft pick, No. 6 overall, is worse than most people expected. General Manager Mike Maccagnan says if he has to trade up to get a better pick, he’ll do it. “The simple answer to that question is yes,” Maccagnan […]
With the three highest-rated QBs declaring for the draft, the Jets have a huge decision to make: Is one of them worth trading up for?
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.