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The Jets have signed Trevor Siemian to back up Sam Darnold at quarterback.
Le'Veon Bell, now a Jet, reflected on his time as a Steeler and told Sports Illustrated that his former quarterback, Ben Roethlisberger, "wants to win his way, and that's tough to play with."
C.J. Mosley's deal with the Jets makes him free agency's biggest winner. Here's who fared best when we looked at the details.
Former Texas football and track star and NFL receiver Johnny "Lam" Jones has died at age 60.
Chandler Catanzaro returns to the Jets who he kicked for in 2017 when he converted 25 of 30 field goal attempts and made all 29 extra point tries.
Widely criticized for sitting out last season and overplaying his negotiating hand as he entered free agency, running back Le'Veon Bell claimed Thursday night that he had no regrets, saying he landed a "beautiful deal" with the New York Jets.
Anthony Barr said the hours leading up to his decision to renege on his agreement to join the Jets and re-sign with the Vikings marked "one of the worst days of my life," but he said he's ultimately at peace with it.
The Jets and free-agent cornerback Brian Poole have agree to a one-year deal for the former Falcons DB's fourth season in the NFL.
Bill Barnwell and Lindsay Jones of The Athletic discuss the Jets signing of Le'Veon Bell and missed signing of Anthony Barr. Should Bell be disappointed with the offers he received? Does he fit well with the Jets? Plus, does the signing of C.J. Mosely mean NY can rest easy missing out on Barr?
The Jets have released running back Isaiah Crowell after one season.
Veteran guard Josh Sitton was released by the Dolphins on Wednesday as the team continues its roster purge at the start of the league year. A source tells ESPN's Adam Schefter that Sitton is likely to sign with the Jets.
Jason Myers made the Pro Bowl in his one season with the Jets.
Mina talks to Dianna Russini about Le'Veon Bell's deal with the Jets and having Adam Schefter tweet out a report from her phone (1:32). Plus, she gets reaction from Browns super fan Mike Ryan on the Odell Beckham, Jr. trade (29:29) and tries to make amends with the city of Pittsburgh by talking to Dave Dameshek (36:17).
SportsCenter: Le'Veon to sign with Jets, OBJ dealt to Browns
Scott Van Pelt gives his thoughts on a very busy day in the NFL, and he breaks down the best games from the NBA and a big upset in College Basketball.
Former Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell, who shocked the NFL by sitting out the entire 2018 season on the franchise tag, plans to sign a four-year, $52.5 million deal with the Jets, a league source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
The Jets, who were spurned earlier Tuesday by Anthony Barr, reached agreement with DE Henry Anderson on a three-year deal worth $25.2 million, a source confirmed to ESPN.