Posts Tagged ‘kris jenkins’

Veteran Nose Tackle Kris Jenkins to Retire

Veteran nose tackle Kris Jenkins plans to announce his retirement, Larry Hardesty of ESPN NY 1050 reports, via Adam Schefter. Jenkins posted the following statement on Facebook. “Wanted to let you all know that I have loved the support and respect that you all have given me throughout my career. But it is time for […]

Kris Jenkins Return to the Jets Unlikely

The Jets released Kris Jenkins earlier in the offseason and the speculation has been that he would resign with the team at a reduced salary later in the offseason. After the comments Jenkins made to NY Metro, those odds appear to be shrinking. “I’d be interested if [the Jets] had grass on the stadium field […]

Thoughts on the Jets Roster Cuts and Where They Go From Here

The New York Jets released 4 veterans the other day, just days before the current CBA expires. The Jets severed ties with Kris Jenkins, Jason Taylor, Damien Woody and Vernon Gholston. Let’s take a closer look at how each player cut will affect the team Kris Jenkins– This was expected as there was no way […]

Jets Nose Tackle Kris Jenkins Was Thinking Retirement

The Jets defensive line will recieve a boost this season with the return of veteran nose tackle Kris Jenkins. However, it was no for gone conclusion that the 30 year old Jenkins would play this season. This off-season, as Kris Jenkins attempted to return from his second major knee operation, he also conducted an experiment. […]

Closing In; Jets and Faneca Tenetively Agree to Deal

To the surprise of no one, the Jets, already super active on the free agent market in day one, is on the verge of getting stud guard Alan Faenca.  ESPN is reporting that the Jets and Faneca have tenetively agreed to a four-year deal worth $32 million, in which $23 million of it is guaranteed.  […]

Jets Moving Fast as Free Agency Kicks Off

  As expected, the Jets are hot and heavy after free agent guard Alan Faneca, as reports are New York has offered Faneca a four-year deal worth $32 million. The contract offer was made to Faneca just after midnight, when he became a free-agent for the first time in his career. Faneca leaves the Steelers […]