The New York Jets sign free agent cornerback John Ojo, the team now has salary cap space and much more in Gang Green Daily.
John Ojo. That’s right, John Ojo. Who? Well, nobody really knows. He’s the latest employee of the New York Jets after Mike Maccagnan scooped him up on Friday.
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Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News mentioned that it’s not a certainty the Jets retain veteran wide receiver Eric Decker for the 2017 season. We think, without Brandon Marshall and a true quarterback, releasing Decker is probably the way to go.
A couple days ago we also touched on why fans shouldn’t back on the Jets as the worst team in the NFL next season. Nobody expects them to be great, but in this league, it’s impossible to gauge pre-NFL Draft.
Connor Hughes of NJ.com talks about the Jets current salary cap situation, one that’s in pretty decent shape at the moment ($9,070,621 in salary cap space, according to NFLPA Records).