The New York Jets are at the Senior Bowl, but who do they have their eyes set on? We evaluate the top prospects in the game that could be wearing green and white next season. Plus a coaching shake-up on 1 Jets Drive.
The New York Jets are looking to improve their team in 2018 and the first stop on the Improve the Jets Express is the Senior Bowl. NFL Network’s Andrew Siciliano and Daniel Jeremiah Talk with Mike Mayock broke down some of the top targets to keep an eye on here…
The 2018 @seniorbowl is off and running.
— New York Jets (@nyjets) January 23, 2018
Here are some of the names they discussed:
While there were some initial reports suggesting the Jets would be content with Jeremy Bates being the offensive coordinator and quarterback coach, they’re doing their due diligence.
Former Lions QB coach Brian Callahan has interviews scheduled with Jets and Titans, per source. At Tennessee that is for OC job. Also wouldn’t rule him out for the #Giants.
— Jordan Raanan (@JordanRaanan) January 24, 2018
Multiple reports have revealed that the Jets will be interviewing Detroit Lions quarterback coach Brian Callahan for a lateral move to gang green. If you remember the Jets chased Callahan last season for their offensive coordinator position.
We have parted ways with OL coach Steve Marshall.
— New York Jets (@nyjets) January 24, 2018
While some more shakeup on the coaching staff. The Jets announced that they have parted way with offensive line coach Steve Marshall. Marshall had just completed his third season with the Jets.
"I've been able to address that, show I've made mistakes and I've learned and moved forward.
— NFL Network (@nflnetwork) January 24, 2018
There’s been a lot of question marks surrounding former Oklahoma star Baker Mayfield as he enters the 2018 NFL Draft process. But he has answered a few early questions…
Corrected wingspan measurement from earlier tweet on Baker Mayfield:
Height: 6003 (6'0 3/8)
Hand: 9 1/2
Arm: 30 1/2
Wingspan 73 7/8
— Reese's Senior Bowl (@seniorbowl) January 24, 2018
Many thought Mayfield would measure under six feet, he passed that test. Mayfield had bigger hands than expected (that’s big because smaller quarterbacks need bigger hands to overcompensate for the fact they’re short and they won’t be as fumble prone).