On the Runway: Week 1 Is Here

Posted Sep 7, 2015

After a Flurry of Weekend Transactions, the Focus Shifts to the Browns

Labor Day in the National Football League means the work is just getting started. After a busy weekend for the personnel department, the Jets practiced Monday as preparations for the Cleveland Browns began in earnest. Before heading out to a barbeque, here’s something for you to chew on…

Owusu: Out & Then In
When the Jets released 19 players Saturday in order to get to the NFL’s 53-play maximum, WR-KR Chris Owusu was part of that list. But 24 hours later, Owusu signed with the club . He could be a key player for this team moving forward considering his speed and return ability.

Milliner to Miss 7 Games
The Jets placed CB Dee Milliner on short-term injured reserve, but they will still head to the regular season with six cornerbacks on their active roster.

Jets’ 53-Man Roster in Photos
Images? We got them. This is your team:

Boomer Wants to See This Defense
Preach Norman Julius! Finally we get to see head coach Todd Bowles and defensive coordinator Kacy Rodgers visit the chemistry lab:

Hello Hali
Flight Crew member Hail, a Colorado Springs, CO, wouldn’t mind being the Disney Princess Rapunzel:

What Have We Learned About the Jets?
Team Reporters Jamir Howerton & Eric Allen break down the Green & White after summer action:

Ignore the Trends
Jets Nation – you’ll be hearing this stat a bunch this week. But ignore the noise. Anything can happen on opening day and the Green & White need their best on Sunday to start 1-0. As Todd Bowles always says, focus on the present.

Jets Practice Squad
WR Walt Powell & OL Wes Johnson, acquired on waivers last year, are back.

Get to Know Your Opponent
Browns head coach Mike Pettine analyzes the Browns roster.

College Football Play of the Weekend


READ: Jets Sign 8 Players to Practice Squad

READ: Jets Move 22 to Reduce Roster to 53 Players

WATCH: Boomer Esiason: 'I Want to See This Defense'

WATCH: Team Report: Who Are the Jets?

WATCH: Bart Scott: Bowles to Open 'Gates of Hell'

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