Once the model of stability, offensive lines now see significant shuffling from year to year and even week to week, writes Len Pasquarelli.
Continuing a recent trend, NFL teams are signing draft picks at a blistering pace -- at least compared to the earlier part of the decade, writes Len Pasquarelli.
Second-year punter Ben Graham has signed a six-year contract extension with the Jets.
Jets rookie safety Erik Coleman earned a record $227,000 through the league's "performance based pay" program.
Dewayne Robertson insists he's ready to dominate after struggling last season as a rookie.
After failing to acquire a solid veteran, the Jets will temporarily have a pair of rookies backing up QB Vinny Testaverde.
The addition of fourth overall pick Dewayne Robertson should help improve the Jets' pass rush.
ESPN.com has learned that the Jets have reached an agreement with Thomas, their first-round choice in the 2002 draft -- 22nd player selected overall -- on his rookie contract.