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  1. NFL Nation Confidential -- Oakland Raiders least desirable team t...

    Rich Cimini

    The Raiders are the least desirable team to play for in the NFL, according to an NFL Nation Confidential survey posed to 100-plus players on the following question: "The only way I'd play for [team name] is if they doubled my salary."

    Story | Conversation | August 25, 2014
  2. Babin's contract: Good deal for Jets

    Rich Cimini

    The New York Jets had plenty of salary-cap space before signing Jason Babin, and they still have plenty of room now that he's on the team. They landed the free-agent pass-rusher with a relatively modest two-year, $3.2 million contract that includes n...

    Blog | July 28, 2014
  3. Jets remain among leaders in cap space

    Rich Cimini

    Some teams leave salary-cap space for a rainy day. The New York Jets have enough space for a month of monsoons. As of Monday, the Jets had $22.5 million in available cap room, according to ESPN Stats & Information. If that sounds like a lot, i...

    Blog | June 10, 2014
  4. Salary survey says ... Jets rank 159th

    Rich Cimini

    In the current ESPN The Magazine -- the money issue -- you will find a salary ranking of pretty much every professional sports team in the world. Specifically, the data covers 294 teams in 15 leagues in seven sports across the world. Obviously, th...

    Blog | April 15, 2014
  5. Cap-space update: Still plenty of room

    Rich Cimini

    The New York Jets continue to rank among the league leaders in salary-cap space -- $24.445 million, according to ESPN Stats & Information. Only two teams have more cap room than the Jets -- the Cleveland Browns ($31.003 million) and the Jacksonvi...

    Blog | April 08, 2014
  6. Ranking Vick's contract with veteran QBs

    Rich Cimini

    ORLANDO, Fla. -- Turns out that Michael Vick signed a one-year, $4 million contract with the New York Jets. Here's a breakdown, according to ESPN Stats & Information: Signing bonus: $2 million Base salary: $2 million (fully guaranteed) C...

    Blog | March 25, 2014
  7. New York Jets prepare for March madness

    Rich Cimini

    A belated welcome to March, a month of madness in the NFL. It will be eventful for the New York Jets, whose roster will undergo major changes over the next four weeks. A sneak preview: 1. The purge: Even though they have plenty of salary-cap space...

    Blog | March 02, 2014
  8. New York Jets have money to burn

    Rich Cimini

    INDIANAPOLIS -- Turns out the New York Jets will have even more salary-cap room than expected. The NFL is expected to raise the salary cap to about $130 million, ESPN Insider Adam Schefter reported Thursday -- about $4 million higher than projecte...

    Blog | February 20, 2014
  9. New York Jets cap breakdown: Offense

    Rich Cimini

    A closer look at the New York Jets' salary cap, position by position on offense: Offensive line: Total cap charge: $23.5 million Percentage of total cap: 18.2 Players under contract: 10 Highest cap charge: D'Brickashaw Ferguson, $11.7 ...

    Blog | February 15, 2014
  10. New York Jets cap breakdown: Defense

    Rich Cimini

    A breakdown of the New York Jets' salary cap, position by position on defense: Cornerback Total cap charge: $20.8 million Percentage of total cap: 16.0 Players under contract: 6 Highest cap charge: Antonio Cromartie, $14.98 million ...

    Blog | February 14, 2014
  11. Resetting the Jets' cap situation

    Rich Cimini

    For the first time in five months, we have a Sunday without football. (It can be argued that the Pro Bowl isn't football, but we'll tackle that another day.) The focus in the NFL shifts to the offseason, which is built around money -- i.e. the salary...

    Blog | February 09, 2014
  12. Roster evaluation: Players rankings, 1 to 5

    Rich Cimini

    Finally, the top five players on the New York Jets' roster. As a reminder, the rankings are based on 2013 performance, positional value, potential and contractual/salary-cap status. As you can see, three of the top five are players with less than ...

    Blog | February 08, 2014
  13. Cromartie admits he expects to be cap cut

    Rich Cimini

    Antonio Cromartie finally acknowledged what he had been saying privately since the end of the season: The New York Jets cornerback expects to be a salary-cap casualty this offseason. "I think I am," Cromartie said Wednesday on the NBC Sports Netwo...

    Blog | January 15, 2014
  14. Analyzing key (read: large) cap numbers

    Rich Cimini

    The league year begins in two months (March 11, to be exact), so teams have plenty of time to get their salary-cap house in order. In past years, the New York Jets had to slash salary to get under the cap, but not this year. Right now, the Jets ar...

    Blog | January 13, 2014
  15. Cromartie expects to retire in green

    Rich Cimini

    Cornerback Antonio Cromartie, rumored to be a possible salary-cap casualty, said Monday he wants to finish his career with the New York Jets. Despite a prohibitive, $15 million cap charge in 2014, he's still hopeful he will return. "Always," Croma...

    Blog | January 06, 2014
  16. Sunday notes: Cro set to fly?

    Rich Cimini

    The New York Jets are done, but not us: 1. Likely cap casualty: One of the most interesting offseason decisions involves Antonio Cromartie, who is to count $15 million against the 2014 salary cap. That includes a $5 million roster bonus in March. ...

    Blog | January 05, 2014