Category: ‘Defensive Ends’

Quinton Coples, Recently Waived by the New York Jets, Claimed by Miami Dolphins
November 24th, 2015 at 7:50 PM
A former first round selection of the New York Jets, Quinton Coples was recently waived by the team. Today he was claimed by the Miami Dolphins. ***PHOTO1*** After releasing Coples, the Jets signed linebacker Josh Martin off of the Indianapolis Colts practice squad. Clearly the Jets are looking for some marginal gains down...

Todd Bowles: Jets Waived Quinton Coples Because “He Wasn’t a Fit for Us”
November 24th, 2015 at 11:55 AM
The New York Jets waived former first round pick Quinton Coples because they had too much depth on their defensive line, Todd Bowles confirmed on Monday. "He just wasn't a fit for us," Bowles said. ***PHOTO1*** "He just wasn’t playing, Bowles said. "I was trying to get a spot earlier and we...

New York Jets DT Leonard Williams Being Challenged in His Rookie Season
November 17th, 2015 at 1:55 PM
New York Jets rookie DT Leonard Williams has brought depth and stability to the team's defensive front, but after ten weeks many believe he is slowing down. Is it that offensive coordinators are starting to catch up to him? ***PHOTO1*** Head coach Todd Bowles was asked the other day if he sees...

Mohammad Wilkerson Says the Next Two Weeks Will Be Test of Character for New York Jets
November 3rd, 2015 at 3:50 PM
After two straight losses, each on the road to playoff contending teams, the New York Jets will host a pair of AFC opponents in the span of four days. Sunday they will take on the Jacksonville Jaguars and on Thursday they will take on the Buffalo Bills and former head...

X-rays on New York Jets DL Muhammad Wilkerson’s Ribs Come Back Negative
October 13th, 2015 at 3:36 PM
New York Jets DL Muhammad Wilkerson is dealing with sore ribs but the ailment is not expected to keep him out of this Sunday's game against the Washington Redskins at MetLife Stadium. ***PHOTO1*** X-rays came back negative on Wilkerson's ribs and the Jets don't see this as a major issue. The injury...