As the 2019 season draws to a close, there are some bold predictions for the New York Jets in their first year under new head coach Adam Gase.
It is easy to say that some New York Jets players will do just fine, some will fight the Jets and some will achieve success. Sam Darnold will impress in 2019 the team is completely broke and it is all a matter of how much the teams will give the gang green their money in return.
The Jets expected safety Marcus Maye to be ready for training camp, but a third-year player was trying to open the camp without being able to physically perform the list.
Jets coach Adam Gass says the team is hopeful that Mae will return soon, but he can’t guarantee that Mae will be ready for the first week.
“I really expect it,” Gase said. “It’s one of those things where I don’t want to say that he’ll be here automatically, but we hope to.”
The mother had shoulder surgery last year which ended her season after just six games. In the spring, she was limited to seven-on-seven drills, but it sounded like gas that she hoped the girl would clear through training camp. But the physicians did not move him this week.
“In the spring I’m hopeful,” Gase said. “I know he was working hard. The body heals in a certain way. He is doing everything he can to get out of there. When they feel good about it and everyone is in a good place, he or she will be there.
Gasey said that Mai was not in a rush. It’s just a matter of the mother’s shoulders being completely unprepared.
Arabian Le’Veon Bell will be out on the field on Thursday, and Gase says he is not expecting any restrictions on Bell, who sat down last season as the deal was closed with the Steelers.
“He’ll be fine,” Gase said. “He’ll just jump in there. He’s in good shape. He’ll be fine. He’s a football player. He’s done this for a long time. He’s been training all spring and all summer in very hot weather.
The Jets would probably limit Bell’s practice newspapers to be careful. Gase said there were plans for the team’s training camp and preseason, but he did not want to disclose it.
“We’ll be smart,” Gase said. “He’ll never leave this camp with the most reps we can ever find that line. We’ll find out what the balance is. It’s been a long time communicating. We’ve got an idea to go in and then if we have to adjust that plan. We will
The Jets placed CB Bryan Pool on the active / non-football injury list Wednesday. The move came after Gase spoke to the media, so it was not immediately clear why. The pool is expected to be the slot cornerback at the start of the team. The Jets have put OL Toa Lobendahn on the list of non-football injuries.
The Vikings claimed that RB D’Angelo Henderson was waived by the Jets on Tuesday.
The Jets will have ex-players D’Briksha Ferguson and Calvin Pace as scouting interns.
The former Steelers will serve as the WR Hines Ward coaching intern. Former Jet David Clowney will also be camping as a coaching intern.
The team signed TE Temuchin Hodges on Wednesday. Hodges was formerly known as Bucky Hodges and was with the Jets in the spring of 2018.