PSN contributor Jamal Murphy joins Greg DePalma live from New York Jets camp, as they discuss key position battles following a preseason-opening win over the Tennessee Titans. Next comes a road trip to take on the Detroit Lions on Saturday.
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jan Levine review the New York Jets‘ performance as they opened their preseason with a win over the Tennessee Titans. The defense gets high initial marks, particularly for linebackers Julian Stanford (51) and Josh Martin, plus cornerback Dexter McDougle.
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jamal Murphy break down the first few days of New York Jets training camp, including early observations of the QB derby between Josh McCown (15), Christian Hackenberg (5) and Bryce Petty. Also, how good can the defensive line become, and can linebacker Demario Davis make fans forget David Harris?
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jan Levine ask whether the New York Jets‘ addition of offensive coordinator John Morton and linebackers coach Kevin Greene might be the most important moves to spark the team’s 2017 rebuild. They also look at the Jets’ depth chart and preview key position battles as camp begins.
Greg DePalma takes on all the “Team Tank” rhetoric swirling around the New York Jets following an offseason purge that includes this week’s moves to part ways with LB David Harris and possibly WR Eric Decker next. He also offers the latest roster analysis following two weeks of OTA workouts that ended Thursday.
Dan Shonka, general manager of Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services, joins Greg DePalma to break down a New York Jets‘ draft class that invested heavily to shore up the secondary and receiving corps. Safeties Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye were snapped up with the first two picks, and the next three were used on receivers.
Greg DePalma and PSN contributors Jan Levine and Jamal Murphy take a look back at the New York Jets‘ performance in last weekend’s NFL Draft. Four defensive backs were selected, along with four skill-position guys on offense – but no quarterback. Does that mean they have more faith than first thought in Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenberg?
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jamal Murphy look ahead to the New York Jets‘ final picks of the NFL Draft. With defensive needs addressed at the top and the addition of Alabama WR ArDarius Stewart in Round 3, the most glaring need now comes at tight end. Best available: Virginia Tech’s Bucky Hodges, Clemson’s Jordan Leggett and Michigan’s Jake Butt.
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jamal Murphy offer analysis on Friday night’s second round of the NFL Draft, as the New York Jets look for secondary help once again with the selection of Florida safety Marcus Maye. He figures to pair with first-round pick Jamal Adams to fully remake the Jets’ last line of defense.
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jamal Murphy break down the first six picks of Thursday night’s NFL Draft, culminating in the New York Jets selecting LSU safety Jamal Adams to shore up the back end of the defense. A first-team All-American in 2016, Adams had been atop Greg’s wish list for weeks. As expected, Texas A&M sack man Myles Garrett went No.1 to the Cleveland Browns.