Rex Ryan finished off a near miracle with the New York Jets last season. With a team that maybe should have won maybe four games, at most, the Jets and Ryan finished the season at 8-8 and even had some talking playoffs at one point. Well now, with that, playoffs are the expectation in 2014 and that road begins with the upcoming offseason workouts.
Here’s a look at the upcoming spring and summer schedule for the Jets as they look to take over the AFC East.
OTA offseason workouts: May 27-28, May 30, June 2, June 4-5, June 9-12
Mandatory minicamp: June 17-19
In anticipation of these workouts, here’s a refresher of the key free agency acquisitions, as well as the team’s recent draft picks.
Free Agency Additions:
- Michael Vick, QB (formerly with Philadelphia)
- Chris Johnson, RB (released by Tennessee)
- Eric Decker, WR (formerly with Denver)
- Jacoby Ford, WR (formerly with Oakland)
- Breno Giacomini, OT (formerly with Seattle)
- Dmitri Patterson, CB (formerly with Miami)
|Rd 1 – #18(18)||Calvin Pryor (S) Louisville|
|Rd 2 – #17(49)||Jace Amaro (TE) Texas Tech|
|Rd 3 – #16(80)||Dex McDougle (CB) Maryland|
|Rd 4 – #4(104)||Jalen Saunders (WR) Oklahoma|
|Rd 4 – #15(115)||Shaq Evans (WR) UCLA|
|Rd 4 – #37(137)||Dakota Dozier (OT) Furman|
|Rd 5 – #14(154)||Jeremiah George (ILB) Iowa St|
|Rd 6 – #19(195)||Brandon Dixon (CB) NW Mo St|
|Rd 6 – #33(209)||Quincy Enunwa (WR) Nebraska|
|Rd 6 – #34(210)||IK Enemkpali (DE) La Tech|
|Rd 6 – #37(213)||Tajh Boyd (QB) Clemson|
|Rd 7 – #18(233)||Trevor Reilly (OLB) Utah|
How do you think the Jets will do in 2014? Also, who will be the starting quarterback? Michael Vick or Geno Smith? Let us know in the comments below.