Dec 8, 2013; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets coach Rex Ryan reacts during the game against the Oakland Raiders at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

New York Jets OTA and minicamp schedule for 2014


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)

Draft Picks: 

Rd 1 – #18(18) Calvin Pryor (S) Louisville ESPN Video
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.

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