|Offense||10th||116.8 (10th)||253.6 (13th)|
|Defense||4th||83.4 (2nd)||235.2 (13th)|
Jace Amaro (shoulder) is back in uniform and expected to be ready for offseason workouts, the team's official website reports.
Amaro missed all of last season due to his shoulder injury, but if he can get up to speed quickly, he could be a decent option in the passing game. Unfortunately, the New York Jets have a plethora of weapons there, including Brandon Marshall, Eric Decker and Matt Forte, which likely means Amaro isn't heading for a huge season.
The New York Jets selected Jenkins in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 83rd overall.
Jenkins was obviously overshadowed by teammate and ninth overall pick Leonard Floyd, but Jenkins is an explosive athlete in his own right. At 6-foot-3, 259 pounds with a 36.5-inch vertical and 121-inch broad jump, Jenkins should prove a fine prospect at outside linebacker in the 3-4.
The New York Jets selected Christian Hackenberg in the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 51st overall.
Hackenberg was profoundly ineffective for his last two years at Penn State, but his arm talent gets him drafted in the second round anyway. All of pocket presence, route progressions and accuracy were huge problems for Hackenberg, so the Jets are banking on the theory that all of Hackenberg's struggles were the fault of Penn State coaches. Few players are given so much benefit of the doubt, but Hackenberg definitely has the arm to develop into a starter if the rest of his game comes along.
The New York Jets selected Darron Lee in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 20th overall.
Lee is generally light to project as a 3-4 inside linebacker, but coach Todd Bowles might have seen Deone Bucannon in Arizona last year and got some ideas. Lee is an exceptional athlete for a linebacker, boasting 4.47 speed and a 133-inch broad jump, and he should prove to be a disruptive presence under Bowles' watch. In addition to his burning athleticism, Lee demonstrated at least adequate instincts at Ohio State and consistently showed a high motor.
Clady (knee) has been cleared to play and deemed 'good to go' for the 2016 season by GM Mike Maccagnan, ESPN's Rich Cimini reports.
Acquired within a day of D'Brickashaw Ferguson's retirement, Clady had missed all of the 2015 season with the Broncos due to an ACL tear. Clady is replacing an ironman in Ferguson, a player who only missed a single snap in the entirety of his career because the
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