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1 GAME INFORMATION Sunday, September 7, 207 4:05 p.m. CBS Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum NEW YORK JETS OAKLAND RAIDERS

2 Contents Schedule TABLE OF CONTENTS Contents Schedule... 2 Game Notes... 3 Probable Starters... 4 Connections... 7 Quote Database... 9 By The Numbers... Team Notes... 4 Team Notes... 5 Coaching Capsules... 8 Building the Jets Roster Breakdown Personnel Moves Offensive Statistics Defensive Statistics The Last Time... 3 Player Participation Roster Experience Roster Position Roster Depth Chart Roster Alphabetical Roster Numerical PRESEASON SCHEDULE Saturday Tennessee Titans W, Saturday Detroit Lions L, Saturday SEASON SCHEDULE Sunday New York Giants L, Thursday Philadelphia Eagles W, 6-0 Buffalo Bills L, Sunday Oakland Raiders 4:05 p.m. CBS Sunday Miami Dolphins :00 p.m. CBS Sunday Jacksonville Jaguars :00 p.m. CBS Sunday Cleveland Browns :00 p.m. FOX Sunday New England Patriots :00 p.m. CBS Sunday Miami Dolphins :00 p.m. FOX Sunday Atlanta Falcons :00 p.m. FOX 9 02 Thursday Buffalo Bills 8:25 p.m. NFLN 0 2 Sunday Tampa Bay Buccaneers :00 p.m. CBS BYE WEEK 2 26 Sunday Carolina Panthers :00 p.m. FOX Sunday Kansas City Chiefs :00 p.m. CBS Sunday Denver Broncos 4:05 p.m. CBS Sunday New Orleans Saints :00 p.m. CBS Sunday Los Angeles Chargers :00 p.m. CBS Sunday New England Patriots :00 p.m. CBS NEW YORK JETS at OAKLAND RAIDERS HOME ROAD 207 NEW YORK JETS MEDIA INFORMATION

3 Game Notes HEADLINES JUSTON BURRIS: Second-year CB Juston Burris recorded his second-career interception in Week One at BUF (9/0) when he caught a tipped pass in the end zone and returned it 48 yards to the Jets 42-yard line. CHANDLER CATANZARO: K Chandler Catanzaro connected on both of his field goal attempts in the Week One matchup at BUF (9/0), splitting the uprights from 48 and 52 yards. The 52-yard kick was the Jets first 50-plus yard field goal in BUF since 20 and marked the sixth 50-plus yard field goal of Catanzaro s career. DEMARIO DAVIS: LB Demario Davis, a former third-round selection by the Jets (202), returned to the club after an offseason trade with CLV. In his first game back, Davis led the team in tackles with 4, the second-best total of his career, while adding a half-sack. JERMAINE KEARSE: Acquired in a trade at the roster cutdown deadline, veteran WR Jermaine Kearse made his Jets debut last week at BUF (9/0). In the game, Kearse led all players in receptions with seven, marking the third time in his career he recorded at least seven catches. JOSH MARTIN: LB Josh Martin, whom the Jets re-signed this past offseason, notched a team-best 4.0 tackles for loss in the season opener at BUF (9/0). Additionally, Martin posted a halfsack, a QB hit and a QB pressure. ROOKIE SAFETY TANDEM: For the first time since 988, the Jets opening day secondary featured two rookies as the Jets started safeties Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye in last week s game at BUF (9/0). The debut by Adams and Maye marked the the first time since the AFL/NFL merger (970) that a team has started two rookie safeties on opening day. Television: CBS Play-by-play: Ian Eagle Sideline: Evan Washburn Producer: Mark Wolff BROADCAST COVERAGE Analyst: Dan Fouts Director: Bob Fishman Jets Radio: 98.7 FM WEPN (ESPN Radio) Play-by-play: Bob Wischusen Analyst: Marty Lyons Producer: Joe Loughran Pre- and Post-Game: Greg Buttle and Don La Greca Jets En Español Radio: ESPN Deportes Nueva York 050 AM Play-by-play: Clemson Smith-Muñiz Analyst: Oscar Benitez Jets Radio Network: WCHR FM - Ocean, NJ; WHTK FM/280AM - Rochester, NY; WTMM FM - Albany, NY GAME AT A GLANCE All-Time Record vs. OAK: All-Time Record at OAK (Road): 6-4- Last Time at OAK: L, at OAK (/0/5) Coach HC Experience Overall W/L Postseason Todd Bowles 3rd Season Jack Del Rio 2th Season WEEKLY SCHEDULE Wednesday, September 3th :0 :40 p.m. Media at Practice 3:45-4:00 p.m. (approx.) Todd Bowles Press Conference 4:00 4:45 p.m. Player Avail. (Open Locker Room) Thursday, September 4th :25 :55 a.m. Media at Practice :50 2:0 p.m. (approx.) Coordinator Availability (Off. Def.) 2:0 2:20 p.m. (approx.) Todd Bowles Press Conference 2:20 3:05 p.m. Player Avail. (Open Locker Room) 3:0 3:20 p.m. Coordinator Availability (ST) Friday, September 5th 0:50 :20 a.m. Media at Practice :00 :0 p.m. Todd Bowles Press Conference :0 :55 p.m. (approx.) Player Avail. (Open Locker Room) PRONUNCIATION GUIDE JUSTON Burris...Justin Chandler CATANZARO... cat-un-zair-oh Dakota DOZIER...DOUGH-jer LACHLAN Edwards... LOCK-lan Ben IJALANA...EYE-juh-LAH-nuh DARRON Lee... Darrin CHARONE Peake... Cha-RON Claude PELON...puh-LOAN Mike PENNEL... puh-nell BILAL Powell... buh-lahl Brent QVALE... KWAH-lee KALIF Raymond... Kaleef Buster SKRINE...Screen COMMUNICATIONS CONTACTS Department Social Media on Twitter Department Eric Gelfand Bruce Speight Jared Winley Meghan Gilmore Nikolaos Filis Danielle Bonnett Andrew Devlin Pat Eichner Ben Kessler NEW YORK JETS MEDIA 3

4 Probable Starters OFFENSE WR Robby Anderson 2nd Season Appeared in 6 games (eight starts) in his rookie season (206), notching 42 receptions for 587 yards (4.0 yards per reception) and two touchdowns. LT 68 Kelvin Beachum 6th Season Started all 5 games he played at left tackle for JAX last season. Helped block for an offense that ranked in the top 0 in sacks allowed percentage. LG 77 James Carpenter 7th Season Last season, started all 6 games (the only Jet offensive lineman to do so) at left guard for the second-consecutive season. Part of an offensive line that finished in the top half of the league in both rushing offense and sacks allowed. C 76 Wesley Johnson 4th Season Posted career-highs with 6 games played and eight starts as part of an offensive line that finished in the top half of the league in both rushing offense and sacks allowed. RG 67 Brian Winters 5th Season Former third-round selection by the Jets (203) who started 8-of-22 games at left guard over his first two seasons, moving to right guard (205) and starting 23-of-29 games over the last two seasons. RT 72 Brandon Shell 7th Season Second-year tackle who was selected by the Jets in the fifth round of the 206 NFL Draft. As a rookie, saw action in eight games (three starts). TE 83 Eric Tomlinson 2nd Season Spent his rookie season and the first eight weeks of 206 as a member of the HST practice squad before being signed by the Jets. Signed with the Jets (/05/6), spending the nine weeks with the team appearing in seven games (five starts). WR 0 Jermaine Kearse 6th Season Sixth-year wide receiver who has appeared in 69 regular season games (5 starts), contributing on both offense and special teams, logging 53 receptions for 2,09 yards and touchdowns while adding 3 career special teams tackles, a forced fumble and a blocked punt. QB 5 Josh McCown 5th Season 5-year NFL veteran who saw action in five games (three starts) last season for CLV (206), throwing for,00 yards on 90-of-65 passing with six touchdowns and six interceptions. RB 22 Matt Forté 0th Season One of 2 players in NFL history to have reached 8,000 rushing yards and 4,000 receiving yards, becoming the second-fastest player to reach the mark after doing so in 7 games. Ranks first in the NFL in total scrimmage yards with 3,794 since entering the league in 2008 and second among active running backs in receptions (57). RB 29 Bilal Powell 7th Season Last season, established single-season highs in rushing yards (722), receptions (58) and matched his single-season best for receiving yards (388). Finished with 5.5 yards per carry, the best single-season average in franchise history. KEY RESERVES TE 82 Will Tye 3rd Season In two seasons with NYG, posted career totals of 90 receptions for 859 yards and four touchdowns in 29 games (7 starts), while adding four catches for 66 yards in one postseason appearance. KICKER K 7 Chandler Catanzaro 4th Season Owns a career mark of 85.% on field goals with a long of 60 yards, making him just the 4th player in NFL history to connect on a field goal of 60+ yards. Threetime NFC Special Teams Player of the Week recipient, earning the honor twice as a rookie. RETURNER WR 84 Kalif Raymond 2nd Season Second-year wide receiver and return specialist who originally entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent (206) with DEN, appearing in four games during the 206 season, after spending time on the practice squad. DEFENSE DL 92 Leonard Williams 3rd Season In his second season (206), selected to the Pro Bowl and named Curtis Martin Team MVP after totaling career marks in both tackles (86) and sacks (7.0). His 7.0 sacks were the third-most sacks by a second-year Jets player in franchise history and ranked fourth among interior defensive linemen. DL 99 Steve McLendon 8th Season Last season, his first with the Jets, started 0 of the first games before being sidelined with an injury for the final five weeks. Established career marks in tackles (35) and sacks (3.5) as part of a defense that allowed just 3.69 yards per carry, holding nine different opposing lead ball carriers to under 3.5 yards per run. DL 96 Muhammad Wilkerson 7th Season Has recorded 4.0 sacks in his career, leading the team in two of the last three seasons. Also has logged 439 tackles, 0 forced fumbles, one fumble recovery (returned 2 yards for a touchdown), 22 passes defensed and one interception. OLB 95 Josh Martin 5th Season Fifth-year veteran who led the Jets last season with 4 special teams tackles. Over the first two weeks of the preseason, bolstered the defense with a team-leading 2.0 sacks and 3.0 tackles for loss, including at least.0 sack and.0 tackle for loss in each of the first two games. ILB 58 Darron Lee 2nd Season Appeared in 3 games (nine starts) as a rookie (206) and posted 76 tackles, a sack and three passes defensed. Started the final six weeks of the season, accumulating 40 of his 76 tackles. ILB 56 Demario Davis 6th Season Last season with CLV, ranked second on the team with 99 tackles, and also registered 2.0 sacks, two passes defensed and one forced fumble. OLB 48 Jordan Jenkins 2nd Season Started -of-4 games he appeared in as a rookie (206), collecting 48 tackles, 2.5 sacks, three passes defensed, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. All of his sacks came in the final four games of the season. CB 4 Buster Skrine 7th Season Last season, started all 4 games he appeared in, posting 5 tackles, a sack, one interception and eight passes defensed while setting a new career-long with a 5-yard interception return. CB 2 Morris Claiborne 6th Season Appeared in 47 games over the last five seasons for DAL (4 starts), totaling 80 tackles, four interceptions, 32 passes defensed, one forced fumble and four fumble recoveries, returning one for a 50-yard touchdown. SS 33 Jamal Adams Rookie The Jets first-round pick in the 207 NFL Draft (sixth overall). He appeared in 37 games (26 starts) over three years at LSU, including 24-consecutive starts over the last two seasons. Finished with 209 tackles (7.5 for loss) and five interceptions. FS 26 Marcus Maye Rookie Drafted by the Jets in the second round of the 207 NFL Draft. Appeared in 45 games (32 starts) over four years at Florida where he recorded 20 tackles (7.0 for loss), seven forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, five interceptions, 7 passes defensed and a sack. KEY RESERVES CB 32 Juston Burris 2nd Season In his first NFL season (206), played in all 6 games (one start) and posted 0 tackles, five passes defensed and one interception. Added six tackles on special teams, which ranked third on the team. DB 23 Terrence Brooks 4th Season Has appeared in 34 games, totaling 26 tackles (22 solo), four passes defensed, one interception and a fumble recovery while adding two forced fumbles and six tackles on special teams. PUNTER P 4 Lachlan Edwards 2nd Season Punted in all 6 games last season, registering 75 punts for 3,236 yards and placing 24 kicks inside the 20-yard line. Established franchise rookie marks for most yards and tied the number for most punts NEW YORK JETS MEDIA INFORMATION

5 Game Preview MATCHUP Total Offense th Passing Offense 76.0 t-2st Rushing Offense th Scoring Offense th Sacks Allowed.0 t-8th Third Down Offense 28.6% 23rd Red Zone Offense 00.0% t-st Total Defense th Passing Defense th Rushing Defense th Scoring Defense 2.0 t-6th Sacks 2.0 t-4th Third Down Defense 47.% 22nd Red Zone Defense 75.0% t-st Takeaways t-8th Giveaways 2 t-2st NEW YORK JETS OAKLAND RAIDERS Total Defense 9th Passing Defense t-9th Rushing Defense 9th 95.0 Scoring Defense 8th 6.0 Sacks t-8th Third Down Defense t-23rd 50.0% Red Zone Defense t-8th 33.3% Total Offense 0th Passing Offense 3th Rushing Offense th 09.0 Scoring Offense 8th 26.0 Sacks Allowed t-4th 2.0 Third Down Offense t-2th 4.7% Red Zone Offense t-0th 66.7% Takeaways t-22nd 0 Giveaways t-st 0 Category Jets No. Completion Percentage J. McCown 66.7% Passing Yards J. McCown 87 Passer Rating J. McCown 56.3 Rushing Yards B. Powell 22 Rushing Touchdowns J. McCown Receptions J. Kearse 7 Receiving Yards J. Kearse 59 Receiving Touchdowns - - Yards from Scrimmage J. Kearse 59 First Downs Two Tied 3 Tackles D. Davis 4 Sacks D. Lee.0 Interceptions J. Burris Forced Fumbles - - Special Teams Tackles Five Tied Punt Return Average K. Raymond 9.0 Kick Return Average K. Raymond 22.5 Scoring Non-Kicking J. McCown 6 Scoring Two Tied NEW YORK JETS MEDIA STATISTICAL LEADERS Category Raiders No. Completion Percentage D. Carr 68.8% Passing Yards D. Carr 262 Passer Rating D. Carr 4.3 Rushing Yards M. Lynch 76 Rushing Touchdowns - - Receptions M. Crabtree 6 Receiving Yards M. Crabtree 83 Receiving Touchdowns Two Tied Yards from Scrimmage M. Lynch 92 First Downs Three Tied 3 Tackles K. Joseph 9 Sacks Two Tied 0.5 Interceptions - - Forced Fumbles - - Special Teams Tackles Two Tied Punt Return Average J. Richard 2.5 Kick Return Average C. Patterson 4.0 Scoring Non-Kicking Two Tied 6 Scoring G. Tavecchio 4 5

6 Matchup History formerly LOS ANGELES RAIDERS [982-94] OVERALL: HOME: AWAY: (Postseason 2-2) -8- (Postseason -0) 6-4- (Postseason -2) 0/28/60 OAKLAND L //60 at Oakland W /29/6 at Oakland W 4-6 //6 OAKLAND W /09/62 at Oakland W 28-7 /04/62 OAKLAND W 3-2 0/07/63 OAKLAND W 0-7 0/20/63 at Oakland L /0/64 OAKLAND W 35-3 /22/64 at Oakland L /6/65 OAKLAND T /2/65 at Oakland L /23/66 OAKLAND L /03/66 at Oakland T /07/67 OAKLAND W /7/67 at Oakland L /7/68 at Oakland L SINGLE-GAME RECORDS: 2/29/68 OAKLAND W (AFL Championship) /30/69 OAKLAND L /06/70 OAKLAND L 3-4 2//72 at Oakland L /23/77 OAKLAND L /2/79 OAKLAND W /5/83 at Los Angeles W 7-4 (AFC Playoff) 09/08/85 at Los Angeles L 0-3 0/09/89 LOS ANGELES L 7-4 0/0/93 at Los Angeles L /0/95 OAKLAND L /06/96 OAKLAND L /2/97 OAKLAND W /24/99 at Oakland L /20/00 at Oakland L 7-3 PASSING YARDS Player Cmp/Att Yds Date. Joe Namath 25/ //72 2. Richard Todd 7/ /23/77 PASSING TOUCHDOWNS Player TDs Date. Richard Todd 4 0/23/77 2t. Four Tied, Most Recently Richard Todd 3 0/2/79 RUSHING YARDS Player Att Yds Date. Matt Snell /0/64 2. Thomas Jones /9/08 RUSHING TOUCHDOWN Player TDs Date t. Six Tied, Most Recently Shonn Greene 2 0/25/09 RECEPTIONS Player Rec Date. Don Maynard 2 2/7/67 2t. Three Tied, Most Recently Laveranues Coles 0 2/02/02 RECEIVING YARDS Player Rec Yds Date. Don Maynard /7/68 2. Art Powell //60 RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS Player TDs Date t. Five Tied, Most Recently Wesley Walker 2 0/2/79 MOST FIELD GOALS Player FG Date t. Jim Turner 4/5 /7/68 Mike Nugent 4/4 2//05 LONGEST PLAYS: 0/06/02 at Oakland W /2/02 at Oakland L (AFC Playoff) 2/02/02 at Oakland L /2/03 at Oakland L 0-30 (AFC Playoff) /09/03 at Oakland W (OT) 2//05 OAKLAND W /3/06 OAKLAND W /9/08 at Oakland L 3-6 (OT) 0/25/09 at Oakland W /25/ at Oakland L /08/3 OAKLAND W /07/4 OAKLAND W 9-4 /0/5 at Oakland L LONGEST PASSING PLAY Player Yds Date. Richard Todd to Wesley Walker 87t 0/23/77 2. Mark Sanchez to LaDainian Tomlinson 74 09/25/ LONGEST RUSHING PLAY Player Yds Date. Chris Ivory 7t 09/07/4 2. Dick Christy 47 09/09/62 THE LAST TIME: 300-YARD PASSER By JETS: 369 ( TD INT), Mark Sanchez, 09/25/ By OPP: 333 ( TD 2 INT), Derek Carr, /0/5 00+ QUARTERBACK RATING By JETS: 07.0 (9-6 TD 0 INT), Mark Sanchez, 0/25/09 By OPP: 30.9 ( TD 2 INT), Derek Carr, /0/5 00-YARD RUSHER By JETS: 02 (0 att. TD), Chris Ivory, 09/07/4 By OPP: 3 (20 att. 0 TD), Latavius Murray, /0/5 00-YARD RECEIVER By JETS: 08 (9 rec. 0 TD), Brandon Marshall, /0/5 By OPP: 02 (7 rec. TD), Michael Crabtree, /0/5 MULTI-TOUCHDOWN PERFORMANCE By JETS: 2 (2 rush TDs), Shonn Greene, 0/25/09 By OPP: 2 (2 rec. TDs), Andre Holmes, /0/5 SPECIAL TEAMS RETURN TOUCHDOWN By JETS: 0-yard Kickoff Return, Leon Burton, 0/28/60 By OPP: 78-yard Punt Return, Phillip Buchanon, /09/ NEW YORK JETS MEDIA INFORMATION

7 Connections NFL CONNECTIONS S Terrence Brooks (204-5) OL Kelechi Osemele (202-5) DL Mike Pennel (204-6) TE Jared Cook (206) LB Josh Martin (203-4) C Rodney Hudson (20-4) & CB Sean Smith (203-5) LB Edmond Robinson (205-6) WR Cordarrelle Patterson (203-6) TE Will Tye (205-6) OL Marshall Newhouse (205-6) G James Carpenter (20-4) & WR Jermaine Kearse (202-6) LB Bruce Carter (202-5) & RB Marshawn Lynch (200-5) COACHING CONNECTIONS FORMER JETS ROB MOORE (Wide Receivers Coach) Began his NFL career with the Jets, originally entering the league as a first-round pick of the 990 Supplemental Draft. Spent five seasons with the Jets, appearing in 76 games (73 starts) from BRAD SEELY (Special Teams Coordinator) Spent the 994 season with the Jets as a special teams coach. BERNIE PARMALEE (Running Backs Coach) Spent two seasons with the Jets (999-00) as a running back, appearing in 40 games and recording a total of 220 rushing yards during his two seasons. FORMER RAIDERS JOHN MORTON (Offensive Coordinator) Spent time with OAK from , serving as an offensive assistant and tight ends coach. Jason Vrable (203-6), Tim Atkins (20-2) Todd Downing (204), Bobby Johnson (200-), Rob Moore (203-4), Jethro Franklin (20-4) Todd Bowles (2008-), Kacy Rodgers (2008-4), Karl Dorrell (2008-), Robert Nunn ( , 04) Jehtro Franklin (20-4), Bernie Parmalee ( ) Jeremy Bates (202), Dennard Wilson (2008-) Mike Tice (200-2), Tim Holt (202) Robert Nunn (2009) Tim Holt (2009-) WR ArDarius Stewart (202-4) WR Amari Cooper (204-6) Jeremy Bates (200) Ken Norton (200-4) S Rontez Miles (2009-2) S Erik Harris (203-5) John Morton (2005) John Pagano (2002-6) DB Terrence Brooks (200-3) DE Mario Edwards Jr. (202-4), QB EJ Manuel (2009-2) & C Rodney Hudson (2007-0) John Morton (20-4), Mick Lombardi (203-6) Brad Seely (20-4), Tracy Smith (202-4) CB Darryl Roberts (200-4) TE Lee Smith (2007-0) WR Jeremy Kerley (2007-0) OL Marshall Newhouse ( ) LB Darron Lee (204-5) 207 NEW YORK JETS MEDIA INFORMATION JOSH McCOWN (Quarterback) Spent the 2007 season with OAK, starting all nine games in which he appeared. Recorded,5 passing yards on 90 attempts and 0 touchdowns. COLLEGE CONNECTIONS CB Gareon Conley 7

8 Connections AREA CONNECTIONS Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Oakland, CA David Diaz-Infante San Jose, CA Chad Hansen Fillmore, CA Daylon McCutcheon Los Angeles, CA La Roi Glover San Diego, CA Karl Dorrell San Diego, CA Jeff Hammerschmidt San Diego, CA Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum 207 NEW YORK JETS MEDIA INFORMATION

9 Quote Database TODD BOWLES Todd and I have a very good working relationship. We work very closely together. We communicate constantly. We both have the same vision for what we want to achieve here and that includes ownership too in terms of Woody (Johnson). We are all working towards that common goal.... I think the world of Todd and I think I really like what he has done with this offseason, not only with the team and working with the players with some of the coaches he has brought in. General Manager MIKE MACCAGNAN [07 3 7] KEVIN GREENE Kevin is a ball of fun every day and his energy is infectious. Kevin has a famous saying, You have to have a hunter s heart. To sit in the room with him every day, you feel his energy and those guys feed off of him. He s laid a really high expectation for them. He wants the group to look like him in how they play should look and it s really contagious. He s tremendous. Defensive Coordinator KACY RODGERS [08 5 7] 33 JAMAL ADAMS We ve talked about these two young safeties for a while now. I think they re gifted young players, special players. Not just physically, but their approach and how they carry themselves. QB JOSH McCOWN [ ] (On his thinking behind starting two rookies, Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye, at safety ) They can play. It s rare that these type of things happen, but those two guys showed so much in the spring in what we brought them along with, they can only get better. Their maturity level, as far as learning the plays, exceeded what we wanted for our expectations as a rookie, so we think those guys are ready to play. Head Coach TODD BOWLES [ ] (On why Adams was outstanding...) It wasn t so much just the plays. His eyes were good. His reads were good. Everything he did, he did it the right way. He made tackles when opportunities presented themselves. He made the plays he was supposed to make. He had a good ball game. Head Coach TODD BOWLES [09 7] ROBBY ANDERSON I think Robby brings a pretty unique skillset from that standpoint. He can really go. I think he s got great ball skills as well. He s getting a lot more confident the more we re putting him in situations to be able to use that speed and run. He s definitely a big factor in our offense. QB CHRISTIAN HACKENBERG [ ] He s playing at a high level. We ve said it all along, Robby has tremendous speed and because of that he s always going to be able to impact the play whether the ball is going to him or not because you have to account for him. He continues to do things that impress us, and you realize there s other things that he can do and you utilize him more doing this route or that route, and so his talent is obviously allowing Coach (John) Morton and the guys to come up with things that will help our team, and that s a good thing for us. QB JOSH McCOWN [08 5 7] He s just a stud. He s learned, he s grown. He might be faster. Honestly, he might be faster.... He s taking things that Coach Morton is telling him in the film room and in the meetings and taking it to the field. It s showing up. He took a little three-yard route and I thought he took it to the house. His burst is exceptional. QB BRYCE PETTY [08 0 7] 32 JUSTON BURRIS JB has really taken some big strides. We watch him and we re sitting there like, this guy is physical, and he s fast. Athletically, he can do everything we ask him, and the other night he didn t disappoint, so right now he s battling every day and so far we re pleased with where he s at. Defensive Coordinator KACY RODGERS [08 5 7] 56 DEMARIO DAVIS Mentally, he s sharper. He s in a different place mentally. He got to play MIKE in Cleveland, and he s played MO here before so (in) combining the two experiences, he s a lot smarter understanding the defense and knowing when he can cheat and disguise as things and when he can t so, mentally, he s a lot sharper. But that comes with experience. Head Coach TODD BOWLES [ ] 207 NEW YORK JETS MEDIA 9

10 Quote Database 0 JERMAINE KEARSE Just from seeing him on tape, (he is a) heck of a competitor. He s obviously played in a lot of big games, and so we welcome him here with open arms. As soon as the deal happened, I had a few guys that have played with him, been around him, text me and just talk nothing but the best about him. QB JOSH McCOWN [ ] 58 DARRON LEE I m really pleased with the way he came back from OTA s to here...he worked his butt off over the summer. Then you see him right now in practice taking the step forward from his rookie year. It seems like the game is slowing down for him a little bit and we re expecting a lot of D. Lee this year. Defensive Coordinator KACY RODGERS [08 5 7] (On how good Lee can be once he grasps the mental aspect ) Well, he s got the tools to be a good linebacker. You just want to take it day-by-day. As long as he gets better every day, I think he ll become a good football player. Head Coach TODD BOWLES [07 3 7] 26 MARCUS MAYE (On his thinking behind starting two rookies, Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye, at safety ) They can play. It s rare that these type of things happen, but those two guys showed so much in the spring in what we brought them along with, they can only get better. Their maturity level, as far as learning the plays, exceeded what we wanted for our expectations as a rookie, so we think those guys are ready to play. Head Coach TODD BOWLES [ ] We ve talked about these two young safeties for a while now. I think they re gifted young players, special players. Not just physically, but their approach and how they carry themselves. QB JOSH McCOWN [ ] 5 JOSH MCCOWN (On how he feels about the Jets culture right now...) I think we re in a great place just because (Head) Coach (Todd) Bowles laid out an environment where we come in and compete, we work hard. Really it started way back in the offseason, but (he) just did things to help shape and cast a vision for us of what we want to become and then challenge us to hold that standard, and really and truly watch the vets on this team come together and establish that. Whether it was Leo (Leonard Williams), or Steve (McLendon), or Mo (Muhammad Wilkerson), or Brian (Winters) just these guys coming together, have been here a while and saying, This is how we want it to be, and then let s hold everybody to those things, and so that s been really good. I think it s a good environment right now for us. QB JOSH McCOWN [08 5 7] Very important, especially in the locker room. A lot of times that is what matters the most, the locker room, because the guys have to gel and fit and go out on the field and play in that same manner so, like I said last year, playing next to the guys instead of playing for them. Everybody has to be that tight knit group while we re playing, and sacrificing for the greater good of the team out there. So Josh, I played with him in Chicago, same guy being in the locker room, a great dude and a good quarterback that we can be smart, and be smart with the football. RB MATT FORTE [07 3 7] 96 MUHAMMAD WILKERSON In dealing with Mo, we re kind of looking at him and the things he s done in the offseason, and the thing that s really stood out is his leadership. He s the guy that s calling the team up. He s the guy that s encouraging people to come together and do this. But the stuff he s doing on the field, I m really pleased with where he is right now. Defensive Coordinator KACY RODGERS [08 5 7] 92 LEONARD WILLIAMS (On what he expects from Williams this season)... Nothing less than what he showed you last year. A lot of talent. People say the sky s the limit, well the only limit is him. He doesn t have a limit. He can grow as long as he wants to go. It s not the sky. Because what if he reaches all his goals, I feel like he has more to reach then. He can reach all his goals in one year. If he reaches them, that means he hits the sky. That means there s no limit for him. DL STEVE McLENDON [ ] 207 NEW YORK JETS MEDIA INFORMATION

11 By The Numbers Last season, RBs Matt Forté and Bilal Powell were the only set of running back teammates to each record,000 yards from scrimmage. 58 Number of receptions recorded by RB Bilal Powell last season (206), tied for second-most on the team in 206 and sixth-most by a running back in franchise history Opponents rushing yards-per-carry average against the Jets through the first five games in 206, the lowest mark allowed in team history since the AFL-NFL merger in % TE Will Tye ranks among the top tight ends in the NFL in terms of receptions per target, hauling in 93 passes on 35 attempts since RB Bilal Powell rushed for an average of 5.5 yards per carry during the 206 season. This ranks as the top yards per carry average in Jets history. 78 Rushing yards per game allowed at home last season (206), the fifth-lowest average allowed in a season in franchise history. 6 In 2 postseason contests, WR Jermaine Kearse is tied for first in the NFL since 202 in postseason receiving touchdowns with six. 85 RB Bilal Powell s 85-yard touchdown reception against the Giants marked the longest completion for the Jets in the preseason since a 90-yard Richard Todd-to-Lam Jones touchdown in th During the 207 preseason, RB Bilal Powell ranked seventh-best in the NFL in receiving yards, logging eight catches for 47 yards, including an 85-yard touchdown reception in Week Three. 9. In two seasons under Head Coach Todd Bowles, the Jets defense has allowed opponents to rush for only 9. yards per game, the third-best mark in the NFL over that time span. 3.6% Percentage of opposing rushing attempts that resulted in negative yardage last season (206), the sixth-highest rate in the NFL. 93 During the 206 regular season, the Jets only committed 93 offensive penalties, tied for fourth best in the NFL. 4 In his first game back with the Jets (9/0), LB Demario Davis led the team in tackles with 4, marking the second-best total of his six-year career In the final eight weeks of the 206 season, the Kacy Rodgers-led defense ranked second in the NFL in passing yards allowed per game, holding opponents to just yards per game. 5 QB Josh McCown is entering his 5th season in the NFL. He has the third-most experience among active NFL quarterbacks. 342 LB Josh Martin was on the field for 342 special teams plays last season (206). This number ranks as the third-most special teams plays by a Jet in a season since At 22 years, 92 days, DL Leonard Williams was the youngest player in franchise history to be named Curtis Martin Team MVP. 44 RB Bilal Powell amassed 44 yards after the catch during the 206 season. This number led the Jets, marking the second-consecutive season Powell has topped the category. 40 WR Robby Anderson scored on two 40-plus-yard receptions last season, the most by a Jet since 200, when former WR Braylon Edwards scored on four. 569 RB Matt Forté is only 585 rushing yards away from totaling 0,000 in his career. Forté would become the 30th player in NFL history to achieve this mark In the Jets 207 Week One matchup at BUF (9/0), P Lachlan Edwards registered the fourth-highest net punting average (43.7) in the AFC.,0 Total scrimmage yards produced by RB Bilal Powell last season, his first season with,000+ yards from scrimmage. 52 In Week One, K Chandler Catanzaro connected on a 52-yard field goal, marking the Jets first 50-plus yard kick in BUF since 20. It was also Catanzaro s sixth 50-plus yard kick of his career. 2,0 In G James Carpenter s two seasons with the Jets, he has been on the field for 2,0 of a possible 2,50 offensive plays, the most by a Jet during that time span. 207 NEW YORK JETS MEDIA

12 Team Notes ROBBY ANDERSON Despite going undrafted, WR Robby Anderson posted 42 receptions for 587 yards last season, the seventh most by a Jets rookie in team history and second to Wayne Chrebet for the most by an undrafted rookie in team history. Rookie Receiving Yards Leaders in Jets History Player Season Drafted Rec. Yards Avg. Keyshawn Johnson 996 st Wesley Walker 977 2nd Wayne Chrebet 995 UdFA Rob Moore 990 st Derrick Gaffney 978 8th Al Toon 985 st Robby Anderson 206 UdFA Lam Jones 980 st In addition, Anderson s yardage total ranked sixth in the NFL among all rookies. Among the players that Anderson trailed were four rookies selected in the first two rounds of the draft. 206 NFL Rookie Receiving Yards Leaders Player Season Drafted Rec. Yards Avg. Michael Thomas NO 2nd 92, Sterling Shepard NYG 2nd Will Fuller HST st Tyler Boyd CIN 2nd Tyreek Hill KC 5th Robby Anderson NYJ UdFA CHANDLER CATANZARO Since entering the league in 204, K Chandler Catanzaro is one of just kickers with more than 90 field goal attempts. Catanzaro, who is 80-for-94 on field goal attempts, owns an 85.% career percentage mark. In the Jets 207 Week One matchup at BUF (9/0), Catanzaro connected on both of his field goal attempts, splitting the uprights from 48 and 52 yards. Player FGM FGA FG % Justin Tucker Graham Gano Stephen Gostkowski Stephen Hauschka Caleb Sturgis Cairo Santos Dan Bailey Chandler Catanzaro Blair Walsh Mason Crosby Adam Vinatieri DEMARIO DAVIS After spending the 206 season in CLV, LB Demario Davis returned to the Jets for the 207 season. In his first game back, Davis led the team in tackles with 4, marking the second-best total of his six-year career. Davis also added a half-sack, split with fellow LB Josh Martin. 4 LACHLAN EDWARDS In his rookie season, 206 seventh-round pick P Lachlan Edwards, surpassed Ben Graham s Jets rookie mark with 3,236 punting yards while matching Greg Gantt s total of 75 punts. Rookie Punters in Jets History Player Year Punts Yards Lachlan Edwards ,236 Ben Graham ,233 Greg Gantt ,689 In the Jets 207 Week One matchup at BUF (9/0), Edwards registered the fourth-highest net punting average (43.7) in the AFC. Edwards also placed two punts inside the BUF 20-yard line, including a 57-yard boot that was downed at the BUF four-yard line. 22 MATT FORTÉ With his receiving touchdown last season vs. BLT (0/23/6), RB Matt Forté became just the fifth player in NFL history to eclipse 8,000 yards rushing, 4,000 yards receiving and 20 receiving touchdowns for his career. In addition, he became just the seventh running back in NFL history to amass 9,000 rushing yards and 500 receptions for his career, accomplishing the feat with a 00-yard rushing performance against BLT (0/23/6). Players with 8,000 Rush Yds., 4,000 Rec. Yds. and 20 Rec. TDs Player Rush Yds Rec. Yds Rec. TDs Marshall Faulk HOF 2,279 6, Marcus Allen HOF 2,243 5,4 2 Thurman Thomas HOF 2,074 4, Herschel Walker 8,225 4,859 2 Matt Forté 9,43 4, Players with 9,000 Rush Yds. and 500 Rec. Player Rush Yds. Receptions Emmitt Smith HOF 8, LaDainian Tomlinson HOF 3, Marshall Faulk HOF 2, Marcus Allen HOF 2, Warrick Dunn 0, Tiki Barber 0, Matt Forté 9, The 0th-year running back finished last season with,076 total scrimmage yards, including 83 rushing. Forté became just one-ofeight running backs in NFL history to begin his career with nine consecutive seasons of,000-or-more scrimmage yards, joining the likes of five Hall of Fame inductees. RBs with Nine+ Consec. Years of,000+ Scrimmage Yards Player Team(s) Years No. Yds/Season Barry Sanders HOF DET Marshall Faulk HOF IND/SL Curtis Martin HOF NE/Jets Thurman Thomas HOF BUF Emmitt Smith HOF DAL Matt Forté CHI/Jets Herschel Walker DAL/MIN/PHI Warrick Dunn TB/ATL NEW YORK JETS MEDIA INFORMATION

13 Team Notes 22 MATT FORTÉ (cont.) Last season (206), Forté became just the th running back in NFL history to amass 500 career receptions, reaching the mark against PIT (0/09/6) earlier in the season. He would later surpass Emmitt Smith for eighth all-time against IND (2/5/6). RBs with 500+ Career Rec. (Excludes FBs) Player G Rec. Rec. TD Marshall Faulk HOF LaDainian Tomlinson HOF Marcus Allen HOF Tiki Barber Ronnie Harmon Roger Craig Darren Sproles Matt Forté Emmitt Smith HOF With two rushing touchdowns against CLV (0/30/6), Forté eclipsed 50 for his career to become just the fourth player in NFL history to amass 50 rushing touchdowns, 20 receiving touchdowns and 500 receptions, joining the likes of two Hall of Fame inductees. Players with 50 rush TDs, 20 rec. TDs and 500 rec. Player Rush TDs Rec. TDs Rec. Marshall Faulk HOF Marcus Allen HOF Herschel Walker Matt Forté HOF Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame Forté posted five games of 90-or-more rushing yards in 206, including two 00-yard performances, tied for sixth in the NFL. 206 Leaders in 90+ Yard Rushing Games Player Team 90+ Games 206 Rush Yds. Ezekiel Elliott DAL,63 Jordan Howard CHI 8,33 Le Veon Bell PIT 7,268 LeSean McCoy BUF 7,267 DeMarco Murray TEN 7,287 Matt Forté NYJ 5 83 David Johnson ARZ 5,239 0 JERMAINE KEARSE Since entering the NFL in 202, WR Jermaine Kearse is tied with former SEA teammate Doug Baldwin and NE s Rob Gronkowski for first in the NFL in postseason receiving touchdowns, as they have all logged six touchdown catches in the playoffs during that span. In addition, since 202 Kearse is tied for first among wide receivers in postseason games played (2) and ranks ninth in postseason receiving yards (493). Postseason Receiving Leaders Since 202 Player GP Rec. Yds. TDs Doug Baldwin Jermaine Kearse Rob Gronkowski Anquad Boldin Randall Cobb Julio Jones Demaryius Thomas In the Jets 207 Week One matchup at BUF (9/0), Kearse led the Jets receiving corps with seven receptions for 59 yards. The performance marked the third time in Kearse s career that he tallied seven receptions. 95 JOSH MARTIN Last season (206), LB Josh Martin led the Jets with 4 special teams tackles and 342 special teams plays. In the 207 preseason, Martin led the Jets defense, posting a team-leading 2.0 sacks and 3.0 tackles for loss, including at least.0 sack and.0 tackle for loss in each of the first two games. Week Two at DET (8/9), Martin logged a sack, 2.0 tackles for loss and also forced a fumble. In Week One of the preseason (8/2), Martin posted a sack, a tackle for loss and recovered a fumble. In the Jets 207 Week One matchup at BUF (9/0), Martin notched a team-best 4.0 tackles for loss. Additionally, Martin posted a half-sack, a QB hit and a QB pressure. 5 JOSH McCOWN Among active quarterbacks with at least 0 such performances, QB Josh McCown ranks ninth for the highest ratio of 300+ yard passing performances per start. In McCown s 28 starts since 203, he has thrown for over 300 yards 0 times, or once per every 2.8 starts. Players w/ the Highest Pct. of 300-Yard Passing Games per Start Player Starts 300+ Yds Gms Pct. Drew Brees (NO) % Ben Roethlisberger (PIT) % Kirk Cousins (WAS) % Carson Palmer (ARZ) % Matt Ryan (ATL) % Aaron Rodgers (GB) % Tom Brady (NE) % Andrew Luck (IND) % Josh McCown (NYJ) % 25 ELIJAH McGUIRE In the Jets fourth preseason contest, 207 sixth-round draft pick RB Elijah McGuire helped ignite the offense on their second quarter touchdown drive. McGuire tallied three carries for 56 yards, including an impressive 34-yard burst to set up the offense in the red zone, marking the longest preseason rush by a Jet since RB Bilal Powell s 37-yard scamper in 203. In the Jets 207 Week One matchup at BUF (9/0), McGuire made his NFL debut, contributing on special teams. 207 NEW YORK JETS MEDIA 3

14 Team Notes 99 STEVE McLENDON In his first season with the Jets (206), DL Steve McLendon posted career highs in both total tackles (35) and sacks (3.5) despite missing the final five games of the season. Additionally, McLendon registered at least five tackles in four of his games in 206, matching his career total from McLendon in 206 Stat 206 Total Previous High Tackles 35* 33 Sacks *Surpassed his single-season high in the 0th game of BILAL POWELL Among qualifying running backs in 206 (minimum 00 carries), RB Bilal Powell posted the second best yards per carry average, gaining 5.5 yards per run. Highest Rushing Average (206; min. 00 atts.) Player Att. Yds. Avg. Mike Gillislee (BUF) Bilal Powell (NYJ) LeSean McCoy (BUF) 234, Jordan Howard (CHI) 252, Mark Ingram (NO) 205, In addition to finishing second in the league in 206, Powell s 5.5 average placed him first in franchise history among qualifying running backs. He became just the fourth player in team history with a 5.00 per carry average with at least 00 carries in a season. Highest Rushing Avg. in Jets History (Single Season) Player Year Att. Yds. Avg. Bilal Powell Freeman McNeil Blair Thomas Shonn Greene Clark Gaines During the 207 preseason, Powell led the Jets in receiving and ranked seventh-best in the NFL, logging eight catches for 47 yards (8.4 avg.), including an 85-yard touchdown reception in Week Three. The 85-yard touchdown catch marked the longest completion for the Jets in the preseason since KALIF RAYMOND Despite going undrafted and only appearing in four games during the 206 season, WR Kalif Raymond was still able to show his skillset in the return game. Raymond was one of only players that averaged at least 0 yards per punt return (with a minimum of 0 punt returns). Player Team PR PR Yds PR Avg Tyreek Hill KC Will Fuller HST Marcus Sherels MIN Darren Sproles PHI Andre Roberts ATL Jamison Crowder WAS Brandon Tate BUF Eric Weems TEN Tommylee Lewis NO Jarvis Landry MIA Kalif Raymond NYJ 0. In the Jets 207 Week One matchup at BUF (9/0), Raymond made his Jets debut, returning three punts for 27 yards (including a 25-yard return) and two kickoffs for 45 yards. 8 ArDARIUS STEWART In the 207 preseason, third-round draft choice WR ArDarius Stewart ranked among the NFL s best in receiving, finishing 4th in the league after posting eight receptions for 3 yards (4. avg.) and two touchdowns, both of which he scored in Week Three (8/26). Stewart became the first Jets rookie since 2000 to score two touchdowns in a preseason game. In the Jets 207 Week One matchup at BUF (9/0), Stewart made his NFL debut as a starting wide receiver, logging two receptions for 0 yards. 83 ERIC TOMLINSON In the Jets 207 Week One matchup at BUF (9/0), TE Eric Tomlinson hauled in his first NFL reception on a 25-yard pass from QB Josh Mc- Cown. The reception marked the Jets longest play on the game and led to a 48-yard FG by K Chandler Catanzaro the first New York score of the 207 season. 82 WILL TYE Since 205, TE Will Tye ranks among the top tight ends in the NFL in terms of receptions per target, hauling in 90 passes on 32 attempts. Highest Receptions per Target Pct. (TEs since 205) Player Team G Tgt Rec Jordan Reed WAS Jason Witten DAL Travis Kelce KC Martellus Bennett GB Zach Ertz PHI Eric Ebron DET Will Tye NYJ Additionally, Tye ranks among the top 25 tight ends in numerous categories, such as targets (tied for 6th with 32 targets), receptions (6th with 90 receptions), receiving yards (2st with 859 yards), receiving first downs (tied for 24th with 39 catches resulting in a first down), big plays receiving (tied for 6th with six receptions of 25+ yards) and yards after catch (6th with 403 yards after catch). Tye made his Jets debut in the 207 Week One matchup at BUF (9/0), hauling in all three of his targets for 34 yards on the game. Tye s 2- yard reception in the third quarter helped setup the Jets only touchdown and marked the team s second-longest play of the game. 92 LEONARD WILLIAMS In his second NFL season (206), DL Leonard Williams, who was selected to his first Pro Bowl, registered a career-high 7.0 sacks. Since 982, when sacks became an official statistic, Williams has recorded the third-most sacks by a player in his second season in franchise history, according to radar NEW YORK JETS MEDIA INFORMATION

15 Team Notes 92 LEONARD WILLIAMS (cont.) Jets Players with the Most Sacks in their Second Season Player Season Sacks John Abraham Sheldon Richardson Leonard Williams Shaun Ellis Kerry Rhodes Muhammad Wilkerson In the Jets 207 Week One matchup at BUF (9/0), Williams posted a team-high two QB hits while adding a QB pressure and five tackles. 20 MARCUS WILLIAMS Of the 6 players with at least nine interceptions since the start of 204, only six players were selected in the fifth round or later. Of those six players, only CB Marcus Williams started fewer than 33 games in the last three seasons. Players w/ 9+ INTs Selected in the 5th Round or Later (204-6) Player GS DrftRd INTs FF Total Mike Adams 44 UdFA Kurt Coleman 33 7th 2 Richard Sherman 48 5th 0 Marcus Williams 4 UdFA 9 2 Reshad Jones 34 5th 9 0 Brent Grimes 47 UdFA 9 0 PASS DEFENSE Last season (206), the Jets secondary surrendered passing yards per game since Week Eight, a mark that ranked fifth in the NFL during that span. Additionally, the unit allowed 75-or-fewer passing yards in two road contests during that stretch. 206 Passing Defense (Since Week Eight) Team Passing Yards/Gm DEN JAX 25.2 CHI 222. CLV NYJ In the 207 Week One matchup at BUF (9/0), the Jets secondary featured four new players in S Jamal Adams, S Terrence Brooks, CB Morris Claiborne and S Marcus Maye. Along with CB Juston Burris and CB Buster Skrine, the Jets secondary limited BUF s wide receiving corps to just four receptions for 83 yards. Additionally, Burris recorded his second-career interception on a tipped pass in the end zone, returning it 48 yards to the Jets 42-yard line. PRACTICE SQUAD Of the 29 players that appeared on the practice squad for the Jets in 206, 3 were promoted to the active roster, including every player that spent at least seven weeks on the practice squad. RUNNING BACK TANDEM Last season, RBs Bilal Powell (,0) and Matt Forté (,076) both produced,000-plus yards from scrimmage, adding the Jets to a list of just 0 teams in the last 0 seasons that have seen multiple running backs achieve,000-yards from scrimmage campaigns in the same year. For Powell and Forté, they achieved the feat despite just 349 offensive touches, the fewest of any team on the list. Teams w/ Two RBs that Posted,000+ Total Yards since 2007 Team (Players) Year Plays Total Yds Rush Yds Rec. Yds JAX (Jones-Drew/Taylor) ,435, MIN (Peterson/Taylor) ,734 2, NYG (Ward/Jacobs) ,534 2,4 420 CAR (Williams/Stewart) ,64 2, KC (Charles/Jones) ,953 2, HST (Foster/Tate) ,88 2,66 75 SD (Mathews/Woodhead) ,478, CIN (Hill/Bernard) ,368, TB (Martin/Sims) ,763, NYJ (Powell/Forté) ,86, ROOKIE SAFETY TANDEM Drafted by the Jets in the first round (sixth overall) of the 207 NFL Draft, Jets rookie S Jamal Adams appeared in 37 games (26 starts) over three years at LSU, including 24 consecutive starts over the last two seasons. Adams finished his collegiate career with 209 tackles, (7.5 for loss), five interceptions and 2.0 sacks, playing on two top 0 defenses in his three seasons with the Tigers despite having three different coordinators. Before being selected by the Jets in the second round (39th overall) of the 207 NFL Draft, fellow Jets rookie S Marcus Maye appeared in 45 games (32 starts) over four years at Florida, recording 20 tackles (7.0 for loss), seven forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, five interceptions, 7 passes defensed and a sack. In the 207 season opener at BUF (9/0), Adams and Maye became the first starting rookie safety tandem in franchise history and the first in league history since the AFL/NFL merger in 970. Prior to 207, the Jets opening day secondary had not featured two rookies in the starting lineup since 988. STRONG FINISH A pair of top defensive draft picks in 206 finished the season strong last year. First-round selection, LB Darron Lee, made starts in the final six games of the season and registered 40 of his 76 tackles, including a single-game best of vs. NE (/27/6). Additionally, former third-round pick, LB Jordan Jenkins, posted all 2.5 of his sacks over his last four games, including at least a half-sack in three of the four. In the 207 season opener at BUF (9/0), Lee posted double-digit tackles, registering 0, including a tackle for loss. Lee also added a sack on the game. 207 NEW YORK JETS MEDIA 5

16 Todd Bowles TODD BOWLES UNDER TODD BOWLES Todd Bowles, the 6th full-time head coach in franchise history, returns for his third season with the Jets following a 5- campaign in 206. Despite tying an NFL record with 75 players used in the regular season - including 49 different starters - Bowles oversaw a Jets defense in 206 that continued to display his defensive prowress in limiting the opponent s rushing attack, allowing just 3.69 yards per carry while holding nine different opposing lead ball carriers to under 3.5 yards per rush. AREAS OF FOCUS For Bowles, the key to having a successful team comes from executing in four key areas: running the ball, third down, red zone efficiency and turnovers. Through his first two seasons, Bowles has seen his defensive unit rank in the top five in the first categories, while finishing in the top half of the league in takeaways. Rushing Defense (Yds/Gm) Third Down Defense (%) Rushing Offense (Yds/Gm) College: Temple Hometown: Elizabeth, NJ NFL Experience: 20 3rd in NFL (9.) NFL Avg. (08.9) 4th in NFL (36.4) NFL Avg. (39.3) 8th in NFL (4.7) NFL Avg. (08.9) Big Plays Rushing (Rushes of 0+ Yds) 4th in NFL (06) NFL Avg. (92.) NFL COACHING HISTORY After a decorated eight-year playing career (986-93), one that included stops at WAS and SF and culminated in a Super Bowl win in 987, Bowles found success working for seven different teams, in varying capacities, both as a secondary coach and as a defensive coordinator. 205-PRESENT HEAD COACH DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR 202 SECONDARY/INTERIM HEAD COACH 20 INTERIM HEAD COACH ASST. HEAD COACH/ SECONDARY DEFENSIVE BACKS 2004 SECONDARY DEFENSIVE NICKEL PACKAGE 2000 DEFENSIVE BACKS PRO BOWL(ES) Over Bowles time in Arizona and New York, eight different players at six different positions have been awarded Pro Bowl honors, including five in his first season as Head Coach: LB John Abraham, LB David Harris, RB Chris Ivory, WR Brandon Marshall, DL Calais Campbell, DL Muhammad Wilkerson, DL Leonard Williams, CB Patrick Peterson and CB Darrelle Revis NEW YORK JETS MEDIA INFORMATION

17 Todd Bowles PENALTIES Coach Bowles Jets have displayed a great deal of poise the past two years, highlighted by the team s ability to avoid penalties. The Jets are tied for the fewest penalties in the NFL during the 205 and 206 seasons with 89. The Jets also top the NFL in fewest penalty yards during that span, registering just,624 penalty yards (245 yards less than the league average). Least Penalized Teams (Since 205) Team Penalties Rank Yards Rank NYJ 89 t-st,624 st NE 89 t-st,678 6th NYG 90 3rd,636 2nd HISTORICAL CONTAINMENT Opposing rushing attacks have been limited in contests against the Jets under Bowles. Since becoming the Head Coach of the Jets, Bowles defense has set the franchise record for an oppenent s rushing yards on three separate occasions, including the current record of yards in a game against BLT (0/23/6). New York Jets Record for Opposing Rushing Yards Opponent Yards Allowed Date BLT 0/23/6 MIA 2 /29/5 NE 6 0/25/5 CONTROLLING THE GROUND During Bowles tenure, the Jets have ranked near the top of the NFL in numerous offensive and defensive rushing categories. Over the seasons, the Jets rank fourth in big plays rushing, logging 06 rushes of 0+ yards (nearly 4 plays more than the league average). Additionally, the Jets rank eighth with 4.7 rushing yards/game and th in rushing average with 4.24 yards/carry. Top Rushing Defenses (Since 205) Team Yds Rk Avg Rk TDs Rk NYJ 2,96 3rd nd 5 2nd SEA 2,79 st 3.48 st 26 t-9th CAR 2,880 2nd th 22 th AWARD TOUR Despite key injuries in 204, including losses to four starters, Bowles defense in Arizona succeeded in allowing the fifth-fewest points in the NFL (8.7) and producing the seventh-most interceptions by season s end. Bowles efforts earned him the distinction of the Associated Press Assistant Coach of the Year and the Pro Football Writers Association Assistant Coach of the Year, respectively. 70-or-Less Rush Yards Games Allowed (Since 205) Team No. of Games CAR 5 NYJ 3 SEA 3 BLT NEW YORK JETS MEDIA 7

18 Coaching Capsules MIKE CALDWELL ASSISTANT HEAD COACH INSIDE LINEBACKERS Mike Caldwell returns for his third season as the team s assistant head coach inside linebackers coach after joining Head Coach Todd Bowles staff from the outset in 205, guiding a group that last year saw 206 first-round draft choice Darron Lee post 40 of his 76 tackles as a starter over the season s final six games. His charges were part of a defense that allowed just 3.69 yards per carry to opposing ball carriers, the fourth lowest average in the league, as the Jets were one of just five teams to surrender 9 or fewer rushing yards in a game 0 times, despite facing six of the top-0 running backs in rushing yards. In his first season with the Jets (205), Caldwell s unit was part of a defense that helped to set a franchise record with just 83.4 rushing yards per game allowed, as two of his linebackers, David Harris and Demario Davis, finished first and second on the team in total tackles with 28 and 8, respectively. Prior to joining the Jets, Caldwell oversaw an ARZ linebacker group that contributed to a defense (coordinated by Bowles) that ranked fifth in points allowed per game in 205 (8.7) despite the key losses of inside linebackers Karlos Dansby (free agency) and Daryl Washington (injury). BRANT BOYER SPECIAL TEAMS COORDINATOR Brant Boyer returns for his second season as the special teams coordinator after initially joining Head Coach Todd Bowles staff in 206. In his first season, kicker Nick Folk connected on 87.% of his field goal attempts, tied for the sixth best in the league last season and the fourth highest mark in team history. Additionally, seventh-round rookie punter Lachlan Edwards matched a team rookie record with 75 punts. Boyer joined the Jets after a four-year tenure in IND (202-5), where he aided a special teams unit that ranked in the top 0 league-wide during that span in net punting average (third), kickoff return average (fourth), kickoff touchbacks (fourth) and field goal percentage (seventh), despite using three different players as primary punt returners and four different kick returners in his four seasons. JOHN MORTON OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR John Morton was named the Jets offensive coordinator on January 3st, joining the team after 5 seasons in the NFL, the last two with NO as the team s wide receivers coach. Over the last two seasons, NO wide receivers led the NFL with 507 receptions and 6,682 yards. Of that total, all but 49 receptions and 444 yards came from wide receivers with three or fewer years of experience. Under Morton, wide receivers Brandin Cooks and Michael Thomas each produced,00-yard seasons, while Cooks, Thomas, Willie Snead IV and Brandon Coleman all produced multiple touchdowns in each of their seasons under Morton despite all having threeor-fewer years of NFL experience. Before his return to NO, Morton worked in SF coaching wide receivers (20-4) for a team that reached the Super Bowl XLVII (202) and the playoffs in three out his of four years. During that span, both wide receivers Anquan Boldin (203-4) and Michael Crabtree (202) produced,000-yard seasons. In addition to Boldin and Crabtree, three other players produced multiple touchdown seasons under him. KACY RODGERS DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR Kacy Rodgers returns for his third season as the Jets defensive coordinator after leading a 206 defense that saw the rushing defense allow just 3.69 yards per carry, the fourth lowest average in the league, continuing the group s success against the run. Over his two seasons as defensive coordinator, Rodgers group has held opposing runners to just 9. yards per game, the third fewest in the league during that span. Opposing ball carriers have gained just 3.64 yards per carry, the second best in the league. In his first season as defensive coordinator (205), Rodgers unit registered 30 takeaways, increasing the team s total by 7 from the previous season, tying for the third most in the league and the most since the team recorded 3 in 20. As a whole, the defense ranked in the top 0 in five major defensive categories, including points (No. 9), total defense (No. 4), rushing defense (No. 2), third downs (No. 3) and red zone (No. ). Prior to joining the Jets, Rodgers spent seven seasons coaching the defensive line in MIA. During his tenure, the MIA defense totaled 287 sacks, third most in the league during that span, and ranked in the top 0 in opponents rushing average (4.02 yards per carry) and rushing touchdowns allowed (80). In 204, the MIA defensive line produced 30.5 of the team s 39.0 sacks, the third consecutive season that it accounted for over 70% of the team s total NEW YORK JETS MEDIA INFORMATION

19 Coaching Capsules TIM ATKINS DEFENSIVE QUALITY CONTROL Tim Atkins returns for his second season as the team s defensive quality control coach after initially joining Head Coach Todd Bowles staff in 206. Prior to joining the Jets, Atkins worked with CLV charting games for two seasons (204-5) and as a defensive assistant with BUF for two seasons (20-2). Before joining BUF, he spent time in a variety of roles, including defensive quality control for the Florida Tuskers of the UFL, graduate assistant at Florida Atlantic University, defensive assistant for MIA and wide receivers coach (2005) and safeties coach (2004) at Whittier College after breaking in as an assistant defensive backs coach with Hamilton (AZ) HS. JEREMY BATES QUARTERBACKS Jeremy Bates was named quarterbacks coach on February 8th, 207, marking his return to the Jets, whom he coached for in For Bates, the position marks his first in the NFL since 202 when he coached quarterbacks with CHI. Prior to his time in CHI, Bates spent one season as the offensive coordinator for SEA, overseeing an offense that averaged 3.5 points in the postseason. Between NFL positions, Bates spent one season at the University of Southern California, where he worked with Jets Offensive Coordinator John Morton (then the USC offensive coordinator/wide receivers coach) as the school s assistant head coach/quarterbacks coach. ROBBY BROWN DEFENSIVE ASSISTANT Robby Brown returns for his third season with the Jets and his first as a defensive assistant, making the move to the other side of the ball after two years as the team s offensive quality control coach. Prior to joining the Jets, Brown coached in the collegiate ranks for 0 seasons, working at South Alabama, Northwestern State, Valdosta State, Henderson State, Southwest Baptist and Troy. As offensive coordinator for Valdosta State in 202, Brown helped the team capture the NCAA Division II National Championship, while averaging 469 yards and scoring 40 points per game. DAVID DIAZ-INFANTE ASSISTANT OFFENSIVE LINE David Diaz-Infante returns for his second season with the Jets, and his third straight year with the club after he spent time as a training camp intern (205). Last season, Diaz-Infante coached an offensive line that saw nine different starters, including multiple starters at four of the five positions as four projected starters finished the year on injured reserve. Despite the turnover, the line helped blocked for an offense that finished in the top half of the league in both rushing yards (2th) and sacks allowed (t-6th). Prior to his time with the Jets, Diaz-Infante served as an offensive assistant with ARZ for two seasons (203-4), working on the same coaching staff as Bowles, who was the defensive coordinator at the time. KARL DORRELL WIDE RECEIVERS Karl Dorrell returns for his third season as the Jets wide receivers coach, marking his 28th season coaching at either the collegiate and professional level. Last season, following an injury to Eric Decker, Dorrell would get increased contributions from Quincy Enunwa, who established career bests in every category and led the team in receiving yards and receiving touchdowns. Undrafted rookie wide receiver Robby Anderson finished with the sixth most receiving yards among rookie wide receivers in 206 and finished seventh in franchise history for most receiving yards by a rookie, becoming the first Jets receiver with multiple touchdown receptions of 40+ yards since 200. In his first season with the Jets (205), Dorrell oversaw a record-setting receiving group led by Brandon Marshall, who earned Pro Bowl recognition after posting franchise marks with 09 receptions (fourth in the league),,502 yards (fourth) and 4 receiving touchdowns (tied for first). Additionally, Decker and Marshall would combine for the most receptions and receiving touchdowns of any wide receiver duo in Jets history while finishing second in team annals in total receiving yards. The pair also logged touchdowns in the same game nine times, besting the previous NFL record established in NEW YORK JETS MEDIA 9

20 Coaching Capsules LA ROI GLOVER ASSISTANT DEFENSIVE LINE La Roi Glover was named assistant defensive line coach this offseason after seven years of experience working in the NFL and a 3-year playing career that saw him selected to multiple Pro Bowls. Prior to joining the Jets, Glover spent seven seasons working as the Director of Player Programs for SL LA. In that role he was responsible for assisting players with their transition into professional football and the development of programs to address off-the-field matters. Glover spent 3 seasons as a defensive tackle in the league, playing in 93 games, that included 9 consecutive to finish his career, for OAK (996), NO ( ), DAL ( ) and SL ( ). He amassed 83.5 sacks during his career and was selected to six consecutive Pro Bowl teams, while also receiving All-Pro recognition four times. He was a first-team selection for the 2000s All-Decade team. During the 2000 season, Glover led the league with 7.0 sacks, the second most in league history among defensive tackles, and was named NFL Alumni Defensive Lineman of the Year as well as NFC Defensive Player of the Year. KEVIN GREENE OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS Kevin Greene joined the New York Jets staff as the team s outside linebackers coach on January 28th, 207, his second coaching position in the NFL following a 5-season, Hall-of-Fame playing career. Prior to joining the Jets, Greene spent five seasons with GB as their outside linebackers coach. In those five seasons, GB produced sacks, the fourth most in the league, while linebacker Clay Matthews produced 50.0 total sacks, the third most of any player and the most among any outside linebackers. Additionally, nine different outside linebackers produced multi-sack seasons for GB under Greene, including five rookies. As a 3-4 outside linebacker during his playing career, Greene played for four different teams LAN, PIT, CAR and SF and notched 60.0 career sacks, the third most in league history and the most by a linebacker. A five-time Pro Bowl selection and three-time All-Pro selection, Greene registered 0 double-digit sack seasons and led his team in sacks times while leading the league twice. He played in six conference championship games and one Super Bowl (XXX) and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 206. JEFF HAMMERSCHMIDT ASSISTANT SPECIAL TEAMS Jeff Hammerschmidt returns for his second season as the assistant special teams coach. He initially joined the staff with Special Teams Coordinator Brant Boyer in 206, his first season in the NFL after a 24-year career coaching in the collegiate ranks. In Hammerschmidt s first season, kicker Nick Folk connected on 87.% of his field goal attempts, tied for the sixth best in the league last season and the fourth-highest mark in team history. Additionally, seventh-round rookie punter Lachlan Edwards matched a team-rookie record with 75 punts. Prior to joining the Jets, Hammerschmidt served as a special teams coordinator for his alma mater Arizona (2008-) before working in the same capacity at Colorado State (202-5). In his time with the Rams, both the punter and kicker received honorable mention all-conference honors. Throughout his career, Hammerschmidt has coached every level of the defense (secondary, linebackers and defensive line) while also serving as a defensive coordinator for Southern Utah (996-97), Saint Mary s ( ) and Montana ( ). He began his coaching career in 992 as a graduate assistant at Arizona and has since worked with a handful of current and former NFL players, including Kris Dielman, Adewale Ogunleye, Antwaan Randle El and Brooks Reed. JIMMIE JOHNSON TIGHT ENDS Jimmie Johnson returns for his third season as the Jets tight ends coach, originally joining the staff in 205. In two seasons under Johnson, the tight ends have helped block for a rushing attack that has produced 4.7 yards per game, the eighth best average in the league. Last season (206), in-season waiver claim Austin Seferian-Jenkins posted eight of his 0 catches with the Jets over his final five contests. Prior to joining the Jets, Johnson spent eight seasons as the MIN tight ends coach, utilizing a variety of different players in his time there. During his time in MIN, four different tight ends led the group in receptions, including Jermaine Wiggins (2006), Visanthe Shiancoe (2007-), Kyle Rudolph (202) and John Carlson (203). Under Johnson, Shiancoe posted 208 catches for 2,424 yards and 24 touchdowns in five seasons, despite amassing just 35 catches for 253 yards and three touchdowns in the four seasons prior to joining MIN. In his final two seasons with Johnson, Rudolph, a former second-round selection, posted 2 touchdowns. Although he missed eight games in those two seasons, Rudolph s 2 touchdowns tied for the fifth-most among tight ends in the NFL. In their time under Johnson, MIN tight ends also excelled in the red zone, producing 36 touchdowns on just 75 targets, or almost half a touchdown per target, the best in the league NEW YORK JETS MEDIA INFORMATION

21 Coaching Capsules MICK LOMBARDI OFFENSIVE ASSISTANT ASSISTANT QUARTERBACKS Mick Lombardi was named as an offensive assistant assistant quarterbacks coach on Head Coach Todd Bowles staff on February 7th, 207. Lombardi joins the Jets after spending the last four years working with SF in a variety of roles. This season marks Lombardi s seventh season in the NFL after previously working with both SF and NE. With SF, Lombardi worked on both sides of the ball as an offensive quality control coach (206) and offensive assistant (204) and as a defensive assistant (205) working with the defensive backs. He joined SF in 203 as an assistant to Head Coach Jim Harbaugh. Prior to his time with SF, Lombardi spent two seasons with NE, first as a scouting assistant (20) and then as a scouting and coaching assistant (202), working with the offense. STEVE MARSHALL OFFENSIVE LINE Steve Marshall returns for his third season as the Jets offensive line coach, his 37th season coaching football and 0th in the NFL. Last season, Marshall coached an offensive line that saw nine different starters, including multiple starters at four of the five positions as four projected starters finished the year on injured reserve. Despite the turnover, the line helped blocked for an offense that finished in the top half of the league in both rushing yards (2th) and sacks allowed (t-6th). In his first season (205), Marshall s offensive line ranked in the top 0 in the league in sacks allowed, helping quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and running back Chris Ivory both establish career-best seasons as Fitzpatrick set a franchise record for most passing touchdowns (3) and Ivory earned Pro Bowl honors after gaining an AFC-leading,070 yards rushing. Prior to the Jets, Marshall s lines helped two quarterbacks, Derek Anderson (CLV, 2007) and Aaron Rodgers (GB, 204) earn Pro Bowl appearances. In CLV, he helped rookie first-round draft choice offensive tackle Joe Thomas earn Pro Bowl honors in his first two seasons, adding All-Pro recognition in his second, while his lines paved the way for running back Jamal Lewis to gain over,000 yards each year. DAYLON McCUTCHEON ASSISTANT DEFENSIVE BACKS Daylon McCutcheon returns for his third season as the Jets assistant defensive backs coach after making his NFL coaching debut in 205. Since 205, the Jets secondary has ranked in the top 0 in both passing defense and completion percentage allowed. Last season, the Jets improved from the league s lowest-ranked passing defense, allowing 302. yards per contest over the first eight weeks, to the league s second-ranked passing defense, allowing just yards per game. In his first full season with the Jets (205), the defensive backs produced all 8 of the team s interceptions (fifth-most in the NFL), and held opposing quarterbacks to the lowest completion percentage in the league (57. percent) and the sixth-lowest quarterback ranking (79.0). McCutcheon returned to the Jets after spending the 203 training camp as a minority coaching intern, working with the defense. Prior to returning to the Jets, he assisted ARZ in the same capacity during the 204 training camp, working with Todd Bowles, Mike Caldwell and the ARZ defense. STUMP MITCHELL RUNNING BACKS Lyvonia Stump Mitchell joined the staff as the team s running backs coach on February st, 207, marking his 6th season coaching running backs in the NFL. Prior to joining the Jets, Mitchell spent nine seasons in SEA ( ), two seasons in WAS (998-99) and the last four seasons in ARZ (203-6), turning an ARZ rushing attack that ranked 24th or worse each season from , including 32nd four times, to a top 0 rushing offense over the last two seasons. Under Mitchell, four different backs Ricky Watters (999-00), Shaun Alexander (200-05), Clinton Portis (2008) and David Johnson (206) have gained,000 yards rushing in a season, while Andre Ellington produced,000 scrimmage yards in each of his first two NFL seasons (203-4). Additionally, Alexander (five times) and Johnson (each of the last two seasons) have produced 0 or more scrimmage touchdowns in a season, including Alexander s then-nfl record 28 in 2005 and Johnson s league-leading 20 last season. He has helped produce five Pro Bowl players: Alexander, Johnson, Portis, as well as fullbacks Mack Strong and Mike Sellers. 207 NEW YORK JETS MEDIA 2

22 Coaching Capsules ROBERT NUNN DEFENSIVE LINE Robert Nunn was named the defensive line coach for the Jets on January 3st, 207, his 8th season as a coach in the NFL and his 30th season coaching football. Prior to the Jets, Nunn worked with CLV (206), NYG (200-5), TB (2009), GB ( ), MIA (200-02, 04) and WAS (2003). He has been part of six top-0 defenses for three different teams, while 9 different players have produced at least 5.0 sacks in a season under him. Of those 9, matched or established their single-season career bests while coached by him. Among the players coached by Nunn in the NFL are Hall of Famers Bruce Smith, who broke the NFL career sacks record under him in 2003, and Jason Taylor, who established a single-season best 8.5 sacks in 2002, as well as Jason Pierre-Paul and Justin Tuck, both of whom registered multiple 0+ sack seasons with him. Before entering the coaching ranks in the NFL, Nunn spent 2 years coaching at the collegiate level, including eight seasons as the head coach (992-99) at Georgia Military College in Milledgeville, GA after spending his first season at the school (99) as the defensive coordinator. Among his other stops were coaching defensive ends at Tennessee, where he coached current Jets defensive coordinator Kacy Rodgers, and one season as the defensive line coach at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College (988). DENNARD WILSON DEFENSIVE BACKS Dennard Wilson joined the Jets staff as the team s defensive backs coach on January 8th, 207 after five seasons with SL LA. With the Rams, Wilson held the defensive backs coaching position for the last two seasons, overseeing a passing defense that improved from 23rd in 205 to ninth overall in 206. Since 205, cornerback Trumaine Johnson has picked off eight passes, tied for the fifth most in the league and third most among corners. Before spending the last two seasons as the defensive backs coach, Wilson worked as the SL defensive quality control coach after joining the team in 202. Wilson entered the NFL coaching ranks with SL after four years as a pro scout with CHI, evaluating pro players and scouting opponents. JASON VRABLE OFFENSIVE ASSISTANT Jason Vrable was named to the staff as an offensive assistant on February 7th, 207. Vrable joins the Jets after spending the previous four seasons with BUF. In BUF, Vrable spent the first three seasons as offensive quality control coach before being promoted to assistant quarterbacks coach. He assumed the role of interim running backs coach following Anthony Lynn s promotion to offensive coordinator in Week Three. Since Week Three, BUF running backs Mike Gillislee (5.7) and LeSean McCoy (5.67) led all qualifying NFL runners in rushing average as the pair also accounted for 23 total touchdowns as part of a BUF offense that finished first in the league in rushing yards per game. Prior to entering the NFL coaching ranks, Vrable spent two seasons at Syracuse, first working as an assistant to the wide receivers coach and then as an assistant to the quarterbacks coach. Following his time with the Orange, Vrable spent two seasons at the Univeristy of Charleston as the school s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, as the school led its conference in total offense and rushing offense NEW YORK JETS MEDIA INFORMATION

23 Building the Jets 23 DRAFT SELECTIONS Year Player Draft Round 20 Muhammad Wilkerson Bilal Powell 4 Jeremy Kerley Demario Davis Brian Winters Dakota Dozier 4c 205 Leonard Williams Bryce Petty Darron Lee Christian Hackenberg 2 Jordan Jenkins 3 Juston Burris 4 Brandon Shell 5 Lachlan Edwards 7a Charone Peake 7b 207 Jamal Adams Marcus Maye 2 ArDarius Stewart 3 Chad Hansen 4 Jordan Leggett 5a Dylan Donahue 5b Elijah McGuire 6a Derrick Jones 6c Re-signed in Re-acquired via trade in UNDRAFTED FREE AGENTS Year Player 203 Rontez Miles 204 Brent Qvale 206 Robby Anderson Claude Pelon 5 FREE AGENTS Year Player How Acquired 204 Marcus Williams (FA) 205 James Carpenter (UFA-SEA) Julian Howsare (FA) Josh Martin (FA) Buster Skrine (UFA-CLV) Julian Stanford (FA) 206 Bruce Carter (FA) Matt Forté (UFA-CHI) Steve McLendon (UFA-PIT) Eric Tomlinson (FA) 207 Kelvin Beachum (UFA-JAX) Chandler Catanzaro (FA) Morris Claiborne (UFA-DAL) Jonotthan Harrison (UFA-IND) Josh McCown (FA) 8 RESERVE INJURED Player How Acquired Year Quincy Enunwa Drafted (6th) 204 Brisly Estime Undrafted Free Agent 207 Chris Gragg Free Agent 207 Anthony Johnson Free Agent 206 Bryson Keeton Undrafted Free Agent 206 Lorenzo Mauldin Drafted (3rd) 205 Doug Middleton Undrafted Free Agent 206 Devin Smith Drafted (2nd) 205 RESERVE NON-FOOTBALL INJURY Player How Acquired Year Jeremy Clark Drafted (6th) 207 TRADE WAIVER CLAIMS Year Player Previous Team 203 Ben Ijalana (W-IND) 204 Wesley Johnson (W-PIT) 206 Mike Pennel (W-GB) Darryl Roberts (W-NE) 207 Terrence Brooks (T-PHI) Kony Ealy (W-NE) Thomas Hennessy (T-IND) Jermaine Kearse (T-SEA) Kalif Raymond (W-DEN) Edmond Robinson (W-MIN) Will Tye (W-NYG) 207 NEW YORK JETS MEDIA 23

24 Roster Breakdown ROSTER COMPARISON Rookies and First-Year Players 2 4 Players with Three-Years-or-Less of NFL Experience Players Ages 30-or-Older 3 2 Players Drafted by the Jets 22 2 Average Age of Roster Average Years of NFL Experience on Roster ROSTER NOTABLES No. of First-Round Draft Picks (Drafted By): 6 Jamal Adams (NYJ), James Carpenter (SEA), Morris Claiborne (DAL), Darron Lee (NYJ), Muhammad Wilkerson (NYJ), Leonard Williams (NYJ) No. of Second-Round Draft Picks (Drafted By): 6 Bruce Carter (DAL), Kony Ealy (CAR), Matt Forté (CHI), Christian Hackenberg (NYJ), Ben Ijalana (IND), Marcus Maye (NYJ) No. of Third-Round Draft Picks (Drafted By): 6 Terrence Brooks (BLT), Demario Davis (NYJ), Jordan Jenkins (NYJ), Josh McCown (ARZ), ArDarius Stewart (NYJ), Brian Winters (NYJ) No. of Fourth-Seventh-Round Draft Picks (Drafted By): 9 Kelvin Beachum (PIT), Juston Burris (NYJ), Dylan Donahue (NYJ), Dakota Dozier (NYJ), Lachlan Edwards (NYJ), Chad Hansen (NYJ), Wesley Johnson (PIT), Derrick Jones (NYJ), Jeremy Kerley (NYJ), Jordan Leggett (NYJ), Elijah McGuire (NYJ), Charone Peake (NYJ), Bryce Petty (NYJ), Bilal Powell (NYJ), Darryl Roberts (NE), Edmond Robinson (MIN), Brandon Shell (NYJ), Buster Skrine (CLV), Neal Sterling (JAX) No. of Undrafted Players (Original Team): 6 Robby Anderson (NYJ), Chandler Catanzaro (ARZ), Jonotthan Harrison (IND), Thomas Hennessy (NE), Jermaine Kearse (SEA), Josh Martin (KC), Steve McLendon (PIT), Rontez Miles (NYJ), Claude Pelon (NYJ), Mike Pennel (GB), Brent Qvale (NYJ), Kalif Raymond (DEN), Julian Stanford (JAX), Eric Tomlinson (PHI), Will Tye (NYG), Marcus Williams (HST) Longest Tenured Jet Bilal Powell, Muhammad Wilkerson Youngest Player Jamal Adams Oldest Player Josh McCown Most Experience Josh McCown Tallest Player Brent Qvale Shortest Player Kalif Raymond, Buster Skrine Furthest Away From Home (in miles)... 0, Lachlan Edwards (Melbourne, Australia) ROSTER SUPERLATIVES NOTABLE NUMBERS States represented on roster State with most players on roster Florida School with most players on roster Clemson Players from New Jersey on the roster Ben Ijalana, Neal Sterling, Muhammad Wilkerson Coaches who played in the NFL Todd Bowles, Brant Boyer, Mike Caldwell, Karl Dorrell, La Roi Glover, Kevin Greene, Jeff Hammerschmidt, Jimmie Johnson, Daylon McCutcheon, Steve Mitchell, John Morton, Dennard Wilson National Champions on the roster Terrence Brooks, James Carpenter, Darron Lee, Jordan Leggett, ArDarius Stewart 207 NEW YORK JETS MEDIA INFORMATION

25 Hometown Breakdown Robby Anderson Terrence Brooks Jonotthan Harrison Jordan Leggett Marcus Maye Claude Pelon Bilal Powell Darryl Roberts Leonard Williams 6 Jamal Adams Kelvin Beachum Jeremy Kerley Josh McCown Bryce Petty Eric Tomlinson 5 Chandler Catanzaro Dakota Dozier Charone Peake Edmond Robinson Brandon Shell 4 James Carpenter Jordan Jenkins Kalif Raymond Buster Skrine FLORIDA Fort Lauderdale Dunnellon Groveland Navarre Melbourne Miami Lakeland Lakeland Daytona Beach TEXAS Lewisville Mexia Austin Jacksonville Midlothian Klein SOUTH CAROLINA Greenville West Columbia Moore St. John s Island Goose Creek GEORGIA Augusta Hamilton Lawrenceville Woodstock 3 Morris Claiborne Matt Forté Elijah McGuire 3 Ben Ijalana Neal Sterling Muhammad Wilkerson 2 Steve McLendon ArDarius Stewart 2 Julian Stanford Will Tye 2 Josh Martin Mike Pennel 2 Demario Davis Derrick Jones 2 Juston Burris Bruce Carter 2 Darron Lee Brian Winters LOUISIANA Shreveport Lake Charles Houma NEW JERSEY North Brunswick Belmar Linden ALABAMA Ozark Fultondale CONNECTICUT Bloomfield Middletown COLORADO Aurora Denver MISSISSIPPI Collins Europa NORTH CAROLINA Raleigh Havelock OHIO New Albany Hudson Chad Hansen Marcus Williams Kony Ealy Dylan Donahue Thomas Hennessy Brent Qvale Rontez Miles Wesley Johnson Christian Hackenberg Jermaine Kearse Lachlan Edwards CALIFORNIA Fillmore MINNESOTA Minneapolis MISSOURI St. Louis MONTANA Billings NEW YORK Bardonia NORTH DAKOTA Williston PENNSYLVANIA Braddock TENNESSEE Nashville VIRGINIA Palmyra WASHINGTON Lakewood INTERNATIONAL Hastings, Australia 207 NEW YORK JETS MEDIA 25