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Jets general manager Joe Douglas did some good work improving New York’s roster throughout the first wave of free agency. He revamped the offensive line, added a new deep threat at wide receiver, brought back a pair of in-house free agents and inked a new starting cornerback.

There is one group littered with holes that Gang Green’s first-year general manager did not address, though.

While the Jets have improved on offense and defense, special teams have been almost completely ignored. Douglas somewhat addressed the legmen by signing Authentic Brett Maher Jersey to a futures/reserve contract in December, tending Sam Ficken and signing 23-year-old punter Ian Berryman in February, but none of those moves come off as improvements.

It’s hard to blame Douglas for letting special teams fall by the wayside a little bit in the opening days of free agency. The Jets had much more pressing needs on offense and defense that required Douglas’ complete attention. Kicking and punting issues are usually solved either later in free agency or before training camp anyway, which does not make this some sort of major gaffe on Douglas’ part.

With that being said, the Jets can’t afford to ignore the numerous holes that could plague the unit in 2020 for much longer. Maher isn’t much of an upgrade over Ficken, which is saying a lot. He converted only 66 percent of his field goals last season, while Ficken hit 70 percent.

As for Berryman, he has never punted in a regular season game. That does not mean he isn’t up for the task, but it’s hard to justify replacing Lachlan Edwards, who remains an unrestricted free agent, with a player with no regular season experience just to save a little bit of money.

Special teams are just as important a facet of the game as offense and defense. Without a kicker who can consistently put the ball through the uprights and a punter that can flip field position, the Jets are going to suffer.

If there is any special teams coach that can make due what he is given, it’s Brant Boyer. As good as Boyer is at what he does, though, he’s not a magician. It might be a harsh criticism considering Maher and Berryman have yet to go through a single practice with the Jets, but it is seriously worth wondering if these two are capable of accomplishing what Boyer is asking of them.

It’s safe to assume Douglas’ work in this area is far from done. Competition will be brought in throughout the summer and the best players will ultimately win out. As it stands right now, though, things aren’t looking too hot for the Jets on special teams.

That has to change sooner rather than later.

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The Jets quietly missed out on one of their free-agent targets this week.

For all the moves that general manager Joe Douglas has made to restructure the roster, Gang Green still has a void at an important yet overlooked spot: Punter.

The Jets wanted to sign veteran Lions punter Sam Martin before he agreed to a three-year, $7.05 million deal with the Broncos, according to sources. The Jets, who have turned offering cheap, one-year deals into a cottage industry, didn’t budget that much for a punter.

They chose not to re-sign Lachlan Edwards, who finished 12th in punt average and 13th in net punt average among those with at least 50 punts last season, before the start of free agency. Edwards has punted every game since entering the league as a 2016 seventh-round pick.

Sam Martin is heading to the Broncos.
Sam Martin is heading to the Broncos.(Andy Clayton-King/AP)
Martin, who’s entering his eighth season, will count $1.53 million against Denver’s 2020 salary cap. He received a $1.45 million signing bonus, while $550,000 of his $1.05 million base salary in 2020 is guaranteed. In other words, the Broncos committed $2 million at signing.

Martin, who was 14th in punt average and 12th in net average last season (50-plus punts), has non-guaranteed base salaries of $2.3 million and $2.25 million, respectively, in the last two years of his deal.

It’s a solid deal, but not exactly breaking the bank. However, it was too rich for the Jets’ blood.

Gang Green signed Authentic Ian Berryman Jersey, who lost the Steelers training camp punting competition last year, to a reserve/futures contract after the season. But they’re still looking for an answer.

Edwards remains unsigned. The Jets have kept in contact with Matt Darr, who was brought in to compete with Edwards last training camp. The draft is another potential pathway. Gang Green has continued to do their homework on Texas A&M’s Braden Mann, who won the Ray Guy Award as the nation’s best at the position in 2018.

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It is a bit of redemption for Cioffi, who in 2017 was cut by the Oakland Raiders as an undrafted rookie free agent. Since then, he has taken the opportunity to improve in order to get another shot in the NFL.

The speedy Cioffi has put together a couple of solid seasons with the Ottawa Redblacks of the (CFL), including 61 tackles, two interceptions and two sacks a season ago. His growth over the past two seasons in the CFL has been remarkable.

Based off this upward trajectory, several weeks ago the Jets had reached out to Cioffi’s agent, Joe Linta, after having scouted him the cornerback the CFL season. They wanted Cioffi to send in film of him running a timed 40 as well some drills like the 3-cone.

He ran between a 4.43 – 4.47 hand-timed 40 at TEST Sports Club, a local facility that trains players for the NFL Draft. That was enough for the Jets, who brought him into the team’s practice facility on February 13.

Cioffi worked out with an assistant coach in the indoor practice facility. A contract followed shortly after the workout.

“It was a one-on-one positional drills, like they do in practice,” Cioffi told SportsIllustrated.com’s Jets Country.

“They don’t want me to play cornerback. Not really sure where they want to place me but I’m just assuming safety right now or maybe nickel. I don’t think I’ll be playing corner.”

He’s as local as it gets for the Jets. Born and bred in New Jersey, he was a high school standout at defensive back for Johnathan Dayton where he also won a state title in track. He decided to stay in-state and committed to Rutgers, becoming the first member of the class of 2013.

After a four-year career where he was a starter at cornerback as a true freshman at Rutgers, Cioffi was gutted when he was among the final cuts by the Raiders. The CFL, however, may have been a blessing in disguise for him.

The make-up of the CFL, including a larger field, a rule where the defense lines up one-yard off the line of scrimmage as well as eligible wide receivers in motion all made Cioffi grow as a player. Film study too, he said, is something where he has developed since his last time in the NFL.

He believes this has made him a more polished player and one ready to make an impact on the Jets.

“I just feel like there will always be that chip on the shoulder and I thank God, honestly. I just feel like I continued to push through – even though I signed the contract – God blessed me with an opportunity to play in my backyard,” Cioffi said.

“That’s great but the work is not done. I need to make it known the type of guy I am and that I will play 100 percent. I believe in my head that you make a decision, you go with it.”

Cioffi will join former Rutgers teammate Bless Austin on the Jets roster. The two cornerbacks often played on the same side of the field as teammates at Rutgers.

Ahead of his workout with the Jets two weeks ago, Cioffi called Austin, a rookie last year who impressed in his several starts last year. The NFL hopeful did so get some advice on the team. He said that Austin’s advice was short and sweet – “simply be yourself.”

It seems to have worked.

Cioffi also hopes that he can help the Jets on special teams, where he used his speed to become a standout with the Redblacks unit.

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With a remodeled offensive line in place, the New York Jets had three positions to shift their focus next in free agency.

As the stalled wide receiver market (and the Jets) still waits on Robby Anderson and the edge-rusher market waits on Jadeveon Clowney, general manager Joe Douglas didn’t waste any time agreeing to terms with new starting cornerback Pierre Desir, The Post confirmed.

Desir, 29, was a free agent for one day, after he was unexpectedly cut by the Indianapolis Colts.

The Jets cut both their 2019 season-opening starting cornerbacks – Trumaine Johnson and Daryl Roberts – this week. Top free-agent cornerbacks Byron Jones (Miami Dolphins) and James Bradberry (New York Giants) signed early in free agency, but the next-best option, Logan Ryan, remains in search of a multi-year deal.

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Desir was willing to take a one-year deal during his second consecutive venture into free agency. He re-signed with the Colts last offseason – a three-year, $22.5 million deal that ultimately paid him $9 million – after drawing interest from other teams, including the Giants.

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The six-year veteran is coming off career bests of three interceptions and 11 passes defended in 12 games, including 11 starts. But metrics suggest his coverage actually slipped last season, and he was Pro Football Focus’ No. 73-ranked cornerback.

While battling a hamstring injury, Desir allowed 676 receiving yards, five touchdowns and a 100.2 passer rating, per PFF.

In 2018, his first season as a full-time starter, Desir collected 79 tackles and stifled elite receiver DeAndre Hopkins in a playoff game against the Houston Texans.

The Colts have a heavy Cover 2 defense.

The Jets re-signed Brian Poole – who was their most productive cornerback as the season progressed – and also have Authentic Nate Hairston Jersey, Authentic Blessuan Austin Jersey, Arthur Maulet and Authentic Kyron Brown Jersey on the depth chart.

Douglas signed tackle George Fant, guard Greg Van Roten, center Connor McGovern and guard Josh Andrews, and re-signed guard Authentic Alex Lewis Jersey. in prioritizing the offensive line at the start of free agency. The rest of the Jets’ signings are working on one-year deals as to avoid a salary-cap mess.

The Jets lost rotational linebacker Brandon Copeland to the Patriots, according to reports. He played in 12 games with three starts last season — his second with the Jets — but his sack total dropped from five to 1.5.

The Patriots only have signed Copeland, wide receiver Damiere Byrd, defensive tackle Beau Allen and safety Adrian Phillips in a franchise-changing offseason.

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The Jets have signed DL Authentic Charles Tapper Jersey and DB Tevaughn Campbell to reserve/future contracts.

A fourth-round pick of the Cowboys in 2016, the 6’3″, 270-pound Tapper appeared in two games with Dallas in 2016-17. In four seasons at Oklahoma, Tapper racked up 15.5 sacks and 26.5 stops for loss.

Signed from the CFL’s Montreal Alouettes, the 25-year-old Campbell played four seasons up north and totaled 53 defensive tackles, four sacks, three touchdowns and two forced fumbles.

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The Jets are losing a key contributor to a divison rival.

Brandon Copeland is signing with the New England Patriots, as The Boston Globe’s Jim McBride first reported. The Patriots showed interest in Copeland last offseason as well, but he opted to re-sign with the Jets.

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Copeland’s 2019 season got off to a tumultuous start. He was suspended for the first four games of the season for violating the NFL’s performance-enhancing drug policy. Once he returned, Copeland proved to be a relatively impactful rotational linebacker, recording 28 tackles in his first five games.

He wound up starting three of 12 games he played last season with New York, registering 42 tackles, 1.5 sacks, two pass breakups and a forced fumble.

Copeland also provided the Jets with positional versatility last season. Once Neville Hewitt was hampered with a knee injury and the Jets already lost C.J. Mosley, Avery Williamson, Albert McClellan and Blake Cashman on the inside, Copeland stepped up. Not only did he line up in the middle and make plays in the run game in an unnatural position, but he also set the edge and contributed on special teams.

In 2018, during his first season in New York, Coplenad played in 16 games with 10 starts, recording 35 combined tackles and five sacks. Before that, the undrafted free agent out of Penn made stops in Detroit, Tennesee and Baltimore.

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Four Jets have been tendered as exclusive rights free agents.

They would be none other than K Authentic Sam Ficken Jersey, LB Authentic Frankie Luvu Jersey, LB Authentic B.J. Bello Jersey and OL Authentic Leo Koloamatangi Jersey, according to The AP. Since these four players were tendered as ERFAs, they will receive the NFL minimum salary for the 2020 season.

This prevents any of these four players from negotiating with any other team. Had the Jets not tendered them, they would have become free agents.

Ficken is the most notable played tendered out of the four. In his first full-time gig, the kicker had his ups and downs. He was 19-27 on field goals in 2019 and 23-26 on extra points. Ficken’s struggles lied with kicking from distance. Seven of his eight missed field goals came from 40+ yards away.

At the moment, the Jets have a kicking competition on their hands heading into 2020. They signed Brett Maher a couple of months ago and he will have to compete with Ficken for the starting job come training camp.

As for Luvu, he was primarily a backup last season. He made 10 total tackles along with registering a sack. Bello was on and off the Jets’ roster all season long and recorded three tackles in eight games.

Koloamatangi was signed to the practice squad at the end of October and was promoted to the active roster in November. However, he did not see any game action.

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By now, every Jets fan can recite what the team needs to add through free agency and the draft this offseason.

We all know general manager Joe Douglas must remake the offensive line, find an edge rusher, a cornerback and a wide receiver or two. But the Jets’ needs extend even beyond that.

When the free-agency negotiating window opens March 16 and signings begin March 18, the Jets will be casting a wide net to reshape their roster. We all know what the top needs are, but what else will they need to add?

Here are four areas of need flying under the radar:

Quarterback
No, the Jets have not given up on Sam Darnold, but they need to find someone to play behind him. Both Trevor Siemian and David Fales are set to become free agents. Mike White is the only other quarterback on the roster, and he spent last year on the practice squad.

Backup quarterback is easy to overlook until you need one. The Jets must find someone who can keep the offense moving if Darnold is out. Last season, they fell apart after Darnold contracted mononucleosis and Siemian broke his ankle. Over Darnold’s first two seasons, he has missed six games. The Jets are 0-6 in those games.

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The veteran-quarterback market should be an active one. Case Keenum, Marcus Mariota, Chase Daniel, Colt McCoy and A.J. McCarron all are experienced players who are not going to have opportunities to start. Matt Moore also could hit the market and has familiarity with Adam Gase from their two years in Miami together.

Running Back
We know Le’Veon Bell will be back in 2020, but the situation behind him is murky. The Jets also could move on from Bell after this season and should be lining up someone who can be with them for a few years.

They need to add speed all over the field, but particularly at running back. If they can find a speed back, that will provide a nice complement to Bell and give Darnold and Gase someone who can turn short plays into long gains.

To me, this is a spot you are more likely to fill on the second day of the draft than in free agency. The model in my mind is what the Bills did last year when they took Devin Singletary in the third round out of Florida Atlantic. He ran for 775 yards and two touchdowns and had another 194 yards receiving and two receiving touchdowns as a rookie.

Bilal Powell and Ty Montgomery, last year’s backups, are scheduled to hit free agency. The Jets could bring one of them back as an insurance policy before seeing what they can get in the draft.

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Don’t be surprised, though, if they add another. Douglas knows free agent Timmy Jernigan from his time with both the Eagles and Ravens, so he makes some sense. Jets director of player personnel Chad Alexander came from the Ravens, so keep an eye on another former Raven here in Michael Pierce.

Kicker/Punter
It may be time for a total overhaul of the Jets’ kicking units. Sam Ficken made 70 percent of his field-goal attempts last year, and the Jets are likely to move on. Punter Lachlan Edwards has been inconsistent and is an impending free agent. There are veteran options at both positions (Greg Zuerlein is an intriguing free-agent kicker), but the Jets could try to find someone from the college ranks. They only had two coaches at the Senior Bowl in January — their special teams coordinator and his assistant.

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Authentic Corbin Kaufusi Jersey played three years each as a center on the BYU basketball team as well as a defensive end for the Cougar football team.

His older brother, Bronson Kaufusi, played both football and basketball during his Cougar days as well.

Now, Corbin Kaufusi is making another transition. The 6-foot-9, 275-pounder signed last week to the New York Jets’ practice squad — Bronson is also on the team’s practice squad — and moved from his customary defensive end position to the offensive line.

Corbin Kaufusi, who signed as an undrafted free agent with the New Orleans Saints this offseason before being waived prior to the regular season, told the New York Daily News he played on BYU’s offensive line in spring ball prior to leaving on a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Upon his return, having grown three inches, he moved to defensive end. Kaufusi is optimistic about the move to offense with the Jets.

“They always say offensive linemen are the smartest guys on the field,” Kaufusi told the Daily News’ Manish Mehta. “I think it’s being smart and patient whereas defensive linemen are all aggression. You’re coming off and you’re just hitting someone. So, it’s finding the balance of that as an offensive lineman. Yeah, you want to still hit people but you don’t want to overdo it. You don’t want to overplay the position.”

If things don’t work out in the NFL, Kaufusi was also selected in the XFL draft by the St. Louis BattleHawks the same day he signed with New York.

“I literally got a text from someone else saying congrats on getting drafted by the XFL,” Kaufusi told the Daily News. “And they didn’t know that I had just signed here. So, it’s been a whirlwind. But it’s kind of fun.”

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The New York Jets have been decimated by injury, but they’ve got some good news. Brent Qvale and John Franklin-Myers are set to return from IR.
The New York Jets have the most money on IR of any team this year. They’re also tied for the most players on IR of any team in the NFL with 19. Injuries have crushed the Jets this season. That’s especially true at offensive line and linebacker. Well, the Jets are getting two players back who should help that situation.

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Franklin-Myers flashed during his rookie season. He had two sacks in limited playing time during the regular season but turned it on in the playoffs. Franklin-Myers had a strip-sack in the Super Bowl against the Patriots.

Franklin-Myers picked up an injury in camp and only played in one preseason game. The Rams cut him when preseason ended not wanting to hold a roster spot for a promising but injured situational pass rusher. The Jets jumped on him when he went on waivers.

He has spent the entire season on IR, but he’s finally healthy. The Jets pass rush has been anemic this season, and Franklin-Myers has the potential to help fix that problem.