New York Jets Roster 2020 New York Jets Roster

0-0, T-1st AFC East

@ BUF

5:00 pm GMT, 9/13

At 4-12 last season, the Jets were nothing to write home about. Much like their New York counterpart in the Giants, the Jets just weren't a fun team to watch last year. Many things about the Jets have changed this offseason, though, including their general manager, head coach, and two of their three main coordinators. Adam Gase is the head coach and was the interim GM until they hired Joe Douglas. A slew of offseason moves seems to put the Jets, at the very least, in a place to do better than they did last year.

Pos Name Number Rating Ranking Height Weight Age Birthday Exp. Drafted Draft Round Draft Pick College
QB
Sam Darnold
Sam Darnold S. Darnold
14
72
#35 QB 6'3" 221 22 6/5/97 3 2018 1 3 USC
QB
Mike White
Mike White M. White
5
66
#60 QB 6'5" 224 25 3/25/95 2 2018 5 171 Western Kentucky
QB
James Morgan
James Morgan J. Morgan
65
#66 QB 6'4" 229 23 2/28/97 0 2020 4 125 Florida International
RB
Le'Veon Bell
Le'Veon Bell L. Bell
26
91
#3 RB 6'1" 230 28 2/18/92 7 2013 2 48 Michigan State
RB
Frank Gore
Frank Gore F. Gore
20
78
#39 RB 5'9" 217 37 5/14/83 16 2005 3 65 Miami
RB
Kenneth Dixon
Kenneth Dixon K. Dixon
38
72
#79 RB 5'10" 215 26 1/21/94 4 2016 4 134 Louisiana Tech
RB
Josh Adams
Josh Adams J. Adams
36
69
#101 RB 6'2" 213 23 10/29/96 3 2018 Notre Dame
RB
Trenton Cannon
Trenton Cannon T. Cannon
25
68
#109 RB 5'10" 182 25 7/23/94 3 2018 6 204 Virginia State
RB
Lamical Perine
Lamical Perine L. Perine
65
#128 RB 5'11" 216 22 1/30/98 0 2020 4 120 Florida
WR
Jamison Crowder
Jamison Crowder J. Crowder
82
83
#28 WR 5'8" 185 26 6/17/93 6 2015 4 105 Duke
WR
Breshad Perriman
Breshad Perriman B. Perriman
19
78
#52 WR 6'2" 212 26 9/10/93 6 2015 1 26 Central Florida
WR
Josh Doctson
Josh Doctson J. Doctson
0
75
#88 WR 6'2" 202 27 12/3/92 5 2016 1 22 Texas Christian
WR
Braxton Berrios
Braxton Berrios B. Berrios
10
70
#167 WR 5'9" 184 24 10/6/95 3 2018 6 210 Miami (Fla.)
WR
Jehu Chesson
Jehu Chesson J. Chesson
0
69
#185 WR 6'2" 204 26 12/29/93 3 2017 4 139 Michigan
WR
Vyncint Smith
Vyncint Smith V. Smith
17
66
#235 WR 6'3" 195 23 6/9/96 3 2018 Limestone College
WR
Josh Malone
Josh Malone J. Malone
83
66
#235 WR 6'3" 208 24 3/21/96 4 2017 4 128 Tennessee
WR
Lawrence Cager
Lawrence Cager L. Cager
65
#250 WR 6'5" 220 0 2020 Georgia
WR
George Campbell
George Campbell G. Campbell
65
#250 WR 6'4" 183 23 10/12/96 0 2020 West Virginia
WR
Denzel Mims
Denzel Mims D. Mims
65
#250 WR 6'3" 207 22 10/10/97 0 2020 2 59 Baylor
WR
Jeff Smith
Jeff Smith J. Smith
9
63
#358 WR 6'0" 192 23 4/21/97 1 2019 Boston College
TE
Chris Herndon IV
Chris Herndon IV C. H. IV
89
77
#35 TE 6'4" 253 24 2/23/96 3 2018 4 107
TE
Trevon Wesco
Trevon Wesco T. Wesco
85
69
#106 TE 6'3" 267 24 9/12/95 2 2019 4 121 West Virginia
TE
Daniel Brown
Daniel Brown D. Brown
87
67
#128 TE 6'5" 250 28 5/26/92 6 2015 James Madison
TE
Ross Travis
Ross Travis R. Travis
43
60
#186 TE 6'6" 225 27 1/9/93 4 2015 Penn State
C
Brad Lundblade
Brad Lundblade B. Lundblade
0
69
#32 C 6'2" 295 24 9/21/95 1 2018 Oklahoma State
C
Jonotthan Harrison
Jonotthan Harrison J. Harrison
78
68
#36 C 6'3" 304 28 8/25/91 7 2014 Florida
C
Jimmy Murray
Jimmy Murray J. Murray
61
67
#38 C 6'5" 304 25 5/5/95 2 2018 Holy Cross
C
Leo Koloamatangi
Leo Koloamatangi L. Koloamatangi
63
54
#85 C 6'4" 312 26 5/9/94 2 2017 Hawaii
OG
Brian Winters
Brian Winters B. Winters
67
76
#29 OG 6'4" 320 28 7/10/91 8 2013 3 72 Kent State
OG
Chuma Edoga
Chuma Edoga C. Edoga
75
71
#58 OG 6'3" 308 23 5/25/97 2 2019 3 92 USC
OG
Greg Van Roten
Greg Van Roten G. V. Roten
73
70
#63 OG 6'3" 303 30 2/26/90 5 2012 Pennsylvania
OG
Ben Braden
Ben Braden B. Braden
69
67
#101 OG 6'6" 329 26 3/9/94 2 2017 Michigan
OG
Cameron Clark
Cameron Clark C. Clark
65
#116 OG 6'4" 308 22 11/16/97 0 2020 4 129 Charlotte
OG
Josh Andrews
Josh Andrews J. Andrews
63
60
#176 OG 6'2" 311 28 6/21/91 5 2014 Oregon State
OT
Alex Lewis
Alex Lewis A. Lewis
71
70
#73 OT 6'6" 312 28 4/21/92 5 2016 4 130 Nebraska
OT
Jared Hilbers
Jared Hilbers J. Hilbers
65
#132 OT 6'6" 310 0 2020 Washington
OT
Mekhi Becton
Mekhi Becton M. Becton
65
#132 OT 6'7" 364 21 4/18/99 0 2020 1 11 Louisville
OT
George Fant
George Fant G. Fant
74
65
#132 OT 6'5" 296 27 7/19/92 5 2016 Western Kentucky
OT
Conor McDermott
Conor McDermott C. McDermott
69
55
#211 OT 6'8" 305 27 10/19/92 4 2017 6 211 UCLA
NT
Steve McLendon
Steve McLendon S. McLendon
99
80
#4 NT 6'4" 280 34 1/3/86 11 2009 Troy
DT
Quinnen Williams
Quinnen Williams Q. Williams
95
80
#23 DT 6'3" 303 22 12/21/97 2 2019 1 3 Alabama
DT
Nathan Shepherd
Nathan Shepherd N. Shepherd
97
73
#60 DT 6'4" 315 26 10/9/93 3 2018 3 72 Fort Hays State
DT
Folorunso Fatukasi
Folorunso Fatukasi F. Fatukasi
94
72
#68 DT 6'4" 318 25 3/4/95 3 2018 6 180 Connecticut
DE
Henry Anderson
Henry Anderson H. Anderson
96
79
#34 DE 6'6" 294 28 8/3/91 6 2015 3 93 Stanford
DE
Ahmad Gooden
Ahmad Gooden A. Gooden
0
76
#49 DE 6'1" 241 24 10/27/95 1 2019 Samford
DE
Kyle Phillips
Kyle Phillips K. Phillips
98
74
#68 DE 6'4" 272 23 5/5/97 2 2019 Tennessee
DE
Corbin Kaufusi
Corbin Kaufusi C. Kaufusi
65
72
#84 DE 6'8" 281 27 4/12/93 1 2019 Brigham Young
DE
Jordan Willis
Jordan Willis J. Willis
60
71
#91 DE 6'4" 255 25 5/2/95 4 2017 3 73 Kansas State
DE
Tarell Basham
Tarell Basham T. Basham
93
69
#107 DE 6'4" 259 26 3/18/94 4 2017 3 80 Ohio U.
DE
Bronson Kaufusi
Bronson Kaufusi B. Kaufusi
91
68
#116 DE 6'6" 285 28 7/6/91 3 2016 3 70 Brigham Young
DE
John Franklin-Myers
John Franklin-Myers J. Franklin-Myers
56
67
#126 DE 6'4" 283 23 9/26/96 3 2018 4 135 Stephen F. Austin St.
DE
Jabari Zuniga
Jabari Zuniga J. Zuniga
65
#142 DE 6'3" 264 0 2020 3 79 Florida
LB
Avery Williamson
Avery Williamson A. Williamson
54
85
#14 LB 6'1" 246 28 3/9/92 7 2014 5 151 Kentucky
LB
Patrick Onwuasor
Patrick Onwuasor P. Onwuasor
48
72
#122 LB 6'0" 225 27 8/22/92 5 2016 Portland State
LB
Jordan Jenkins
Jordan Jenkins J. Jenkins
48
71
#130 LB 6'3" 259 25 7/1/94 5 2016 3 83 Georgia
LB
James Burgess
James Burgess J. Burgess
58
70
#152 LB 6'0" 236 26 3/9/94 4 2016 Louisville
LB
Wyatt Ray
Wyatt Ray W. Ray
43
70
#152 LB 6'3" 257 23 10/24/96 1 2019 Boston College
LB
Blake Cashman
Blake Cashman B. Cashman
53
70
#152 LB 6'1" 237 24 5/10/96 2 2019 5 157 Minnesota
LB
Frankie Luvu
Frankie Luvu F. Luvu
50
68
#183 LB 6'2" 242 23 9/19/96 3 2018 Washington State
LB
Harvey Langi
Harvey Langi H. Langi
44
67
#215 LB 6'1" 249 27 9/24/92 3 2017 Brigham Young
LB
CJ Mosley
CJ Mosley C. Mosley
57
64
#325 LB 6'2" 234 27 6/19/92 7 2014 1 17 Alabama
LB
Neville Hewitt
Neville Hewitt N. Hewitt
46
64
#325 LB 6'2" 235 27 4/6/93 6 2015 Marshall
LB
BJ Bello
BJ Bello B. Bello
49
60
#337 LB 6'2" 230 25 10/31/94 3 2017 Illinois State
CB
Pierre Desir
Pierre Desir P. Desir
35
83
#30 CB 6'1" 198 29 9/8/90 7 2014 4 127 Lindenwood
CB
Brian Poole
Brian Poole B. Poole
34
82
#34 CB 5'10" 210 27 10/20/92 5 2016 Florida
CB
Blessuan Austin
Blessuan Austin B. Austin
31
73
#109 CB 6'1" 198 23 7/19/96 2 2019 6 196 Rutgers
CB
Nate Hairston
Nate Hairston N. Hairston
21
68
#163 CB 6'0" 196 25 6/30/94 4 2017 5 158 Temple
CB
Anthony Cioffi
Anthony Cioffi A. Cioffi
0
68
#163 CB 6'0" 200 25 8/26/94 1 2017 Rutgers
CB
Bryce Hall
Bryce Hall B. Hall
65
#225 CB 6'1" 202 0 2020 5 158 Virginia
CB
Shyheim Carter
Shyheim Carter S. Carter
65
#225 CB 5'10" 194 0 2020 Alabama
CB
Javelin Guidry
Javelin Guidry J. Guidry
65
#225 CB 5'9" 191 0 2020 Utah
CB
Arthur Maulet
Arthur Maulet A. Maulet
23
63
#317 CB 5'11" 190 26 7/13/93 4 2017 Memphis
CB
Bennett Jackson
Bennett Jackson B. Jackson
32
61
#320 CB 6'0" 195 28 9/16/91 3 2014 6 187 Notre Dame
SS
Jamal Adams
Jamal Adams J. Adams
33
93
#2 SS 6'0" 214 24 10/17/95 4 2017 1 6 LSU
SS
Matthias Farley
Matthias Farley M. Farley
41
70
#41 SS 5'11" 204 27 7/15/92 5 2016 Notre Dame
FS
Marcus Maye
Marcus Maye M. Maye
20
80
#16 FS 6'0" 212 26 3/8/94 4 2017 2 39 Florida
FS
Ashtyn Davis
Ashtyn Davis A. Davis
65
#70 FS 6'1" 202 23 10/10/96 0 2020 3 68 California
LS
Thomas Hennessy
Thomas Hennessy T. Hennessy
42 6'3" 236 25 6/11/94 4 2017 Duke
P
Ian Berryman
Ian Berryman I. Berryman
0
71
#24 P 6'0" 210 23 6/1/96 1 2019 Western Carolina
P
Braden Mann
Braden Mann B. Mann
65
#35 P 5'11" 198 22 11/24/97 0 2020 6 191 Texas A&M
PK
Brett Maher
Brett Maher B. Maher
0
73
#18 PK 6'0" 186 30 11/21/89 3 2013 Nebraska
PK
Sam Ficken
Sam Ficken S. Ficken
9
63
#44 PK 6'2" 186 27 12/14/92 2 2016 Penn State

Top 3 Jets Roster Questions of 2019-2020

What does Le'Veon Bell bring to this Jets team?

For starters, any time you can get a top running back talent to sign with your team in free agency it's usually a good thing. In a contract that ended up being less than what the Steelers were offering but $2 million more in guaranteed money, Le'Veon Bell and the Jets will have a working relationship for the next four years. Bell poses a threat on both the ground and in the air, and I simply don't see his presence hurting the Jets on offense. Bell comes to Jets in what is supposed to be a turning point for the team, with him as one of the main centerpieces. If he is able to put up numbers similar to or better than what he was able to do with the Steelers, it'll be a win for both sides.

What were other key offseason signing besides Bell?

Going into this offseason, one of the Jets' biggest needs was a wide receiver. Crowder fit that bill and signed with the Jets for three years. Having him as a receiver simply gives Darnold more options and allows for some of the pressure to be taken off of Anderson and Enunwa. It's not the best wide receiver core in the league, but it's certainly better than what the Jets were putting out there last season. Another big signing for the Jets was middle linebacker C.J. Mosely. After spending the last five seasons with the Ravens, Mosely will be suiting up in a new uniform for the first time. He certainly adds a lot to this Jets defense, especially in the face of losing one of its best pieces in Buster Skrine.

How are the Jets predicted to do this season?

As of now, the Jets are nowhere near being picked as favorites or even likely to win the Super Bowl. They're, once again, slated to finish behind the New England Patriots in the AFC East. That being said, the Jets being picked as finishing second in the East is a huge leap from finishing dead last in the 2018/19 campaign. If what is predicted comes to fruition, that'll mean the Jets have to earn their post-season berth in the form of a wild card spot, which seems less than likely with some of the other teams the AFC has to offer that seem slightly more qualified. Stranger things have happened, though, and all it takes is Darnold having a breakout second season and some players to step up on both sides of the ball. Whether they make it to the playoffs or not, I certainly like the direction the Jets are going.