New York Jets Roster 2020 New York Jets Roster

2-14, 4th AFC East

@ NE

6:00 pm GMT , 1/3

Protecting Sam Darnold was a major need for the New York Jets, and they did that this offseason. George Fant and Greg Van Roten were two major pickups for the Jets. They also used a first-rounder on Mekhi Becton. The offense also needed some weapons and they drafted Denzel Mims and signed Breshad Perriman. Le'Veon Bell struggled behind a below average offensive line and might have a chance to get back to respectable numbers. With Robby Anderson gone, Mims should fit right into a prime role off the bat.

Pos Name Number Rating Ranking Height Weight Age Birthday Exp. Drafted Draft Round Draft Pick College
QB
Sam Darnold
Sam Darnold S. Darnold
14
75
#24 QB 6'3" 221 23 6/5/97 3 2018 1 3 USC
QB
Joe Flacco
Joe Flacco J. Flacco
5
70
#35 QB 6'6" 245 36 1/16/85 13 2008 1 18 Delaware
QB
James Morgan
James Morgan J. Morgan
4
67
#45 QB 6'4" 229 23 2/28/97 0 2020 4 125 Florida International
RB
Josh Adams
Josh Adams J. Adams
36
69
#76 RB 6'2" 213 24 10/29/96 3 2018 Notre Dame
RB
Ty Johnson
Ty Johnson T. Johnson
25
67
#84 RB 5'10" 213 23 9/17/97 2 2019 6 186 Maryland
WR
Jamison Crowder
Jamison Crowder J. Crowder
82
84
#29 WR 5'8" 185 27 6/17/93 6 2015 4 105 Duke
WR
Breshad Perriman
Breshad Perriman B. Perriman
19
74
#78 WR 6'2" 212 27 9/10/93 6 2015 1 26 Central Florida
WR
Braxton Berrios
Braxton Berrios B. Berrios
10
70
#107 WR 5'9" 184 25 10/6/95 3 2018 6 210 Miami
WR
Denzel Mims
Denzel Mims D. Mims
11
70
#107 WR 6'3" 207 23 10/10/97 0 2020 2 59 Baylor
WR
Vyncint Smith
Vyncint Smith V. Smith
17
67
#137 WR 6'3" 195 24 6/9/96 3 2018 Limestone
WR
Jeff Smith
Jeff Smith J. Smith
16
67
#137 WR 6'0" 192 23 4/21/97 1 2019 Boston College
WR
Lawrence Cager
Lawrence Cager L. Cager
86
67
#137 WR 6'5" 220 23 8/20/97 0 2020 Georgia
TE
Chris Herndon IV
Chris Herndon IV C. H. IV
89
77
#26 TE 6'4" 253 24 2/23/96 3 2018 4 107 Miami
TE
Daniel Brown
Daniel Brown D. Brown
87
72
#60 TE 6'5" 250 28 5/26/92 6 2015 James Madison
TE
Trevon Wesco
Trevon Wesco T. Wesco
85
71
#61 TE 6'3" 267 25 9/12/95 2 2019 4 121 West Virginia
TE
Ross Travis
Ross Travis R. Travis
43
67
#84 TE 6'6" 225 28 1/9/93 4 2015 Penn State
TE
Ryan Griffin
Ryan Griffin R. Griffin
84
67
#84 TE 6'6" 247 31 1/11/90 8 2013 6 201 Connecticut
C
Pat Elflein
Pat Elflein P. Elflein
67
71
#18 C 6'3" 303 26 7/6/94 4 2017 3 70 Ohio State
C
Jimmy Murray
Jimmy Murray J. Murray
61
67
#23 C 6'5" 304 25 5/5/95 2 2018 Holy Cross
OG
Connor McGovern
Connor McGovern C. McGovern
60
77
#26 OG 6'4" 306 27 4/27/93 2 2016 5 144 Missouri
OG
Greg Van Roten
Greg Van Roten G. V. Roten
62
68
#41 OG 6'3" 303 30 2/26/90 5 2012 Pennsylvania
OG
Chuma Edoga
Chuma Edoga C. Edoga
75
67
#44 OG 6'3" 308 23 5/25/97 2 2019 3 92 USC
OG
Cameron Clark
Cameron Clark C. Clark
72
67
#44 OG 6'4" 308 23 11/16/97 0 2020 4 129 UNC Charlotte
OT
Mekhi Becton
Mekhi Becton M. Becton
77
80
#16 OT 6'7" 364 21 4/18/99 0 2020 1 11 Louisville
OT
George Fant
George Fant G. Fant
76
71
#43 OT 6'5" 296 28 7/19/92 5 2016 Western Kentucky
OT
Conor McDermott
Conor McDermott C. McDermott
69
67
#60 OT 6'8" 305 28 10/19/92 4 2017 6 211 UCLA
DT
Folorunso Fatukasi
Folorunso Fatukasi F. Fatukasi
94
78
#23 DT 6'4" 318 25 3/4/95 3 2018 6 180 Connecticut
DT
Nathan Shepherd
Nathan Shepherd N. Shepherd
97
71
#45 DT 6'4" 315 27 10/9/93 3 2018 3 72 Fort Hays State
DT
Tanzel Smart
Tanzel Smart T. Smart
79
67
#66 DT 6'1" 296 26 11/6/94 4 2017 6 189 Tulane
DT
Trevon Coley
Trevon Coley T. Coley
93
67
#66 DT 6'1" 307 26 7/13/94 4 2016 Florida Atlantic
DE
Henry Anderson
Henry Anderson H. Anderson
96
77
#36 DE 6'6" 294 29 8/3/91 6 2015 3 93 Stanford
DE
John Franklin-Myers
John Franklin-Myers J. Franklin-Myers
91
74
#52 DE 6'4" 283 24 9/26/96 3 2018 4 135 Stephen F. Austin
DE
Tarell Basham
Tarell Basham T. Basham
93
69
#75 DE 6'4" 259 26 3/18/94 4 2017 3 80 Ohio
DE
Sharif Finch
Sharif Finch S. Finch
54
67
#90 DE 6'4" 252 25 10/1/95 2 2018 Temple
DE
Jabari Zuniga
Jabari Zuniga J. Zuniga
92
67
#90 DE 6'3" 264 23 8/14/97 0 2020 3 79 Florida
LB
Frankie Luvu
Frankie Luvu F. Luvu
50
71
#90 LB 6'2" 242 24 9/19/96 3 2018 Washington State
LB
Bryce Hager
Bryce Hager B. Hager
58
67
#121 LB 6'1" 234 28 5/4/92 5 2015 7 224 Baylor
LB
Bryce Huff
Bryce Huff B. Huff
47
67
#121 LB 6'2" 254 22 4/17/98 0 2020 Memphis
LB
Neville Hewitt
Neville Hewitt N. Hewitt
46
67
#121 LB 6'2" 235 27 4/6/93 6 2015 Marshall
CB
Blessuan Austin
Blessuan Austin B. Austin
31
75
#70 CB 6'1" 198 24 7/19/96 2 2019 6 196 Rutgers
CB
Lamar Jackson
Lamar Jackson L. Jackson
38
70
#102 CB 6'2" 208 22 4/13/98 0 2020 Nebraska
CB
Corey Ballentine
Corey Ballentine C. Ballentine
27
67
#120 CB 5'11" 196 24 4/13/96 2 2019 6 180 Washburn
CB
Javelin Guidry
Javelin Guidry J. Guidry
40
67
#120 CB 5'9" 191 22 8/6/98 0 2020 Utah
CB
Arthur Maulet
Arthur Maulet A. Maulet
23
67
#120 CB 5'11" 190 27 7/13/93 4 2017 Memphis
CB
Bryce Hall
Bryce Hall B. Hall
37
67
#120 CB 6'1" 202 23 11/5/97 0 2020 5 158 Virginia
SS
J.T. Hassell
J.T. Hassell J. Hassell
49
77
#14 SS 6'0" 199 25 8/14/95 2 2019 Florida Tech
SS
Matthias Farley
Matthias Farley M. Farley
41
72
#26 SS 5'11" 204 28 7/15/92 5 2016 Notre Dame
SS
Elijah Campbell
Elijah Campbell E. Campbell
26
67
#42 SS 5'10" 196 25 8/24/95 0 2018 Northern Iowa
FS
Marcus Maye
Marcus Maye M. Maye
20
88
#6 FS 6'0" 212 26 3/8/94 4 2017 2 39 Florida
LS
Thomas Hennessy
Thomas Hennessy T. Hennessy
42 6'3" 236 26 6/11/94 4 2017 Duke
P
Braden Mann
Braden Mann B. Mann
7
75
#18 P 5'11" 198 23 11/24/97 0 2020 6 191 Texas A&M
PK
Chase McLaughlin
Chase McLaughlin C. McLaughlin
3
67
#29 PK 6'1" 190 24 4/9/96 0 2019 Illinois

Top Jets Roster Questions of 2020

It was another mediocre season for the Jets last season as they had a 7-9 record as the 3rd-placed team in the AFC East. There are some reasons for optimism, though, especially with the return of C.J. Mosley from injury. Jamal Adams has frequently had his name included in trade rumors, and he seems intent on not playing for the Jets in 2020, which would hurt the team's defensive output. Hopeful franchise quarterback Sam Darnold should be aided by the additions of Breshad Perriman (free agency) and Denzel Mims (draft) to the receiving corps. The Jets also drafted Mekhi Becton in the first round, a hyper-athletic tackle prospect who should boost the protection for Darnold this season.

Who is the Highest Paid Jets Player?

Heading into the 2020-21 season, C.J. Mosley is the Jets' highest-paid player. The former Pro Bowl linebacker only got on the field for two games in 2019, his first season with the Jets, but he's one of the odds-on favorites to win Comeback Player of the Year.

Who Owns the New York Jets?

Woody and Christopher Johnson, two brothers, are the current owners of the New York Jets. Woody Johnson originally purchased the team in 2000, but when he became the United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Christopher Johnson became a co-owner and took over the day-to-day operations of the team.

Who Is the Jets Head Coach?

Adam Gase is the current Jets' head coach, entering his second season in that role. He was previously the Dolphins' head coach for three seasons. He has yet to find real success as an NFL head coach with a 30-34 record in four seasons and just one playoff appearance.

How Much Cap Space do the Jets Have?

The Jets currently have about $24.5 million in cap space heading into the 2020 season, which is the 5th-most in the NFL. The team only has $5 million in dead money, among the lowest in the NFL, as well. General manager Joe Douglas is entering his second season in that role.

Who Is the Jets Starting Running Back in 2020?

As the second-highest-paid player on the team and a former All-Pro running back, Le'Veon Bell is the clear-cut starter. He'll be looking to build on his 2019 stats of 245 carries for 789 yards and three touchdowns. The team brought in Frank Gore and La'Mical Perine this offseason to compete with him.

Who is the Youngest Player on the Jets?

The youngest players on the Jets' roster heading into 2020 are Javelin Guidry and Mekhi Becton, both of whom are 21 years old. Guidry is a defensive back who was an undrafted free agent out of Utah. Becton was the team's first-round pick and should be a Week 1 starter at left tackle.

Who is the Oldest Player on the Jets?

Unsurprisingly, the oldest player on the Jets' roster is the ageless wonder, Frank Gore. It's unlikely Gore sees more than 100 carries this season, but his ability to still produce as a 37-year-old running back is practically unheard of and should be celebrated. He has over 15,000 career rushing yards.

For professional sports championships, New York has brought its fair share of trophies back to the Empire State. New York has multiple professional teams across multiple leagues. New York City alone has a pair of professional franchises in the NFL, NHL, and the NBA, plus two in Major League Baseball. New York sports fans love their favorite teams, and they love to show that love. New Yorkers are also known as big risk-takers. So, with a passionate sports fan base, the prospects for New York sports betting are tremendous. New Yorkers certainly remember or have heard tales about one of their most legendary championships. No one gave the New York Jets starting lineup much of a chance in the 1969 Super Bowl against the Baltimore Colts. A fellow named Joe Namath felt differently, so much so, he guaranteed a Jets victory. It would have been nice to lay down a legal bet on the underdog Jets on that Sunday afternoon. However, now New York Jets' fans can bet on their favorite team, plus dozens of other sports contests. Once lawmakers give the final approval for online sports betting, here are four prominent sportsbook apps we expect will ready to launch.

New York as a state has hundreds of unique characteristics. PointsBet will bring to New York one of a unique strategy for betting on sports. There is a strong likelihood that the high-risk/high-reward pointsbetting option offered by PointsBet could be very fashionable on the New York sports scene. The PointsBet's high-risk/high-reward betting format rewards bettors for their degree of accuracy. You can win big by not only getting a bet correct but by pushing the limits of correctness beyond the game-time line. PointsBet will offer a two-part welcome bonus for New York sports bettors. The PointsBet New York sportsbook bonus package gives you two risk-free first bets. The first is a risk-free first bet up to $500 betting with traditional odds. To help you become familiar with the exciting pointsbetting strategy, you can test out the high-risk/high-reward betting lines risk-free up to $1,000. PointsBet posts odds for all the major college and professional games. You can bet using the standard odds or raise the stakes with pointsbetting. This should be a lot of fun for the high-risk/high-reward New York Jets fan who enjoys guaranteeing a Jets victory.

William Hill hopes to bring an international flavor to New York's sports betting market. The United Kingdom-based sportsbook has a well-established reputation as a prominent sportsbook app in the United States already. William Hill is also ready with a new account bonus offer to welcome New York Jets' fans. New accounts with the William Hill New York sportsbook receive a risk-free first bet up to $300. If the bet isn't a winner, William Hill will redeposit the money into your account, up to $300. William Hill's home base being outside the U.S. can lead to more favorable odds on certain games. William Hill also has an excellent set of multi-team parlays. The William Hill sportsbook has earned rave reviews and posts all the major pro and college games. Once online sports betting goes active in New York, Jets' fans will be able to bet on their hometown team using the William Hill sportsbook app from anywhere in the state.

As New York sports fans await the eventual launch of online sportsbooks, those apps that are already proving successful across the country are ready to go. One of those is DraftKings. Despite a rather bumpy history in the state, DraftKings will assuredly bring their popular sportsbook operations to the online New York sportsbook market. Brick-and-mortar sportsbooks opened in the Upstate have been successful. The revenue for New York sports betting wasn't close to expectations, but sports betting has already battled some unforeseen circumstances. There was hope from the sportsbook advocates that this situation would compel Governor Cuomo to launch online sports betting, despite his reservations. Until he signs off on online sports betting, New Yorkers must travel to a physical sportsbook to bet. Unfortunately for New York's financial woes, some are traveling to Pennsylvania or New Jersey to bet. Once online sports' betting is approved, DraftKings will offer New York sports bettor a welcome bonus. The DraftKings New York sportsbook welcome package is going to include a two-part bonus. Your first bet on DraftKings will be risk-free up to $500. Plus, DraftKings is offering a deposit bonus of up to $500.

FanDuel has an excellent chance of securing a license to open its popular sportsbook app in New York. They struggled with a few legal problems a few years ago, as did their DFS rival DraftKings. The FanDuel sportsbook app is live in five states. Their success in New Jersey and Pennsylvania should be tremendous assets for FanDuel's chances in New York. The FanDuel New York physical sportsbook is currently open at the Tioga Downs Casino Resort. FanDuel coordinates the sportsbook operations at this facility. With a place in the New York sports betting market, this should bode well for FanDuel's chances to launch online. When FanDuel does launch the New York sportsbook app, New York sports fans should expect the same $500 risk-free first bet opportunity being offered in the five other states where FanDuel is active.