New York Teams

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets' decision to waive Jeremy Kerley shows they're all about youth and player development. Kerley's recent suspension opened the door for rookies Chad Hansen and ArDarius Stewart, and it wouldn't make sense to cut their playing time. Kerley is a better player than Hansen and Stewart, but he'd be a progress stopper under the current circumstances.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets have waived WR Jeremy Kerley, who was on a one-week roster exemption after a PED suspension.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The Giants interviewed VP of player evaluation Marc Ross for their general manager position. Smart football guy. He has been with the organization since 2007.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Mo Wilkerson's status with the Jets remains up in the air. Coach Todd Bowles said Wilkerson is in the building today, but he declined to say if Wilkerson will play on Sunday. Bowles said they're "still working through some things," adding that the front office is involved. Sounds ominous. Wilkerson was benched yesterday because of chronic tardiness to meetings. He's not expected to be on the team in 2018. One factor the Jets will consider: His 2018 salary ($16.8M) is guaranteed against injury. The Jets may not want to risk an injury by playing him in the last two games.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

As everything stands right now the Giants quarterback depth chart will remain unchanged vs. Arizona: Eli, Geno, Davis Webb.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets defensive snap analysis (based on 68): LB — Demario Davis 68, Darron Lee 67, Jordan Jenkins 44, Josh Martin 40, David Bass 31, Obum Gwacham 2, Julian Stanford 1; DB — Jamal Adams 68, Marcus Maye 68, Buster Skrine 67, Mo Claiborne 67, Juston Burris 40, Rontez Miles 4, Terrence Brooks 3; DL — Steve McLendon 51, Leo Williams 39, Xavier Cooper 39, Mike Pennel 30, Kony Ealy 19. Analysis — Cooper and Pennel absorbed Mo Wilkerson's snaps. Burris was back in the No. 3 corner role.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets offensive snap analysis (based on 79): RB — Matt Forte 28, Bilal Powell 24, Eli McGuire 21, Lawrence Thomas 12; WR — Robby Anderson 59, Jermaine Kearse 48, Chad Hansen 35, ArDarius Stewart 14, JoJo Natson 8; TE — Austin Seferian-Jenkins 57, Eric Tomlinson 30, Neal Sterling 11. Analysis: Rookie WRs Hansen and Stewart continue to get decent PT. Raises questions about Jeremy Kerley, whose roster exemption expires today. Brent Qvale was used as an extra blocker on 24 plays.

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Petty 'confident' after first start of season (0:36)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Interesting post-game reaction from coach Todd Bowles, who spoke of a bright future for the team. It's out of character for him to discuss the big picture. It almost sounded like Bowles, whose job could be in jeopardy, was making an appeal to ownership. "Obviously, this is going to turn," he said. "I believe that we have a good core group." He added, "I️ don't worry about how many we lost in a row. I know how we lost and I know why we lost. We're fighting. As long as we've got fight and we correct the small things, we'll be fine."

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Oladipo drops 26 in Pacers' win over Nets (0:57)

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