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5-11, 4th in AFC East
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Forgetting Brandon Marshall?

Rich Cimini believes there are several reasons why it's probably best for the Jets and their boisterous wide receiver to part ways this offseason. Predicting big changes

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets announced the hiring of DBs coach Dennard Wilson, which was widely reported last week. Wilson, 34, only three years older than CB Darrelle Revis, was the Rams' DBs coach. He started there as a quality-control coach in 2012. He replaces Joe Danna, who was fired at the end of the season.

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Following up on Bears OLB coach Clint Hurtt and the Jets: There is no indication that Hurtt will be joining Todd Bowles' staff, a league source confirmed. It was reported elsewhere Jan. 7 that Hurtt was taking a job with the Jets. The team looked into hiring him, but there was never an agreement. The position remains vacant. Hurtt reportedly declined an extension with the Bears.

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Jets RG Brian Winters, who signed a four-year, $29 million extension yesterday, said his surgically repaired rotator cuff will need about five to 5 1/2 months of rehab. He had surgery Dec. 23, so the timetable brings him to early June, when the off-season program is winding down. Asked why he signed early instead of testing free agency, Winters said, "I really like what the Jets have going here and wanted to be part of that and continue it. They're the team that gave me my shot."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets locked up their No. 1 free agent priority, signing RG Brian Winters to a four-year contract extension. Winters, 25, finished the season on injured reserve with a torn rotator cuff. He has started 41 games in four seasons and would've been a coveted free agent.

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Jets sign RG Winters to 4-year contract extension

The Jets have signed right guard Brian Winters, who was expected to be a coveted free agent this offseason, to a four-year contract extension believed to be worth at least $7 million per year.

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Antonio Brown's game-clinching catch for the Steelers brought back some bad memories for Jets fans because he made a similar play in almost the identical situation in the 2010 AFC Championship Game. Both plays came out of the two-minute warning, followed by three kneel downs. Against the Jets, it was a 14-yard reception on a third-and-6. Against the Chiefs, it was a 7-yard reception on third-and-3. Chiefs defensive coordinator Bob Sutton probably had flashbacks. He was the Jets' linebackers coach in the '10 title game.

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Jets must find cornerbacks in draft

Todd Bowles' scheme relies heavily on good CBs, and with Darrelle Revis' decline, the Jets don't have any they can trust right now. Rich Cimini could see them grabbing a corner at No. 6 overall. Biggest draft need

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets announced the signing of LB Frank Beltre to a reserve/future contract. He played most recently with the Calgary Stampeders of the CFL.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets already have interviewed Broncos RBs coach Eric Studesville for their offensive-coordinator vacancy, a source said. Studesville is the only known candidate for the position and they could make him an offer. Studesville, 49, has a wealth of experience as a RB coach (plus four games as Denver's interim HC in 2010), but he never has called plays.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets are planning to interview Broncos RB coach Eric Studesville for their vacant offensive-coordinator position. (First reported by KUSA-9 in Denver.) He has been the Denver RB coach since 2010 under three different coaches, but new coach Vance Joseph is expected to make staff changes. Studesville, 49, has been coaching in the NFL since 1997. He's never held the title of offensive coordinator.

Team Stats

Passing Yards216.627th
Rushing Yards112.612th
Points For16.830th
Points Against25.628th

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