New York Jets Flight Connections 02/12/22

Good morning, Gang Green Nation! Word is the Jets are interested in bringing back pending free agents Braxton Berrios and Folorunso Fatukasi. Will they? Should they? These decisions boil down to price. These are useful role players. At the right price they should and probably will be brought back. The issue is, will other teams value these players more than the Jets? Berrios wants to start at slot receiver and be paid accordingly. If another team values ​​him that way, and Berrios is looking to maximize his contract, the Jets probably should move on. Fatukasi is a good run stopping defensive tackle. That is a role the Jets probably don’t value as highly as some other teams, since the Jets’ scheme emphasizes generating a pass rush primarily from the front four guys, and Fatukasi is not much of a pass rusher. There will probably be teams who value what Fatukasi brings to the table more than the Jets. If so, unless Fatukasi is willing to play for less with the Jets, the Jets probably will, and probably should, move on. We’ll see how these situations develop over the next few weeks, but I wouldn’t be surprised if both of these guys hit free agency in mid-March.

Here are your links to your New York Jets this glorious Saturday in February:

Eric Allen – It’s All Love for Jets RB Michael Carter at the Super Bowl

Eric Allen, Ethan Greenberg and Randy Lange – What Can the Jets Learn From Sunday’s Rams-Bengals Super Bowl Matchup?

Brian Costello and Paul Schwartz – Bengals learned from Jets loss: ‘Moments that we store away’

DJ Bien-Aime II – Jets still need work at cornerback

Blake Pace – New York Jets Should Sign Affordable Tight End in Free Agency This Offseason

Max Goodman – NFL mock draft: New York Jets load up on offense in new ESPN mock

Max Goodman – New York Jets pick Justin Fields over Zach Wilson in re-draft of 2021 NFL Draft

Max Goodman – Joe Namath Questions If New York Jets QB Zach Wilson Can Last in NFL

Michael Obermuller – Jets Reporter Bases Draft Warning off Elijah Moore Rumor

Paul A. Esden Jr. – Jets Predicted to Let Jamison Crowder Walk, ‘Will Be Hot Commodity’

Paul A. Esden Jr. – Jets Considered Trade Destination for Steelers WR Chase Claypool

Michael Obermuller – Jets Rumors: ‘Would Be a Surprise if Marcus Maye Returns’

Michael Obermuller – Jets Rumors: NYJ Wants to Add ‘Proven, Ball-Hawking’ CB

Paul A. Esden Jr. – 2 Ex-Jets Quarterbacks Hunting for a Super Bowl Ring in 2022

Paul A. Esden Jr. – Jets Free Agency Pitch Got Rejected by Andrew Whitworth

Justin Fried – NY Jets ‘want to keep’ Braxton Berrios and Folorunso Fatukasi

Justin Fried – NY Jets go the Kyle Hamilton route in 7-round 2022 NFL Mock Draft

Justin Fried – NY Jets go the Kyle Hamilton route in 7-round 2022 NFL Mock Draft

Kristen Wong – One NY Jets player lands in the top-50 of NFL players sales

Scott Mitchell – NY Jets 2021 Report Card: Grading Zach Wilson’s Rookie Season

Justin Fried – Why George Fant’s breakout year with the NY Jets wasn’t a fluke

Justin Fried – 9 tight ends the NY Jets could target in 2022 free agency

Tyler Calvaruso – 2022 NFL free agency: 6 players Jets should target in Super Bowl 56

Tyler Greenawalt – Jets OG Laurent Duvernay-Tardif’s medical-licensing issue resolved

Tyler Calvaruso – 2022 NFL free agency: Should Jets re-sign Nick Bawden?

Tyler Calvaruso – 2022 NFL draft: Evan Neal falls to Jets in Pro Football Focus mock

Tyler Greenawalt – 5 ex-Jets playing in Super Bowl LVI for Rams, Bengals

Tyler Greenawalt – New York Jets: Zach Wilson challenges Josh McCown to dunk contest

Gary Phillips – 2022 NFL free agency: Jets engaged with Braxton Berrios, Foley Fatukasi

Michael Meegan – TOJ Free Agency Preview: New York Jets Linebacker Targets

Here are your missed connections from yesterday.

Enjoy the day everybody.

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