Tag: vladimir ducasse

  • Jets Player Release

    Jets to part ways with Jenkins, Woody, Taylor and Ghost

    According to ESPN, earlier today the New York Jets released OT Damien Woody, a 13-year veteran who spent last 3 seasons with the Jets. Woody got injured late in the season and missed 3 regular season games along with 2 games in the playoffs. OL Vlad Ducasse has been rumored to switch to Woody's position…

    February 28, 2011

  • Player Contracts

    D-Brick gets contract extension, Ducasse signed

    The New York Jets reached an agreement with OT D'Brickashaw Ferguson for a 6-year contract extension worth $60M. Ferguson had two years remaining on his initial contract, so he now will be tied to the Jets for eight years and $73.6M. The guaranteed money is $34.8M, which is a record for an offensive lineman. Ferguson…

    July 7, 2010

  • NFL Draft

    Jets sign Joe McKnight

    The New York Jets have signed 4th round draft selection RB Joe McKnight to a 4-year deal worth around $2.36M. McKnight, 5'11", 194lbs, was selected 112th overall by the Jets in the April draft. He played in 36 games, including 13 starts, during his 3 seasons at USC. The Jets have two draft picks left…

    June 23, 2010

  • Jets Player Release

    Jets cut Alan Faneca

    According to several sources, the New York Jets released OG Alan Faneca, a 9-time Pro Bowler who joined the Gang Green in 2008 as a free agent. In 2008 Faneca signed a 5-year contract worth $40M, which included $21M in guaranteed money. His playing level noticeably degraded at the end of last season and the…

    April 24, 2010

  • NFL Draft

    Jets select Vladimir Ducasse in round 2

    The New York Jets selected OG Vladimir Ducasse from the University of Massachusetts with their #61 overall pick in the second round. Ducasse, 6'4", 334lbs, has relatively little experience playing football, as he began playing only in 2003 after arriving in the Unisted States from Haiti. The University of Massachusetts product, however, compensates his lack…

    April 23, 2010