Because there were so many astute questions this week ... yep, a bonus Twitter mailbag. As Rex Ryan might say, have at it:
What to watch for when new coach Todd Bowles starts his first minicamp as coach of the New York Jets on Tuesday.
Signs are getting stronger that the Jets are serious about trading down from No. 6 in the NFL draft.
Our ESPN NFL Nation reporters played general manager for the teams they cover and executed a first-round mock draft. Here are the results.
Mariota is not considered a can't-miss prospect, but he's probably better than anybody on the Jets roster.
Jets reporter Rich Cimini breaks down his first-round selection.
This is the eight and final installment of our position-by-position breakdown as we head to the April 30 draft. Today we focus on the defensive line.
As promised, another batch of questions on the New York Jets:
Finding an edge rusher should be a major priority for the Jets in the NFL draft.
Mailbag: Should the New York Jets trade up for Marcus Mariota? It depends on what you mean by "trading up."
Team shored up unit in free agency with several high-profile signings.
Maccagnan appears to be a cross between previous Jets GMS; he wants to build through the draft but it's OK to make a splash in free agency, too.
The Jets will explore the possibility of trading up, said general manager Mike Maccagnan -- an acknowledgement that will, no doubt, fuel the Marcus Mariota speculation.
Let's review the NFL prospects who made pre-draft visits with the New York Jets.
The Jets have an experienced group up front, which means it might be time to get some younger additions.
If the New York Jets really want Marcus Mariota, they will need a trade-up strategy to get him.