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Joe Flacco unsure on when he can return to field (0:44)
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Jets' Flacco says he won't be ready for Week 1

Joe Flacco, who agreed to a contract with the New York Jets last week, said on SiriusXM NFL radio on Tuesday that he won't be ready for the season opener after recently undergoing surgery to repair a herniated disk.

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NJ Governor Phil Murphy announced that sports teams in the state can return to training and competition. According to a Jets spokesman, "We are working closely with Governor Murphy's office, the league and our medical staff to establish prudent, health and safety measures for our staff and players. Based on those guidelines, we will begin to open our facility using a phased approach at a time that is the most practical for our operations."

NY Governor reopens sporting facilities (0:38)
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Sources: Jets signing QB Flacco to one-year deal

The New York Jets filled their need for an experienced backup quarterback, agreeing to terms with former Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco on a one-year contract, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Why the Jets signing Joe Flacco makes a ton of sense (0:50)

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My take on Joe Flacco to the Jets: It's called making the best of a bad situation. Flacco has been a mediocre QB since winning SB MVP seven years ago, but he provides veteran insurance. The offense won't go into the tank with him. Considering the price ($1.5M) and the lean market, it's a solid move. Cam Newton? Obviously, he's better than Flacco, but he wasn't the right fit for the Jets. Too pricey and it would've been a QB controversy waiting to happen.

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Sources: Adams irked as Jets talks hit impasse

While the Jets want to wait on giving Jamal Adams a contract extension, the safety prefers to get a deal done before the season, sources told ESPN.

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Larry Hardesty: Jamal Adams and More

Larry Hardesty reacts to the top news stories of the day including the multiple stories surrounding Jamal Adams' future with the Jets.

Jets, Jamal Adams at a stalemate in contract negotiations (1:03)
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Jets' Gore: AFC East is 'wide open' without Brady

Veteran RB Frank Gore, who is currently with the Jets and has played for the Bills and the Dolphins, is pumped that Tom Brady is no longer with the Patriots. "It's wide open," Gore said of the AFC East.

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Larry Hardesty: NFL Minority HC Issue

Larry Hardesty reacts to the top stories of the day including Doug Whaley's comments on feeling like a "token" at times and other top stories.

Greeny walks off over Sam Darnold disrespect (2:06)

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Jets rookie OT Mekhi Becton wore 70 in high school and 73 in college. In the NFL, he's thinking bigger — which seems appropriate. He made a request to GM Joe Douglas.

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Jets rookie OT Mekhi Becton, in a Zoom call with reporters, said he has exchanged texts with Sam Darnold and Le'Veon Bell. "I'm definitely going to find a way to form a relationship between us sooner or later," Becton said of Darnold. Becton said he asked GM Joe Douglas if he could wear 77. Why 77? He wore 70 in high school and wants to "try something new." He wore 73 in college, but noted that number is retired (Joe Klecko).

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NFL teams are allowed to re-open their facilities tomorrow, provided they meet an established set of protocols and have permission under state and local regulations, but the Jets will remain closed. They're monitoring the situation with the governor's office and the NFL. An opening doesn't appear imminent, as NJ still is operating under stay-at-home. Their offseason program will continue virtually. Only rehabbing players and non-player staff (no coaches) would be allowed to return at this time.

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Coach Herm Edwards Joins Carlin

Herm Edwards joins Chris Carlin to offer his perspective on the NFL incentivizing teams to hire minorities, his feelings on the Rooney Rule and much more.

NFL will allow teams to reopen facilities on Tuesday (0:59)

Team Stats

Passing Yards194.429th
Rushing Yards78.631st
Points For17.331st
Points Against22.417th

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