Jeremy Kerley

New York Jets #11 -

  • Born: 11/08/88
  • Age: 25
  • Height: 5-9
  • Weight: 188

Spending Limbo

How low can the Jets go?

Eagles Willing To Release Jackson

At least we have something to keep us excited as free agency winds down.

Jets Not Interested in Jackson at Current Price?

Could he be willing to reduce his price?

Are Jets' fans about to be floored?

An attempt to explore the salary cap, the cash spending floor, and what we might expect in 2015 and 2016.

Thomas McGaughey Is a Good Hire for Special Teams

Thomas McGaughey has a proven track record leading his own unit. Gang Green's fans should have confidence in his ability to lead the special teams.

Josh Cribbs: 2013 and Beyond

The Jets signed Josh Cribbs off the street in October. The former college quarterback played a role similar to that of another former college quarterback, Brad Smith, in his time with the team. C...

Jeremy Kerley: 2013 and Beyond

The best receiver on the team gets the GGN treatment.

Jets expected to cut Santonio Holmes

New York is likely to move forward without its number one receiver.

Stephen Hill: 2013 and Beyond

What to make of the Georgia Tech product?

Julian Edelman: Potential Jets

Should the Jets look to rob their rival?

Scouting The Draft: Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M

Today we take a look at one of the more talented, underclassmen receivers.

David Nelson Week 16 fantasy football recap

The wide receiver had only 29 fantasy points on the season before his two scores Sunday. We break down the fantasy implications.

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