Here are updates on the latest Jets information from the NFL Draft, including picks, reports and more.
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April 27, 4:12 PM:
With their final scheduled pick in the draft, the Jets took Rutgers corner Blessuan Austin in the sixth round at No. 196 overall. Austin played for Campus Magnet HS in Queens.
April 27, 2:39 PM:
In the fifth round at No. 157 overall, the pick they got from the Titans, the Jets selected linebacker Blake Cashman out of Minnesota.
April 27, 1:04 PM:
The Jets drafted West Virginia tight end Trevon Wesco 121st overall on Saturday after trading down in the fourth round twice.
April 27, 12:51 PM:
The Jets traded down in the fourth round for the second time Saturday afternoon. This time, the Jets traded picks Nos. 116 and 168 (which they acquired from the Saints) with the Titans for picks Nos. 121 and 157.
April 27, 12:15 PM:
The Jets traded their fourth-rounder (No. 105 overall) to the Saints for picks in the fourth (No. 116) and fifth (No. 168) rounds.
April 27, 12:31 AM:
GM Mike Maccagnan commented on being unable to trade up into the second round.
"We thought there were some good players at the top of the second and the end of the second round, but like a lot of things, sometimes you try to sort of position yourself to move up and you always have to find a trade partner that actually wants to come and kind of meet you in terms of value," he said. "This happens every year in the draft. You try to move around, you try to move up, but in the end we just weren't able to get deals done."
April 26, 10:56 PM:
The Jets traded up from their second third-round pick, moving from No. 93 to No. 92 to select USC offensive tackle Chuma Edoga. The Jets reportedly gave the Vikings their seventh-round pick (No. 217) to move up.
April 26, 9:44 PM:
The Jets selected Florida linebacker Jachai Polite in the third round at No. 68 overall.
April 26, 3:55 PM:
The Jets' pursuit to pick in the second round is picking up.
NFL Network's Ian Rappaport reported that the Jets are trying to make "a big move" into the early portion of the round. Currently, the Jets do not own a second round pick and have a pair of third round selections (No. 68 and No. 93 overall).
Rappaport added that such a move would require "significant capital in future draft picks."
Keep an eye on this one: The #Jets are looking into making a big move all the way from the third round into the early second, sources tell me and @MikeGarafolo. Would need to give up significant capital in future draft picks.- Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 26, 2019
Some names the team could target Friday include Texas A&M center Erik McCoy and Penn State OL Connor McGovern.
April 25, 8:39 PM:
The Jets have taken DT Quinnen Williams with the No. 3 overall pick.
April 25, 8:30 PM: The 49ers selected Ohio State DE Nick Bosa with the second overall pick, and that could have a big impact on the Jets at No. 3. There were reports that the Jets would trade back if Bosa went at No. 2, so it's something to look out for. If not, Quinnen Williams and Josh Allen are the top two still on the board.
April 25, 8:25 PM: With the first overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Cardinals did what everyone thought they'd do and selected Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray. Murray was always a favorite of new head coach Kliff Kingsbury, and he will presumably lead his Air Raid offense.
What does this mean for the Jets? If they don't trade down, the Jets should have their choice of either Nick Bosa, Quinnen Williams, or Josh Allen at No. 3
April 25, 5:52 PM:
According to The Athletic's Connor Hughes, the Jets and Raiders have discussed a trade that would swap their No. 3 and No. 4 picks. There was the earlier rumor that the Jets were talking about potentially taking Houston DT Ed Oliver, and many believed it was to stir the Raiders -- who reportedly love him -- to make a trade. Well, it looks like that's being discussed between both sides.
April 25, 5:11 PM:
With buzz growing that the Jets could trade down, Rich Cimini of ESPN reports that one team is already under the impression that Gang Green has a deal worked out with another team if Quinnen Williams is available at No. 3 -- saying to keep an eye on the Bills, who pick No. 9.
SNY's Ralph Vacchiano suggests that if the Jets trade from No. 3 to No. 9, the compensation would have to be close to what the Eagles gave up in 2016 to move from No. 8 to No. 2 -- A third and fourth-round pick, plus a future first and second round pick. But Vacchiano notes that the Jets are going to want the Bills' second-rounder this year (40th overall).
April 24, 11:23 AM:
According to Bleacher Report's Mike Freeman, there are NFL teams "convinced" the 49ers will end up selecting DT Quinnen Williams with the No. 2 pick, and that the Jets will follow by taking Nick Bosa at No. 3. Freeman also reports there's chatter about teams considering trading up to try to get Williams.
April 22, 11:24 AM:
Houston DT Ed Oliver is suddenly a very hot pick for the Jets. An NFC scout told SNY's Ralph Vacchiano, "Can't see them passing on an edge-rusher, but we're all hearing Gregg Williams loves him (Oliver). Doesn't seem to be a great fit (for their defense), but we don't really know what that D is yet."