In the 2022 NFL Draft, the NY Jets selected Jermaine Johnson after trading back up to the 26th overall pick in the first round. Jets fans were thrilled about this, as the team was able to trade up with the Titans to pick the talented Florida State pass rusher. So...
The New York Jets wrapped up the first round of the 2022 NFL draft with Jermaine Johnson, which was thrilling for Jets fans. It was surprising he was still available when Joe Douglas made the move up to the 26th overall selection to secure him. Ultimately, the draft fall may have been worth the wait for Johnson. He is in a defensive scheme that suits his skill set perfectly. To line up out wide as a 9-technique and be able to attack right upfield with his speed is the ideal situation for Johnson to land in.
The NY Jets have not one, but two players in the running for Defensive Rookie of the Year in Sauce Gardner and Jermaine Johnson -- just another reason why the Jets won the 2022 draft. According to WynnBET, Jermaine Johnson has +850 odds to win DROY while Sauce Gardner has...
Michael Carter continues to be a tremendous source of positive energy in the New York Jets’ locker room. If there were any doubts regarding who holds claim to the “class clown” title in the New York Jets locker room, second-year running back Michael Carter has completely erased them this offseason.
NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Jets signed defensive end Jermaine Johnson, the No. 26 overall pick in the NFL draft, to a fully guaranteed four-year, $13.1 million rookie deal Monday. Johnson joins cornerback Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner, selected fourth overall, as Jets first-round picks under contract.
This former scout believes Jermaine Johnson will struggle in the NFL, predicting that the Jets picking him in the first round will be costly down the road
The Jets have signed pass rusher Jermaine Johnson out of Florida State, the team's third of three first-round picks (No. 26 overall) of the NFL Draft. Johnson (6-4, 254) played at three schools in five seasons, wrapping up at Florida State in 2021. He started at Independence Community College for two seasons before transferring to Georgia for a pair and Florida State for one. He was named the ACC Defensive Player of the Year in 2021, leading the conference with 12 sacks and 18.5 tackles for loss to go with 2 forced fumbles and 2 pass defenses.
The New York Jets announced on Monday evening that rookie defensive end Jermaine Johnson, who they drafted No. 26 overall in the 2022 NFL Draft at the end of April, has signed his rookie contract with the team. Johnson’s rookie deal is a four-year, $13.08-million, fully-guaranteed contract with a fifth-year...
The Jets have signed first-round draft pick Jermain Johnson, per several sources. Johnson, who the Jets traded back into the first round to select, will reportedly receive a four-year fully guaranteed 13.08 million dollar contract. The Jets will have a club option for a fifth year should they choose to exercise it.