The Jets‘ erratic play is sending mixed signals, writes Brian Costello of the New York Post. Gang Green looked great in the first 20 minutes against the Packers and produced more than 400 yards of offense against the Raiders in their opener. However, they blew an 18-point lead against Green Bay and their mistakes allowed the Raiders to stay in the game for longer than they should have. Here’s more from around the league..
- There are a number of notable NFL free agents auditioning for clubs around the league, according to Field Yates of ESPN.com (Twitter links). The Redskins are working out running back Michael Bush, the Cardinals auditioned defensive end Israel Idonije, the Dolphins checked out Tom Crabtree, and the Lions are checking out linebacker Steve Beauharnais and cornerback Derek Cox.
- The Ravens are cautiously optimistic when it comes to safety Will Hill‘s status under the new proposed drug policy, writes Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun. Hill is currently serving a six-game suspension for marijuana.
- The Texans brought in defensive tackle Fred Evans for a workout, according to Rand Getlin of Yahoo Sports (via Twitter).
- Presuming the drug policy is pushed over the goal line, the NFL’s goal is to begin hGH testing by the end of the month, a source tells Albert Breer of the NFL Network (on Twitter).