The Jets are in London this week, but head coach Todd Bowles was quick to remind his team that it’s all business while they’re overseas.
“They’ve got enough money, they can make it in the offseason,” said Bowles, who is prepping for the Dolphins. “They will be OK, they’ll be all right. They get a little bit of free time, they can do their tour. We’re on a business trip. They want to go back in the offseason, hey, have at it.”
Here’s more from around the NFL as Gang Green looks to advance to 3-1..
- The Bears are faced with having to rebuild their roster after a series of misevaluations, Jeff Dickerson of ESPN.com writes. Their trades of Jared Allen and Jonathan Bostic earlier this week netted the Bears a pair of sixth-round picks, but that barely scratches the surface of what they need to do in order to become a contender, he opines. Our Community Tailgate post from earlier today asked PFR readers if they think the Bears will continue trading.
- Cardinals corner Justin Bethel was one of the reasons the team let Antonio Cromartie walk in free agency after last season, but it still took him three games to see the field this season. That’s because the Cardinals have tremendous depth at cornerback and other defensive positions, as Zach Buchanan of The Arizona Republic writes.
- The Patriots worked out linebacker Jayson DiManche and Josh Allen, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle tweets.
- James Walker of ESPN.com wonders if Jonas Gray, who has been moved around on the Dolphins‘ roster a few times this season, could see an increased role in Miami’s offense.