Since conceptualizing the TJB Hall of Fame, we've always tried to recognize players from a variety of different eras - the Super Bowl team of the sixties, the dark dawn of the seventies, the resurgent days of the eighties. With this, thoroughly deserved and arguably long overdue induction, we can tick all these boxes. This Jet was around so long, he spanned a generation.

Guard Randy Rasmussen played for the Jets in three different decades and was the last of the Super Bowl champion 1968 Jets to hang up his cleats. For that whole time, he was a model of consistency, truly embodying the modern mantra of "Play Like a Jet" better than perhaps any player in team history.

Rasmussen was a Jet for 15 years and was a part of the team that won Super Bowl III and facilitated the AFL-NFL merger, but was also on the team that saw the advent of the Sack Exchange. He wore the classic uniforms, which the team returned to in 1998 and still wears to this day, but also wore the kelly green and white with the green helmet in the late seventies and early eighties. For many fans, he would be, simply, "Mr. Jet" and when he retired, there was talk that his number 66 jersey - currently worn by Willie Colon - should be retired.

He was a teammate of Snell, Grantham, Maynard and Mathis, but also a teammate of McNeil, Shuler, Gastineau and Klecko. He even has strong links to the current Jets regime as both Rex Ryan and John Idzik's fathers coached on teams he played for as a Jet.

As a rookie, back in 1967, Rasmussen would start every game at right guard as the Jets would finish 8-5-1 just one game out of first place behind the Houston Oilers in the AFL East. The Jets didn't start another rookie at right guard until 32 years later (Randy Thomas). It was a remarkable start to the career of an unheralded 12th round pick out of Nebraska-Kearney.

Ironically, his most triumphant moment came in the one season of his burgeoning career where he wasn't an ever-present constant. Despite Rasmussen starting all 14 games as a rookie, the Jets still took the opportunity to upgrade the position, signing three-time first team all-pro Bob Talamini, who had been an AFL all-star in each of the previous six seasons with the Oilers but was nearing the end of his career. This would relegate Rasmussen to the bench, limiting him to just seven starts during the regular season. However, when the Jets made an adjustment in the playoffs, shifting right guard Dave Herman out to tackle in place of rookie Sam Walton, this enabled Rasmussen to move back into the starting lineup.

Here's one for any trivia buffs out there: Rasmussen actually started the Super Bowl as an ineligible tight end, as the Jets made a pre-snap shift on the very first play, moving into an unbalanced line formation with Talamini shifting to right guard and Rasmussen moving to the outside of Winston Hill's right shoulder. The offensive line played a massive part in the Jets win, slowing down the formidable Colts' pass rush to protect Joe Namath and leading the way for Matt Snell to rush for 121 yards and a touchdown. Rasmussen certainly played his part in that, although he couldn't recall too much about it.

"That game was almost too much for me to comprehend, I think I woke up about a week later," he told the NY Times in 1982. "About all I remember was us running one play over and over, a play we called 19-Straight that had Matt Snell carrying to our left side. We kept running it because it kept working. But we thought it would. It's funny, we were such big underdogs yet we were so totally confident we were going to win."

Despite his confidence, he wasn't too enamored with Namath's famous decision to guarantee the Jets would win.

"I thought he was nuts when he said that," Rasmussen would tell the LA Times. "I thought he was crazy. We went down there (to Miami) the week before and one thing Weeb said was don't say anything in the paper to antagonize them. We know that we can beat them, but still let's not antagonize them. It all went well until Thursday."

Although he was against the guarantee, he would add, "You know, he didn't say anything we didn't really believe."

That belief helped spur the Jets to the biggest achievement in franchise history and was the crowning moment for many of the players on the team. However, for Rasmussen, his career was only just getting started.

Transitioning to left guard, he would go on to play in 207 games as a Jet, a number bettered only by placekicker Pat Leahy. His 198 starts are second in Jets history to Mo Lewis and his 144 consecutive games played are 5th best. For younger fans, it might put things in perspective to compare him to Brandon Moore, who could have bumped Rasmussen down to sixth on the consecutive games played list if he had stayed with the team for 2013. Moore has been a dependable mainstay with the Jets for a long time, but wasn't a regular starter until his third season and, to be honest, was often seen as a weak link during his first few years as a starter. Rasmussen not only was a dependable starter off the bat, but also lasted 15 years, 50% longer than Moore played with the Jets.

Although he was never elected to the Pro Bowl or won any major awards, this was partly due to the fact that he played at the same time as several Hall of Fame AFC guards (such as Jim Otto, Gene Upshaw and John Hannah). That didn't mean he wasn't highly respected. Ewbank called him "the most coachable player I've ever had" and, for years, all the way up to the end of his career, head coach Walt Michaels would refer to him as "the team's most consistent player". Paul (Dr. Z) Zimmerman of Sports Illustrated referred to him in 1979 as the "No. 1 guy in the NFL who has never been picked for anything" and the Hall of Famer Hannah told Sports Illustrated that Rasmussen was a guy he "tried to copy".

There were tough times for the organization in between the Super Bowl win and the team that finally emerged as a contender again in the early eighties. Namath struggled to stay healthy and often tried to do too much when he was able to play. The Jets' only postseason appearance in that interim period was a 13-6 loss to the Chiefs in the AFL divisional playoff the year after their Super Bowl success. Over a decade of disappointment would take its toll with Rasmussen describing the last game of 1975 as the "worst day of his career" because most of the rest of the team had basically given up on the season.

Rasmussen was not the type to quit though and it's a testament to his dedication that his performance and effort levels never wavered, even when the team was struggling. Rasmussen didn't make headlines very often, although he did score a touchdown on a fumble recovery in the end zone in a 1972 loss to Miami. That wouldn't happen again for a Jets offensive lineman until Matt Slauson did it in Denver over 39 years later.

They still had some successes, even in the post-Namath era. In 1978, the team was 3rd in the league in scoring with Matt Robinson starting 11 games. In 1979, despite the team's running back by committee philosophy, the line somehow managed to pave the way for the Jets to lead the league in rushing. The Jets achieved this over several teams with Hall of Fame running backs, while their best runners were Clark Gaines, Scott Dierking and Bruce Harper, none of whom were in the top ten in rushing.

Rasmussen showed his dedication after the 1980 season, where he suffered a serious knee injury and missed eight games. He undertook a lifting and conditioning regimen to restore his strength and quickness and improve the chances of extending his career. He would return to the starting lineup the following year and start 15 games.

In 1981, Rasmussen and the 10-5-1 Jets finally returned to the postseason, losing a heart-breaker to the Bills at Shea Stadium in the first round of the playoffs. This would, however, turn out to be his swan song.

Rasmussen, who turned 37 after the season, might have been able to play until he was 40, but opted to retire when the Jets told him Stan Waldemore would replace him in the starting lineup and they wanted him to be a backup. He was quick to point out that there was "no hard feelings" though and received a fitting tribute and a retirement ceremony from the Jets organization.

Although Rasmussen was someone who saw first-hand all the biggest moments in franchise history, that didn't stop after his career was over. In 1982 he was prepared to stick around just a phone call away in case the Jets needed reinforcements on the line. Waldemore would make it through the strike-shortened nine game season and the Jets would go on to reach the AFC conference title game without requiring Rasmussen's services. That wouldn't be the last time he closely oversaw what was going on with the Jets franchise as he moved onto a career as a radio broadcaster, working as a color commentator with Charley Steiner in 1987.

These days, Rasmussen's contributions to the Jets organization are often overlooked. We hope that selecting him for the TJB Hall of Fame goes some way towards addressing that injustice.

Congratulations to Randy Rasmussen, a great Jet, and welcome to the TJB Hall of Fame!

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New York Jets running back Bilal Powell (29) rushes for a touchdown during the second half of an NFL football game against the Miami Dolphins Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017, in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun) (Bill Kostroun/AP)
New York Jets running back Bilal Powell (29) rushes for a touchdown during the second half of an NFL football game against the Miami Dolphins Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017, in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun) (Bill Kostroun/AP)

When Bilal Powell was drafted in the fourth round of the 2011 draft by the Jets, he was joining a backfield that included the legendary LaDainian Tomlinson. 

Powell only appeared in two games that season but the knowledge he picked up from Tomlinson in the Hall of Famer's final season was invaluable to his career...

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Oct 28, 2017; Seattle, WA, USA; UCLA Bruins quarterback Josh Rosen (3) looks to pass against the Washington Huskies during the first quarter at Husky Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports (Joe Nicholson)
Oct 28, 2017; Seattle, WA, USA; UCLA Bruins quarterback Josh Rosen (3) looks to pass against the Washington Huskies during the first quarter at Husky Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports (Joe Nicholson)

Ralph Vacchiano | Facebook | Twitter | ArchiveThe most important football game for New York will not take place at the Meadowlands on Sunday. It will take place 2,800 miles away at the Los Angeles Coliseum, where the future of one or both of the New York teams may be on display Saturday night.

And yes, both the Giants and Jets will both have scouts in the press box watching UCLA take on USC - along with 18 other NFL teams. Their eyes will be fixed on Bruins quarterback Josh Rosen and Trojans quarterback Sam Darnold - the odds-on favorites to be the first and second picks of the 2018 draft.

The Jets, of course, are desperate to find their franchise quarterback. And the Giants are searching for the heir to their 36-year-old quarterback Eli Manning. Right now, the Giants seem to be in the best position to grab the quarterback they desire. But a few more losses over the final six games, and perhaps a trade up, and the Jets could be in position, too.

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New York Jets corner back Buster Skrine (Brad Penner/USA Today Sports Images)
New York Jets corner back Buster Skrine (Brad Penner/USA Today Sports Images)

Jets CB Buster Skrine was fined $48,620 for his hit on Bucs WR DeSean Jackson last Sunday, per SNY's Ralph Vacchiano.

The third quarter hit on Jackson yielded an unnecessary roughness penalty. It was the 11th time this season Skrine has been penalized, which is the most by any defensive player in the NFL. 

It is also the second time Skrine has been fined this season. He was docked for a hit on Raiders RB DeAndre Washington in Week 2. 

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The Jets have finally reached their bye week, and it's probably at the right time after a dreadful loss to the Tampa Buccaneers. The guys discuss the defeat, as well as a recap of the season so far.

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(Steve Nesius/AP)

The Jets (4-6) are on their bye week and next face the Carolina Panthers on Nov. 26. Here's what's going on Friday:

Need to know

The Jets are scheduled to return to practice on Monday. Follow @RVaccianoSNY on Twitter to keep up with all the latest Jets news and rumors from SNY's Ralph Vacciano.

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Jets mid-season awards 00:05:26
The Jets Nation crew take a look back at Gang Green's first half and hand out their mid-season awards.

The Jets Nation crew take a look back at Gang Green's first half and hand out their mid-season awards.


Jets mid-season report cards 00:09:19
The Jets Nation crew take a look back at the Jets' first half of the campaign and hand out their mid-season report cards.

Former Jets LB and current SNY Jets contributor Chad Cascadden gives his midseason grades.

Tune in to the Jets Nation Midseason report tonight at 6:30 on SNY!


Offense Overall: (C)

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(Kim Klement)

The Jets (4-6) are on their bye week and next face the Carolina Panthers on Nov. 26. Here's what's going on Wednesday:

Need to know

The Jets are scheduled to return to practice next Monday. Follow @RVaccianoSNY on Twitter to keep up with all the latest Jets news and rumors from SNY's Ralph Vacciano.

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Current state of the Jets 00:02:37
Jon Hein and Willie Colon break down the current outlook for the Jets after their recent loss to Tampa Bay that dropped them to 4-6.

Jon Hein and Willie Colon break down the current outlook for the Jets after their recent loss to Tampa Bay that dropped them to 4-6.


NY Jets Special Teams coach Mike Westhoff as the Jets get in practice at the Jets Training Facility during training camp in Florham Park, NJ on Aug. 8, 2011 (William Perlman (USA Today))
NY Jets Special Teams coach Mike Westhoff as the Jets get in practice at the Jets Training Facility during training camp in Florham Park, NJ on Aug. 8, 2011 (William Perlman (USA Today))

Mike Westhoff, who had been working for SNY as Jets contributor, is coming out of retirement to join the Saints as a coach.

The 69-year old Westhoff, who was a special teams coach for the Jets from 2001 to 2012, is joining the Saints in the same capacity.

"I didn't want to regret something I didn't try," Westhoff said, according to the NY Post.

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Miami Dolphins outside linebacker Lawrence Timmons tackles New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson during the first half at Hard Rock Stadium. (Jasen Vinlove/USA TODAY Sports)
Miami Dolphins outside linebacker Lawrence Timmons tackles New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson during the first half at Hard Rock Stadium. (Jasen Vinlove/USA TODAY Sports)

The Jets (4-6) are on their bye week and next face the Carolina Panthers on Nov. 26. Here's what's going on Wednesday:

Need to know

The Jets are scheduled to return to practice next Monday. Follow @RVaccianoSNY on Twitter to keep up with all the latest Jets news and rumors from SNY's Ralph Vacciano.

Tags: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Demario Davis, Jamal Adams, Josh McCown, Leonard Williams, Morris Claiborne, Robby Anderson, Steve McLendon
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(Jerry Lai)

Former Jet Bart Scott will join Chris Carlin and Maggie Gray as the team to replace Mike Francesa on WFAN, per the NY Daily News. 

The annoucement has yet to be made by WFAN itself, but it was first reported that Carlin and Scott were to take part of the team taking over for the legendary Francesa. 

Scott currently works with ESPN 98.7 while Carlin talks for WIP radio in Philadelphia. Gray works for SI Now and CBS Sports Radio. 

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(Aaron Doster)

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The Jets put together their most complete performance of the season in an impressive 34-21 win over the Bills on Thursday night, rushing for almost 200 yards and racking up seven sacks and three fumble recoveries in the process.

Let's start this week by breaking down the performances on the offensive side of the ball:

Quarterbacks

With the running game working, Josh McCown didn't need to throw much this week, but he was efficient when he did. He threw just seven passes after halftime, completing five. In the first half, while the game was still in the balance, McCown gave the Jets the lead with a touchdown scramble, completing a drive he'd kept alive himself with another third-down run.

Tags: ArDarius Stewart, Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Bilal Powell, Brent Qvale, Brian Winters, Chad Hansen, Elijah McGuire, James Carpenter, Jeremy Kerley, Josh McCown, Kelvin Beachum, Matt Forte, Robby Anderson, Wesley Johnson
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Cast your votes below for the Jets offense, defense, special teams and coaching during the first half of the season and see the results on Jets Nation: Mid Season Report on Thursday 11/16 at 6:30PM.

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Nov 12, 2017; Tampa, FL, USA; New York Jets quarterback Josh McCown (15) drops back against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the first half at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports (Kim Klement)
Nov 12, 2017; Tampa, FL, USA; New York Jets quarterback Josh McCown (15) drops back against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the first half at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports (Kim Klement)

The Jets (4-6) are now on their bye week. Their next game is against the Carolina Panthers on November 26th. Here's what's going on today...

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(Kim Klement)

Unlike the previous week, the Jets offense looked stale in their 15-10 loss to the Bucs on Sunday.

Consistency is what the players didn't see from the unit after the game. As the Jets tried to find a rhythm, something would halt them in their tracks. Josh McCown says it's on the veterans like him because they didn't pull the team together. 

"Myself and the other veterans have to pull these [young] guys along, help us find consistency and be better," McCown told Jets.com's Ethan Greenberg. "Because every unit, at some point this year, has played and shown that they can play with the best in the league. But we have to do that for four quarters week in and week out and we didn't do that today. We have to take these next two weeks to get healthy, look in the mirror and figure out ways to do that and be better, so we can make a run down the stretch."

Tags: Bilal Powell, Elijah McGuire, Josh McCown, Matt Forte, Robby Anderson
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(Charles LeClaire)

The University of Tennessee has expressed interest in Jets DC Kacy Rodgers to become their next head coach, per Newsday's Calvin Watkins.

Tennessee fired Butch Jones on Sunday, leaving the school to hire a new coach following the season. No interviews have been scheduled as the talks are just beginning between both sides. 

Rodgers played for the Vols from 1988-1991 was he was a linebacker/defensive end. He was also born in Humboldt, Tennessee. 

The Vols do not need permission from the Jets to talk to Rodgers about the position. 

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(Kim Klement)

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After the win against Buffalo, there was a lot of hype about the "resurgent" Jets and some talk of Todd Bowles as a coach of the year candidate. However, after yesterday's dispiriting loss, the reality is that the Jets have lost four of five with their only win coming over a Bills team whose 37-point loss to the Saints yesterday suggests they have been overrated. Heading to the bye, it's probably time to reset our expectations.

Let's start this week by breaking down the performances on the defensive side of the ball...

Tags: Buster Skrine, Demario Davis, Jamal Adams, Jordan Jenkins, Juston Burris, Leonard Williams, Marcus Maye, Morris Claiborne, Muhammad Wilkerson, Steve McLendon
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(Kim Klement)

After playing their best game of the season against the Bills last Thursday, the Jets looked lethargic in their 15-10 loss to the Bucs on Sunday. 

It didn't look like the same Jets energy that ran all over MetLife Stadium a week prior. Head coach Todd Bowles noticed a lack of spirit to start the game, and it would last until the final whistle. 

"You've got to show up every week in this league or you get it handed to you," Bowles told The Post's Brian Costello. "We didn't show up today."

Tags: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Josh McCown, Kelvin Beachum, Morris Claiborne, Robby Anderson
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Buccaneers QB Ryan Fitzpatrick got his first start on Sunday against his former team, and made the best of it with a victory. 

"It was special to me to be able to win that game," Fitpatrick told NJ.com's Connor Hughes.

Fitzpatrick led the Bucs to a 15-10 win as the Jets suffered their sixth loss of the season. It wasn't his best performance as he finished 17-for-34 for 187 yards, one touchdown, and one interception. But his fourth-quarter touchdown pass to Charles Sims would be the deciding score, and the feat Fitzpatrick was hoping to achieve. 

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Jets Post Game Overtime: 11/12 00:11:49
The Jets Post Game crew hands out report cards following the Jets' 15-10 loss at the hands of the Buccaneers.

Nov 12, 2017; Tampa, FL, USA; New York Jets wide receiver Chad Hansen (16) reacts with a towel over his head during the fourth quarter against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports (Kim Klement)
Nov 12, 2017; Tampa, FL, USA; New York Jets wide receiver Chad Hansen (16) reacts with a towel over his head during the fourth quarter against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports (Kim Klement)

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What a waste of an opportunity.

That's the only way to describe that hideous, 15-10 loss the Jets had on Sunday to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Jets had showed so much promise in recent weeks. They were 10 days removed from their best win of the season. They were getting everyone excited as they sat on the edge of the AFC playoff picture.

Tags: Bilal Powell, Josh McCown, Matt Forte, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Ralph Vacchiano
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Bowles, McCown on 15-10 loss 00:02:04
Jets head coach Todd Bowles attributes the team's 15-10 loss to sloppy overall play, while QB Josh McCown credits Tampa Bay's game plan.

The Jets struggled on offense and former Jets QB Ryan Fitzpatrick led the Bucaneers to a 15-10 win on Sunday at Raymond James Stadium.  >> Box score


 

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Dr. Levine on treating soldiers 00:03:37
Dr. David Levine discusses his experience treating both professional athletes and soldiers. Demario Davis talks about their relationship.

Oct 8, 2017; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns quarterback Kevin Hogan (8) runs the ball as New York Jets cornerback Morris Claiborne (21) comes in for the tackle during the second half at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports (Ken Blaze)
Oct 8, 2017; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns quarterback Kevin Hogan (8) runs the ball as New York Jets cornerback Morris Claiborne (21) comes in for the tackle during the second half at FirstEnergy Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports (Ken Blaze)

Jets DE Muhammad Wilkerson is active and CB Morris Claiborne is set to return on Sunday when the team faces the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a road matchup.

Claiborne returned to practice on Thursday after he was sidelined last week with a foot injury, while Wilkerson is set to go after resting during the week.

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New York Jets safety Jamal Adams (Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports)
New York Jets safety Jamal Adams (Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports)

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THE GAME

The Jets (4-5) at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-6) at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, on Sunday, Nov. 12 at 1 p.m. ET.

THE WEATHER

We'll be shivering up here in the Northeast all weekend, but not so much down in Tampa. Temperatures should be in the low 80s throughout the game under partly cloudy skies, moderate winds, and a tiny chance of showers at some point...

Tags: Darron Lee, Demario Davis, Jamal Adams, Robby Anderson, Ralph Vacchiano
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Vacc's 3 Keys to a Jets win 00:01:24
SNY NFL Insider Ralph Vacchiano gives his three keys to a Jets victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday.

SNY NFL Insider Ralph Vacchiano gives his three keys to a Jets victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday.

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Oct 15, 2017; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson (11) runs with the ball against New England Patriots safety Duron Harmon (30) during the fourth quarter at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports (Brad Penner)
Oct 15, 2017; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson (11) runs with the ball against New England Patriots safety Duron Harmon (30) during the fourth quarter at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports (Brad Penner)

Jets WR Robby Anderson is only in the midst of his second NFL season, but he already has lofty goals for what he hopes is a memorable NFL career.

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New York Jets head coach Todd Bowles talks to reporters after an NFL football game against the Buffalo Bills, Friday, Nov. 3, 2017, in East Rutherford, N.J. The Jets won 34-21. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun) (AP)
New York Jets head coach Todd Bowles talks to reporters after an NFL football game against the Buffalo Bills, Friday, Nov. 3, 2017, in East Rutherford, N.J. The Jets won 34-21. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun) (AP)

The Jets have activated WR JoJo Natson their practice squad as part of three moves before the team takes on the Bucs on the road on Sunday.

In addition to adding Natson, the Jets waived/injured DL Ed Stinson and signed CB Michael Hunter to the practice squad.

Natson is a 5'7" wide receiver who went undrafted out of Akron and originally signed with the Indianapolis Colts. The Colts waived Natson in September and he later signed with the Jets. 

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GEICO SportsNite: Darron Lee 00:01:43
Jeane Coakley talks to Jets' linebacker Darron Lee about the team's focus coming off a big win and their preparation for Sunday's game.