Jets working out several free agent defensive linemen

The Jets may be trying to patch a hole before the draft with some veteran help.
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Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that the Jets are set to work out a pair of free agent defensive linemen on Monday. Tyrunn Walker and LaVar Edwards are due for the meeting with the team.

Walker played in every game for the Rams last season, starting four times and finishing the year with 22 tackles, a sack and a forced fumble. Walker has also played for the Lions and Saints since 2012.

Collins fractured the forearm Dec. 24 in Arizona and soon thereafter had surgery to repair the break. It did not heal properly, thus the need for a second procedure. He posted on Instagram a picture of himself Monday in a hospital gown.

Limited Mens Greg Maddux Jersey This will be a huge season for Collins, as he is entering the final year of his four-year, $6.1 million rookie contract and is in line for a big deal, if he plays to the level the Giants expect of him. A 2015 second-round draft pick out of Alabama, he was a legitimate NFL Defensive Authentic Paul Stastny Jersey Player of the Year candidate in 2016, named first-team All-Pro and a Pro Bowl starter. His 125 tackles were a Giants record for a safety, and he was the first NFL safety in 16 years to record 100-plus tackles, at least five interceptions and at least three sacks.

J.P. Finley of NBC Sports Washington reports that the Redskins aren’t expected to be interested in bringing Breeland back once he’s healthy. They signed Orlando Scandrick to go with Josh Norman, Quinton Dunbar, Fabian Moreau and Josh Holsey on the cornerback depth chart.

It is time to return to WFAN, Francesa told the paper.

Calvin Munson Mens Jersey It remains unclear what exactly what that role will be, though Francesa referenced a project he’s been working on with his agency, CAA. The Post reported Monday that even with CAA’s help he had been unable to find a match with ESPN Radio and WOR, and had missed talking New York sports more than he thought he would when he left WFAN in December.

Francesa said that his decision to return to the WFAN airwaves, though, ultimately came down to a mystery group trying to keep him off of them.

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