The Jets were founded in 1959 as the Titans of New York and changed their name to Jets in 1962. The squad won the Super Bowl in 1968, their lone participation in the final game.
The Jets’ income in 2019 was 497 million US dollars, despite a franchise worth of around 3.55 billion US dollars in 2020. In the same year, the team’s player budget was 244 million dollars.
The club is based in Florham Park, New Jersey, and now shares MetLife Stadium with the New York Giants in East Rutherford. Robert Wood Johnson IV, a billionaire from the United States, owns the squad.
Date: 1960 – present
Division: AFC East
Headquarters: New Jersey
Stadium: MetLife Stadium – Capacity: 82,500
Coach: Robert Saleh
Chairman/CEO: Woody Johnson
Awards & Honors: Super Bowl (1969)
New York Jets Schedule 2021/22
|17||Jan 2, 2022||vs Tampa Bay||1:00 pm||FOX||MetLife Stadium|
|18||Jan 9, 2022||@ Buffalo||1:00 pm||CBS||Highmark Stadium|
New York Jets Total 2021 Salary Cap
- Maximum Salary Cap: $210,597,814
- Active Contracts: $76,792,328
- Injured Reserve: $62,421,646
- Dead Cap: $32,306,354
- Total Cap: $205,060,910
- Est. Cap Space: $5,536,904
Who is the best player on the New York Jets 2021?
New York Jets wide receiver Corey Davis has been voted as the No. 91 player in the NFL on the “Top 100 Players of 2021” rankings.