Try Ralph Peterson's DVD. Here is a link and an excerpt.
I seriously don't know if you can do any better DVD - wise than Riley's The Master Drummer. I guess you could get his books if you don't already have them. And just listen to A LOT of jazz. Better than books and DVDs.I have "The Master Drummer" (J Riley) on DVD, and while it is a great DVD, I find myself looking to see if I can find at least one more good DVD which aims to teach Jazz drumming "fundamentals" (ex:. - common rhythm patterns, stickings, grooves, etc.).
Glad to know about this suggestion, Ulysses Owens Jr. is a great Jazz drummer, I might it order it for myself (;To get started with brushes, I like Florian-Alexandru Zorn "The complete guide to playing brushes". It offers a general modern approach, easy to follow, a well described book with basics videoclips on the techniques. Efficient but not exhaustive.
Tommy Igoe has 2 DVD on "Essential Grooves" that cover a lot of jazz, latin, etc.
I just ordered Master Drummer and "Jazz Brushes for the Modern Drummer" by Ulysses Owens, I'll tell you about it in time.
This guy also has a course, he's amazing, check him out: https://maxsansalonedrums.com/video-lessons