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New York Jets nose tackle Kenrick Ellis will be sidelined four to six weeks with a sprained medial collateral ligament in his left knee.
Coach Rex Ryan confirms Thursday that the backup lineman will miss at least a month after being injured in the Jets' 23-17 loss to Houston on Monday night. Ellis was filling in for starter Sione Po'uha, sidelined with a sore lower back.
Ryan says safety Eric Smith will miss New York's game Sunday against Indianapolis after he sprained a knee during ''a scary moment'' in practice Wednesday while trying to knock down a pass. Tests revealed the sprain, and Ryan was relieved it wasn't worse.
Ryan is hopeful center Nick Mangold (ankle), tight end Dustin Keller (hamstring) and wide receiver Stephen Hill (hamstring) will play Sunday.
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New York Jets coach Rex Ryan bristled at a reporter's inquiry about the way in which the team has been using Tim Tebow in the Wildcat formation.
The New York Jets success against the Pittsburgh Steelers was essential to put an end to the criticism against Rex Ryan and Gang Green. While The Jets performed well against the Bills the week before, the media praised the Jets’ performance and second guessed their previous judgments.
The Jets needed to change their game when taking on the Steelers. They could not use the same...
New York jets head coach Rex Ryan told the media that he had some sleep specialists come in and talk with his team about good sleep habits and how to get the right amount rest during the night.
“We’ve had sleep people come in, talking about how important sleep is, how important it is to get eight hours of it,” Ryan said Friday, per ESPNNewYork.com. “We bring in these specialists...
After a 1-1 start, Rex Ryan is already getting sick of answering the same questions. He has had it with the Tim Tebow talk. He is fed up with the questions asking about the wildcat offense. In two short weeks, Ryan is fed up with the same old stuff.
Get used to it.
Ryan should have known that from the day the Jets traded for Tebow, this was no longer strictly about football. It was...
Sunday's visit by the New York Jets will mean a homecoming for former Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano. In reality, it seems a little strange that Jets head coach Rex Ryan would have hired Sparano considering how different their personalities are.
Rex Ryan has most certainly heard the rumblings that his job could be on the line this season, so one has to figure that he’s being exceptionally mindful of how his team is run nowadays.Mark Sanchez has definitely heard the rumblings about his job security, even after signing a big extension this past off-season.Then, to ice the cake, the team traded for the most polarizing figure...
Jets coach Rex Ryan may be over discussing Tim Tebow, the Wild Cat formation, juggling quarterbacks and anything pertaining to any combination of the above.
What he’s certainly happy to discuss with the media is the proclamation that Pro Bowl cornerback Darrelle Revis has been cleared for contact after suffering a concussion at the hands of teammate Bart Scott.
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Insisting "the media's not going to drive it," Jets head coach Rex Ryan made it clear that only he and the team will decide when and how to use Tim Tebow.
With Tim Tebow's playing time causing a stir, head coach Rex Ryan isn't allowing the media or any one outside the organization to know how many snaps the Jets Wildcat specialist will see on Sundays.
DAVIE, Fla. As many saw on Hard Knocks, Ryan Tannehill is hardly a flamboyant guy.
Hes tweeted once since July 20, and that was to simply to display a picture of a product that helps keep him cool in the Florida sun. When Tannehill was asked earlier this week what Dolphins fans say to him when hes out in public, he said, I dont go out much. I stay home.
Maybe the Miami rookie...
The TOJ Staff discusses what match-up they are most looking forward to in the Jets/Dolphins game. Make sure to give everybody a follow on Twitter to check back later in the day for this week’s Fact or False -
Joe Caporoso - The Jets wide receivers/passing game against Miami’s secondary. The Dolphins have a stout front seven, which is going to make it difficult for the Jets...
While the Miami Dolphins hope their first victory is the beginning of a much-needed turnaround for the storied franchise, the New York Jets hope their latest setback is something that won't be too hard for them to improve upon.
The host Dolphins look to continue their progression under new coach Joe Philbin on Sunday when they try to add to the struggles of a Jets offense guided...