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According to Mike Freeman of CBS Sports, New York Jets owner Woody Johnson isn’t happy with all the “leaks” within his organization.
Johnson, these sources explained, isn’t just unhappy with the Jets’ dismal season. He’s unhappy with what he views as a franchise that can’t keep its business behind closed doors.
It’s possible general manager Mike Tannenbaum will be fired on Monday but what league officials are wondering is if Johnson’s unhappiness with how the team is run will stop there.
Indeed, this season, or rarely any other, has a team’s internal doings been so freely broadcast. From Rex Ryan’s future plans in television should he be fired to Tim Tebow’s refusal to run the Wildcat to any other number of stories. It’s no wonder the passing of bowels was not leaked.
It was actually an amazing thing to witness. There has maybe been no team, ever, in which any number of people leaked various intensions due to varying agendas publicly. Look at al of the top franchises in football. The
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An angry New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan took to the podium Friday to shoot down a report that he called "garbage" and "untrue."
Or should we say he tried to shoot it down but looks to have missed.
New York Daily News Jets beat writer Manish Mehta said Thursday that Ryan has been telling "anyone who would listen" that he would welcome his firing...
Dear Woody Johnson,
Hi Woody, I hope this letter finds you sooner rather than later. My name is Mike Donnelly (@TheMikeDonnelly) and I’m a long-time diehard Jets fan that has spent more money than I’d care to discuss while supporting this team. I’m writing you because I–along with many other Jets fans that I’ve spoken with–have some serious concerns about the direction...
Last week the rumblings out of the Jets camp pointed to a potential power play on Rex Ryan’s behalf to oust general manager Mike Tannenbaum.
It looks like there was some meat on those bones because Mike is out and Rex is in.
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Rex Ryan’s bravado may have finally got the best of him. The New York Jets head coach has always been extremely confident, in fact, cocky. According to those in the know, if team owner won’t make the changes Rex wants, he should fire Rex. See, Rex isn’t stupid, either. He didn’t say my way or [...]
Things need to change in New York. Broadway Joe knows it. Fireman Ed knows it. Tim Tebow knows it. And apparently, Rex Ryan knows it. Ryan is, in fact, so adamant about the Jets making changes in the offseason that he’s intimating to “anyone who will listen” that he’d be better off getting fired if owner Woody Johnson isn’t willing to make changes to player personnel and...
According to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News, Jets head coach Rex Ryan might be trying to position himself to get fired if owner Woody Johnson isn’t willing to make the proper offensive upgrades.
The Daily News has learned that Ryan, the swashbuckling point man who dominated the headlines for the past four seasons, has intimated to “anyone who will listen” that he would...
Florham Park, NJ - Bye-bye Tanny.Everyone knew this was coming, but Woody Johnson wasn't about to wait around for a reporter to officially break the news. At 9:14 this morning Johnson sent out a press release via email confirming all of our suspicions as he relieved General Manager Mike Tannenbaum of his duties and expressed his confidence and belief in Rex Ryan to continue to...
Florham Park, NJ - With failure comes change.Last season Brian Schottenheimer was exiled as the sacrificial lamb for the offensive failures of this team. The firing was completely justified, but clearly he wasn't the only problem with this offense. After two straight AFC Championship game appearances, two straight years of missing the playoffs can't be acceptable. Woody...
No matter what, Rex Ryan wants to be the New York Jets coach for years to come.
He opened his news conference Friday by denouncing a published report that said he would welcome being fired if owner Woody Johnson doesn't upgrade the offense.
He said: ''There's no bigger Jet than me.''
He also said the Jets are the ''only team I want to coach - period...
Rex Ryan is off the hot seat, at least for another year. Jets owner Woody Johnson announced today that general manager Mike Tennenbaum would not be back with the team. Johnson released the following statement,
"Mike devoted 15 years of service to the Jets, and I want to thank him for his hard work and dedication. Although he helped guide us to two consecutive AFC Championship...
The New York Jets are planning to fire offensive coordinator Tony Sparano, according to an ESPN.com report on Sunday. In addition, owner Woody Johnson is considering restructuring his front office. Sources told ESPN that coach Rex Ryan is likely to keep his job and is better off having general manager Mike Tannenbaum retained. However, CBS Sports reported that Tannenbaum will likely...
Tony Sparano is once again looking for work.
The Jets will fire Sparano, who lasted just one season as New York’s offensive coordinator, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Sparano previously served as the Dolphins’ head coach, going 29-32 before being fired by Miami after Week 14 last season.
The Jets were once again dismal on offense this season, ranking 30th in total offense...
The shake-up in New York is underway, but Jets owner Woody Johnson doesn’t appear ready to clean house entirely.
The Jets announced on Monday that Johnson has fired general manager Mike Tannenbaum, but head coach Rex Ryan will return for next season.
After a 6-10 season it was expected that Gang Green would re-shuffle, and how they plan to do that is a little clearer now. There...
Black Monday got off to a quick start today after the New York Jets announced that they had fired general manager Mike Tannenbaum in a not totally unexpected move. Offensive coordinator Tony Sparano is reportedly the next member of the Jets staff who will fall off the team's fiscal cliff.
Owner Woody Johnson said Rex Ryan would remain the head coach.
Johnson, who didn'...
New York Jets owner Woody Johnson announced this morning that GM Mike Tannenbaum will not return to the Jets in 2013. Rex Ryan will remain as the Jets coach.
Source: The Redzone