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FOX NFL analyst Terry Bradshaw ripped disgruntled New York Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes Wednesday, and said he wouldn't put up with Holmes' shenanigans.
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Yesterday began the NFL offseason, and with it your chance to put many questionable characters – if you wish – in front of the proverbial firing squad. Up next Santonio Holmes … does his production trump his attitude?
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If Santonio Holmes is back for another season even though several teammates think he quit on them in Sunday's season-ending loss in Miami, don't expect to see a captain's "C'' on his jersey.
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Meeting New York Jets’ wide receiver Santonio Holmes at a fundraiser on December 12th at the Fresh Meadow Country Club on Long Island had temporarily changed my perception of the Jets’ star (temporarily being the key word).
Like most, viewing him from a distance over his career with the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Jets, had caused me to (fairly or unfairly) assume certain things...
Mark Sanchez says he'll make it work with Santonio Holmes
PFT Live: NY Daily News Jets beat reporter Manish Mehta says Santonio Holmes and Mark Sanchez will have to work on their chemistry if they're going to move forward together. (NBC Sports)
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Santonio Holmes of the Jets appeared to quit on his team on Sunday. Do other examples of quitting come to mind? And what do you think the repercussions should be?
The Jets' season may have ended Sunday afternoon in Miami but there's still plenty to talk about. Is Mark Sanchez really a franchise quarterback? What are the Jets going to do about Santonio Holmes? Does the team really want Brian Schottenheimer back running the offense in 2012? Manish ...
Right now, everyone’s piling on the Jets … so what’s one more comment gonna hurt at this point? In case you missed it, last night on Showtime’s Inside the NFL, Mike Lombardi shared some interesting “internal” information he has from the Jets organization and their feelings on Santonio:
There’s a huge dysfunction faction going on with the New York Jets and it starts...
The blame game in New York started almost before the Jets were eliminated from the playoffs. Receiver Santonio Holmes is the whipping boy du jour for his multiple disappearing acts. But others fault poor play calling by offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, while some cite the team’s falling defensive rank as proof that head coach Rex Ryan lost his touch, and still others...
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Coming up after the jump, an analysis of yesterday’s season-ending loss to the Dolphins, including details of Santonio...