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The New York Jets, as expected, claimed receiver Braylon Edwards off waivers after he was officially released by the Seattle Seahawks. The extremely thin at receiver Jets look to be extremely thick-skinned as well, willing to bring back a known problem player who just called the Jets brass "idiots' only a week ago. But then again, the Jets are mathematically still in the playoff hunt, and there's no time for grudges.
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What was hinted at a few weeks ago has been all but confirmed: Tim Tebow is largely unhappy with the Jets.
Following a Week 14 contest in which Tebow received zero snaps, head coach Rex Ryan admitted that the backup quarterback likely is disappointed he came to New York this offseason.
"That's probably a true statement, as a competitor you want to have success, you want...
BRAYLON'S RETURN TO JETS IS A WELCOMED ONE, BUT WILL HE BE READY TO CONTRIBUTE ON MONDAY NIGHT? FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Braylon Edwards is back sporting green and white, but will be limited in Thursday's practice with a hamstring injury.The Jets claimed Edwards off waivers Monday, who was last played for the team in 2010, picking up the remaining $164,000 on his $875,000 contract...
Tim Tebow's days of running the New York Jets' wildcat-style offense appear over for now.
Rex Ryan said Thursday that the backup quarterback will be active Monday night at Tennessee, but will likely not run the wildcat or participate as the punt protector on special teams. Tebow has not played in the Jets' last three games while dealing with two broken ribs, sustained...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, free agent wide receiver Braylon Edwards could end up signing with the New York Jets, who’ve been depleted at the wide receiver position all season.
After winning yesterday’s game against the Jaguars, the Jets are now 6-7 and only a game out of the wild card race. If they sign Edwards it will give them a better chance of making it to the...
Jets halfback Bilal Powell is dealing with a broken left toe according to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News.Fantasy Spin:Shonn Greene (883 yards, six TD) will become a more attractive backfield option for fantasy owners if Powell is unable to play against the Titans on Monday.
The New York Jets have claimed wide receiver Braylon Edwards
off waivers from the Seattle Seahawks, reports Dan Hanzus of NFL.com.
In an expected move, the New York Jets announced
Tuesday that they have been awarded wide receiver Braylon Edwards off
waivers from the Seattle Seahawks.
Hanzus notes that it’s a strange reunion considering the bad
terms under which the...
The Jets have claimed veteran receiver Braylon Edwards off waivers from Seattle.Fantasy Spin:The Jets are dealing with multiple injuries at the wide receiver spot and Edwards will add depth and a goal line target. Given the quarterbacking situation in New York, however, his fantasy value is limited.
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Wow, when I saw this poster of NY Jets linebacker Mark Gastineau from the 1980′s, I did TWO THINGS:
Laughed my ASS off
THREW UP in my mouth
There is NO disputing that Gastineau was a great pass rusher, but he was the GEICO caveman before the GEICO caveman.
Patriots quarterbacks of the era, Steve Grogan and Tony Eason may have feared Gastineau on the gridiron...
ESPN president John Skipper told producers what NFL fans have been aware of since week one — there's too much coverage of Tim Tebow on the cable network.
"I said, 'Guys, we didn't handle this very well." Going to training camp wasn't a problem. We just stayed on it relentlessly and too long," Skipper told Sports Business Journal.
ESPN sent hordes...
Funny man Adam Sandler made a guest appearance at the 12/12/12 Sandy Relief Concert at Madison Square Garden. He showed off his vocals with his own rendition of the great Leonard Cohen song “Hallelujah” and called it “Sandy, screw ya!” Although Sandler wore a New York Jets shirt, he decided to poke fun at QB Mark Sanchez.
“Cause we believe this too shall pass, like...
Tim Tebow hasn't been healthy enough to see the field for a month, yet New York Jets coach Rex Ryan insists Tebow remains the No. 2 quarterback. Meanwhile, Greg McElroy, Gang Green's third-stringer, is the only quarterback not named Mark Sanchez to run New York's offense in a regular season game this year. The healthy and capable McElroy replaced Sanchez in the second...