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Jets announce team awards; Darrelle Revis named MVP [NJ]
Miami: Reggie Bush is out [ESPN]
Rex Ryan says there’s a ’50-50′ chance Brian Schottenheimer gets head coaching job before next season [NJ]
Grand Year? Shonn Greene Only Wants a Win [NY Jets]
Brunell wants to return [ESPN]
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Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush knows you have to look after the ones who look after you. Bush bought his entire offensive line Segways as a thank you for their hard work this season. The running back posted pictures on Twitter of his teammates cruising around the parking lot after receiving the personal transportation devices. Each Segway can cost between $5,000 to about...
For the first time in his career, Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush has eclipsed the 1,000 yard mark for a single season. He feels that this is just the beginning of what he can accomplish in the NFL. “I feel like there’s so much more,” Bush said. “This is just the tip of the [...]
Marshall is probably correct but it isn’t unusual for star players to get the benefit of the call in any league.
Your reputation is gold and the whole Revis Island fallacy does allow Darrelle to be more aggressive than most corners because he knows the ref won’t throw the flag, that is smart on his part.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall believes that New York Jets...
FLORHAM PARK–In an unusual move, Rex Ryan addressed the team this morning just following the stretching period, but before any of the practice started. The team was using its indoor field house, which is a cavernous space, and you could have heard a pin drop as everyone listened intently to what the head coach had to say.
Ryan reiterated the opportunity they had in front of them...
Darrelle Revis has had to defend himself a lot lately, and he was doing it again Thursday in response to claims by Dolphins WR Brandon Marshall that the Jets' star corner plays by a different set of rules.
Alright, Garrett McIntyre did not practice today with his knee, although, it seems like he is getting quite a bit better. (I’m) still not ready to say he is out for the game or in for the game. These players were limited: Marquice Cole, with a knee, Mike DeVito, knee, Brandon Moore, hip, Eric Smith, knee (and) Muhammad Wilkerson, knee. Then all these players...
If you need any window into why it meant so much for Rex Ryan to tell the world on Monday that the Jets “were better” than the Giants a week before losing to them, look no further than in his book “Play Like you Mean It.”
It was released prior to training camp this past summer. Somewhere in it he notes that it meant so much to him to have changed the culture of the Jets...
Also, LaDainian Tomlinson moves past Jerome Bettis into fifth place on all-time rushing list
Just after his team finished stretching yesterday, Jets coach Rex Ryan called it around him on the team’s indoor practice field.
He gave the team a pep talk about the opportunity it has this weekend to make the playoffs and how that is not something to be taken for...
When it was over, after another three turnovers by the starting quarterback, the head coach offered his undying endorsement. Mark Sanchez was abysmal again yesterday, throwing three interceptions in the Jets season-ending 19-17 loss to the Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium. And afterward, Rex Ryan stood firmly behind the third-year quarterback. I think hes the long-term solution,...
What better way to end it all and leave fans excited for a new year.
New Years Day is the beginning of resolutions, a fresh start, healing wounds and expanding on prior successes. After an 0-7 start, the Miami Dolphins finished the season 6-3 with a close win against the New York Jets, sending longtime pass rusher Jason Taylor into the sunset with a win against the...
Miami Dolphins rookie running back Daniel Thomas is slated to start against the New York Jets for Reggie Bush, ruled out earlier in the week because of a right knee injury. Thomas had been questionable with a knee injury. Reserve cornerback Jimmy Wilson (hamstring) is inactive Sunday. John Jerry is to start for Pro Bowl left tackle Jake Long, sidelined by a torn right biceps.