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In case you don't find Darrelle Revis and the New York Jets annoying enough on the field, the All-Pro cornerback's off-the-field activities have been set to music by Nike. As part of the "Always On" ad campaign, Nike paired video of Revis jogging, sorting his clothes in his closet and walking down the street with music. It's all intended to make you want to buy some Nikes. Or something like that. Check out the Revis video below.
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From the Department of Bad to Worse:The NY Daily News is reporting that New York Jets WRs Santonio Holmes, Plaxico Burress and Derrick Mason have all individually met with head coach Rex Ryan to complain about Offensive Coordinator Brian … [visit site to read more]Jets WRs complain to Rex Ryan about Schottenheimer - The Jet Press - The Jet Press - A New York Jets Fan Site - News...
One day after losing to their AFC East rivals, the New York Jets are on the receiving end of more negative criticism, this time from a former longtime Patriot.
In a Q&A article for ESPNBoston.com, analyst and ex-Pats linebacker Tedy Bruschi was asked whether or not the Jets remain contenders to win the division. His answer wasn’t exactly an endorsement of New York’s chances...
Profootballtalk.com is reporting that photos of a Jets staff member have been seen on the sidelines during the New York Jets – New England Patriots holding a camera and pointing it towards the Patriots sideline.The image was seen at the start of … [visit site to read more]Are the Jets guilty of their own spygate? - The Jet Press - The Jet Press - A New York Jets Fan Site - News...
Derrick Mason's playing time was cut deeply on Sunday. Tuesday night, the Jets gave him the boot.
The New York Jets have denied that three wide receivers went to head coach Rex Ryan to question the job being done by their offensive coordinator. The New York Daily News reported Sunday that Santonio Holmes, Plaxico Burress and Derrick Mason had individually approached Ryan in the past few weeks with concerns about Brian Schottenheimer. The team released a brief statement before...
2-3. A mark most teams reach and start to wonder what isn’t going right. For the New York Jets, that’s quite a few things on both sides of the ball. Special teams? Could be the best in the league. Mike Westhoff will get returns with Sione Pouha, but sadly special teams accounts for but 30% of total play.
Offense. Surprisingly, the Jets are finally making the shift towards getting...
Students at Thurgood Marshall School in Irvington got a special visit from New York Jets linebacker Jamaal Westerman
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The Jets wanted to get back to Ground and Pound. Well, the Patriots grounded their offense and pounded their defense.
The Jets fell to their hated division rivals 30-21 yesterday at Gillette Stadium, suffering their third straight loss for the first time since Rex Ryan’s first year...
Rex Ryan and the New York Jets left New England searching for their swagger.
Wide receiver Derrick Mason never made much of an impact this season with the New York Jets. It was reported that this past weekend Mason was benched because he ended up complaining to Jets head coach Rex Ryan about not getting enough passes thrown his way. Now according to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, [...]
Center Nick Mangold of the New York Jets and tight end Aaron Hernandez were active Sunday after missing two games with injuries.
Veteran's role on team diminished in New England game
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- There was little question when yesterday's 30-21 loss to the Patriots turned bad for the Jets.
It came in the devastating form of a three-punch knockout flurry that included a controversial ruling from the officials' replay booth -- which Jets linebacker Calvin Pace told The Post...