Found January 27, 2012 on Beer Mug Sports:
In an interview given to the NFL Network, New York Jets Cornerback Darrell Revis shared his thoughts on the feud within the Jets locker room during their disappointing 2011 season.  When asked about what Rex knew of the discord, Revis said, "Basically, he didn't know a lot of things that were going on behind the scenes." He went on, "It was just so much stuff. I'm really not going to get into it because some of the stuff is real deep, but he didn't know a lot of the things. He wanted people to say things to him. But obviously it didn't come out. It came out on the field." According to Revis, all of the issues can be rectified easily.  His plan of action would be, "When we come in there in OTAs, just have a player meeting," Revis told the NFL Network in Hawaii, "The leaders need to step up, talk to everybody in the building and say, 'Hey, man, this is our goal this year. This is what we need to accomplish.' Let's not ge...

Jets Cornerback Darrelle Revis Calls for End of Team Feuds, Says 'Leaders Need to Step Up'

Well, at least one New York Jets player wants the fighting to stop among teammates. Darrelle Revis has been known for his trash talk, but now it is time for him to step up and take a leadership role. He has taken it upon himself to assemble a player's meeting to talk through everything that occurred over the course of the 2011 season, according to "When we come...

Namath: Sanchez will be fine with right roster

Joe Namath says Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez will be fine if the Jets put the right players around him. The former Jets quarterback and Hall of Famer saw the new HBO documentary about his life for the first time at a screening in Manhattan on Wednesday night. It tells the story of a young quarterback who threw too many interceptions, then learned to trust his teammates to lead...

Revis says team leaders need to set immediate example for Jets

Darrelle Revis is enjoying his time in the Hawaii sun for the Pro Bowl, but he remains disappointed with how the Jets' season spiraled out of control.


Nick Mangold hasn't been beseiged by a barrage of inquries from other players at the Pro Bowl, wondering exactly wenet down with the Jets' late-season flame out. 

Joe Namath on His Relationship with the Jets: I Feel Awful About it

Some would say Joe Namath has a “strained” relationship with the current Jets organization. We would say the relationship doesn’t exist. The greatest quarterback in Jets history has tried to ruffle the feathers of the current team and administration, but his attempts have largely been unsuccessful.  It is unclear whether Namath feels his legacy would be threatened if the Jets...

The Reality Of Peyton Manning To The New York Jets

We might as well get this out of the way now. Let’s talk about Peyton Manning and the New York Jets by starting with a few clear realities - 1. Peyton Manning isn’t going back to Indianapolis. 2. It remains up in the air whether or not Manning is going to be healthy enough to play this year or ever again. 3. If Manning is medically cleared for the 2012 season, the New York Jets...

Chris Rock on Plaxico Burress

#bbpBox_162224555937636352 a { text-decoration:none; color:#0084B4; }#bbpBox_162224555937636352 a:hover { text-decoration:underline; }The best thing that happened to the giants this year was plaxico picking the jetsJanuary 25, 2012 12:25 pm via WhoSayReplyRetweetFavorite@chrisrockChris Rock Cue to every New York Jets fan nodding.

Namath defends Sanchez, doesn't want Jets upset with him

Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Namath says current Jets QB Mark Sanchez will learn from his mistakes and be fine if the team gets better around him.

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