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First Geno Smith fired his agent for not being taken in the top-10 of the first round of this year’s draft. Now his teammate, cornerback Dee Milliner has done the same.
Milliner fired his agent because he wasn’t taken in the top-5 of the draft, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network.
What’s really sad is that these players don’t understand that an agent doesn’t control where they get drafted.
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It looks like Geno Smith and one of his new Jets teammates have been spending some time together. Jets top pick, Dee Milliner has now also fired his agency, Impact Sports, according to Ian Rapoport.
#Jets CB Dee Milliner parted ways with Impact Sports after failing to be selected in the top 5. Story on @nfl.com. First Geno, now Milliner
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) May 16,...
The Jets' quarterback depth chart just got a little thinner.
Veteran signal-caller David Garrard told NFL.com's Adam Schein that he's retiring due to his surgically-repaired knee "not holding up."
"Having to call it quits," Garrard wrote in a text to Schein. "My knee is not holding up. Continuing to swell after practices."
A miffed Joe McKnight smacked down speculation that he could be the odd man out in the New York Jets' crowded backfield, saying they'd have to ''kill me'' to take his spot.
The running back, entering his fourth season, says Thursday that he doesn't care who the Jets bring in at the position and he's going to ''prove'' he belongs. New...
David Garrard is out of the New York Jets' quarterback competition.
A person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press on Wednesday that Garrard plans to retire because of lingering knee issues.
The 35-year-old Garrard was signed in March to provide veteran competition for Mark Sanchez. But Garrard, who hadn't played in a regular-season game in the NFL since...
David Garrard says his surgically repaired left knee kept swelling up on him after workouts, and that forced him to realize he couldn't compete for the New York Jets' starting quarterback job.
Garrard tells SiriusXM NFL Radio on Thursday that his decision to consider retirement was a result of his knee not being healthy, not because the Jets drafted Geno Smith in the second...
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the New York Jets have hired former Cardinals general manager Rod Graves.
Jets are expected to hire former Cardinals GM Rod Graves to join their front office staff
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) May 15, 2013
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Lincoln Haymakers (of the Champions Professional Indoor Football League) head coach Dave Brumagen did the unthinkable and clearly very stupid when he decided to show his players how to take a running back down. Problem is he did it during a game when he nailed Omaha Beef running back R.J. Rollins.
Things like this classy move (sarcasm totally intended there) is what will keep...
Two weeks ago the New York Jets released Tim Tebow. Now 35-year-old David Garrard has announced he will retire due to his knee. "Having to call it quits. My knee is not holding up. Continuing to swell after practices. Limiting what I can do," Garrard wrote in a text message to SiriusXM. And then there were four?While this is sad news for Garrard, it is bad news for the...
There was some speculation that David Garrard could be the
New York Jets starting quarterback to open the regular season, as the team
develops Geno Smith and rumors of Mark Sanchez’s trade/release swirled.
However, Garrard ended that discussion yesterday, announcing his retirement
from the NFL.
Garrard told NFL.com’s Adam Schein that his knee won’t allow
him to continue...
Here at Turn On The Jets, we decided to take a page out of Robert Mays book over at Grantland (a polite way of saying rip his article idea off) by counting down the 115 days until the New York Jets kick off, with a daily reason to get excited about their return. Mays has the whole NFL to work with, we only have the Goddamn Jets…now there is a challenge, step your game up Mays...
Sanchez seems destined to start for the Jets, again.
David Garrard has decided to retire due to a lingering knee injury, according to Adam Schein of SNY and NFL.com.Fantasy Spin:Garrard hasn't appeared in an NFL game since 2010. His retirement means that Mark Sanchez only has to beat out rookie Geno Smith to be the Jets' starting quarterback again.
Let's make it perfectly clear. Tim Tebow is not an NFL quarterback. An NFL quarterback needs to complete the pass 60 percent of the time to be effective.Some days it's hard for Tebow to complete 40 percent of his passes. I don't care what Skip Bayless of ESPN constantly says about Tim Tebow being a great playoff quarterback.The fact is Tim Tebow does well in the 4th quarter...
Carolina Panthers receiver Steve Smith doesn't think much of Mark Sanchez. Sanchez doesn't think much of it.Wednesday, Smith took a shot at the New York Jets' much-maligned quarterback. "He sucks," Smith told a Charlotte radio station. "I wouldn't let Mark Sanchez throw me a paper bag sandwich." Thursday, Sanchez was asked about Smith's comments...