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Heading into training camp, the New York Jets had several key personnel related questions to answer but after just three days of practice, the team received some promising news on Sunday and ended their first weekend in Cortland, New York on somewhat of a high note. After missing the first three days of practice, first-round draft pick (No. 9
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New York Jets rookie quarterback Geno Smith reportedly looked out of breath towards the end of the team's training camp practice on Monday.
Jets fans may have lost all hope after the past couple of seasons but that doesn't mean they still can't find a little humor in their epic slide into Margaritaville. And the same goes for Rex Ryan it seems.
During a relaxing night on the town in Cortland, N.Y., following the second day of training camp, the Jets head coach and his staff ran into this fan wearing a Jets...
Braylon Edwards has touched back down in New York as a returning member of the New York Jets.
The receiver who saw his best days as a member of the Cleveland Browns, is already weighing in on the controversial arms race that is taking place between Mark Sanchez and rookie Geno Smith.
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I don’t think it is going too far to call the quarterback the most important position on the football field. Sure, there have been a handful of teams that found success with average players under center, but most typically, the best teams have the best QBs. So you would think that a team that has an unsettled QB situation has a big decision to make. Which is why New York Jets GM...
Brian Baldinger of the NFL Network was present at Jets practice this weekend, paying particular interest to rookie quarterback Geno Smith, who is looking to replace Mark Sanchez as the Jets’ starting quarterback. For the most part, Baldinger was impressed with Smith’s work, with one glaring exception.
“He looked good to me yesterday until he ran gassers at the end of practice...
After a short holdout, Dee Milliner can focus on becoming the New York Jets' next shutdown cornerback.
The former Alabama star, selected with the ninth overall pick in April, agreed to a four-year contract Sunday night after he missed the team's first three practices of training camp.
He is expected to join the Jets at SUNY Cortland on Monday. It was uncertain if Milliner...
The media would like to know who’s going to start at quarterback for the New York Jets, but Rex Ryan is in no hurry to name one.
A day after Jets GM John Idzik proclaimed that he would have some say in who starts at quarterback for the Jets, Ryan got on the defensive, and accused the media of making much out of nothing.
“I think you guys are making a mountain out of a mole...
The Jets announced that they have reached an agreement with first-round pick CB Dee Milliner.
Milliner was one of two remaining draft picks who remained unsigned, along with Titans first-round pick G Chance Warmack.
We are waiting to hear the details of Milliner’s contract, which should be released shortly.
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There’s an old saying that states a picture is worth a thousand words. For frustrated New York Jets fans, this one might invoke a few more than that.
Last season, the Jets went 6-10, behind a passing offense that struggled mightily with Mark Sanchez at the helm and a Rex Ryan defense that was less intimidating than it had been in past years. Add in the drama that Tim Tebow brought...
Let’s end the rhetoric when it comes to who will have the biggest voice when it’s time to name the Jets starting quarterback for the 2013 season opener. It’s not going to be coach Rex Ryan or general manager John Idzik. It’s going to be offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg.
Why? It’s his offense.
Idzik on Saturday and Ryan yesterday have spent two days trying to convince...
Braylon Edwards believes the Jets’ quarterback competition is going to be close and Mark Sanchez can’t make mistakes as he faces off with rookie Geno Smith.
“It’s going to be a battle,” Edwards said, via ESPNNewYork.com. “Mark can’t make mistakes like he has in the past. Things have to be legit with Mark for him to be the starter because he has a legit guy knocking...
Cortland, NY Whether fair or not, there is not as much fanfare around the Jets this offseason. Several big names have been shown the door following a 6-10 debacle of a season, and analysts are picking the Jets to finish near the bottom of the league.But what the turnover and lack of gaudy expectations has done is it's led to more competition in training camp this year."...
Braylon Edwards is back for his third tour of duty with the New York Jets, but it’s the same old story as usual. The Jets have no true play makers on the outside, and Mark Sanchez is a question at quarterback.
Edwards told reporters at Jets camp that Sanchez has a battle on his hands with Geno Smith, and that Sanchez “can’t make mistakes like he has in the past.”
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Training camp is three days old and already it is quite refreshing to sit back and watch the quarterback competition begin without the media tag of “circus” anywhere near Cortland...
Tonight brings by the 3rd daily update from Eric. Previous Days: 7/27, 7/28
7/29, 9:18pm EST: For some reason, today I hit the field "turnt up," as we like to say.
Maybe because I woke up to the news that we signed the homie Dee Milliner.
I was ready to get my hands on receivers. It was a fun, physical practice. It's crazy how well the team takes on...