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At the heart of New York's chemistry issues, the rift between quarterback Mark Sanchez and wide out Santonio Holmes clearly attributed to the Jets demise in 2011.
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After the Jets failed to sign Reggie Nelson, Antonio Cromartie tweeted that he'd be willing to change positions if it would help the team.
The New York Jets had a season to forget last year. Sitting at 8-5 with their playoff fate in their hands, the Jets lost three straight games and missed the playoffs. However, that was only the beginning of their problems. Reports soon came out that the Jets locker room was in total disarray, peaking when anonymous members of the Jets called out quarterback Mark Sanchez, stating...
It is fair to be disappointed about Reggie Nelson clearly using the New York Jets to jack up the price on the Cincinnati Bengals, who he chose to re-sign with. Nelson is a rangy, athletic player who would have been an immediate upgrade at free safety. However, Nelson is a good…not great player and thus not worth despairing over for too long. It is certainly too early to feel...
With the Jets getting spurned by Reggie Nelson after hosting the free agent safety for a weekend long visit, it seems as though LaRon Landry is the only viable option left. But if Landry happens to politely decline an offer from the Jets as well, Mike Tannenbaum and Co. will most likely need to address this need via the draft. Many “experts” view this year’s crop of safeties...
The New York Jets have added backup quarterback Drew Stanton with a $1.25 million, 1-year contract.
Stanton tells The Associated Press the deal was agreed to Friday, a day after he arrived to meet with team officials.
The Jets signed Mark Sanchez to a three-year contract extension last week.
Stanton made the most of limited opportunities to play during his first three seasons...
The New York Jets signed wide receiver Chaz Schilens and quarterback Drew Stanton to contracts.
Terms were not disclosed for Schilens, who had just 23 receptions despite playing in 15 games last season for the Oakland Raiders.
Schilens has shown promise when healthy, reeling in 72 catches for 902 yards and seven touchdowns since being drafted out of San Diego State in 2008.
LaRon Landry visited the Patriots on Saturday, and the New York Jets today. According to Scout.com he's headed for (up to) three more visits before making a decision.
Wide receiver Chad Schilens has agreed to a deal with the New York Jets. Contract details are yet to be disclosed.
The Jets are high on Schilens and feel he is even good enough to fill their need for a No. 2 receiver, but that is overly optimisic - going by his poor track record with the Raiders - and is more likely going to work as a sub-package weapon.
Mark Sanchez has become a frequent target for the media and fans, but he was skewered more than usual this offseason. Former Jets defensive tackle Kris Jenkins said Sanchez needed to grow a pair and become a team leader. At least he attached his name to his criticism. The most notable criticism came from an anonymously sourced NY Daily News article, the contents of which were refuted...
A report has surfaced that sports reporter Inés Sainz who works for TV Azteca, a Mexican Television Network, was visiting the Jets locker room after practice last week. While waiting to interview Mark Sanchez the Jets players almost brought her to tears because of their immaturity. The Jets are a cocky bunch and much has