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Many of us saw the video of Jets fan Kurt Paschke punching a women in face after the Patriots-Jets game Sunday. Now we’re getting some charges stemming from the incident along with a few more details about what took place. The New Jersey State Police have charged Amanda MacDowell of Marlborough, MA, Jaclyn Nugent of Boston, David James Sacco of Boston and Kurt Paschke of Holbrook, NY with simple assault and disorderly conduct.
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Rex Ryan responded on Wednesday to Bill Belichick, who took a parting shot at the New York Jets over the controversial push play from Sunday’s game. The Jets beat the New England Patriots 30-27 in overtime after getting a second chance at a field goal thanks to a new, uncommon unsportsmanlike conduct penalty being called […]
Probably not the best look for Woody Johnson and the Jets. In another development in the story of Kurt Paschke, the convicted stabber/alleged lady puncher, the man runs a tailgate bus and Woody at some point stopped by for a visit.
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Four people accused of roles in an altercation caught on video following a New York Jets-New England Patriots game in New Jersey are now banned from all events held at the stadium.
The Jets made the announcement Tuesday night, shortly after New Jersey state police filed simple assault and disorderly conduct charges against the three Massachusetts residents and a New York man.
Kurt Paschke has been identified as the man who punched a woman at the Jets-Patriots game. Woody Johnson and Rex Ryan have posed for photos with him.
FLORHAM PARK, NJ Rex Ryan fired back at Bill Belichick on Wednesday, responding to a claim by the the Patriots coach that the Jets used the same illegal pushing tactic that New England was penalized for on Sunday."That's not true. That's not true," said Ryan, who has, for the most part, played nice with the Patriots this season.With a win against the division...
A photo of Rex Ryan — wearing a T-shirt that reads "I'd hit that" — has turned up showing the New York Jets head coach standing next to Kurt Paschke, the man accused of slugging New England Patriots fan Jaclyn Nugent at MetLife Stadium on Sunday.
Ryan wore the gray tee when he visited the customized green-and-white van that Paschke uses to get to MetLife Stadium...
Last week, amid all the hullabaloo, hype and excitement that typifies “New England Patriots Week” for the New York Jets, some comments made by Rex Ryan about remaining focused on the game and not getting distracted by duties at home were misinterpreted by both Jets players and media alike. Many believed that Ryan meant that […]The post Jets players receiving free condoms in...
According to Brian Costello of the New York Post, the Jets don’t expect wide receiver Santonio Holmes (hamstring) to be back for this week’s game.
Jets don't expect Santonio Holmes to be back this week, per source. #nyj
— Brian Costello (@BrianCoz) October 23, 2013
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A 4-3 record, that no one besides a hopeful NYJ fan could imagine, stares at the so-called experts that selected the Jets as the worst team in the NFL, entering the 2013 season. Yet, while the Jets have done a lot to keep spirits high in the tri-state area and beyond, the team's inconsistency looms large, like their next competitor.
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New York Jets super fan and social media guru Erik Manassy provides his perspective on Gang Green's wild overtime win over the New England Patriots.
While rookie Logan Ryan’s 79-yard interception return was one of the high points during Sunday’s overtime loss to the New York Jets the same can’t be said for the Patriots cornerback’s touchdown celebration.
The Rutgers product has come under fire in some circles for the off-color gesture he made after crossing the goal line.
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Is it officially on?
The first ever trading of barbs between Jets coach Rex Ryan and Patriots coach Bill Belchick?
Perhaps the day has finally come. After years of it just being Rex doing all the talking, we now have somewhat of an exchange.
Yesterday, the topic of the penalty on the Patriots for pushing a teammate into the pile during a field goal attempt was still a hot button...
Prior to the New York Jets game against the New England Patriots, Rex Ryan alerted referees the Patriots might use an illegal push on field goal attempts.