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Jets running back Mike Goodson has been indicted on two weapons charges stemming from a May 17 arrest in which he and another man were in a stopped vehicle on a New Jersey highway.
The Morris County (N.J.) prosecutor's office announced Thursday that Goodson, who is currently rehabbing a season-ending knee injury, and the driver of the car, Garant Evans, were indicted on charges of unlawful possession of a weapon (second degree) and unlawful possession of a prohibited weapon (fourth degree). The latter charge is for the hollow-point bullets that were allegedly found in the car.
Evans was also charged with "certain persons not to have a weapon" (second degree) because he was previously convicted of possession of drugs with an intent to distribute.
The New Jersey State Police report from the May incident stated Evans claimed ownership of the gun shortly after he was arrested. Evans' attorney at the time said any alleged statements would be subject to future hearing...
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Every week Cole Patterson will break down the performance of the New York Jets tight ends. Here is his take on week seven.
The Jets were without starting tight ends Kellen Winslow Jr. and Jeff Cumberland against the Saints. While their absence was felt, a young hero stepped up off the bench. A film study on Zach Sudfeld’s rise to the starting line up after the jump…
With the Jets being on bye this week after a 5-4 start to the season, it’s time to look ahead to the second half of the season and start thinking about what we can expect going forward. As much fun as it is to point out how the Jets have already exceeded the expectations of all the “experts” out there, what’s even more fun is to look at some of the players on this roster...
Jets Insider Gameday presented by Momo's Sports Bar will be broadcasting our Bye Week show live on Sunday Morning from 10 am- Noon on Champions ESPN Radio Long Island 96.9-107.1 FM. We will review and grade the first half of the season, chat about all trending issues and talk about what to expect as the Jets begin their surprising November-December playoff push! Jets starting...
On a day that saw the New York Jets earn what might be the most impressive win of the 2013 season, it was no surprise that the defensive put together what may be its best all-around performance of the season.
With the monumental task of stopping Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints’ high-powered offense looming (albeit not inside the comfort of their dome), this Jets defense appeared...
If the season ended today, the final team in the AFC playoffs would be none other than the New York Jets. After being left for dead prior to the season by most experts, and some other folks that can’t quite be considered experts (such as myself), the Jets have put themselves in position to make a run into the postseason. It hasn’t been an easy route to this point either. The...
Rontez Miles has been through quite a bit as a young man, but he is ready to make his impact on the NFL stage. The hard hitting ball hawk from Cal (PA) was finally activated to the New York Jets 53 man roster. Rontez is a very good friend of mine and I am excited […]
Zach Sudfeld and Greg Salas weren't exactly household names heading into this season, but both players have emerged as weapons in the passing game after injuries have taken their toll on the Jets' receiving unit.
A win over the Patriots? Been there, done that.
Beating a Super Bowl favorite mid-season? The name “Kerry Collins” rings a bell.
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You want to hear something crazy? Richie Incognito is a finalist for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award! Okay, that’s not really believable but something that is almost as crazy is actually a possibility. The New York Jets are 5-4 entering their week 10 bye and if the season ended today, they would be in the playoffs. This...
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Week 10 Fantasy Football Rankings
Bye: Cleveland, Kansas City, New England, New York Jets
1. D Brees vs Dal
1. A Peterson vs Was
1. C Johnson @ Chi
2. P Manning @ SD
2. M Lynch @ Atl
2. AJ Green @ Bal
3. M Stafford @ Chi
3. A Morris @ Min
3. D Bryant @ NO
4. R Wilson...
Week 9: vs. New Orleans Saints
Geno Smith went 8 for 19 (42%), 115 yards, as well as, rushing 6 times for 88 yards and a TD. Chris Ivory led the way on the ground with 139 rushing yards on 18 carries. Geno’s two favorite targets in Week 9 were Greg Salas (2 rec, 57 yards on 3 targets) and Zach Sudfeld (2 rec, 46 yards on 4 targets). One of Sudfeld’s receptions was from...