Posted March 16, 2012 on AP on Fox
The Jets have agreed to terms with free-agent wide receiver Chaz Schilens, giving New York a big and speedy target. They also have signed backup quarterback Drew Stanton to a $1.25 million, one-year contract Friday. The 6-foot-4 Schilens spent the last four seasons with the Oakland Raiders after being a seventh-round draft pick out of San Diego State in 2008. He has 72 catches for 902 yards and seven touchdowns, but has dealt with a few injuries that limited him to 13 games from 2009-10 before playing in 15 last season. Schilens' position coach in Oakland the last three years was Sanjay Lal, who's now serving in the same role with the Jets. Stanton spent his first five seasons with Detroit, primarily as a backup.

Sanchez, Santonio made up over dinner

The reparation of the relationship between Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez and wide receiver Santonio Holmes began a few weeks back in Orlando. Sanchez visited Holmes, who lives there, and the two hashed out the issues between them over dinner. "When I finally got a chance to see him for a couple of days it was the same old guy from our first year together that won a bunch of...

Raiders cut LB Wimbley

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New York Jets Need To Act At Right Tackle

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Raiders Relatively Quiet; Reggie McKenzie Have Something Big Planned?

The Oakland Raiders have been relatively inactive during the first 48 hours of the 2012 NFL Free Agency frenzy.  But does Reggie McKenzie and company have something up their sleeve?  The up-and-coming restored regime reduced its cap space to a league-low $639,966 on Tuesday evening after announcing it would be cutting ties with tight end Kevin Boss and 15 other players who were...

Cowboys add S Brodney Pool in free agency

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Giants and Jets are not fans of the ugliest mall you will ever see

When you make the decision to play football in the state of NJ, you have to realize that you have some stiff competition.  That being malls.  New Jersey is know for a few things.  High taxes, full serve gas stations, the ugliest turnpike in the country, and malls. Paramus,  NJ alone has 3 major malls in 3 mile radius.  Not far from there is East Rutherford.  Home of the World...

Chiefs sign Kevin Boss to three-year contract

According to Aaron Wilson of, the Kansas City Chiefs have signed free agent tight end Kevin Boss to a three-year, $9 million contract. Boss was just released by the Raiders on Wednesday after only one season in Oakland.  He only recorded 28 receptions for 368 yards and 3 touchdowns. Boss is a big target that isn’t afraid to go up and get the ball over the middle.  He...

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Chiefs agree to 3-year pact with TE Boss

The Kansas City Chiefs reached agreement on a three-year contract with tight end Kevin Boss.The deal reportedly is worth $9 million for Boss, who was released by the Oakland Raiders earlier this week.Boss had 28 receptions and three touchdowns last season with Oakland. He had signed a four-year, $16 million pact with the Raiders last year.The 6-6, 250-pound Boss caught 119 passes...
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