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New York Jets cornerback Aaron Berry will miss the season after injuring a knee on the first day of practice at training camp.
Berry, expected to compete for the No. 4 cornerback spot, went down midway through practice Friday when he got tangled up with wide receiver Joseph Collins. Berry writhed in pain as trainers and coach Rex Ryan checked on him. He remained down for several minutes before walking gingerly off the field under his own power.
The Jets signed Berry last October after he was arrested twice last summer and cut by the Detroit Lions. He played in seven games for New York before being placed on injured reserve with a hamstring issue.
Berry was signed by Detroit in 2010 as an undrafted free agent out of Pittsburgh.
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According to Newsday, Jets cornerback Aaron Berry suffered a torn ACL today and will miss the entire 2013 season.
The cornerback — who expected to see ample playing time this season — suffered a torn ACL on the Jets’ first day of training camp. The news was first reported by Central Pennsylvania TV station ABC27.
Berry, a Pitt product, went down after colliding with receiver...
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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Santonio Holmes says he ''can't answer'' whether he will be able to return to the field for the New York Jets this season as he recovers from a serious foot injury.
Holmes says Friday on the first day of training camp practice that it's all up to how the foot feels. He has been doing ''quite a bit of running,'' but most of it has been straight...
The New York Jets reported for training camp without Mike Goodson.
The running back, who is facing serious legal issues, was placed on the reserve-did not report list as the players arrived for training camp at SUNY Cortland on Thursday.
Goodson, signed as a free agent in the offseason, was arrested on drug and weapons possession charges in May along with a friend in New Jersey...
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...
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...
Don't worry -- this doesn't mean a butt fumble will never happen again. It just means Mark Sanchez won't be taken down by the same rear end that felled him last Thanksgiving.
Jets guard Brandon Moore is retiring from the NFL , Adam Caplan reports.
Moore played 144 games in his career, starting 137 in a row. But his most-remembered moment will not be the consistent protection...
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.”
After joining the New York Jets for the final three games of the 2012 season, wide receiver Braylon Edwards is back in the fold and could be a key impetus for a battered and bruised receiving unit.
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Without a doubt, the biggest quarterback battle, or at least the closest watched battle, is in New York where rookie Geno Smith is trying to unseat veteran Mark Sanchez for the privilege of leading the Jets' offense on Sundays this season.
Players have been weighing in the matter for much of the offseason, and now it's apparently wide receiver Braylon Edwards' turn...
LaDainian Tomlinson dropped by the San Diego Chargers' training camp to do some reporting for the NFL Network and ended up giving his former team a post-practice pep talk.
The retired star running back got a handoff for old-time's sake while taping an interview with quarterback Philip Rivers after Saturday's practice, although at a slower tempo than normal.