Found December 14, 2011 on The Jets Blog:
PLAYERS: Nick Mangold
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Jets Extra Point: Nick Mangold – 12/13/11

Mr. Mangold joined Jets Extra Point this week to talk about his team.

Sanchez & Jets starting fast, clicking on offense

Slow starts are a thing of the past for the suddenly clicking New York Jets. Mark Sanchez and the once-struggling offense have become an efficient group that has gotten on the scoreboard early during the Jets' three-game winning streak. And, they've done it against some pretty good defenses. Here comes another one this Sunday in the Philadelphia Eagles, who are coming off...

Jets Sign Gerald Alexander for Added Safety Depth

The Jets have added a player in response to Jim Leonhard’s injury. The Jets have signed veteran safety Gerald Alexander, to take Jim’s spot on the roster.  Gerald played for one year with now Jets’ teammate Kyle Wilson, and has spent time with … [visit site to read more] Jets Sign Gerald Alexander for Added Safety Depth - The Jet Press - The Jet Press - A New York Jets Fan...

Jets sign veteran S Alexander

The New York Jets signed veteran safety Gerald Alexander on Tuesday. The move comes just two days after starting safety Jim Leonhard went on injured reserve with a knee injury. Alexander, a second-round pick of Detroit in 2007, has 159 tackles and four interceptions during his career. Leonhard suffered a knee injury in Sunday's win over Kansas City. The Jets have won three...

Charges upgraded in fight after Jets game

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- State police have upgraded charges against a New Jersey man accused of beating a fan in the parking lot after the Jets defeated the Chiefs at MetLife Stadium on Sunday.

Jets add Gerald Alexander

The New York Jets have lost safety Jim Leonhard for the rest of the season.  They’ve filled his spot on the roster with veteran free agent Gerald Alexander. The team announced this evening that Alexander, cut by the Dolphins last month, has been added to the team. A second-round pick in the 2007 draft, Alexander…

Could The New York Jets Make The Playoffs At 10-6?

Maybe I have lost some of my optimism, but I believe it is worth considering the possibility of the New York Jets not running the table, and maybe winning just 2 of their final 3. Does that scenario leave them a realistic chance of being the AFC’s number six seed? It just might… They have built a one game lead over Oakland, Tennessee, and Cincinnati. We already know they...

Jets sign veteran S Alexander (AP)

The New York Jets have signed veteran safety Gerald Alexander, adding depth to the position two days after Jim Leonhard was lost for the season because of a knee injury. Alexander, a former second-round pick of Detroit in 2007, was waived by Miami last month after spending last season with Carolina and Jacksonville.

Washington State Hires Jets Intern Mike Smith

Weeks posted a fantastic article last week depicting the relationship between Jets intern Mike Smith and linebacker Aaron Maybin.  Maybin credits Smith for his resurgence and as a result the two have become extremely close.  Thus, it is worth noting that Smith has decided to leave the team to become the linebackers coach at Washington State. MIKE LEACH HAS gone to the NFL for...

NFL Week 15: Playoff Picture Remains Blurry

There are only three games left in the 2011 NFL season. Where did the time go? Despite heading into week 15, 21 teams technically remain alive for a playoff spot and we are only sure about one thing when it comes to seeding, that Green Bay will be number one in the NFC. Let’s take a closer look – AFC Houston (10-3) Baltimore (10-3) New England (10-3) Denver (8-5) Pittsburgh...
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