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Jets owner Woody Johnson has fired GM Mike Tannenbaum today, who was expected to be fired once the 2012 season ended.
Mike Tannenbaum has been the Jets general manager since 2006 and led the New York Jets to three playoff appearances including two AFC Championship games.
This past season has to be worse year for Mike Tannenbaum who had the worse offseason when it came down to player personal decisions.
He had no offensive weapons in the passing game for Mark Sanchez and he brought it Tony Sparano who will be fired soon as the OC is worse than Brian Schottenheimer.
I don't ever remember seeing a football team where twenty players who had one reception each in my lifetime. That stat tells me they have no playmakers at all.
On the other hand, Rex Ryan will stay as head coach of the New York Jets. Woody Johnson seems to like Rex Ryan a lot and he felt Ryan was the best man for the HC job.
Although, I think Rex Ryan needs to be fired. He is part of the problem where this ballclub is currently right now and it is now clear that he is a fluke as a head coach.
He has no control of his football team, he has no QB and the team was overrated from the start he took over as the Jets head coach.
The last two years the Jets have gone backwards and will go backwards from here on out. There is no hope with Rex Ryan and I gurantee they will do nothing to make the playoffs next season.
Woody Johnson did the right thing be getting rid of Mike Tannenbaum, but he should've also got rid of Rex Ryan as well.
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According to CBS Sports via ESPN.com, New York Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum will be fired on Monday.
Citing a league source, the report says Tannenbaum will be fired as soon as Monday and the Jets will enlist an executive search firm for a replacement.
A Jets spokesperson declined to comment on the report. Coach Rex Ryan is scheduled to conduct a press conference at 4:45...
Florham Park, NJ - Bye-bye Tanny.Everyone knew this was coming, but Woody Johnson wasn't about to wait around for a reporter to officially break the news. At 9:14 this morning Johnson sent out a press release via email confirming all of our suspicions as he relieved General Manager Mike Tannenbaum of his duties and expressed his confidence and belief in Rex Ryan to continue to...
Relieved of his general manager duties this week, Mike Tannenbaum bid farewell to the Jets ownership group, players and fans in an official statement to the media
The New York Jets have made a collection of intelligent decisions since their embarrassing season ending loss in Buffalo. Firing Mike Tannenbaum was a much needed start coupled with hiring Jed Hughes to lead the search for the team’s new General Manager. Credit Woody Johnson for recognizing he is not a football expert and needs assistance in selecting the proper person to run his...
The Jets have fired GM Mike Tannenbaum meaning he won't be stuck trying to figure out what to do with that #9 pick. Here's the 2013 NFL Draft Order.
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Finishing the season was a formality, but big changes were inevitable.Following a dismal 6-10 campaign, the New York Jets were poised for a housecleaning that would involve coaching firings, front office shakups and player dealing. The tremors have already begun, with general manager Mike Tannenbaum the first to officially go. A day after the Jets lost to the lowly Buffalo Bills...
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Rex Ryan will return as New York Jets head coach, but he will be
reporting to a new boss. The Jets announced Monday morning that
general manager Mike Tannenbaum was fired following a 6-10 season
mired in controversy.
The New York Jets ended a disappointing season with a 28-9 loss to the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. While Rex Ryan is undoubtedly upset with the way his team performed this year, he has to be relieved that he no longer has to deal with arguably the ugliest quarterback situation in the NFL.
When the Jets acquired Tim Tebow, Ryan warned opponents that they had better be prepared to face...
In what has been a lost season for Rex Ryan and the New York Jets, Sunday's Week 17 loss in Buffalo was a fitting end to a disappointing year.
After closing a disappointing season with another loss, coach Rex Ryan was eager for another chance to lead the New York Jets to the playoffs.
Who'll be on that team - at quarterback, offensive coordinator and even general manager - remains the question as the beleaguered coach and his turmoil-riddled team prepare for an uncertain offseason following a 28-9 loss to the Buffalo...
In this episode of Open Mike, host Michael Cohen discusses the movers and shakers in the NFL after Black Monday, as seven coaches and five general mangers were fired this week. Michael welcomes Dan Feuersetein in to talk about the firing of Mike Tannenbaum.
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MARK SANCHEZ CAN'T FIND END ZONE AS JETS LOCK UP WORST SEASON IN REX RYAN ERA. ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Those who subscribed to the logic that Sunday's regular season finale against the Buffalo Bills would be Mark Sanchez's final "try out" to the organization -- and potentially others -- that he can be a starter in the NFL were disappointed as the clock stuck...