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The New York Jets have placed kick returner-wide receiver Josh Cribbs on injured reserve and signed former Tennessee kick returner Darius Reynaud to replace him.
Cribbs injured his right shoulder in the Jets' 23-3 loss to Miami on Sunday. Coach Rex Ryan said Monday that the injury appeared ''pretty serious.''
Cribbs, signed by the Jets in October, averaged 24.5 yards on 20 kick returns and returned eight punts for a 12-yard average.
Reynaud was cut by the Titans in October after muffing a punt that resulted in a touchdown by San Francisco. He has two career punt returns for scores, and also has returned a kickoff for a touchdown. Reynaud, averaging 22.5 yards on kickoff returns and 9.7 on punts, has also spent time with the Giants and Minnesota Vikings.
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Joe Caporoso - Most importantly, I’d like to see strides from this season’s draft...
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The sinking New York Jets have Rex Ryan ducking for cover these days.
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Jets TE Kellen Winslow probably disappointed Jets fans with his recent comments. (COREY SIPKIN/NEW YORK DAILY NEWS)
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Rex Ryan gives his New York Jets rookies an ''A-plus'' grade, despite the struggles and recent benchings of both Geno Smith and Dee Milliner.
Ryan says Wednesday that the team's rookie group ''is about as strong a class I've ever seen,'' raving about having five of the team's draft picks performing as starters this season.
BY NICK ST. DENISWe've written plenty about how bad New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith has been of late. That's because there's been plenty to write.Smith's teammates, however, have come to his defense."He’s only struggling because we’re not helping him out," guard Willie Colon said Monday, via NewYorkJets.com. "That’s the bottom line. When...
I guess the Jets are just going to ride or die with Geno as the starter. Besides some brief flashes and a couple of gritty 4th quarter comebacks, he has been pretty terrible.
A part of that is because the Jets supporting cast is so porous, but it is also because he hasn’t played very well.
This decision by Rex Ryan could cost him his job at the end of the season.
Geno Smith tells...
The New York Jets are on a three game losing streak and much of which has come due to the inconsistent play of quarterback Geno Smith. Smith said he spoke to quarterbacks coach David Lee that he will remain the team’s starter as they prepare to take on the Oakland Raiders. Geno Smith said he […]
Geno Smith will continue to be the New York Jets starting quarterback.
Since being a second round pick by the Jets, Smith has been a turnover machine and was benched as recently as Sunday’s loss to the Miami Dolphins.
Geno Smith said he was told by QB coach David Lee that he will start. #Jets
— Rich Cimini (@RichCimini) December 2, 2013
Rather then make the move...
The New York Jets were embarrassed Sunday, losing at home to the division rival Miami Dolphins, 23-3. Gang Green fell to 5-7 and third place in the division. The Jets playoff chances look dim as they are behind several wild card teams.
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New York Jets offensive guard Willie Colon wants his offensive unit to point their thumbs and not their fingers at rookie quarterback Geno Smith.
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