Found May 30, 2013 on
One Jet At A Time:
We recently had the opportunity to interview Ian Rapoport, a former Boston Herald reporter and current reporter for NFL Network and NFL.com. Ian's a great guy and provided some very intriguing answers to our questions. You can find him on Twitter at @RapSheet, but if you're a football fan on social media, chances are you're already following him for quality breaking news.
Q: How would you describe the Jets' 2012 season?
A: I'm not sure words can do it any justice better than the Butt Fumble. I know Jets fans probably hate that, but it's reality. It wasn't good. More so than I've seen in a while, it was an indictment of the direction the team had been heading talent- and coaching-wise, but accelerated. There were serious depth questions regardless, but those were badly exposed with injuries to Santonio Holmes and Darrelle Revis. Had those issues stayed hidden, maybe they would've been 8-8. The offensive line was talent-deficient, so were t...
BEST OF MAXIM
Connor Rogers continues our series of breaking down the New York Jets undrafted free agents, with a look at Chris Pantale from Boston College. Make sure to give Connor a follow on Twitter and to check back tomorrow for our next installment from Dalbin Osorio.
Name: Chris Pantale
College: Boston College
Size: 6-5 / 254
Position: Tight End
Speed: 4.99 (40 yard dash)
Mark Sanchez refuses to picture a scenario in which he opens this season on the New York Jets' bench.
The maligned quarterback is in for what's expected to be a tight competition with rookie Geno Smith. He's confident, though, and insists he's up to the challenge.
''I'm planning on playing,'' Sanchez said Thursday. ''I'm planning...
The question begs is it Sanchez’s job to lose?
Depending on who you talk to, the job is for Geno Smith’s to lose and Sanchez will only get a chance if Smith falters during preseason.
Sanchez for his part says he has no worries.
Mark Sanchez believes he’ll be the starting quarterback when the Jets open the season. When asked Thursday about the possibility of him being on the...
New York Jets rookie quarterback Geno Smith has no concerns about questions surrounding the process in which he picked an agent, saying ''Jay-Z didn't recruit me.''
Smith fired his former agency, Priority Sports, shortly after the NFL draft last month and announced last week that he signed with the hip-hop star's Roc Nation Sports. Smith also said his contract...
Dalbin Osorio continues our series of breaking down the New York Jets undrafted free agents, with a look at Keith Stroud from Bethune Cookman. Make sure to give Dalbin a follow on Twitter.
Name: Keith “KJ” Stroud, Junior.
College: Bethune Cookman
Position: Wide Receiver
Size: 6’3″, 205 pounds
40 Time: 4.51
Vertical: 38 1/2
College Career – Recruited out of Brooklyn...
Joe Namath has become one of the Jets biggest critics. It appears that he doesn't like the decisions they make, and now, he's gone so far as to say the Jets have been lying to their fans.
"I want to be honest. I think they've been deceptive," Namath told WFAN-AM on today, per the New York Daily News.
Namath also went on to slam the use of personal seat...
The NFL Players Association has sent a letter of inquiry to Roc Nation agent Kim Miale, concerning Jay-Z’s involvement in recruiting New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith.
According to Around The League, Miale will need to write the NFLPA a letter responding to the allegations, and depending on the facts, the matter then could be referred to the Committee on Agent Regulation...
Joe Namath is a New York Jets legend, but is not good terms with the franchise he brought a championship to. Namath acknowledges that he’s not on speaking terms with the owner, Woody Johnson.
Namath was on The”Boomer and Carton” radio show, and said that he “hasn’t spoken” to new general manager John Idzik, and blasted the Jets for what he described as ‘deceptive”...
Former New York Jets superstar Joe Namath believes that his beloved organization has misled and deceived its fans regarding its motivation to put together a good lineup.
After going on injured reserve late in 2012 Ben Obomanu probably knew his time in Seattle would be coming to an end. It was mostly due to the fact his salary for 2013 was 2.3 million dollars. But Obomanu has been productive as a receiver, catching 67 passes from 2010-11, and should serve as immediate depth for a WR corp lacking quality options. Obomanu can also play special teams...
According to Davis Fleming of ESPN The Magazine, people within Tim Tebow’s camp believe his NFL career is over. Even now, after Tebow cleared waivers unclaimed and with members of his camp privately admitting that his NFL run is probably over, the football world remains as divided as ever over him. It’s nearly impossible to find a teammate who will say anything bad about Tebow...
The New York Giants and New York Jets have refiled a lawsuit to block developers from expanding a planned megamall near the northern New Jersey stadium where they both play.
The move comes two weeks after New Jersey's sports authority approved a new master plan for the American Dream megamall in the Meadowlands.
A lawsuit in New Jersey against developer Triple Five and the...