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According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the Jets worked out free agent wide receiver Josh Cribbs.
Former Pro Bowl return specialist Josh Cribbs is back to full health and worked out for the Jets today
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) October 1, 2013
With Stephen Hill and Santonio Holmes banged up, the Jets need help at receiver.
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Florham Park, N.J. - With both Santonio Holmes (hamstring) and Stephen Hill (concussion) leaving yesterday's game with injuries and the possibility that one or both of the receivers won't be able to play this Monday night against the Falcons, the Jets need some sort of spark from someone else on the roster and after completing his four-game suspension Mike Goodson hopes to...
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New York Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes will miss multiple games because his hamstring injury is worse than initially thought, according to a league source. The Jets haven’t revealed a prognosis, but the fear is that he could miss up to a month.Stephen Hill (concussion) also is expected to sit out next Monday night against the Atlanta Falcons, meaning the […]
New York Jets wide receiver Stephen Hill has a concussion and his status is uncertain for the team's game next Monday night at Atlanta.
Coach Rex Ryan says Monday that Hill is going through the NFL's concussion protocol after being injured in the Jets' 38-13 loss at Tennessee on Sunday.
After Geno Smith threw an interception on the Jets' second offensive play, Hill...
Today NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reports that Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez has decided to undergo season-ending surgery on his torn labrum. Sanchez faces a 4-6 month recovery, according to a person informed of the rehabilation process. That is great news for Geno Smith who has the Jets 2-2. The team is going to struggle […]
Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez traveled to Gulf Breeze Fla. on Monday to have his injured right shoulder re-examined by Dr. James Andrews according to two sources.
Sanchez will continue to rehab the shoulder which has a slight labrum tear instead of having surgery at this time the sources said. Surgery remains a possibility but Sanchez wants to exhaust the rehabilitation process...
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It looks as if the Jets will be without their top two wide receivers this week. Santonio Holmes (hamstring) won’t play according to a source and Stephen Hill (concussion) likely is out as well.
Here is where the Jets’ 2013 draft strategy comes under question again. The Jets used their two first-round picks on defensive players making it four straight years they went defense...
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports and Manish Mehta of the NY Daily News, Quinton Coples and Muhammad Wilkerson are being fined for their hit on Titans quarterback jake Locker. Both players will appeal.
Despite Jake Locker saying there should be no fines on the hits that injured him, @mowilkerson was fined $15,785 on it. It's being appealed
— Jason La Canfora...
After being cut by the Cleveland Browns during the end of preseason,veteran wide receiver David Nelson has signed with the New York Jets.
The Jets need help in their receiver positions as both Santonio Holmes and Stephen Hill suffered injuries. Holmes, injured his hamstring in Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans where the team lost 38-13. Reports state that Holmes could...
No need to go down with a sinking ship, better to get healthy while collecting a check.
Source: #Jets QB Mark Sanchez has decided he plans to have surgery on his torn labrum after attempting to rehab. 4-6 month rehab process
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 30, 2013
Jets wideout Santonio Holmes, who left Sunday's game early in the fourth quarter with a hamstring injury, is expected to miss a couple of weeks, according to Brian Costello of the New York Post.Fantasy Spin:Holmes had a season-high 154 receiving yards in Week 3, but he managed just one catch, for 25 yards Sunday against the Titans. The Jets will sign David Nelson for depth.
The chants for ‘J-E-T-S’ were grounded yesterday in Nashville.
From the opening snap to the final drive in its 38-13 defeat, the New York Jets put forth an abysmal performance against the Tennessee Titans yesterday on the road.
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Sunday afternoon the Jets got hit pretty hard, falling to the Tennessee Titans 38-13. The Jets suffered throughout this …
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the St. Louis Rams are expected to re-sign Jo-Lonn Dunbar after recently releasing him on September 3rd, since he was suspended by the NFL for the first for weeks for violating the league’s performance enhancing drugs policy.
Barring any sort of unforeseen changes in the AM, looks like LB Jo-Lonn Dunbar is heading back to the Rams...