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Santonio Holmes ended last season on a negative note and there was some talk that the Jets could cut him to avoid all of the headaches he causes after a down season in which he caught just 51 passes for 624 yards and 8 touchdowns. The Jets kept him and so far he had been rewarding them, standing out in practice, putting in a lot of work, saying all the right things, and putting in extra time to work on his chemistry with Mark Sanchez.
However, “good Santonio” was nowhere to be found today as “bad Santonio” reared his ugly head. Holmes had what was described by ESPN New York as a “meltdown” towards the end of practice today with the Jets. Holmes pulled himself out of practice because he felt he was being overworked, even though he only had 25 reps. Holmes hadn’t attended voluntary OTAs yet because he was otherwise occupied and apparently was not in shape enough to go through a full practice, which he told the coaching staff, and then blew up when they made him go through one anyway. ...
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The New York Jets are always doing something. Santonio Holmes is the latest of Gang Green to make waves, this time for reportedly throwing a fit and having a "mini-meltdown" during practice. The wide receiver appeared to think that the Jets coaches were unfairly overworking him, singling him out after missing voluntary workouts earlier in the summer. Holmes threw his helmet...
According to Rick Cimini of ESPNNewYork.com, New York Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes removed himself from practice on Thursday after he felt like he was unfairly overworked by the coaching staff.
Holmes reportedly “staged a mini-meltdown” towards the end of the Jets’ two hour work out. He was seen limping off the field as he tossed his helmet and exchanged...
New York Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes says he pulled himself out of practice during organized team activities Thursday because he was in for ''too many reps'' after missing some of the voluntary sessions.
Holmes, who recently returned from a goodwill trip to Germany to visit U.S. troops, says Thursday that the team had planned for him to participate in about...
THAT'S STILL ON?
If you want to see Darrelle Revis get Punk’d on that fairly awful MTV show, just forward the video to the 16:30 mark. Revis gets blamed for something he didn’t do, and that is where the fun begins. Tebow even gets zinged in there.
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An impressive display of strength in the weight room by New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow recently caused head coach Rex Ryan to gush all over his strengthy manliness. Yes, I am aware– that strengthy is not a word, but when it comes to one Timothy Richard Tebow, rules go out the window, grammatically and [...]
The Jets have begun working on some of the special plays they have designed for new backup quarterback Tim Tebow.
Head coach Rex Ryan, through a team spokesman, told reporters the team has run a couple of regular direct snaps to Tebow this week.
The issue arose after Ryan played coy in his press conference Thursday.
When Ryan was asked if they had implemented anything with Tebow...
The Braves third baseman and Jets quarterback are launching their own fitness facility in Orlando as part of the D1 Sports chain.
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Revis is, however...
The New York Jets defensive line is poised to have a completely new look this season. With a new coach in Karl Dunbar, the addition of first round pick Quinton Coples, and New York’s intention to use more 4 man fronts this season, here’s a look at what we should and should not expect from the Jets’ D-Line this year in this week’s edition of New York Jets Fact Or False.
According to Rich Cimini of ESPNNewYork.com, the Jets have no interest in free agent wide receiver Chad Ochocinco. It wouldn’t make sense for them, since they don’t more attention with Santonio Holmes already on their roster.
The Jets need to get younger anyway, Ochocinco wouldn’t be able to do much for them this season with there mess at quarterback.
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Football Nation presents the first episode of “Monday Morning Huddle” with a special Thursday pilot show. In this first week’s episode, host, Dave Holcomb, debates the latest on Jonathan Vilma, New York Jets contract dispute with All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis, and other current relevant news around the NFL and Football Nation. This show also features, for the first time...
The JETway - New York JETS At Patriots (by JETwaySportsBeat)
Great stuff as always that even Patriots fans can laugh at.
Santonio Holmes may not feel Tim Tebow should be part of private training sessions attended by the Jets’ key players, as evident by Holmes’ choice to not include Tebow in a non-team sanctioned training weekend in Orlando two months ago, but Mark Sanchez feels much differently. The Jets starting QB has asked his backup to attend the third annual “Jets West” passing...