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With draft day just around the corner, the New York Jets have a number holes to fill before the 2012 season gets underway.
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A home that Antonio Cromartie purchased with his mother in Florida has reportedly fallen into foreclosure after he missed $100,000 in payments. The purchase price of the house was $135,000.
Finally, the Jersey Sports Fan has returned in the post-Tebow Jets trade era! This is certainly another hilarious episode from the Jersey Sports Fan, although it’s a little more NSFW than usual thanks to our guy discussing the sexual preferences of Tim Tebow. Check out the episode and our favorite quotes below.
New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow will talk about ''faith and football'' to a packed house at Cincinnati Christian University.
School spokesman Steve Carr said some 2,000 people are expected to hear Tebow on Tuesday in a discussion in the school gym and at an evening fundraising banquet.
Recently traded to the Jets from Denver, Tebow is known for late-game heroics...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the New York Jets have told back up quarterback Tim Tebow that they will be using him on special teams as a punt protector. Sounds like a joke to me, but it’s unfortunately true.
I guess the Jets were once again starving for attention, so they decided to make it known that Tebow will be playing on special teams. If this isn’t a sign that...
The NFL Network and NFL Films has done it again with one of their Top 10 lists. A few years ago, they made the decision to include both Syracuse and the MAC as football factories, while leaving Oklahoma and Texas off. Yesterday evening, they released their Top 10 list of Heisman Winners in the NFL [...]
MTR Radio’s Turnpike Throwdown interviews former New York Jets star Wayne Chrebet. In this segment, Chrebet discusses concussions, head injuries and policing helmet to helmet in the NFL. Listen as hosts James Flippin and Jeff Costello talk exclusively with Chrebet.
Also check out Turnpike Throwdown’s segment with Wayne Chrebet where they discuss Tim Tebow coming to New York and...
I think the Jets made a good move bringing in Tim Tebow. We know he can start if he has to, making him a great back up QB. The Broncos drafted Tebow in the first round then the Jets gave up a fourth round pick to get him, now you have two first round picks at QB.
The perception of everyone outside of New York is that the Jets; the players and coaches are an evil organization. Timmy...
When Darrelle Revis held out of Jets training camp in 2010, an agreement was reached that was seen as a temporary fix. He and the team agreed to a four-year, $46 million contract which paid Revis $32.5 million in 2010 and 2011 but will only dish out a combined $13.5 million in 2012 and 2013. Based on the current market, that is not enough for the player whom the Jets consider to...
The New York Jets have 10 picks in this year's NFL draft, starting with No. 16 overall. That's a whole lot for general manager Mike Tannenbaum to deal with, especially considering that New York has had a total of 13 picks in the last three years.
New York certainly has plenty of roster holes after a quiet run through free agency so far. Oh, there was also that headline-grabbing...
While the Jets have glaring needs at OLB, Safety, Wide Receiver, and Right Tackle heading into Thursday’s draft, one position few people are talking about is Defensive Line. Although the Jets are somewhat stable on the defensive front, having drafted promising DE Mohammed Wilkerson with their first pick last year, and extending NT Sione Pouha this offseason, there is a tremendous...
The safety position was an adventure for the New York Jets in 2011. Jim Leonhard was lost for the season due to injury for the second time in as many years, while the combination of Brodney Pool and Eric Smith were victimized by opposing quarterbacks. Could free agent Yeremiah Bell help alleviate Gang Green's safety woes?