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Running back John Griffin was signed to the New York Jets' active roster. Originally signed by the Cincinnati Bengals as an undrafted rookie out of Massachusetts in 2011, he was signed by the Jets to a futures contract in January and. Griffin failed to make the opening day roster, but joined the Jets' practice squad on Nov. 5.
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JETS DEFENSIVE BACKFIELD PREPARED TO SET SAIL TO HONOLULU FOR PRO BOWL. The Jets defensive backfield was well represented when the AFC announced their Pro Bowl roster Wednesday. Cornerback Antonio Cromartie and safety LaRon Landry were named as Pro Bowl reserves after helping the Jets defense rank second in the league against the pass.Cromartie's stellar play as the team'...
With all the importance places on head injuries and concussions in sports over the past few years, all the safety measures in the world don’t help if players aren’t honest about their suffering.
Greg McElroy was sacked 11 times in the Jets’ loss to the Chargers on Sunday, and at some point during the game suffered a concussion — it’s not exactly clear when. McElroy reportedly...
Mark Sanchez will get the start at quarterback Sunday in the Jets' season finale against Buffalo.Fantasy Spin:It's pretty much by default as Greg McElroy has been ruled out with a concussion. Sanchez will probably be on a short leash and could be benched in favor of Tim Tebow if he gets off to a rough start. Sanchez actually had one of his better games of the season versus...
What better way for the New York Jets to end their season than to start the quarterback who was once the starter, then got benched, then started again, then got benched again and is now preparing to be under center to close out the year. Greg McElroy is still suffering from concussion-like symptoms, which means Mark Sanchez is starting against the Buffalo Bills this weekend.
Rex Ryan’s bravado may have finally got the best of him. The New York Jets head coach has always been extremely confident, in fact, cocky. According to those in the know, if team owner won’t make the changes Rex wants, he should fire Rex. See, Rex isn’t stupid, either. He didn’t say my way or [...]
ESPN - The New York Jets' three-quarterback circus turned surreal Thursday morning, when Rex Ryan announced that Greg McElroy was being evaluated for a possible concussion and won't play Sunday against the Buffalo Bills in the season finale.
Bypassing Tim Tebow for the second time in as many weeks, Ryan said Mark Sanchez will start the game -- yet another blow to Tebow,...
The Race for Steak continues. Considering how in flux the lines are this week, we are going straight (PK) for week 17. The picks will continue into the playoffs next week as well.
1. Rob Celletti (129-104-7)
2. Chris Gross (121-112-7)
3. Mike Donnelly (118-117-5)
4. Chris Celletti (117-117-6)
5. Joe Caporoso (102-131-7)
Last Week (6-9-1)
Even with a recent report that Jets quarterback Tim Tebow could end up with the Jacksonville Jaguars next season, Arthur Arkush of ProFootballWeekly.com says it’s probably a stretch to believe that he’ll be a Jaguar in 2013.
After doing a little digging, we hear that categorizing his arrival in Jacksonville after the season as imminent is a major stretch.
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The New York Jets have announced that Mark Sanchez will be the team’s starting quarterback against the Buffalo Bills in the Week 17 regular season finale on Sunday. Head coach Rex Ryan announced the move this morning.
Ryan also announced that Greg McElroy, who had started last week, is “definitely out” for the finale on Sunday against the Bills. He has a concussion, which was...
If you needed a video to sum up how New York Jets fans feel about their team this season, the below clip should be exhibit A.
Check out this cell phone footage of a Jets fan puking during last weekend's San Diego Chargers game:
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In hour two of the Open Mike program from December 26, Michael Cohen welcomes in Mike Sanfilipo of Triple Coverage to get his take on the Giants collapse. The duo then talk about the Tim Tebow fiasco in New York, and whether the Jets should either fire or demote GM Mike Tannenbaum. That and the boys count down and look back at the year 2012.
Open Mike 12-26-12 pt2
Open Mike 12-26-pt2