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The Jets have signed former Cleveland Browns and Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi, head coach Rex Ryan confirmed on Thursday.The wide receiver-needy Jaguars released Massaquoi earlier this month after signing him to a two-year contract in April that could have been worth up to $4.7 million with incentives. Still, the Jets were singing his praises after working him out earlier this morning.Ryan said Massaquoi reminded him of former Jet, and fan-favorite, Jerricho Cotchery, while offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg said the former Browns' second round pick has "excellent hands" and is a good route runner.Massaquoi will now be added to a...
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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) -- The New York Jets signed veteran wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi on Thursday to add depth to their receiving corps.
Massaquoi was cut by Jacksonville on Monday after signing a two-year deal in April. He had two catches for 15 yards in the Jaguars' preseason loss to the Jets on Saturday night.
"A tough guy who has been in this system just a little...
The Jets are running out of bodies at the receiver position, and just made a signing to shore things up.
Fox Sports is reporting that the Jets have agreed to terms with former Browns and Jaguars wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi.
Jets agree to terms with WR Mohamed Massaquoi
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) August 22, 2013
Massaquoi signed a two-year deal worth up to $5.6 million...
The New York Jets have signed veteran wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi to a contract. Massaquoi was released by the Jaguars last week and will give the Jets some depth at the position. He will likely fit on the depth chart behind Stephen Hill and Jeremy Kerley. This is not a team expected to be an offensive threat and this signing will not make them any closer to being one. The...
Times are tough in the Big Apple as a pair of former Cleveland Browns wide receivers could be vying for one spot on the New York Jets’ 53-man roster. The New York Daily News reports that veteran, and former first-round pick Braylon Edwards could be on the outside looking in after New York opted to pick up the well-traveled former second-round pick of Eric Mangini, Mohamed Massaquoi...
New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan has always been a defensive-minded leader, so it should come as no surprise that he expects his unit to be atop the league's rankings in 2013.
Santonio Holmes is the perfect New York Jet due to the fact that drama loves him and he loves it.
According to the New York Post, Holmes is not making a effort to practice with the team as he milks his foot injury from last season.
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The competition for the starting quarterback job of the New York Jets has hardly been a thrilling duel thus far, to say the least. Even though he has had a couple of ugly interceptions in the preseason, Mark Sanchez still looks to be in the lead over Geno Smith, who has only played a fraction of one preseason game before being injured.
And even though Philadelphia and Jacksonville...
Jets coach Rex Ryan has made it official: there's still a legitimate quarterback competition on his team.
It was reported Wednesday that Smith who watched Mark Sanchez start the team's first two preseason games would have his opportunity to start Saturday vs. the Giants.
Ryan confirmed that to reporters Thursday saying “I think he's looked good. I'm excited to...
I am starting to think this whole mustache thing is to distract Rex Ryan from how bad of a QB his is. How are you supposed to command respect in the huddle with that on your face?
This is one of the most disgusting things these eyes have ever seen — and that includes the butt fumble.
Mark Sanchez has completely made over his look in the past few years. He’s gone from a suave, AFC finalist to a fu-man-chu wearing, toe nail severing, sociopath who can’t lead a football team if his life depended on it.
If anybody had any doubts whether or not Sanchez has...
BY NICK ST. DENISAfter Geno Smith spent last Wednesday throwing four interceptions while hobbling on his injured foot, New York Jets coach Rex Ryan said the rookie quarterback had his "worst day," which was "brutal."This Wednesday, Ryan sang a different tune."It wasn’t brutal, that’s for sure," Ryan quipped. "That was a great day. I don’t...