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Lets face it, the best running back the New York Jets had was quarterback Geno Smith, but with one swift move the Jets updated their backfield claiming Alex Green from the Packers.
The Packers’ leading rusher last season was a third-round selection in 2011 out of Hawaii. Last season he rushed for 464 yards on 135 carries and 125 receiving yards.
Since Mike Goodson continues to head down the wrong path it was imperative for the Jets to find depth in the position... Read more
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The New York Jets really have their hands full heading into the upcoming 2013 NFL regular season. It’s not really a question of whether head coach Rex Ryan will be fired, but when. The Jets entered the 2013 NFL Draft needing to find an immediate starter in the secondary, improve in the trenches on both sides of the ball and try to land a guy who could lead the team and compete...
New York Jets coach Rex Ryan defended his decision to spend Saturday at Clemson University with his son while NFL teams made cuts to set their 53-player rosters.
Ryan's son, Seth, is a walk-on at Clemson, which played Georgia at home. The coach says Monday that he spoke on Friday to ''several'' Jets players who were getting cut, and personnel decisions had been...
The Browns are bringing in Pro Bowl kickers Dan Carpenter and Billy Cundiff for tryouts on Tuesday.
After terminating veteran Shayne Graham's contract and releasing rookie Brandon Bogotay over the weekend, the Browns don't have a kicker less than one week before their opener against Miami.
Carpenter was released by Miami, Arizona and the New York Jets last month.
Manish Mehta writes, "Rex Ryan opts to attend his son's football game at Clemson instead of staying with the Jets on cutdown day. While veteran Antonio Cromartie supports him, one annonymous [sic] source says it is a 'big F.U.' to the players."
Jets fans took to the NY Daily News' comment section. And the sampling didn't even include mocking the spelling...
Oh the Jets. The
J-E-T-S JETS JETS JETS! After flip-flopping
like a fat stack at IHOP on which quarterback was who and where, New York Jets
head coach, (blah) Rex Ryan, NOW commits to rookie New York Jets QB, Geno Smith.
Patra of NFL.com reports that the head of the three New York football
families, (even though two actually play in Jersey, who cares), New York Jets
The NFL Draft provides an opportunity for teams to supplement rosters, improve on weak positions, and build a strong foundation for the future. While the hope for any draft class is that every player can become a contributing member of the team, that is far from reality. More often than not, a draft class will produce one or two starting caliber players at most. As the newly minted...
After releasing the immortal Graham Harrell, the New York Jets signed substandard field general Brady Quinn on Monday. Clipped by the Seattle Seahawks last weekend, the 28-year-old Quinn is guaranteed to earn at least the veteran’s minimum of $715,000 if he’s still a Jet on Saturday. Taken out of Notre Dame by the Cleveland Browns 22nd overall in 2007, the journeyman has now...
The Packers have moved on from running back Alex Green.Fantasy Spin:After Cedric Benson went down last season the Packers handed the running back job to Green and he proceeded to rush for 3.4 yards per carry on 135 carries. The Packers will use James Starks and rookie Johnathan Franklin as backups to Eddie Lacy.
The Green Bay Packers announced the release of 22 players Saturday, trimming the roster to the NFL-mandated 53-man limit. The Packers released: FB Jonathan Amosa T Andrew Datko S David Fulton C Garth Gerhart RB Alex Green T Kevin Hughes WR Charles Johnson C Patrick
BY NICK ST. DENISDarrelle Revis and Dee Milliner won't actually be going head-to-head with one another Sunday when Revis's Tampa Bay Buccaneers face Milliner's New York Jets.They might as well be.The Jets traded the All-World but All-Money cornerback Revis to the Bucs this offseason in exchange for a first-round draft pick (No. 13 overall), which was used on defensive...
As of the designated NFL cutdown time of 5 p.m. today, the Green Bay Packers parted ways with 22 players. Among some of the more notable cuts: QB Vince Young and RB Alex Green.Of more interest to Packer fans is who the team kept on the roster. Here is the roster as of now (subject to ongoing change, of course):QUARTERBACK (2): Aaron Rodgers and B.J. ColemanRUNNING BACK (3): Eddie...