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The New York Jets have informed quarterbacks coach Matt Cavanaugh he will not be retained when his contract expires later this month. Head coach Rex Ryan informed Cavanaugh of the move Monday, as first reported by The Daily News. Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez has 52 turnovers over the past two seasons and was benched in favor of Greg McElroy late in the season. Sanchez started the finale after McElroy was injured in his lone start. Cavanaugh and the Jets were also unable to find a productive role for Tim Tebow.
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When the New York Jets fired quarterbacks coach Matt Cavanaugh on Monday, the seeds were planted for the removal of offensive coordinator Tony Sparano.
If Cavanaugh was responsible for Mark Sanchez’s personnel development, Sparano was the man who assembled the blueprint for the entire unit’s disaster.
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After being photographed shirtless on a beach resort last week, Rex Ryan finally addressed the New York media and answered questions about a peculiar tattoo spotted on his right arm, one that depicts his wife wearing nothing but a Mark Sanchez jersey in a pose that looks strangely similar to “Tebowing.”
What Rex said, according to Business Insider:
He’s had it...
Rex Ryan covered up his tacky tattoo of his wife clad only in a Mark Sanchez jersey with an even less subtle "I heart me" T-shirt.
Yesterday, the New York Jets head coach was spotted at the same Bahamas resort wearing the faded black tee shielding the public from the infamous ink on his right arm.
At least this fashion miscue can be removed without a laser.
Rex Ryan continues to leave an indelible mark on the New York Jets.
But the head coach also took time at the team's news conference on Tuesday to address his much-discussed tattoo of his wife wearing a Sanchez jersey, something photographers documented while he was in the Bahamas.
The coach said he has had it on his right arm for nearly three years, and was able to joke about...
It seems like everyday we are reporting on something circus like and messy going on with the New York Jets. Quarterback Greg McElroy was quoted last year as saying that the Jets had a “corrupt mindset,” in their lockerroom.
It’s amazing what the opportunity to start will do for one’s ability to deliver compliments, because yesterday according to the Star-Ledger, McElroy...
You know a team is in bad shape when its third-string quarterback is taking potshots.
Luckily, that’s not the case — this year.
While Jets third-string (or backup, or starter, depending on the week) quarterback Greg McElroy was among those chiming in on the poor state of the Jets’ chemistry after last season, he sounded very supportive of the team on Sirius XM’s Mad Dog Radio...
The New York Jets are continuing to clean house. Today, the rebuilding management fired their offensive coordinator, Tony Sparano.
The move was not surprising considering the Jets terrible season. Since Sparano was hired, many wondered if he was right for the job. With a background as an offensive line coach and no experience with quarterbacks, this was yet another move by the...
The 6-10 New York Jets have clearly flown off course. The new Jets GM, whoever finally ends up with the job, will be walking into a laundry list of issues the minute those Florham Park doors open. Steering the overall product on the field back to Super Bowl contender status won’t be easy. The following are the keys to the foundation. Questions that the new head honcho upstairs...
Jerry Jones promised changes were coming to the Dallas Cowboys, and they’re starting to trickle in.
The Cowboys fired defensive coordinator Rob Ryan on Tuesday, according to ESPN.com. Dallas went 8-8 during the 2012 season. The Cowboys’ defense was ranked 19th in total yards, 19th against the pass and 22nd against the run.
Ryan is the twin brother of New York Jets head coach...