Found November 24, 2011 on The Jets Blog:
PLAYERS: Marcus Dixon
TEAMS: New York Jets
In case you didn’t see the Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel this week, Jets DT Marcus Dixon was featured in a follow up after his incarceration as an 18 year old.  The AP summarized Dixon’s segment, which you can read here.

Jets Extend Schottenheimer to 2012

He's been apart of two memorable runs to the AFC Championship game. He's personally taken on the maturation process of Mark Sanchez. And he's one of the most polarizing figures on this New York Jets team. He's been praised when the team's winning and crucified when losing. He's been considered the mad genius of the Jets offense -- usually more mad than genius...

Transcripts: Slauson, Brunell, Burress 11/22

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Jets, Bills Face Each Other in a Meaningless Game

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Film Room Clearing House

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