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TJ Rosenthal of The Jet Report is back with another feature, today looking at the New York Jets ongoing struggles with media exposure. Make sure to give TJ a follow on Twitter and to follow his work all season long at both The Jet Report and here at Turn On The Jets
For the Jets, the offense with their return to the Ground and Pound, and the defense with their newcomers and hopeful additions of the 4-3 and the 46, are just the major concepts going under a transformation on the fly. There is more. You have key players most notably Mark Sanchez who seek consistency and efficiency. Then there are the coaches starting with Rex Ryan who aim to have a better handle on guiding things than they did during the 8-8 disaster last year. Finally, you have the tricky open door media policy. One that provides a unique window into the minds of the personalities of this team directly, but when utilized foolishly, still threatens to divide before it conquers.
On Monday Antonio Cromartie told the w...
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President Barack Obama chimed in on the potentially caustic situation the Jets face with having both Tim Tebow and Mark Sanchez on the roster.
Even Rex Ryan knows there are some people you shouldn't get into a verbal war with. Bill Belichick is one thing, the President of the United States is another.
In sticking with this year's new slimmer and quieter version of himself, the New York Jets head coach was quite demure in his response to President Obama's comments about the team's quarterback controversy...
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After initially saying he would not go to London to watch his sister Holley Mangold go for gold in weightlifting, it appears Nick Mangold has changed his mind.
According to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News, Rex Ryan is trying to help his quarterbacks speed up their decision-making in the pocket by installing a practice buzzer. This is not a new technique, as it was used previously by the Packers Mike McCarthy. The Packers use a buzzer that is set at 2.5 [...]
Rex Ryan has watched one Jets wide receiver after another leave practice with leg problems in training camp, and the Jets coach is clearly annoyed about it. Santonio Holmes was one of those receivers who had a "soft-tissue" injury. Ryan did not specify exactly what it is. Ryan feels some of the younger receivers have come to camp out of shape and that is causing the problem...
New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan is pretty intrigued about the thought of going for a two-point conversion every time his team scores a touchdown after hearing someone bring up the idea after they acquired Tim Tebow.
“I don’t know where it came from but they were like, ‘They ought to go for two every time this year.’ That might make sense,” Ryan said.
New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan provided a few thoughts on Tim Tebow what the Jets second-string quarterback needs to focus on during training camp.
Mike Donnelly is back with his weekly Stock Watch. This week’s edition focuses on the first week of training camp in the books in Cortland. Make sure to give Mike a follow on Twitter and if you haven’t had the chance yet check out our brand new Turn On The Jets shirts.
There’s a lot to get to this week with Jets Camp opening, so I won’t waste time coming up with an intro...
With no Super Bowl guarantees to speak of, Rex Ryan and crew appear focused on building team chemistry with the regular season just around the corner.
If you've flipped through the cable sports coverage on NFL training camps in the New York area, you'd have been hard pressed to find much detailed information on your favorite team. Unless you're a New York Jets fan that is.
The popularity of “tabloid journalism” makes it clear why the public at large is subject to so much Jets coverage. Certainly, the Jets have...
Rex Ryan put a quick end to a budding controversy.
The New York Jets coach addressed his players during a meeting Wednesday, reminding them to consider what they say in the wake of cornerback Antonio Cromartie's remarks that he'd rank himself the second-best wide receiver on the team.
Wide receiver Chaz Schilens said Wednesday he felt the comment was a ''slight...
Well here we go again into the wonderful world that is the New York Jets locker room, A place that is usually full of scrutiny and drama. Well today New York Jets Cornerback, Antonio Cromartie decided to add to that drama by seemingly running down his wide receivers by telling ESPN reporters that he is the Jets second best option at wide receiver behind Santonio Holmes.
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Giants quarterback Eli Manning isn't bothered by all the attention the media has been paying the Jets, saying it allows his team to focus on only football during training camp.
Rex Ryan is no trash talker when it comes to the president.
A day after President Barack Obama told an Ohio radio station that he is not a fan of Tim Tebow being on the New York Jets, the normally brash and bold coach resisted taking the expected humorous swipe. Instead, Ryan says Friday that he respects Obama and ''I respect the fact that this is opinion.''