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The New York Jets wide receiver position remains a question mark heading into the 2013 season. There is potential for a productive, deep group but there are a concerning number of “ifs” surrounding that potential: If Santonio Holmes can return healthy from off-season foot surgery. If Stephen Hill can return healthy from off-season knee surgery. If Hill can begin to improve his route running and consistency catching the football. If Braylon Edwards is brought back on a minimum contract to provide necessary depth. If Jeremy Kerley can take another step forward in his development. If one or two of those “ifs” break the wrong way, the Jets are going to have another season with an ugly situation at receiver.
One of the questions worth exploring for both the 2013 season and future seasons is can Jeremy Kerley become a capable full time starting receiver in the place of Santonio Holmes? The Jets are going to try (and fail) to trade Holmes this off-season, we don’t know how healthy he will ...
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Former New York Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum would probably tell anyone that hind sight is 20/20.
The currently unemployed front office executive was on the set on NFL AM on Thursday.
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New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez might not be setting the world on fire in the NFL as of late, but looking at the number of hotties he has dated he certainly scores a touchdown.
Eva Longoria – 2012
Guess he had a thing for older woman. Longoria was 12 years older than Sanchez. According to US Magazine, he liked to hit up the town and have a good time, while she was more...
Earlier today former Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw told NFL AM that he would be interested in playing for the Jets. According to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News, the Jets have already responded with; “thanks, but no thanks.” Brian Costello of the New York Post reported that the Jets would only be interested in Bradshaw if he comes very cheap. Need NFL Tickets...
The New York Jets and their leader that exudes a lot of bravado, Rex Ryan, have a big decision to make this offseason if they’re going to bring back the cornerstone of this franchise, cornerback Darrelle Revis, for the 2013 season opener.Revis has made it known to all of us and the organization that he wants a big pay day and not just to be the league’s highest paid cornerback...
In not-so-shocking news former Jets General Manager Mike Tannenbaum has stated that he regrets the contract extension he gave to Mark Sanchez.
NESN has reported the story after Tannenbaum appeared on NFL Network’s ‘NFL AM’ and stated the following
“I don’t think I would have signed a quarterback to an extension knowing that he’d have 26 turnovers,”
Former New York Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum made an appearance on the NFL Network’s NFL AM says that he wouldn’t have given Mark Sanchez an extension if he knew he would turn the ball over so much. “I don’t think I would have signed a quarterback to an extension knowing that he’d have 26 turnovers,” Tannenbaum told “NFL AM” on Thursday, when asked about the...
Former Giants running back told NFL AM (via NFL.com) that he wouldn’t mind playing for the New York Jets since he wouldn’t have to leave home. “In playing with the Giants, they had mentioned that there was a chance for me to come back. I’m always up for that,” Bradshaw told “NFL AM” on Tuesday. “Whatever, whoever needs me, whoever can use me. Whoever I feel that...
While Tim Tebow ponders where his next job calling signals may be, it didn't take long for some enterprising young followers to draft him for an even higher calling.
Just hours after it was announced that Pope Benedict XVI (that's 16 to those who still don't know what number Super Bowl XLVII is) was retiring, a Twitter account for @PopeTebow was up and running, but since...
New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis may begin rehabbing
from surgery on his torn anterior cruciate ligament as soon as April, trainer Will
Sullivan tells Connor Orr of The Star-Ledger.
Sullivan, Revis’ defensive backs trainer, told Orr that
Revis is on pace to begin football-related activities, which would include at
least some light running and conditioning, as soon as...
Ahmad Bradshaw did not waste any time putting his name into free agent circulation after being let go by the New York Giants.
He may have earned two Super Bowl rings with the Giants but that does not mean he will rule out a stint with their in-city nemesis the New York Jets.
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After coming off a one-year deal with the Jets in which he played in all 16 games, safety LaRon Landry is reportedly asking targeting $6 million a year in a new deal, according to Rich Cimini.
Due to a clause in his current contract, the Jets will be unable to franchise Landry, making it almost a lock that he will be playing elsewhere next season.
Prior to his signing with the Jets...
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The Mark Sanchez-Rex Ryan honeymoon looked to be nearing an end late in 2011, and in 2012, it was officially over. A turbulent 6-10 campaign in which the team never had its stuff together led to general manager Mike Tannenbaum getting fired and changes at each of the coordinator positions.It also put Ryan on the hot seat and Sanchez somewhere close to the door. The pair faces the...
In continuation with our positional breakdowns of potential NFL Draft prospects for the New York Jets, we turn our attention to a position in dire need of a substantial upgrade. Today, our draft team provides a breakdown of the top five potential 3-4 defensive end/outside linebackers that could be selected by the Jets in April’s draft. These initial rankings are certainly subject...
Jets strong safety LaRon Landry is scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent in March. After having 100 tackles and four forced fumbles in 2012 Landry is looking for a big pay day.
Rich Cimini of ESPN New York reports Landry is believed to be seeking at least $6 million a year.
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