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The New York Jets have made a collection of intelligent decisions since their embarrassing season ending loss in Buffalo. Firing Mike Tannenbaum was a much needed start coupled with hiring Jed Hughes to lead the search for the team’s new General Manager. Credit Woody Johnson for recognizing he is not a football expert and needs assistance in selecting the proper person to run his team. Hughes has a distinguished resume and hasn’t wasted any time in requesting interviews with three strong GM candidates: Tom Gamble, Marc Ross, and Dave Caldwell. All three are highly sought after around the league and the Jets won’t be an easy sell but at least it shows they are on the right track.
While the GM search plays out, the entire coaching staff remains in limbo. If you are able to snare a candidate like one of the previously mentioned ones, they must have full autonomy on how to proceed at Head Coach. There can be no requirements that force him to keep Rex Ryan. If he wants to keep Rex, great...
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According to CBS Sports via ESPN.com, New York Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum will be fired on Monday.
Citing a league source, the report says Tannenbaum will be fired as soon as Monday and the Jets will enlist an executive search firm for a replacement.
A Jets spokesperson declined to comment on the report. Coach Rex Ryan is scheduled to conduct a press conference at 4:45...
Relieved of his general manager duties this week, Mike Tannenbaum bid farewell to the Jets ownership group, players and fans in an official statement to the media
Florham Park, NJ - Bye-bye Tanny.Everyone knew this was coming, but Woody Johnson wasn't about to wait around for a reporter to officially break the news. At 9:14 this morning Johnson sent out a press release via email confirming all of our suspicions as he relieved General Manager Mike Tannenbaum of his duties and expressed his confidence and belief in Rex Ryan to continue to...
The Jets have fired GM Mike Tannenbaum meaning he won't be stuck trying to figure out what to do with that #9 pick. Here's the 2013 NFL Draft Order.
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Finishing the season was a formality, but big changes were inevitable.Following a dismal 6-10 campaign, the New York Jets were poised for a housecleaning that would involve coaching firings, front office shakups and player dealing. The tremors have already begun, with general manager Mike Tannenbaum the first to officially go. A day after the Jets lost to the lowly Buffalo Bills...
Rex Ryan will return as New York Jets head coach, but he will be reporting to a new boss.
The Jets announced Monday morning that general manager Mike Tannenbaum was fired following a 6-10 season mired in controversy.
"Starting immediately, we will conduct a search for a new general manager," Jets owner Woody Johnson said in a team-released statement. "I've consulted...
Black Monday has rolled through the New York/New Jersey area, although Jets head coach Rex Ryan appears to have avoided the dreaded day after the regular season. The Jets will retain their head coach into next season, but GM Mike Tannenbaum is not as lucky.
Jets owner Woody Johnson has decided to fire Tannenbaum after serving 15 years in one capacity or another with the team. He...
General manager Mike Tannenbaum‘s tenure in New York is over, and it’s all Tim Tebow‘s fault.
Well, that’s not necessarily true, but Tebow’s arrival did play a big part in Tannenbaum’s early exit in New York.
Tannenbaum was with the Jets for almost 15 years in various capacities, including as general manager since 2006. He brought the team back to the brink of an AFC...
New York Jets owner Woody Johnson announced this morning that GM Mike Tannenbaum will not return to the Jets in 2013. Rex Ryan will remain as the Jets coach.
Source: The Redzone
New York Jets owner announced today that general manager Mike Tannenbaum will be fired and Gang Green will retain Rex Ryan as head coach. Find out what Johnson had to say about a disappointing 2012 campaign.
Jets announced they fired GM Mike Tannenbaun and are keeping HC Rex Ryan.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 31, 2012Well this is bad news for us Patriots fans. Mainly because the Jets are making moves that make sense. If they were to stick with everyone they have now and keep Mark Sanchez as their starter, that would be amazing. Alas, after a terrible collapse of going from...
Kim Jones reports the Jets have asked the Giants for permission to speak with their Director of College Scouting Marc Ross about the vacant general manager position in Florham Park.
Firing Mike Tannenbaum and reaching out to quality candidates is the easy part. It is going to be much tougher to find the absolute best fit and convince that person this is the job for them. So far...
In this episode of Open Mike, host Michael Cohen discusses the movers and shakers in the NFL after Black Monday, as seven coaches and five general mangers were fired this week. Michael welcomes Dan Feuersetein in to talk about the firing of Mike Tannenbaum.
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NEW YORK — The New York Jets have violated the NFL’s media policy by not making coach Rex Ryan or other team executives available within a week of the end of the regular season.
Ryan and owner Woody Johnson will meet with the media on Jan. 8. The season ended Sunday, Dec. 30.
The Professional Football Writers of America lodged a complaint with the league on Wednesday.
After what will be a nine-day hiatus, Rex Ryan and owner Woody Johnson will address reporters on Tuesday to wrap up the end of the Jets season.
The coach was not available on Monday when the players cleaned out their lockers and spoke to the media for the last time this season. The wait will make the Jets in violation of a league policy, which states in full: