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Now that Jets fans have had a day to mourn the loss of the greatest defensive player in team history, it’s time to look forward and pick up the pieces that are still here. With perhaps the best defensive coach in the league running the show, and centerpieces like Mo Wilkerson, Quinton Coples, and Antonio Cromartie, the defense is still likely to be amongst the league’s best. But without Number 24 out there in the secondary, the cornerback position will look much different. Let’s take a look at where the position stands now, and how the team will go about trying to replace Mr. Revis.
Antonio Cromartie – Yes, Darrelle Revis is a once-in-a-generation type talent at cornerback, but Antonio Cromartie isn’t too shabby himself. He’s coming off a Pro Bowl season in which he stepped up big time and took over the Revis role covering the top receiver on each team 1-on-1. He’s amongst the top ten players in the league at the position and will be heavily relied upon in 2013 to perform up to the ...
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George R.R. Martin, a big Jets fan and brilliant author of the books behind the HBO series "Game of Thrones," slammed the team for the Darrelle Revis trade.
After the trade to send cornerback to Darrelle Revis to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers finally happened, Revis' representatives took one final shot at the New York Jets, labeling them as a team that “is not committed to winning,” according to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News.
Talks between the two teams went on for what seemed like an eternity, and with the Jets playing...
The stare-down between the New York Jets and Tampa Bay Buccaneers over Darrelle Revis could be nearing an end.
The Bucs have been granted permission to have the star cornerback visit Tampa Bay and undergo a physical, according to multiple reports. The Jets have expressed a desire to have Revis on the trading block for a while, and the Bucs, trying to find an answer to correct the...
Darrelle Revis is now a Tampa Bay Buccaneer, and one particular Jet is not taking the trade well. Jets pro bowl cornerback Antonio Cromartie grew extremely close with Revis, and according to Around The League, Cromartie is devastated, saying “it sucks.”
“It sucks. That’s my reaction: It sucks,” Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie told New York Daily News reporter Manish...
As we’ve been reporting, Jets GM John Idzik must have finally seen the light, because he’s now moving with a sense of urgency in the Darrelle Revis trade negotiations.
Revis has already been granted permission to travel to Tampa Bay to take a physical for the Bucs, and visit with the organization.
Now Jason Cole of Yahoo Sports is reporting that Jets have agreed to trade Revis...
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10) If you know any Jets fans right now, please feel free to reach out and remind them that there is so much more to life than football
9) Revis has $96 million coming from the Bucs, but if he stays hurt, he won't make a dime, which is kind of a massive refutation to the idea that the NFLPA exists
8) The Jets might now be able to draft a CB with the pick...
Well now that Darrelle Revis is gone, and the Jets have a little room to move around, could they end up making a splash where no one is expecting them too?
Every single website I have looked at has the Jets taking a defensive end or outside linebacker and while I would like to believe they could use one, Who says they will not take Geno Smith if he is just sitting there?
It’s nearly impossible–no it IS impossible–to accurately predict what every team in the draft is going to do when Roger Goodell takes the podium (BOOO!!!) on Thursday night. But that can’t stop us from hoping certain things are going to happen before John Idzik hands in his first card as General Manager of the New York Jets, right? As we know, the Jets hold the 9th and 13th...
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New York Jets Head Coach Rex Ryan and his brother Rob Ryan might seem like pretty cool guys compared to some of the other NFL coaches out there, but if you take a closer look at their past, they were kind of, pardon the expression, NERDS. Check out those glasses — Now it’s starting to make sense why they’re such arrogant d-bags.-TO
It was quite shocking that the Buccaneers signed Darrelle Revis to an extension that will pay him $0 guaranteed.According to Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports, the Jets could have signed Revis to the same type of deal, but were never interested in negotiating with him.Funny part of all this is the #NYJ could have gotten the same $0 guarantee, but they never asked to negotiate— Jason...
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Less than two days removed from a franchise altering move, New York Jets' general manager John Idzik insists that trading Darrelle Revis will bring both short-term and long-term gains to a depleted roster.
Optimum Scouting Director Eric Galko provides his keen insight and analysis on the prospects topping the New York Jets draft board.