Found March 10, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
Brandon Jacobs seems to have a change of heart in regard to Rex Ryan. After being released from the New York Giants on Friday, the bruising running back said he "could get along" with Ryan if he joined the New York Jets. "I got about three good ones left in me, no question ... guaranteed three more years left in me," Jacobs told the New York Post on Saturday. "I would love to do that (play for the Jets). It would be an opportunity for me to not have to relocate. I got to do what's best for my family. Whichever team it is, I think is going to be a lucky team. I got a lot left in me, got a lot to offer." Jacobs had a differing view of Ryan and the Jets after the Giants posted a 29-14 victory in Week 16. "It's time to shut up, fat boy!" Jacobs said of Ryan, who has been all-too-quick to guarantee success for the Jets. The 29-year-old Jacobs finished fourth in Giants' history with 4,849 rushing yards and has a franchise-record 56...

Giants release Brandon Jacobs

Brandon Jacobs showed signs of decline last season, so the team has decided to part ways with the bruising runner after seven seasons in New York. 

The New York Giants release RB Brandon Jacobs

With as many as 20 pending unrestricted free agents currently on their roster, the Super Bowl Champion New York Giants released RB Brandon Jacobs on Friday. Jacobs was heading into the final year of his contract and voiced his desire to remain with the Giants for yet another season. Jacobs also publicly had stated that he would be willing to take yet another salary cut...

Brandon Jacobs next stop could be with the Patriots?

Could Brandon Jacobs be the next veteran running back in the Patriots backfield in 2012? The 29 year old Jacobs is now free to sign with any team after being released by the Giants.  Not many teams in the NFL will be interested in signing a bruising 29 year old running back like Jacobs, but the Patriots could be looking for a running back to replace 35 year old Kevin Faulk if he...

Brandon Jacobs Released by the New York Giants

TweetIt's official Running Back Brandon Jacobs has been released by the New York Giants. His contract was terminated by the organization after failing to come up with a suitable agreement for the big RB. Despite a successful Super Bowl Championship season, Jacobs had slowly but surely worn out his welcome. Some of his comments during the season were out of line, his play was...

Giants to release Brandon Jacobs

Despite an expectation that suggested otherwise, Brandon Jacobs has taken his last carry as a member of Big Blue. According to Mike Garafolo of the New Jersey Star-Ledger, the Giants will release Jacobs on Friday. In recent weeks, the team wanted Jacobs to “greatly” restructure his 2012 salary of $4.9. After both sides couldn’t come to an agreement, New York decided to cut...

Giants release RB Jacobs

The Giants on Friday released running back Brandon Jacobs after seven years in New York. Jacobs, 29, ran for 571 yards and seven touchdowns last season as the Giants won the Super Bowl. He wanted to stay with the champions, but a restructured deal could not be agreed to by both parties, signaling the end of a solid Giants career. In fact, he is the fourth-leading rusher in franchise...

Giants cut RB Jacobs

The New York Giants released running back Brandon Jacobs on Friday.The team and Jacobs were unable to come to terms on a restructured deal. Jacobs was due a $500,000 roster bonus later this month and was set to make $4.4 million this season."It's been a great ride," Jacobs said in a statement. "It's a great organization, a standup organization. I had fun. Won...

Brandon Jacobs wouldn’t mind playing for the Jets

Former New York Giants running back Brandon Jacobs told the New York Post that he wouldn’t mind finishing his career with Rex Ryan and the New York Jets. “I got about three good ones left in me, no question … guaranteed three more years left in me,” Jacobs told the Post. “I would love to do that,’’ Jacobs said. “It would be an opportunity for me to not have to relocate...

Rex Ryan With High Praise For The Blues

from Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, There was an unlikely visitor on the Blues’ bench at today’s morning skate. New York Jets coach Rex Ryan watched the team practice and spoke with Blues coach Ken Hitchcock. “I said, ‘Man, you coach this team like a football team ... and that’s the truth,” Ryan said. “He spent a lot of time around football coaches...

New York Jets: Safety Remains Major Concern

The New York Jets have had inconsistent play at the safety position since Rex Ryan took over as head coach. The problem is magnified because they play in the same division as the New England Patriots, who have the best tight end in the league, Rob Gronkowski, and another top ten tight end in the league in Aaron Hernandez. It isn’t just New England who attacks the middle of the...

Jets showed interest in Manning, then gave Sanchez an extension?

Over the past few weeks, the New York Jets were counted as one of the teams that would go after Peyton Manning upon his release from the Indianapolis Colts. Manning started making the rounds on Friday, first in Denver to meet with the Broncos, with an expected visit with the Cardinals and possibly Chiefs. Many thought the Jets would still make an effort, but nothing, no word from...
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