Found October 01, 2012 on
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According to Brian Costello of the New York Post, it sounds like Jets head coach Rex Ryan doesn’t expect wide receiver Santonio Holmes to be a back for a few weeks after injuring his foot on Sunday.
So until Holmes comes back, it looks like Jeremy Kerley and Chaz Schilens will be the Jets’ starting receivers. Good luck Rex.
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New York Jets receiver Santonio Holmes had to be helped from the field after hurting his left knee on the first play of the fourth quarter against San Francisco.
The Jets said he would not return Sunday.
Holmes went down after catching a short pass, which he fumbled, with Carlos Rogers returning it 51 yards for a touchdown. Trainers helped him off and he was not putting any weight...
Jets receiver Santonio Holmes has already been ruled out for next week's game against the Texans. Holmes left Sunday's game versus the 49ers after injuring his left foot.Fantasy Spin:He probably wouldn't have had a good week anyway against Houston's elite defensive unit. X-rays on the injured foot came back negative but the team is still waiting for the results of...
New York Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes has done anything but lived up to the five-year $45 million contract that he signed before last season.
Holmes has been nothing but a headache off the field while under achieving on it.
Now it looks like Holmes will miss the remainder of the season with a lisfranc injury.
We don’t know if the Jets are interested in moving on from Holmes...
New York Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes injured his footduring the fourth quarter of Sunday’s ugly loss to the San Francisco 49ers. He
was diagnosed with a Lisfranc injury yesterday and will “almost certainly” miss
the remainder of the season, reports Albert Breer of NFL.com:
New York Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes has a Lisfranc
injury and is almost...
The New York Jets received a 34-0 beat down at the hands of the 49ers on Sunday, prompting head coach Rex Ryan to say, “We got our ass kicked. There’s no two ways, ins or outs about it.”
To add injury to insult, Santonio Holmes left the game after sustaining what appeared to be a knee injury while trying to make a cut. Holmes fell to the ground in pain, while giving up the...
According to Kimberly Martin of Newsday, the New York Jets have placed wide receiver Santonio Holmes on season ending injured reserve due to a lisfranc injury.
The Jets signed free agent Jason Hill today to compensate for the loss of Holmes.
New York Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes could be sidelined a few weeks after injuring his left foot during Sunday's game against San Francisco...
The New York Jets signed 27 year-old Jason Hill today in an effort to fix a receiving corp which is dealing with the loss of Santonio Holmes for the season.
Holmes’ foot injury will likely end his season.
The newest addition to the Jets has speed but has never been much of a playmaker. Hill was cut by the Denver Broncos prior to the start of the season and has never had more then...
New York Jets’ coach Rex Ryan reiterated during a Monday press conference that Mark Sanchez is their quarterback. “He’s definitely our guy,” Ryan insisted. “I know this is killing him. He’s going to want to respond.”
Many fans have been talking about Tim Tebow, thinking his time is coming since [...]
An all around awful performance by the Jets in a home shut out loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. There's no way around it. The Jets were outplayed, out-executed, out-hustled and out-coached by Jim Harbaugh's group. Too add injury to insult, the Jets lost their best offensive weapon, Santonio Holmes, to a non-contract knee injury -- a play eerily resembling Darrelle...
New York Jets players are dropping like flies this season, and it really has me concerned. First it was Darelle Revis. Then it was Stephen Hill. And the most recent casualty: Santonio Holmes. As if things weren’t already bad enough for the Jets, while getting shut out by the 49ers this past Sunday, after hauling [...]
Photo via AP/Bill Kostroun
Santionio Holmes’ facial expression says it all.
As a Jets fan, I’ve witnessed some brutal games, but Sunday’s 0-34 loss to the San Francisco 49ers was historic and epic and pathetic.
I don’t know what can be said about Sunday’s game that I didn’t say last week. However, I’ll give it a shot and hopefully won’t sound like a broken record...