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Scotty McKnight, who was released by the Jets (again) last night, tweeted about his injury and status.
New York Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum announced late Monday that wide receivers Scotty McKnight and DaMarcus Ganaway had been waived from the team. Read More
Z_Sibony @RichCimini @smcknight21
Thanks for all the get well tweets. It’s just a tiny crack on the knee cap, nothing major. Just need a bunch of milk and maybe a little glue
— Scotty McKnight (@smcknight21) August 7, 2012
I’ve cracked my kneecap before. Took 3 screws to put it back together. 8/7/12 3:03 PM
ya yours sounds way worse. No screws needed here 8/7/12 3:03 PM
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Another day, another New York Jets “headline”. This team is quickly becoming a total joke, and when you have scrubs like Joe McKnight and D’Anton Lynn starting massive brawls, you become even more of a laughingstock. Things got out of control and the fight continued to spread, knocking over advertisements and forcing fans and reporters to retreat before being trampled.
Off the heals of a Jets Brawl in yesterday’s practice, it seems like the Jets players didn’t get the message and were at it again. This time Rex made them pay. How? Running.
SethWalder Second time team was yelled at for fighting today. 8/7/12 9:57 AM
SethWalder Keller and Cro got into it after a 7on7 play. Rex is pissed, and now the...
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A fight broke out on the Jets sideline after a play early Monday morning. The fight involved about 20 of the Jets players...
Monday morning in Cortland, NY, fans and reporters scattered away from New York Jets practice field as a 20-player brawl erupted.
It started when safety D’Anton Lynn gave running back Joe McKnight a shove out of bounds following a screen pass. McKnight then fired the ball at Lynn in frustration, and immediately the two went at it with McKnight charging and throwing the first...
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