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Terrell Owens wants a job. He wants back in the NFL, and is constantly reminding teams of his physical ability. This past Monday night, he sent out a Tweet to the New York Jets that he was still available if they want him. They don’t want him, though Rex Ryan did say “never say never.” [...]
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Terrell Owens is going to force his way onto the New York Jets whether they like it or not. Now whether they reciprocate the love is a different story. Sunday Terrell Owens took twitter to let the struggling New York Jets know he was available and had a soft spot for them. Pro Football Talk [...]
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It’s on the record that Players View feels that Terrell Owens can still play. There is also the feeling that he creates these weird stumbling blocks for himself that for instance kept him from making the grade in Seattle.
In looking at the film that he generated as a Seahawk he had no problem getting open which is why he was targeted so much.
He just dropped crucial catches.When...
According to Gary Myers of the New York Daily News, the Jets aren’t interested in bringing in free agent wide receiver Terrell Owens even though head coach Rex Ryan wouldn’t rule it out.Forget about T.O. to the Jets. Sources just told me they have no interest in Owens. No surprise. Better chance they bring back Don Maynard.— Gary Myers (@garymyersNYDN) October 9, 2012This is...
Yes, I added this for Gay Porn Traffic10) Ryan is an agnostic who rejects ESPN and all of His works9) Once he plays this card and loses, the Jets will no longer be interesting to even the tabloids8) Wants to keep Designated Sidehow Tim Tebow fresh for those crucial fake punts7) Hasn't done quite enough to bury the man's chances at every having a career outside of New York...
People are going to read into the wording used by New York Jets coach Rex Ryan when he said on Wednesday that Mark Sanchez will remain the Jets starting quarterback "this week." The fact that Ryan did not commit beyond Sunday's game against Indianapolis may or may not mean anything, but it certainly will fuel speculation about whether Tim Tebow could become the starter...
Will Rex Ryan and company get back on the winning track or will the Jets start spiraling out of control?
Terrell Owens and Plaxico Burress are veteran free agents that could serve as placeholders during Alshon Jeffery’s absence. Yet GM Phil Emery said he’s happy with the team’s current wideouts.
The grades are in from Monday night's action-packed contest between the Houston Texans and NewYork Jets. Find out whether Rex Ryan and company passed on the Green and White Report grading scale.
The New York Jets are the definition of dysfunction, and the circus is only getting better as time moves forward.
In an interview on CNBC, Woody Johnson made a plethora of comical remarks that should raise our eyebrows, but more specifically, he said of the possibility of hanging on to Tim Tebow, "He's going to be with us for three years."
Meanwhile, Manish Mehta...
The New York Jets will be without defensive end Kenrick Ellis for 4-6 weeks with what coach Rex Ryan labeled a "significant" knee injury. The MCL injury suffered Monday against the Houston Texans is likely a small tear. Ellis isn't the only player on injury watch this week. All-Pro center Nick Mangold didn't practice Thursday and safety Eric Smith, who sprained...