Found January 26, 2013 on
New York Jets
It’s no surprise Tim Tebow gained a reputation as a great teammate because he’s a great person.He’s friendly, respectful and always ready to accommodate media and fans.He’s a man of faith who actually appears to practice what he preaches.Tebow is the NFL’s gold standard for generosity.He brings hope to children suffering from illness and injury through his foundation. He even flies some of these kids and their families to games to enjoy the NFL experience as his personal guest. The Walter Payton Humanitarian Award should be renamed in his honor.But his is the last jersey you’d want to see hanging in the locker next to yours if you’re an average NFL quarterback. Just ask Kyle Orton, who finished 2011 with a Total QBR of 49.8, compared to Tebow’s 29.9. Yet, conventional wisdom claims Tebow had the better year because he was the signal caller when Denver strung together one of the luckiest streaks in history.He’s the last guy you’d want to pass block for because of his unpredictable po...
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The thought is the new New York Jets general manager will either trade or release Tim Tebow. With the news comes rumors of Tebow having to change his position to continue playing in the NFL. What a bunch of hog wash that is. Tim Tebow won a Heisman trophy and a play off game for the Broncos playing quarterback in the NFL. The problem is nobody has given Tim Tebow the respect he deserves...
John Idzik’s first day at the Jets facility was spent putting out fires. It seems like Darrelle Revis is upset about possible trade rumors. That is and has been part of the problem with the New York Jets under Rex Ryan as the team’s head coach, there have been far too many rumors over the past few years. If Idzik is going to turn the Jets into a contender, he has to hire a head...
According to Mike Freeman of CBS Sports, the New York Jets are looking to get a first and second round pick in return for cornerback Darrelle Revis. I would that is a very fair asking price if he didn’t tear his ACL this season. But the fact that he has to come back from a serious knee injury, teams won’t be willing to give up that much to acquire Revis.
We already know there...
A report that the New York Jets might be interested in trading heralded cornerback Darrelle Revis has suitors starting to line up for a chance to land one of the NFL's best players. One general manager called the prospect "one of the biggest potential trade markets for a player ever," according to CBSSports.com. Multiple reports indicate a growing desire on the...
New York Jet cornerback Darrelle Revis took to Twitter Thursday and is scratching his head just like everybody else.
As if the New York Jets needed more distractions, owner Woody Johnson just opened up a can of worms...
I'm speechless by far but more importantly I feel more upset for the jet nation for having to go through this!!!
— Darrelle Revis (@Revis24) January 24...
Much to the chagrin of embattled head coach Rex Ryan, New York Jets owner Woody Johnson and recently hired general manager John Idzik will entertain offers to deal elite cornerback Darrelle Revis this offseason. The 27-year-old Revis, who the Jets selected out of the University of Pittsburgh with the 14th overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft, was indefinitely shelved after suffering...
The unimaginable is on the verge of happening for the Jets. On Wednesday, it was reported that the Jets will explore trade options for Darrelle Revis. The All-Pro cornerback is coming off an injury plagued season that forced him to miss 14 games in 2012 and after next season, the Jets will have a hard time signing him to another contract.
The thought of Revis calling another...
Rich Cimini of ESPN New York reports that there's a small segment of the organization that would rather trade Antonio Cromartie than Darrelle Revis, according to a source.
Cromartie's trade value never will be higher; he's coming off arguably his best year. A Cromartie trade would clear $8.2 million in cap room (only $2.5 million in dead money); a Revis trade would...
Could the Patriots make a move for Darrelle Revis?
After reports that the New York Jets are open to trading super-stud cornerback Darrelle Revis surfaced Wednesday night, I began to think, “Is it fathomable to think Darrelle Revis could end up in a Patriots uniform come September?” Of course, it would be tough to see the Jets trade their best player to their hated in-division...
Turn On The Jets is happy to welcome guest contributor Michael Nolan for an inside look at Marty Mornhinweg’s offense. Nolan has spent time working at NFL Films, NBC Sports and coaching at the college level. He also happens to be a life long Philadelphia Eagles fan and thus somebody who has seen every game Morhinweg called for Philadelphia. Enjoy his in-depth look at the offense...
As the New York Jets try to clean up their mess, the one consistent question that remains is what will the team do about their quarterback Mark Sanchez. Many pundits assume he’ll only be on the roster because of his guaranteed $8.5 million salary this season. Many expect him to get competition.
One of his teammates who’s supported him since the beginning of this mess, Antonio...
Looking to surpass the six-year, $96 million deal defensive end Mario Williams inked with the Buffalo Bills last March, New York Jets owner Woody Johnson and recently hired general manager John Idzik must trade elite cornerback Darrelle Revis this offseason. The 27-year-old Williams, who the Houston Texans took out North Carolina State University with the first pick in the 2006 NFL...
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The Jets host the Penguins at the MTS Centre tonight and it marks the first time Sydney Crosby sets foot in Winnipeg since the training camp before the 2005 WJHC which was held in Grand Forks ND. Talk already circulates around how Crosby is unlike the last great Penguins superstar, Mario Lemieux, who always seemed to have the...
The Jets have reportedly placed All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis on the trading block
The possibility of Darrell Revis joining the Packers makes for interesting reading in a slow news week, but the odds of the perennial Pro Bowl cornerback playing his home games in the state of Wisconsin next season are about the same as the odds of Jean-Claude Van Damme winning an Oscar for The...
“I haven’t scripted any answers to any questions. This is the real Tyrann right now.” The New York Post neglected to add, “…as he hit the jumbo slow so it sizzled. Smoke filled the air around the reporters as he coughed and offered it up. ‘Yo somebody hit this. I gotta go cover some outs and slants.’”
Of course the Jets are interested in Lue. Why not? It makes sense...