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Check out episode 8 of the Turn On The Jets Podcast hosted by Joe Caporoso. Erik Manassy of Jets Twit discusses early trends in New York Jets camp and Jets fandom in a social media dominated landscape. Newly signed defensive lineman Leger Douzable then stops by to talk Rex Ryan’s defense, how the team is feeling early in training camp and who takes a leadership role on the team.
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How will the New York Jets ever survive without Fireman Ed? Last season, Fireman Ed — aka Ed Anzalone — stepped down from his position as Jets superfan because of the losing culture and drama surrounding the team and its fans. The problem (if you want to call it that) is that Fireman Ed has [...]
It may not be the worst thing in the world for Mark Sanchez, if Geno Smith ends up getting the starting job in week one. The Jets coaching staff and fan base already have a short rope waiting for Sanchez anyway. If Smith falters or goes down, Sanchez could re-enter under different circumstances. Needing only to perform in more meat and potatoes second string fashion. If Smith succeeds...
Our series of taking a deeper look at the battles going on at New York Jets training camp continues by focusing on the quarterback spot. Quarterback is certainly a position that never lacks drama with the Jets and this year it seems to be at an all time high. The former 5th overall pick from the 2009 draft Mark Sanchez is competing against this year’s second round pick Geno Smith...
Turn On The Jets is back in the film room today to break down the tape on New York Jets wide receivers Braylon Edwards and Clyde Gates. Recently acquired (for the third time since 2009), Edwards has a good chance to walk into major reps because of how thin the team’s depth chart is. Gates was a role player last season who is off to a strong start in training camp, leading to some...
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An unnamed New York Jets player anonymously said that rookie quarterback Geno Smith "can do more" than incumbent starter Mark Sanchez.
BY NICK ST. DENISMark Sanchez hasn't had to worry about a primary job the past three summers. Four, really.Sanchez won the New York Jets' starting quarterback gig his rookie season in 2009 basically by default, since his competition was Kellen Clemens. From 2010 to 2012, he was the clear-cut top option and leader at his position.But after a couple of sub-par seasons and the...
Chris Ivory can't seem to escape a holding pattern in his first training camp with the New York Jets.
Ivory was quickly forced to come out of practice Wednesday after his bothersome hamstring tightened up during individual drills. It had been Ivory's first attempted full practice with fellow Jets running backs.
"Hamstrings are tricky" Ivory said via The New York...
Despite recent reports that Geno Smith has been edging out Mark Sanchez in the New York Jets quarterback competition.
Questions have risen about Smith’s conditioning. Smith may have been out-passing his competitors, but when doing sprints at the end of practice one analyst reported Smith looked like he “had done no conditioning.
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Rookie Geno Smith has outplayed Mark Sanchez through the first week of training camp pulling even or perhaps ahead in the New York Jets' quarterback competition.
"He can do more" than Sanchez one veteran said Wednesday speaking on the condition of anonymity.
It was Sanchez's turn to lead the starting unit and he struggled throwing an interception for the second...
In “New York Jets Therapy Session” Cole Patterson examines a particular issue that the New York Jets face in a metaphorical therapy scenario. Treatments are prescribed from the perspective of a position of control with the franchise or through actions that have already been taken. Today’s edition focuses on “Franchise Communication Disorder”
Diagnosis: You say the...
With his contract negotiations and shoulder rehab in the rearview, New York Jets rookie cornerback Dee Milliner has his sights set on returning to the practice field as soon as he's medically cleared by the training staff.
According to ESPN's Rich Cimini, Geno Smith has jumped out to an early lead in the Jets' starting quarterback competition.Fantasy Spin:This comes just days after NFL Network's Brian Baldinger said Smith's conditioning was "embarrassing." If Geno gets the job it won't be because he deserved it. It will be because Mark Sanchez deserved it less.
Welcome to August. Just EIGHT days until the Jets' first preseason game.
Mark Sanchez recovered decently from yesterday's bad practice, going 10 for 16 with 2 TDs, one sack, and one INT.
Tight End Kellen Winslow, Jr. began the day doing individual drills with pads on, but took them off and worked on the bicycle during team drills. Jets training staff will have a...
When New York Jets general manager John Idzik swung a draft day deal to acquire Chris Ivory from the New Orleans Saints many fans jumped for joy. Labeled as the Jets' new feature back, Ivory appears ready to live up to the hype this season in the Big Apple.