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STEPHEN HILL RUMORS & GOSSIP

NY Jets Stephen Hill: another Mike Tannenbaum bust?

Mike Tannenbaum had a few successful trades, but he also had a few horrid ones. For as bad as the Mark Sanchez draft day trade looks now, the Jets still got two AFC Championship runs in return. One Tannenbaum trade that looks to be the most haunting includes Georgia Tech wide receiver, Stephen Hill. In the 2012 draft, the Jets moved up five spots, giving up a fifth and seventh round...
Via The Sports Bank
21 hours ago  |  Discuss

New York Jets: DOs & DON’Ts (Week 1, Pre-Season)

We are 4 days away from the first preseason game for the New York Jets. To help get you ready for Thursday, we will throw out five DOs and five DON’Ts for Rex Ryan and the Jets against the Indianapolis Colts… DO 1. DO let Geno Smith take some shots down the field to Stephen Hill. This is a favorable match-up for the New York Jets wide receivers, as the Colts do not have a very...
Via Turn On The Jets
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Stephen Hill out to prove he's NY Jets' best threat as No. 2 receiver

The play should have made you gasp in amazement, but as Stephen Hill sprinted past his defender, caught a perfectly thrown spiral and raced down the sideline for a 60-yard touchdown in Jets practice on Friday, everyone probably had the same thought: Why doesn’t this happen more often? Hill is an enigma who leaves you wanting more every time you see him. On days such as Friday...
Via Pro Sports Daily
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Stephen Hill responds to fans heckling him at training camp

One of the great things about training camp is that it gives fans a chance to get close to players and coaches during practice sessions. If you're Jets wide receiver Stephen Hill, it's also one of the worst things about camp. Hill, who struggled in his first two NFL seasons, is already hearing it from the peanut gallery. According to ESPN.com's Jane McManus, Hill had...
Via Pro Sports Daily
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Stephen Hill gets into it with Jets’ fans

Apparently Jets fans started heckling wide receiver Stephen Hill at training camp by telling him that he shouldn’t be on the field. “Take me out of the game?” Hill yelled back to the stands as he ran out for a play, via ESPNNewYork.com. “You act like I didn’t hear that s—.” After being drafted in the first round a few years ago,  Hill still has to prove he’s not...
Via Pro Football Zone
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Jets Stephen Hill to Heckler: “You Act Like I Didn’t Hear that Sh*t”

Hill is probably going to get cut before the season starts. He has a lot of physical talent, but hasn’t shown the mental ability to breakthrough. Also, his hands are made of stone, which doesn’t help when you are playing the wide receiver position. ESPN’s Jane McManus caught this exchange between Hill and a heckler at Jets camp. Stephen Hill can hear you. That’s the message...
Via BlackSportsOnline
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Jets trying to get underachieving receiver Stephen Hill to better use his speed

The Stephen Hill Saga is well-known to Jets fans by now. A big, raw talent drafted in the 2012 second round, Hill's first two seasons were plagued by injuries and a general lack of production: 45 catches, four touchdowns, certain games in which he simply seemed to vanish. The Jets have thus far stopped short of labeling the 6-foot-4, 215-pound Hill a bust, but they did make...
Via Pro Sports Daily
July 01, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Jets better hold their breath if they draft USC WR Marqise Lee

Forgive me if I'm hesitant to believe that USC wideout Marqise Lee can deliver in the pros. I'm cheering for him and not against him. The Trojans have produced plenty of highly touted draft picks in recent years that have failed to live up to the stardom from playing at Southern Cal. The not to distance memories of USC draft busts, R. Jay Soward, Mike Williams and Dwayne Jarre...
Via College2Pro.com
March 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Combine Review: Ten early-round prospects the New York Jets could draft

Combine Review: Ten early-round prospects the New York Jets could draftThe Scouting Combine in Indianapolis wrapped up Tuesday, after six days of interviews, tests and the measuring of measurables.  While most pundit discussion is centered on Johnny Manziel and Jadeveon Clowney, both those players will be drafted before the New York Jets make their first selection this May. They’ll...
Via isportsweb.com
February 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Turn On The Jets Film Room – Stephen Hill – Hope For 2013?

Throughout the off-season we will step into the film room and provide a closer look at various players on the New York Jets roster. If there is a player in particular you’d like to see a review on, leave a note in the comment section or shoot us a Tweet with the hashtag #TOJFilmRoom The New York Jets spent a 2nd round pick on wide receiver Stephen Hill in the 2012 NFL Draft. Possessing...
Via Turn On The Jets
May 04, 2013  |  Discuss
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