Asked about RB Mike Goodson's arrest, Jets owner Woody Johnson went as stupid as you'd expect from Woody Johnson:
"We're trying to win games and do the right thing. Truth, justice and the American...
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New York Jets owner Woody Johnson is ''extremely happy'' to have Geno Smith on his team, and looks forward to a ''fun'' quarterback competition.
Johnson, speaking to reporters at an NFL symposium Tuesday, says the team gave Smith a ''very high score'' while scouting him and the former West Virginia star is ''welcome to the...
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Following an interesting beginning to the offseason, New York Jets owner Woody Johnson recently stated that he feels there is a "buzz" around the team.
The New England Patriots and New York Jets are facing two very different realities heading into the 2013 season. The Patriots are eyeing another trip to the Super Bowl, and the Jets staring down another middling campaign. Yet, Jets owner Woody Johnson thinks the Patriots need to beware.
After dealing away cornerback Darrelle Revis and making a lot of noise during this year’s NFL...
Whatever plan the New York Jets had in place when they traded for Tim Tebow, it failed miserably. Tebow did nothing in New York aside from giving the media something else to talk about, and it’s unlikely he’ll be with the team next season. The person who made the decision to bring him in made a huge mistake, but who was that person? If it was Rex Ryan, you’d have to assume...
Was Tim Tebow forced on Jets owner Woody Johnson? A report says that's what he was telling GM candidates whom he interviewed.
Former NFL star and current sportscaster Ahmad Rashad and his wife Sale Johnson are reportedly headed for a divorce. Johnson, the ex-wife of New York Jets owner and Johnson & Johnson heir Woody Johnson, has been married to Rashad since 2005. According to Gossip Extra, the couple is quietly trying to negotiate a divorce settlement before filing later this year. Rashad and Johnson...
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Jets head coach Rex Ryan reportedly would prefer to be fired by the team if owner Woody Johnson doesn't address player personnel and coaching staff issues.
Citing 'country first', New York Jets owner Woody Johnson says a Mitt Romney win in November takes precedence over a successful 2012 for the Jets.