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Video: Eric Decker weighs in on who should be team’s starting QB

New York Jets WR Eric Decker is coming off a career year in which he hauled in 87 catches for 1,288 yards (11 TD). The Jets needed help at the receiver position, so they signed the 27-year-old receiver to a 5-year, $36.25 million contract during the free agency period in the offseason. He seems to be fitting in just fine at Jets camp in Cortland, NY. And on Monday, he spoke about...
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NY Jets offensive tackle helps 185 African children

Oday Aboushi looks to make an impact in his second season with the NY Jets (Rich Barnes/USA TODAY Sports) The NY Jets have been in the news a lot lately for players over-hyping themselves, but one player who has flown under the radar for his great charity work is Oday Aboushi.  According to Associate Press writer Dennis Waszak Jr., Aboushi joined the Islamic Medical Association...
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New York Jets to go 19-0, bring peace to Gaza

From what certain players have revealed this weekend, it’s clear the New York Jets have a legitimate chance to go 19-0, win the Super Bowl, and end all war in the Middle East this year. Think about a team that blew past their low expectations in 2013 to get to 8-8 then did nothing but improve their roster all offseason. That team is the New York Jets. First, we learned that Geno...
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Jets’ Calvin Pace: ‘We’re the best’ defense in the NFL

They say confidence is contagious. For the New York Jets, it might be an epidemic. If you haven't kept up with Gang Green, here's a quick refresher: Rex Ryan affirmed he's a great coach; Geno Smith said he expects to be a top-five quarterback; Dee Milliner dubbed himself the league's best cornerback. And that was just in the last week. Not to be outdone, linebacker...
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Quarterback competition keeping New York Jets in headlines

As expected, since arriving in the Big Apple as a free agent in March, Michael Vick’s presence has further fueled the debate surrounding Geno Smith and the often-newsworthy battle to become the New York Jets’ starting quarterback. But with training camp now upon us much of the talk has been shoved aside in favor of actual, on-field results, and after the team’s first week in...
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Jace Amaro hurts knee in practice

It has not been a banner weekend for the Jets’ 2014 draft class. The Jets saw their first-round pick leave Saturday’s practice with a head injury after safety Calvin Pryor was involved in a collision during special teams drills and their second-round pick joined Pryor on the sideline during Sunday’s session. Rich Cimini of ESPNNewYork.com reports that Amaro hurt his right...
Via Pro Sports Daily
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New York Jets Team News: Training Camp Edition Part 1

The New York Jets took the field Thursday morning, opening their training camp in preparation for the upcoming 2014 season. Gang Green have only had three practices thus far, but there are always plenty storylines coming out of New York.Tight end Jeff Cumberland was absent from the first day of camp after learning of the passing of his uncle. He returned to Cortland the following...
Via Football Nation
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Fans React to Dee Milliner’s Big Ego With Hilarious Tweets

When you talk to big talk, you’re going to be under a microscope. And when you’re in the public eye, this is even more the case.  In Dee Milliner’s case,  he’s been the butt of a joke when he recently claimed to be the best corner in the NFL. He had a marginal season and actually […] The post Fans React to Dee Milliner’s Big Ego With Hilarious Tweets appeared first on Champs Nation.
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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
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Geno Smith: I expect to be a top-5 QB

New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith is the worst starting quarterback in the NFL, according to a recent ESPN survey of 26 coaches and personnel executives. But Smith said he expects to be one of the best QB’s in the league in a year or two. 
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Dee Milliner: I’m the best CB in the NFL

Many believe that New York Jets second-year cornerback Dee Milliner is poised for a breakout season. Some even say he has a pretty good chance of “making the Pro Bowl within the next two years.” But last year’s No. 9 overall pick is taking it a step further—claiming he’s the best cornerback in the NFL today. “The best corner in the league? Me,” Milliner told Manish...
Via Gridiron Grit
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New York Jets: Babin, other new faces talk early camp impressions

I didn’t think the New York Jets could improve their defensive front seven, but I wasn’t counting on Jason Babin. The Jets signed free agent Babin to a two-year contract on Thursday, the team’s first day of practice after reporting to Cortland, N.Y. for training camp Wednesday. Babin has made 62.5 sacks in nine NFL seasons, including a remarkable 18 in 2011 and 12.5 in 2010...
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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
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Are the New York Jets at fault for Calvin Pryor’s head injury?

Typically, no one’s to blame for a head injury or even a concussion involving a player. But if we’re talking about rookie safety Calvin Pryor, and his head injury during the Jets first padded practice on Saturday, the Jets are to blame. Here’s why: According to ESPN New York, Pryor sustained a head injury during a collision on special teams, in which he was in the role of punt...
Via cover32 - Jets
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Jets will do ‘whatever it takes’ to make playoffs in 2014

After three consecutive playoff-less seasons, Rex Ryan is desperate to get back. Ryan, entering his sixth (and perhaps last) year as the Jets' coach, told the New York Daily News that he'll do "whatever it takes" to qualify for the postseason. “There’s nothing like it,” Ryan said. “You got to earn your way to get there though. And that’s the thing...
Via Helmet2Helmet
5 days ago  |  Discuss
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