Jets have begun prospect interviews and there have been a bunch of future prospects that have stopped by the Atlantic Health training facility to sit and workout with Jets coaching staff. Edmond Gates was the latest to pass through. I had a visit with the Jets on the 11th. I met with all of the coaches. I met Rex.
Some players have said they would not sign their tenders in that situation, but Cromartie said he hasn’t made a decision on that front yet, and would talk to his business partners before moving forward. […] As far as his future — if he believes he will stay with the Jets or the importance of earning a long-term deal —
Matchup Information Week 1: New York Jets at Houston Texans Monday, August 15 at 8:00 pm Reliant Stadium Week 2: Cincinnati Bengals at New York Jets TBA New Meadowlands Stadium Week 3: New York Jets at New York Giants TBA New Meadowlands Stadium Week 4: Philadelphia Eagles at New York Jets Thursday, September 1 at TBA
There might be some uncertainty with regard to who will be catching passes from Mark Sanchez in 2011, but that’s not stopping the Jets’ franchise quarterback from working hard at his craft. Lockout or not, players often reserve this time of year for vacations, relaxation, and things that aren’t football. Offseason be damned, Sanchez says (with his actions). In this
Rex Ryan made headlines yesterday the only way Rex Ryan does after speaking about former Patriots Vikings Titans receiver Randy Moss. The 34-year-old receiver is hoping for a new team after playing for three different teams last season. The guilty quote? Here you go: “Randy Moss, I’ve said all along, is a great vertical receiver … Most teams would have
The number of question marks surrounding the New York Jets defense heading into the Draft is at a somewhat worrisome number. Rex Ryan is a great defensive mind, who has the ability to get more out of less, yet the Jets have holes to fill at all three levels of their defense if they want to remain among