Dr. Maroon declared that CTE is a “rare phenomena” that “although real, is being over-exaggerated and being extrapolated to youth football and to high school football.”
Osi Umenyiora wants to retire, whenever that day comes, as a member of Big Blue. But in the meantime his next stop could be with their MetLife Stadium co-tenants.
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From glaring weak spot to sudden strength, the New York Jets’ revamped secondary has high hopes.
Also certain to be discussed is an expansion of the playoffs from 12 to 14 teams, which also would cut out one wild-card round bye per conference.
While we are still in the middle of March and have not thrown the NFL Draft into the equation yet, the difference between the Patriots and their division rivals is quite a bit less than it was at the end of last season.
Ellis spent his first four seasons with the Jets, playing in 47 games with five starts. The 6-foot-4, 346-pounder had 66 career tackles, one sack and a forced fumble.
Last season the Jets’ secondary was so bad it directly played a role not only in the team’s brutal 4-12 record, but also this offseason’s reshaping of the entire front office and coaching staff. Now, it’s a strength.
Any fan who doesn’t want him back should hang up their Jets jersey right now. You’re either insane or jealous. Or both.
Tebow, 27, was traded from Denver to New York in 2012 and released by the Jets after one tumultuous year as Mark Sanchez’s backup.
There has been a lot of “out with the new and in with the old” with the Jets this offseason. Might Fireman Ed be next?
This is where “Magic Mike” can earn his way into Jets lore. If he succeeds, and in a few years the Jets take off for lands not seen in many decades, then I’ll believe anything is possible.
Brandon Marshall knew he was on his way out of Chicago. He heard all the rumors. Things got rocky with the Bears last season, so a change appeared inevitable.
Revis — who signed a five-year, $70 million contract to return to the Jets — will earn $14,024,212 per season. What’s the catch, you ask? Check it out.
First they wanted the Jets’ general manager fired. Then they wanted the Knicks’ owner to sell the team. Now? Now they want an old friend to return to East Rutherford.
It’s tough to keep up with all the action in NFL. Here’s your final power rankings of the season.
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