They say preseason results don’t matter. Yeah, right. Try telling that to the Jets and their tortured fans.
The Jets must cut three more players by 4 p.m. Tuesday to get down to the mandatory 75-player limit. All teams must reduce their rosters to 53 players by Saturday.
By his own admission, Rob Carpenter is a basic guy. When it comes to a typical meal, the Long Island native is not the kind of person to try a bunch of exotic things.
Williams was injured in the first half of the Jets’ 28-18 preseason victory over the Giants on Saturday night.
The Jets not only won the New York-area preseason bragging rights, they showed they’re a lot closer to being ready for the regular season than the Giants.
Willie Colon walked out of the New York Jets’ facility eight months ago uncertain if he’d ever be back.
The regular season? No sense in even talking about that now, not with so many unanswered health questions on Tom Coughlin’s blackboard.
The Giants have been hit with so many injuries the past few seasons that coach Tom Coughlin is experimenting with practicing less.
One can only hope Saturday night’s game reaches some representative level of excitement, if only to counteract the abject dullness this week at training camp.
Todd Bowles and the Jets have added another quarterback to the mix.
Jonathan Martin, the former NFL tackle who abruptly left the Miami Dolphins and has since said he attempted suicide, is working on a memoir.
Johnson signed with the Bengals on April 2 but was released on Tuesday, losing out to A.J. McCarron in the competition for the backup spot behind starter Andy Dalton.
Odell Beckham Jr. is well aware how annoying he can be on the field.
The Jets defensive lineman has already been suspended the first four regular-season games by the NFL. He’s awaiting word on if he’ll have to sit out a few more.
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