Home sweet home! “It’s always a good time (back at Hofstra),” the Jets offensive lineman told WFAN.com ahead of Sunday’s family night practice.
Some fans and media have wondered if Cromartie might have lost a half-step – or, more – since they last saw him in New York.
Tom Brady might have reason to practice more intensely after a federal judge made clear Wednesday that the NFL’s four-game suspension of the Patriots quarterback over “Deflategate” is in jeopardy.
A perplexed and slightly miffed Manning on Wednesday shot down a report that he wants to be the league’s top-paid quarterback, insisting that was not the goal in contract talks.
Should Eli Manning get what he wants, it’d go down as one of the most significant contracts in the history of New York sports.
NFL teams spend a lot of time analyzing talent and personality traits, but when it comes right down to it, there’s not a lot of time to prepare players for the demands of competition against the best players in the world.
Flynn, a 30-year-old career backup, will serve as insurance behind Week 1 starter Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Short-term IR is one option for the Jets, but Smith wouldn’t be able to play until he was on the list for at least eight weeks.
The Cowboys and Rams cut short the second of two joint practices at training camp Tuesday after several fights broke out, including one where Dallas receiver Dez Bryant was punched in the face.
The blustery Ryan’s dream job with the Jets was doomed, but not for the reasons he expressed on HBO’s “Real Sports.”
WFAN’s Mike Francesa broadcasted live from the Jets’ facility in Florham Park, New Jersey, on Tuesday.
The future Hall of Famer is back where it all started — having signed a five-year, $70 million deal with New York in March — and he couldn’t be happier.
He’s not the best player, or the best quarterback, which seem to be one and the same in the pass-happy NFL. In fact, he’s probably not in the top five.
An attorney for former NFL star Plaxico Burress said in court Monday he’s confident his client can work out a deal with prosecutors in his tax evasion case.
After a shaky performance in their preseason opener, New York Giants defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo wants his players to stop worrying about making mistakes.