The Jets selected Alabama cornerback Dee Milliner at number 9 overall in the NFL Draft.
Will the Jets consider a quarterback such as West Virginia’s Geno Smith or Syracuse’s Ryan Nassib so high in the first round? Or with an eye on the future, might they consider Mike Glennon or Florida State’s EJ Manuel in the second round?
It’ll all be on Cro — again — in 2013. And he’s not exactly happy about it.
Cromartie drops his base salary from $7 million to about $840,000 — with an $8.5 million signing bonus spread out over two years.
If the Jets are comfortable with Mark Sanchez, they simply cannot feel the least bit comfortable with Darrelle Revis. Because all of their talk of due diligence pertaining to improving this team has everything to do with money.
You see, there’s a public relations game to be played here. This year’s 6-10 face-plant alone has Jets fans steamed plenty.
If Revis decides after next year that he wants another big payday, then the Jets will be left with no Revis and no compensation were he to depart via free agency.
AFC defensive all-pro selections are in. Defensive line, led by J.J. Watt, looks like a brick wall. See who else made the list.
This week’s Pro Bowl reveal showed us that even as the local teams take a big pratfall, some players remained on their feet long enough to be recognized by their peers.
In an otherwise forgettable season, the Jets did get some good news on Wednesday as it was learned that two of the members of their secondary were named to the Pro Bowl.
When it comes to the Jets, there have been but a few stories this season that warranted further attention. One stars Muhammad Wilkerson, a behemoth of a man who has quietly become a very good player.
It was ugly, but the Jets survived with a victory in Jacksonville.
Who says that it costs an arm and a leg to attend an NFL game? Well, it usually does, but that’s not the case for this weekend’s game at MetLife Stadium. As of Wednesday morning, tickets were selling for as low as $18 on StubHub.
Ryan isn’t making wild predictions, but the Jets’ coach still believes his team has a shot at the playoffs.
Patriots embarrassed the New York Jets with a 35-point second quarter in a 49-19 victory Thursday night.