The Jets have released veteran defensive tackle Antonio Garay and kicker Dan Carpenter as the team gets to the mandatory 53-player roster limit.
The 33-year-old Garay is one of the newest, most-experienced — and, perhaps, most fun-loving — members of the Jets’ revamped and close-knit defensive line.
Coples expects to make things a bit more miserable for opposing quarterbacks this season.
Garay is known for having a shape-shifting beard and a “Hello Kitty” Smart car. So yeah, the guy knows how to have a good time. And there’s just one way to do that in football: winning.
Barnes was a fourth-round draft pick of Baltimore in 2007 and played two of his three years with the Ravens under then-defensive coordinator and current Jets coach Rex Ryan.
The Jets have re-signed kicker Nick Folk.
Before heading off to camp, at the demand of his grandmother, who is a huge fan of ‘The Morning Extravaganza’ – Antonio Garay made the trip to Manhattan to sit-down with Boomer & Craig.
Antonio Garay is a local guy and currently property of the San Diego Chargers. But it seems his days with the Bolts may be coming to an end.
With the Jets and the San Diego Chargers set to do battle this Sunday at MetLife Stadium, Al Dukes reached out to our old friend Antonio Garay to get a preview.
The anticipation for the Jets’ showdown with the Patriots has been steadily building all week. Today Craig says the Jets and their fans are now “in the pocket” – a metaphor that was lost on Boomer.
Thursday is the eve of our ‘Official-Unofficial Jets Pre-Game Show,’ and Boomer & Craig spend it dissecting Jets-Patriots – according to Craig, today we’re “in the pocket,” and he lets us know exactly what that means…