Brandon Marshall has spent the month of January at home each of the past nine years, watching other players make postseason runs.
Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall has come to Geno Smith’s defense, saying the injured quarterback was not at fault in last week’s locker-room fight.
Brandon Marshall has played against some of the best corners in the NFL, but he says they all take a back seat to his new teammate, Darrelle Revis.
WFAN co-hosts Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton were live from Jets camp on Thursday to break it all down and chat with some of the biggest names in the organization.
It may be difficult for Jets offensive coordinator Chan Gailey to rest comfortably this summer.
Brandon Marshall says the New York Jets will be the last stop of his playing career.
When Marshall was traded from Chicago to New York in March, it created a logistical solution for his budding career in front of the TV camera.
The quarterback remains the question for the New York Jets. The defense is revamped, the offense reloaded. Now, it’s time for Geno Smith to step up. And, he knows it.
He’s in New York now, and looking to prove himself again — on a Jets team that’s young, hungry and highly proficient in trash talking on the practice field.
New Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall is admittedly a big Tom Brady fan, but he still believes that the Patriots’ quarterback should be suspended for his role in “Deflategate.”
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.
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.
Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan kicked off free agency with a flurry of moves — including bringing back one of the best players in franchise history.
But essentials like karma and character are incidental to the Jets. Which is why they are, well, the Jets — perennial punch lines in the throes of a 46-year title drought.