“I look at it now and I had the time of my life as a Jet,” Moore said. “I’m proud to be a Jet. I enjoyed my time here. Today, I am a bigger Jets fan than I was when I ran out on Sundays in full uniform.”
The free-agent guard told FOXSports.com he was walking away from the game — and a contract with the Dallas Cowboys.
Mark Sanchez spoke for more than 20 minutes about the New York Jets’ crowded quarterback situation, saying all the right things throughout. Yes, he believes he’ll be the starter, and yes, he looks forward to the competition.
Jets selected Michigan defensive tackle William Campbell in the sixth round.
The Jets beefed up their offensive line in the third round of the 2013 NFL Draft by selecting Brian Winters.
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?
Colon, a fourth-round draft pick by the Steelers in 2006, will add depth to the Jets’ offensive line and could potentially fill one of the guard spots, as Brandon Moore and Matt Slauson are free agents.
The New York Jets released veteran linebackers Bart Scott and Calvin Pace and three other players, clearing about $31 million in salary cap space.
John Idzik will try to turn things around for the troubled New York Jets. Woody Johnson believes he’s up to the massive task.
Ryan isn’t making wild predictions, but the Jets’ coach still believes his team has a shot at the playoffs.
The latest deaths were confirmed by the New Jersey State Police Friday evening. A spokesman said they are not yet sure when some of the storm-related deaths occurred.
Jets fans can now take a deep breath. If they can get to 4-4 at the bye, they’ll be alive and kicking.
There were plenty of people doubting Mark Sanchez. It’s just one game, but those naysayers might be having second thoughts now.
Tebowmania takes off on Sunday as Tim Tebow will make his Jets’ regular season debut on Sunday.
If the Jets light up the MetLife Stadium scoreboard on Sept. 9, all will be forgotten. But if the offense struggles, you can bet the boo-birds will be out.