John Idzik will try to turn things around for the troubled New York Jets. Woody Johnson believes he’s up to the massive task.
Wide receiver Braylon Edwards is active and will start for the New York Jets in Sunday’s season finale against the Buffalo Bills.
The decision to start Sanchez isn’t about Tebow, of course. It’s about the Jets, as always, and their penchant for punting all the goodwill and luster that they muster. And that’s because they do almost everything for the wrong reason every season.
Chris Johnson went 94 yards for the longest touchdown run in the NFL since 2006 and the Tennessee Titans beat the Jets 14-10 on Monday night to eliminate New York from playoff contention.
The Jets have three games to go. They could very well win all three but still not make the playoffs. But they have the right approach, maybe for the first time in a long time.
Signing Braylon Edwards sends a dangerous message to the rest of the Jets’ locker room.
The Jets are ready to run right into the Titans in an old-school smash-mouth match-up.
Rex Ryan expects Braylon Edwards and Tim Tebow to ready for the Jets’ Monday night game against the Titans.
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Braylon Edwards was sticking up for his former teammate, taking to Twitter to back Mark Sanchez and bash the team he once played for. Don’t blame the quarterback for the […]
The Jets’ reunion with Braylon Edwards is already off to an odd start.
So what causes these odd alliances? Like politics, a mutual need. When boxed into a corner, old hatchets get buried for the mutual good. In the end, it’s just business.
The fact that the team’s management caved in to the pressure of fans and media to re-sign a player who wasn’t ever a part of their future after 2012 is a sign that this team lacks direction at the top.
Braylon Edwards is back with the New York Jets — a week after bashing them. The veteran wide receiver was awarded to New York off waivers from Seattle on Tuesday as the Jets try to bolster their injured receiving corps with a familiar face.
In this week’s That Thing You Missed: A brawl breaks out at Macho Comacho’s funeral, Braylon Edwards cooks his goose with a Tweet And DeAndre Jordan enjoys using a fart machine on people in his […]
The former Jets wideout tweeted his thoughts Monday night on New York’s quarterback controversy, pulling no punches. At all.