Still searching for the end zone, the Jets might have their top wide receiver back on Sunday.
Not everyone agrees. There was plenty of immediate feedback — mostly negative — on Twitter, where former Giants offensive tackle and current NFL analyst Roman Oben posted, “I heard that. What is Mike T smoking?”
The most important call of Tim Tebow’s day comes far away from the huddle. It’s usually sometime at night, when football is the furthest thing on the Jets backup quarterback’s mind.
Antonio Cromartie is begging Jets coaches to get his shot at wide receiver.
Rex Ryan believed Santonio Holmes suffered a broken rib during Saturday’s scrimmage. Luckily for the Jets, x-rays were negative.
Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie spoke about his wide receiver comment for the first time on Friday, and clarified what many believed to be an insulting and controversial slight.
After last season’s locker room turmoil and disappointing 8-8 finish, Rex Ryan he’d be more “hands-on.” Mission accomplished — so far. Make it two budding controversies extinguished by the coach.
The New York Jets cannot get out of the way of controversy, while the Giants are constantly classy and harmonious.
Chaz Schilens was offended by cornerback Antonio Cromartie’s recent comments that he thinks he’s the New York Jets’ second-best wide receiver, calling it a “slight” to the players at his position.
Rex Ryan declared his confidence in the Jets’ draft selections and called Gang Green’s strength in depth “unusual.”
For the moment, the Jets have the 16th pick in the draft. Based on prior history, there’s a pretty good chance they will trade out of that selection, most likely up.
To the fan that doesn’t bother to pay attention to salary cap ramifications it appears as if Jets General Manager Mike Tannenbaum has been asleep at the switch. But, really, it only appears that way.
The Jets addressed a couple of their major needs in free agency Friday, signing wide receiver Chaz Schilens and backup quarterback Drew Stanton.