WFAN’s Mike Francesa broadcasted live from the Jets’ facility in Florham Park, New Jersey, on Tuesday.
The future Hall of Famer is back where it all started — having signed a five-year, $70 million deal with New York in March — and he couldn’t be happier.
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.
“I think I’ve just been improving overall,” Smith said. “Going into my third year, I’m definitely a different player than I was when I came in, and definitely a different guy.”
Darrelle Revis says he has no intentions of ever bringing the Super Bowl ring he won with the New England Patriots last February into the Jets’ locker room.
“We almost made it (in 2009 and ’10), and we didn’t have a quarterback,” Revis told Sports Illustrated. “Mark was solid. He wasn’t elite.”
Darrelle Revis is probably the only Jet since Joe Namath who could pull this off.
The quarterback position remains a major question mark, but the Jets’ defense projects to be formidable in 2015. Joe Klecko, one of the greatest Jets of all time, thinks it could be the best in the NFL.
As far as Antonio Cromartie is concerned, Richard Sherman claiming to be the top cornerback in the NFL rings hollow for one very important reason.
Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis was asked about “Deflategate,” and he was brutally honest about his former team and its star quarterback.
Mike Maccagnan didn’t just take six players over this past weekend. He drafted hope for a franchise forever hopeless.
“You know what? I think I’m better than I was before, when I played earlier in my career,” Revis said. “I think I’m way more intelligent in the position. I had a great learning experience last year.”
During a press conference in December, Jets owner Woody Johnson said that he’d “love to have Darrelle back.”
When the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots visit President Barack Obama in the White House, an honor reserved for teams that win a major sports championship, a Jet will be tagging along.