It’s time to crawl out from the onerous shadow of Idzik. Assuming Revis comes free, get him, if only to offer real hope for 2015.
Woody Johnson is apparently still lobbying for Darrelle Revis within the walls at Florham Park. And the All-Pro corner will hit the open market next week if New England declines to pick up a $20 million option.
So we had a happy Boomer and a cautiously optimistic Craigie on this action-packed Tuesday edition of the Morning Extravaganza…
Fans sported No. 12 Brady jerseys, shouted the MVP’s name and held “We are the CHAMPIONS” placards. One had a sign that read: “Belichick for President.”
The 29-year-old, who starred for the Jets from 2007-12, signed a two-year, $32 million contract with the Patriots prior to the season.
While the Patriots and Seahawks prepare to battle for the Lombardi Trophy Sunday in Glendale, Az., the Jets ponder how not how to win championships, but just to win.
At Tuesday’s media day, any animosity was buried. Each expressed respect for the other, although Revis referred to the fact that in Seattle’s defense, Sherman plays only half the field.
The Patriots made it look easy in advancing to their sixth Super Bowl of the Belichick/Brady era.
There is a lot to look forward to when Wilson’s Seattle Seahawks, the defending champions, take on Brady’s New England Patriots, the dominant franchise of the 2000s, in the Super Bowl.
Tampering charges have reportedly been filed against the Jets after owner Woody Johnson said last month he’d be interested in Revis returning to the team.
A resilient New England team did what was necessary to beat Baltimore.
Here’s a look at the non-quarterbacks who are likely to have impact roles in the NFL’s divisional playoffs.
New England’s star quarterback has given his team a little more flexibility in spending.
Woody Johnson is open to bringing back Darrelle Revis. One problem for the New York Jets owner: the Pro Bowl cornerback is under contract for another year with the New England Patriots.
Revis has been back before, as an opposing player taking on the Jets. Not this way, though. This time around, he’s an enemy — no matter how “sad” he feels for the opposing coach.