Jets linebacker David Harris did not practice on Thursday because of a toe injury, while wide receiver Santonio Holmes was limited with a sore knee and quadriceps. But both are expected to play Sunday against Jacksonville.
New York Jets linebacker David Harris did not practice because of a toe injury, while wide receiver Santonio Holmes was limited with a sore knee and quadriceps but both are expected to play Sunday against Jacksonville.
Jets QB Mark Sanchez was a full participant in practice Wednesday, and was feeling “good” despite undergoing concussion tests after Sunday night’s win.
If there is one player who seems to fly in the face of the Jets’ public persona, it’s linebacker David Harris. He’s the one guy on this team of motormouths and mercenaries who speaks quietly and carries a big stick.
Just minutes after Monday night’s game, a delighted Jets head coach Rex Ryan was presented with a trophy and a check for $40,000 for the team’s charity of choice. However, if Ryan was being truthful, he would have apologized to Snoopy for a sloppy performance.
David Harris was rewarded by the Jets for his patience. The playmaking linebacker signed a new four-year deal Tuesday night after Harris originally looked into an extension last year.
David Harris, who signed his franchise tender before the NFL lockout began in March, said earlier Tuesday that he expected a contract extension to be signed soon. Turns out, Harris received a completely new deal from the Jets.
Welcome back, Jets? Three players were at the team’s facility as of late Friday morning. However, according to multiple reports, the NFL has received a temporary stay of the injunction — meaning the lockout may be back on.
Score one for the Jets and David Harris. According to multiple reports, the Jets have inked Harris to a franchise tender worth slightly more than $10 million.
The Jets have placed the franchise tag on playmaking linebacker David Harris, the first time the team has used the designation since 2006.
Playmaking linebacker David Harris will likely have the franchise tag placed on him by the New York Jets, a person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press.
There are days when the Jets deserve to be criticized by the fans, ridiculed on talk shows and destroyed in the press. But it shouldn’t be the case on this day, nor any other in the immediate future.
Tom Brady threw an interception on New England’s first possession Sunday against the New York Jets — the first time he has been picked off since Oct. 17.
The New York Jets have spent the last few days getting back to basics on defense. Good thing it’s only Week 17.
There is no team in football more exciting to watch right now than the Jets. There’s also no team out there living more on borrowed time.