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.
Jets linebacker David Harris was back on the practice field Thursday, according to The Star-Ledger.
Watching the play unfold on film made Mark Sanchez cringe. There on the screen was a wide-open Braylon Edwards streaking down the field for what could have been a go-ahead score.
A league source confirmed on Wednesday night that the Jets’ offer was 10 years, $122 million. “It’s beyond reality that he’s holding out,” said the source. “He should take the deal.”
The Jets officially kicked off Training Camp 2010 with a pair of practices on Monday. However, the Darrelle Revis situation continues to take center stage.