WFAN’s Mike Francesa broadcasted live from the Jets’ facility in Florham Park, New Jersey, on Tuesday.
How safe is football? Should you let your kids play? The NFL is out to educate the gatekeepers of the family, mothers.
The Jets announced on Tuesday that this summer’s training camp will be held at their team’s practice facility in Florham Park, N.J.
The school was under consideration by the franchise and would have brought Gang Green’s summer headquarters back to Long Island for the first time since 2008.
The sidewalk and steps in front of the Jets’ store off Madison Avenue are a rubble-strewn mess, under construction with the promise of a better tomorrow.
The Vocationist Fathers Retreat and Conference Center in Florham Park, N.J. is a place priests go to for spiritual development, but what happened on the grounds was anything but peaceful.
The former controller of a New Jersey entertainment business stood accused Tuesday of stealing nearly $200,000 from the firm.
“I look at it now and I had the time of my life as a Jet,” Moore said. “I’m proud to be a Jet. I enjoyed my time here. Today, I am a bigger Jets fan than I was when I ran out on Sundays in full uniform.”
A quick settlement will have a two-fold benefit. First and foremost, it will allow the chosen one — and yes, put that in quotes if you wish — a maximum of first-unit snaps during camp.
The New York Jets have found themselves locked in a fierce battle with their neighbors, as hundreds of residents living near the team’s practice facility protest new construction plans for a helipad.
The quarterback said Friday he’d show up with a “great attitude” despite reports that New York will eventually pull the plug on Tebow Time.
It’s amazing how good a former team can look once you’ve sampled someplace else, and how bad things can be when you’re there in the first place. Brandon Jacobs, Darrelle Revis and Tim Tebow must be feeling those emotions right now.
Unlike Darrelle Revis, Tim Tebow is planning to “voluntarily” — in the true sense of the word — attend the workouts in Florham Park, N.J., beginning on April 15, according to multiple reports.
Jets president Neil Glat said that about 3,000 seats in the upper level will cost $50 per game, raising the total of such tickets to nearly 9,000 out of 27,000 upper-bowl seats. No public seat licenses are charged for upper-level seats.
Despite not taking a regular-season snap in the NFL since 2010, the 35-year-old veteran is healthy and looking forward to trying to beat out Mark Sanchez and whoever else might be in the mix at quarterback for the Jets this season.