At their fall meetings Tuesday, owners approved a measure that allows the league to choose which team will be the focus of the documentary-style show if no club volunteers.
Why not go all in? Bring Terrell Owens into the circus. Ryan can wear a ringmaster outfit on the sidelines, something the Jets could market in advance of Halloween. Set up three small rings on the sideline. Owens could ride in on a white horse.
The network announced on Tuesday that the Dolphins would be the newest subject of its popular reality series documenting NFL training camps. The seventh season premieres on Aug. 7th, with four more one-hour episodes airing on subsequent Tuesdays.
Jets fans were split on the “Hard Knocks” debate this offseason. Well, those in the “shouldn’t they” camp are in luck.
Forget training camp, you could make a documentary series about the should-they-or-shouldn’t-they drama surrounding the Jets and “Hard Knocks.”
Are two more bundles of joy on the way for Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie?
Some Jets fans want to see their team return to the “Hard Knocks” spotlight. Others, not so much. And it appears there’s a prominent Jet in each corner.
If HBO indeed follows Gang Green again, the world will see that the Jets have safeguarded the battle cry of the Brooklyn Dodgers: Wait Until Next Year.
Here we go again? Coach Rex Ryan, Tim Tebow and the rest of Gang Green might be ready for a sequel on HBO’s “Hard Knocks.”
Fasten your seat belts, coach Rex Ryan and the New York Jets might just be ready for a sequel on HBO’s “Hard Knocks.”
As far as the Jets go, they can never return to their former homes like the Polo Grounds, Shea Stadium or Giants Stadium, but they do have the ability to turn back the clock and return to their roots.
With Rex Ryan and Mike Tannenbaum appearing on “CSI: NY” and linebacker Bart Scott slated to appear on “TNA Impact,” the question had to be asked: Are Rex’s prime time Jets interested in a “Hard Knocks” sequel?
Jets coach Rex Ryan still plays himself in an episode of “CSI: NY” shot Wednesday in Los Angeles. CBS says Ryan and GM Mike Tannenbaum appear in a scene that is scheduled to air in the spring.
The Jets’ run to the AFC championship game has earned them their own television marathon.
Mark Sanchez could have graced the covers of the September issues of several sports and men’s magazines. “We didn’t need any more pressure than we already had,” Sanchez said.