Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall has come to Geno Smith’s defense, saying the injured quarterback was not at fault in last week’s locker-room fight.
The Jets QB had plates and screws inserted into his jaw, which was broken when he was punched by former teammate Ikemefuna Enemkpali in the locker room Tuesday.
The Jets are like Alex Rodriguez and the Jelly of the Month Club — a gift that keeps on giving.
Rex Ryan won’t excuse IK Enemkpali for a sucker punch that broke Geno Smith’s jaw in the Jets’ locker room. But he’s giving the linebacker a chance, adding more intrigue to the rivalry between AFC East foes.
Buffalo’s waiver claim reunites Enemkpali with coach Rex Ryan and defensive coordinator Dennis Thurman. NFL.com first reported Buffalo’s move.
The Geno Smith broken jaw incident speaks to the cloud, the curse, the hex, the hoax, that covers the New York Jets.
Geno Smith’s hopes for a breakout season with the New York Jets took a major blow — to the jaw.
This Jets training camp has been inundated with disappointing news. The Geno Smith incident is NOT one of them.
The New York Jets picked a pair of wide receivers in the fourth round of the NFL Draft, selecting Oklahoma’s Jalen Saunders at No. 104 and UCLA’s Shaquelle Evans 11 spots later. In the sixth, they took QB Tajh Boyd.