Rex Ryan says New York tight end Jace Amaro will get what’s coming to him when the Jets and Bills meet on the field.
Rex Ryan couldn’t resist offering Patriots quarterback Tom Brady a throwing tip. And the ever-outspoken Buffalo Bills new coach had much stronger words for his former player, Jets tight end Jace Amaro.
“Look, we weren’t perfect, and I never said we were going to be perfect,” Ryan said. “But that’s a f—ing B.S. comment.”
To a man the Jets loved Rex Ryan, but that doesn’t mean they all approved of everything he did. Count Jace Amaro among those who seemed to have a problem with how the former head coach doled out discipline.
Percy Harvin is ready to go, and there’s no question in his mind he’ll be playing Sunday. No matter what the injury report says.
The New York Jets passing attack could be without a major player on Sunday.
Jace Amaro, Muhammad Wilkerson, and Greg Salas will be ruled out for Sunday’s game.
New York Jets kicker Nick Folk returned to practice Thursday and attempted a few field goals after being sidelined with a hip flexor injury.
Jets rookie tight end Jace Amaro has a head injury and is going through the NFL’s concussion protocol, while New York defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson has an ailing toe.
He’s still not much of a quarterback. But Sunday wasn’t all Geno Smith’s fault. Lay this one on a defense that couldn’t keep the heat on Peyton Manning — and paid the price.
The wish list for the Jets’ offense was simple, yet ambitious. Playmakers — real difference makers — were needed, and general manager John Idzik went shopping during the offseason.
A few days after Rex Ryan said Jace Amaro could benefit from watching tape of Pro Football Hall of Famer Mike Ditka, the Jets’ rookie tight end basically dissed his head coach to the NY Post.
Marty Mornhinweg might be the not-so-secret key to the New York Jets’ success this season. Yep, even more than Geno Smith. Or, Michael Vick. Even Eric Decker, Chris Johnson and the offensive line.
Jace Amaro trudged his way from the field after a particularly rough practice and was met along the way by John Idzik. The New York Jets general manager gave the rookie tight end what amounted to a brief pep talk and then patted him on the back.
New York Jets rookie safety Calvin Pryor sat out practice while he recovers from a concussion, although coach Rex Ryan says the first-round pick is “making strides.”