Jason Taylor has sat out the team’s first practice in preparation for the AFC championship game at Pittsburgh, but has been cleared by doctors to play Sunday night.
Both LaDainian Tomlinson and Jason Taylor came to New York in the offseason hoping they could be final pieces for a team that had its sights set on a Super Bowl run. The Jets want to win their first championship since 1969, while the two veterans are aching for their first ever.
Turns out Jets coach Rex Ryan doesn’t save all of his best material for HBO’s cameras or his weekly, quote-filled news conferences. Sometimes he speaks from the heart, and it’s obvious his Jets players listen.
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.
After being out since suffering a pre-season foot injury, linebacker Calvin Pace finally saw the light of day and left the training room on Wednesday.
The New York Jets are getting pretty good at dealing with distractions. After all, this is the same bunch that has been compared lately to a frat house.
Unthinkable just a few months ago, Jason Taylor’s new reality was on full display Sunday night.
New York Jets center Nick Mangold and linebacker Jason Taylor are listed as questionable with injuries, but are expected to play at Miami on Sunday night.
Sunday night’s AFC East showdown between Gang Green and the Dolphins in South Florida was certainly overshadowed by Braylon Edwards’ DWI arrest early Tuesday morning.
Jason Taylor expects to hear jeers and hopes to hear cheers when steps back onto the Miami Dolphins’ field Sunday night wearing the uniform South Floridians hate mos
Darrelle Revis is not on the practice field for the New York Jets. The All-Pro cornerback strained his left hamstring in the Jets’ 28-14 victory over the New England Patriots on Sunday.
For 30 minutes on Sunday the Jets played like the guys who we thought they were, worthy of all the seemingly undeserved praise that’s been bestowed upon them ever since that disappointing result last January in Indianapolis.
The Jets found a way to win despite losing Darrelle Revis for the whole second half with an injured hamstring, Nick Mangold for a series with a shoulder injury, and Jason Taylor for a few plays with an injured elbow.
Defensive tackle Kris Jenkins injured his left knee – the same one he hurt last season – in the first quarter of the Jets’ 10-9 loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Monday night.
He says the ankle “feels a lot better,” but whether he plays is “up to the coaches.” Coach Rex Ryan says Pool has been a quick healer, but the team also doesn’t want to risk further injury.