“We’re in talks with a handful of players who are considering it,” the Ravens’ linebacker said. “There are up to four players being talked to right now and they’re trying to be organized so they can come out on the same day together.”
If you are remotely related to the world of sports and wanted to get your name out there this week – all you had to do was weigh-in on the gays in the NFL discussion. […]
The only unfair commentary surrounding Te’o is this deluge of cynical, sexual-orientation speculation. The idea that a man fabricates a girlfriend to cloak his homosexuality is an alarming leap in logic.
Eventually, gays and lesbians will be as accepted and acclimated as anyone else. You just wonder when, and how far along we’ve come. Perhaps the NFL will tell us.
Kris Jenkins held little back Thursday morning in a wide-ranging interview with WFAN’s Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton. Homophobia in the locker room, the NFL’s participation in Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the state of the Jets — it was all on the table.
The season just continues to spiral downward for Gang Green. Santonio Holmes will miss the rest of this season with an injured left foot, leaving the struggling New York Jets without their top offensive playmaker.
During one of Jerry’s updates this morning, Craig revealed to us that he engaged in a Twitter war with former Jet Kris Jenkins Sunday night.
Not even Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum, mostly revered among fans, was safe from the straight talk of Jenkins.
Former Jets nose tackle Kris Jenkins has been hired by SportsNet New York as an NFL analyst, and will appear on several of the cable network’s programs including “Jets Game Plan,” ”SportsNite,” ”Jets Extra Point” and “Jets Post Game Live.”
Kris Jenkins announced his retirement on his Facebook page Wednesday after his last two seasons with the New York Jets were cut short by serious knee injuries.
Spring has sprung and we our football fix.Thankfully, we have Rex Ryan, the closest thing our town has to the Kingpin in cadence and contour, his guarantees always a few yards ahead of his deeds.
Newly unemployed linebacker Jason Taylor said he hopes to re-sign with the Jets once the NFL’s labor dispute is resolved.
You never knew Oliver Perez played football, too. The Jets cut a cadre of renowned players this week, and one who wasn’t but should have been.
The Jets have placed a first- and third-round tender on Antonio Cromartie and Santonio Holmes. That means another team would have to give up a first- and third-round pick to sign either free agent — at least under the current collective bargaining agreement.
The Jets plan to release several high profile players, including veteran outside linebacker Jason Taylor, nose tackle Kris Jenkins, offensive tackle Damien Woody and outside linebacker-defensive end Vernon Gholston.