“No, I don’t think they needed a quarterback,” Namath said. “They needed the other positions filled. Possibly offensive line. They got some defensive line. The safeties are still questionable. The outside linebackers are still questionable.”
Dawan Landry, the older of the two brothers, was cut by the Jaguars prior to the start of free agency. The former fifth-round pick played in all 16 games for the Jags in 2012, accumulating 100 tackles and an interception.
The Jets have re-signed kicker Nick Folk.
The free-agent running back, who wasn’t expected to re-sign with the Jets, will join Chris Johnson in Tennessee’s backfield.
Strong safety Charles Woodson was released by the Green Bay Packers on February 15, and the eight-time Pro Bowler is looking for a job. Could he end up in New Jersey in 2013? It certainly appears to be a possibility.
Darrelle Revis is moving closer to getting back on the football field. Whether that’s with the New York Jets next season remains to be seen.
The New York Jets released veteran linebackers Bart Scott and Calvin Pace and three other players, clearing about $31 million in salary cap space.
Yep, we’re still talking about Tim Tebow.
John Idzik will try to turn things around for the troubled New York Jets. Woody Johnson believes he’s up to the massive task.
This week’s Pro Bowl reveal showed us that even as the local teams take a big pratfall, some players remained on their feet long enough to be recognized by their peers.
In an otherwise forgettable season, the Jets did get some good news on Wednesday as it was learned that two of the members of their secondary were named to the Pro Bowl.
When it comes to the Jets, there have been but a few stories this season that warranted further attention. One stars Muhammad Wilkerson, a behemoth of a man who has quietly become a very good player.
Ryan isn’t making wild predictions, but the Jets’ coach still believes his team has a shot at the playoffs.
Patriots embarrassed the New York Jets with a 35-point second quarter in a 49-19 victory Thursday night.
Where the Jets want to be is in the playoffs, something safety LaRon Landry swore — literally — is still attainable for Gang Green.