Tampa Bay cornerback Darrelle Revis and Jets’ wide receiver Santonio Holmes are active for Sunday’s opening game.
The Jets have released quarterback Brady Quinn. They could opt to re-sign him on Monday.
Week-to-week storylines around the NFL will continue to be unpredictable for experts. Joe Giglio gives his 48 predictions to watch during the 2013 NFL season.
The Jets best wide receiver should be ready to take on Darrelle Revis at MetLife Stadium on Sunday.
“I still don’t know,” Holmes said Wednesday. “Still haven’t gotten any word from the doctors yet on whether I should be playing or not, so I’m just going to keep playing it by ear.”
My expectations for 2013 couldn’t be any lower. But there’s another way for fans to view this season as it unfolds besides absorbing the pain from each defeat.
A source informed USA TODAY Sports that Mark Sanchez is worried that the “organization has turned its back on (him) and is prepared to move on. It is ready to start fresh with Geno.”
Jets owner Woody Johnson won’t try to temper expectations for his team this season. “I’m always optimistic,” he said Wednesday.
The NFL’s worst-kept secret is now official: the Jets are going with rookie Geno Smith at quarterback for Sunday’s opener against Tampa Bay.
Most of you wanted him and now you got him, along with all the craziness that’s sure to follow. Now you just have to ask yourself how patient you plan to be.
It could be awhile until we see Mark Sanchez again. The Jets quarterback has been ruled out for Sunday’s opener against Tampa Bay and is also expected to miss Week 2 at the very least, according to the New York Post.
While all teams’ hopes are commensurate to their ability to stuff a stud under center, the Jets are ensconced in a QB shell game, with every option worse than the next, much of it spawned by the coach’s appalling apathy over his offense.
“If my chance is Sunday, I’m going to go out there with the intent to lead my team to victory and that’s just the way it is,” the rookie quarterback said Monday.
Scott joined WFAN radio on Tuesday to talk about his transition from the playing field to CBS Sports Network’s “That Other Pregame Show.” But first he had some strong words for the New York media.
Former Jet Darrelle Revis leads a talented Tampa Bay team into MetLife Stadium on Sunday, September 8th. Will Revis be able to exact revenge against the organization that refused to pay him?