Taylor Swift put on a show for 60,000 fans to remember at MetLife Stadium Friday night.
New Jersey State Police say 61 people were arrested and 10 troopers were hurt when crowds clashed with police outside a major hip-hop concert at MetLife Stadium.
Sgt. Gregory Williams said arrests have been made, but could not provide further details.
The New York Jets are using variable pricing for season tickets for the team’s 10 home games, including the preseason, at MetLife Stadium this year.
The idea is simple: get as many as 80,000 people into MetLife Stadium as quickly and efficiently as possible in the most secure manner.
While some believe the Jets have been disingenuous in their commitment to the troops, the franchise is pointing toward its charitable record.
The New York Giants have cut prices for preseason tickets almost in half as part of a new program that will reduce the overall cost of a season package slightly for almost all fans.
Any fan who doesn’t want him back should hang up their Jets jersey right now. You’re either insane or jealous. Or both.
First they wanted the Jets’ general manager fired. Then they wanted the Knicks’ owner to sell the team. Now? Now they want an old friend to return to East Rutherford.
Instead of moving graduation to the Prudential Center in Newark like many other schools, Fairleigh Dickinson University is trading up to the massive MetLife Stadium.
“After considering many factors, we determined to keep season ticket prices unchanged for the 2015 season,” Jets president Neil Glat said Tuesday.
Looking for something fun to do tonight? Head to East Rutherford and watch a primetime NFL game. It certainly won’t break the bank.
Federal agents showed up unannounced Sunday to check at least three visiting NFL teams’ medical staffs as part of an investigation into former players’ claims that teams mishandled prescription drugs.
Nearly a month ago, it appeared the Giants and San Francisco 49ers could be playing an important game at MetLife Stadium. As it turned out, Sunday’s game is important to each team for a different reason.
Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne says his emotions got the better of him Monday night. He probably wasn’t alone.