Running back LaDainian Tomlinson and wide receiver Jeremy Kerley missed New York’s previous two games with left knee injuries but are back in time for Sunday’s game against the Washington Redskins.
New York Jets running back LaDainian Tomlinson and wide receiver Jeremy Kerley were full participants at practice for the first time since injuring their knees more than two weeks ago.
It was Sanchez’s eighth fourth-quarter comeback victory, despite the fact he completed under 50 percent of his passes and threw an interception for the fifth straight game.
That has always been the New York Jets coach’s philosophy: Play the meanest, most physical and aggressive group of guys you can and dare offenses to beat you.
Give him this. Tim Tebow knows how to take over a game.
The Jets have watched as much film as they can gather on Tim Tebow, and still aren’t quite sure what to expect.
The Jets are without starting defensive lineman Mike DeVito for the second straight game because of a knee injury
“We don’t want to run him into the ground,” said Jets coach Rex Ryan. “We want him to be 100 percent when we play on Sunday.”
Coach Rex Ryan said on Monday he’d be “shocked” if DeVito didn’t play against the Bills, but says Wednesday that the team will know more Thursday if he can practice and isn’t experiencing soreness.
When you tune in to Sunday’s Jets-Bills game, you may want to keep a close eye on the outside linebacker who stands up at the edge of Mike Pettine’s 3-4 front. That would be Aaron Maybin.
The Jets have made alterations to their roster ahead of Sunday’s game against the Chargers. Wide receiver Logan Payne to the IR and defensive end Martin Tevaseu is signed for the practice squad.
Jets coach Rex Ryan expects center Nick Mangold to play Sunday after being limited in practice on Friday. For Mike DeVito, the news isn’t as promising.
Sione Pouha was getting ready to work out with his Jets defensive linemates and realized he still needed an NFL regulation football. He looked around his house and found one – in his trophy case.
Sione Pouha and Mike DeVito told The Associated Press on Saturday they plan to gather in New Jersey sometime next week with the team’s other defensive linemen, including Ropati Pitoitua and possibly first-round pick Muhammad Wilkerson and third-rounder Kenrick Ellis.
A devout Christian who is considering a post-football career as perhaps a youth minister or pastor, the 26-year-old DeVito was part-teacher and part-preacher as he spoke about the meaning of faith for about 20 minutes at RCC – a Relevant Christian Church – complete with a PowerPoint presentation.
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