New York Jets
The second-year cornerback suffered a high left ankle sprain during training camp on Aug. 10 and hasn’t practiced since.
Stephen Hill’s interviews are sometimes as perplexing as his play on the field.
Vick’s first game back in the city he called home for five seasons was reduced to nothing more than a one-play cameo, something more suitable for an Instagram video rather than the highlight reels he filled with the Eagles.
“As it relates to my whereabouts, and me missing for 48 hours without being seen or heard from me or my representative, is completely false,” Patterson wrote.
“Got some kinks to work out,” Richardson said. “You can notice that stuff, little stuff like that. It’s to the point where he don’t trust his offensive line that much, ’cause he’s watching the rush.”
Michael Vick is coming back to Philadelphia wearing a different shade of green and a new uniform number.
Smith is brimming with confidence, and with that comes increased respect in the locker room. The bottom line, though, is the success — or failure — of Rex Ryan’s team could depend on Smith’s performance this season.
Dimitri Patterson is free to rejoin the Jets on Monday, the team announced on Tuesday night.
For an ephemeral, enchanted moment, he was the man, monolith, the king of New York, in the rare thin are of city stardom that all athletes dream of.
With Mark Sanchez no longer around, Stephen Hill has become the unofficial whipping boy among Jets fans. And he’s done little this summer to earn a reprieve.
Vick, now the backup to Geno Smith with the Jets, is expected to take a few snaps Thursday night when he returns to Philadelphia in the teams’ preseason finale.
Rookie Jalen Saunders was a full participant at practice Monday for the first time in more than a week after suffering a seizure that hospitalized him for two days.
He’s back, but he won’t be on the field any time soon. Dimitri Patterson’s mysterious absence has led to an indefinite suspension, Jets general manager John Idzik announced on Monday.
No matter what they tell the media, Ryan and Idzik have to understand that outside help is needed. While they are loathe to take on long-term money, they have plenty of room under the 2014 cap to look into one-year fixes.
The Jets marquee offseason signing is more than just a number one receiver for Gang Green.