New York Jets
New York Jets running back Mike Goodson is facing drug and weapons charges after he was found in a car with an acquaintance early Friday morning on Interstate 80 in New Jersey.
David Garrard may be done with football, but that doesn’t mean he’s finished with the Jets.
Controversy from within is one thing, and heaven knows the Jets generate plenty of that. But when somebody from the outside jumps unprovoked on the pile, well, that should get everybody’s hackles up.
“Whoever they bring in, I don’t care,” McKnight said on Thursday in the locker room. “You understand that? I don’t care who they bring in. They’ll have to kill me to take my spot.”
Anonymous rip jobs? That’s so 2012. Smith has a message for the Jets’ embattled quarterback: You stink.
Garrard is out of the Jets’ quarterback competition. A person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press on Wednesday that Garrard plans to retire because of lingering knee issues.
The New York Jets have found themselves locked in a fierce battle with their neighbors, as hundreds of residents living near the team’s practice facility protest new construction plans for a helipad.
The Jets’ quarterback competition just lost some luster — and a key component. According to multiple reports, David Garrard will not play for Gang Green in 2013.
The Jets have a new general manager. Pretty soon they’ll have a new assistant GM, too.
Though the initial returns are good, it’s too early to claim there’s a quarterback controversy in Jets-land — and there shouldn’t be one this season involving Geno Smith.
Richardson could compete with Kenrick Ellis, to be the Jets’ starting nose tackle.
Sauer caught eight passes from Joe Namath in the Jets’ 16-7 win over the Baltimore Colts in the 1969 Super Bowl.
As a Palestinian-American, the Jets’ offensive lineman is a rarity in the NFL.
This probably isn’t the type of attention the Jets are looking for.
After day one of minicamp, Jets’ quarterback Geno Smith gave himself an “F” Grade.