New York Jets
Richardson will be eligible to return to the Jets’ active roster on Monday, Oct. 5 after the team’s Oct. 4 game against the AFC East rival Miami Dolphins.
The supporting cast is in place. Soon it will be time for Geno Smith to put on the big-boy pants and lead the Jets — or else.
The Jets just got themselves a big dose of adversity.
Geno Smith sounds like someone without a care in the world, which is odd considering the microscope he’ll be under in a few short weeks.
Morning show co-host and fellow finalist Boomer Esiason, incredulous that the Pulse of the People committee would honor a newcomer, lamented yet another loss.
Among the special guests on hand was Jets owner Woody Johnson, whose $1 million donation last July enabled Tunnel to Towers to build two homes for veterans who have suffered devastating injuries.
The quarterback position remains a major question mark, but the Jets’ defense projects to be formidable in 2015. Joe Klecko, one of the greatest Jets of all time, thinks it could be the best in the NFL.
As far as Kenrick Ellis is concerned, the grass is definitely greener in Giants’ blue.
The New York Jets have placed tight end Zach Sudfeld on season-ending injured reserve after he cleared waivers.
Sudfeld, who has found a niche with the Jets on special teams, suffered the injury during minicamp practice last Wednesday.
The 6-foot-5, 300-pound Brown signed Friday after participating in minicamp as a tryout player with the Jets earlier this week.
For two Long Island teens, Friday night was to be a night they wouldn’t soon forget, thanks to some help from the New York Jets.
Considering that quarterback Geno Smith is in a prove-it third pro season, the importance of the guys behind him can’t be overestimated.
Leonard Williams acknowledges that he was a bit nervous when he first got to the New York Jets, knowing he’d have to learn a new playbook, new defensive system and new teammates.
Hashtag: Think before you post something on social media. That’s the message New York Jets coach Todd Bowles has given his players about using forums such as Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.