New York Jets
Tuesday night’s contract for the cornerback means all 12 of the Jets’ draft picks are in the fold.
New York Jets running back Mike Goodson was a no-show Tuesday for the first day of mandatory minicamp, and his absence subjects him to possible fines by the team.
The way the Jets see it, the sky is still the limit for Chris Johnson, regardless of his age and the fact that so many people think he’s lost a step.
Calvin Pryor might not know his place, but at least he realizes who the enemy is. Now, all the Jets have to do is get the rest of this football stuff down pat, and they might have a shot in 2014.
It is just OTAs, but New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan sent the wrong message on Thursday when he took his team bowling instead of onto the field.
The fans may not agree, but coaches are paid to know these things. Don’t count Jets wide receivers coach Sanjay Lal among those who want to see Stephen Hill run out of town on a rail.
New York Jets cornerback Dee Milliner remained limited at practice Wednesday because of tightness in his left hamstring.
Diapers and playbooks. That’s what life is all about these days for Eric Decker — brand-new father and big-time wide receiver for the New York Jets.
Yeah, Calvin Pryor will fit right in with this bunch. The Jets’ first round pick in last month’s draft served up a couple of priceless quotes on Friday.
Jace Amaro believes what you ultimately become is based on how hard you prepare. The Jets’ rookie tight end plans on becoming quite a bit in the NFL.
“I let it slide,” Vick said. “I let Rex get him. Rex laughed about it and we got a good laugh over it, but seriously, deep down, I really didn’t think it was funny.”
New York Jets cornerback Dee Milliner sat out practice Wednesday with tightness in his left hamstring and isn’t sure when he’ll return to the field.
The Jets had 12 picks in the 2014 draft. Incredibly, three weeks later, 11 of their selections are signed, including first round pick Calvin Pryor.
Though he wouldn’t say it, Michael Vick must see the bigger picture: the Jets have four quarterbacks, but they still won’t have legitimate starter when the Raiders walk into MetLife on Sept. 7.
If he can stay healthy — and admittedly that is a big if — he could and should be penciled in as the Week 1 starter. That might not fit the narrative Jets management would want to promote, but it would win games.