New York Jets
New York Jets right guard Willie Colon needs knee surgery and is expected to be sidelined for about six weeks, but should be ready in time for training camp.
Whether the request is realistic or not, new Jets running back Chris Johnson undoubtedly thinks like a fan.
He had a 2013 season to forget, but now Stephen Hill thinks he’s mature enough to make an impact in the NFL. He better do something, because it’s clear the Jets aren’t sitting around and waiting for him.
Chris Johnson says his surgically-repaired right knee is feeling “good,” but it will likely keep the New York Jets’ running back from participating in organized team activities and minicamp the next few weeks.
While most of the world is banking on a true quarterback competition between Geno Smith and Michael Vick in training camp, the Jets have intimated all along that probably won’t be the case.
A Jets fan named Mary gave Boomer and Craig a call to let them know just how fired up she is about her Jets — we’re talking Super-Bowl excited.
To make room on their 90-man roster Monday, the Jets also released wide receiver Dwight Jones and offensive lineman Jacolby Ashworth.
These days, tight end is an offensive position. So is it any wonder that the Jets’ second-round draft pick, Jace Amaro, is being handed a bushel full of expectations?
Jets defensive coordinator Dennis Thurman doesn’t appear to be in any trouble, despite a report earlier Friday that said he was being investigated for slapping a woman inside a New Jersey eatery.
Eight down, four to go. The Jets aren’t wasting any time locking up their draft picks, officially signing six more over the past two days to four-year deals.
Rex Ryan has been more reserved of late, but every now and then glimpses of the guy from years gone by resurface.
Calvin Pryor is ready to bring the pain, but also show everyone that he’s not just a big-hitter.
The deal for Dozier is worth about $2.5 million, under the league’s collective-bargaining agreement, while Reilly’s contract is for about $2.3 million.
Call it Joe being Joe if you want, but Namath has his opinions when it comes to the Jets’ quarterback competition.
Andre Johnson, even at 32, is still the real deal as far as NFL wide receivers go. Despite all they’ve done so far, the Jets still have a hole at the position. John Idzik should at least make a call.