New York Jets
The New York Democrat will be at Syracuse University Monday afternoon to call on the NFL team to return this summer to SUNY Cortland, 30 miles south of Syracuse.
Quinn must understand two things: MetLife Stadium is not CenturyLink Field. And any secondary he puts together here will never truly compare to the Legion of Boom.
If the Jets have their way, the Seattle Seahawks will lose soon so they can hire their next head coach, Dan Quinn.
The team and the former Jets coach are putting the finishing touches on a contract, the report said.
Rex Ryan’s journey to find a job, watching him pinball from town to town, NFL team to TV network, is case in the core competence of pro football. Is there any?
The former Jets linebacker, who is now an analyst for CBS, was an in-studio guest of Boomer & Carton on Friday and offered some unique perspective on what it was like to play for Rex Ryan.
“If you made me go to Vegas right now, I would try to get the Dan Quinn action,” La Canfora told Joe & Evan.
The team scheduled a second interview with Houston director of college scouting Mike Maccagnan, the only GM candidate so far to receive a second meeting with the Jets.
Some team will take him. He’s too good for everyone to bypass. But the Jets shouldn’t. They are a team in need of a personality makeover, and Jameis Winston is just too big a risk.
Bart Scott has never been one to hold his tongue, so whenever he joins Boomer and Craig it tends to get interesting — which is a good thing.
After Boomer got through gloating about his red-hot Rangers, the guys talked about the thorough process involved with Gang Green’s head coach and GM search.
By all accounts, Dan Quinn is one of if not the most impressive head coaching candidate available. It appears he also has a plan.
Maccagnan met Monday with owner Woody Johnson and his consultants, longtime NFL execs Charley Casserly and Ron Wolf, and they must have liked what they heard because they invited him back on Friday.
WFAN’s Boomer Esiason said Frank Reich, his former college roommate, left with a good impression of Jets owner Woody Johnson as the team searches for a new head coach.
Jermaine Cunningham entered his not guilty plea during a brief court hearing in Union County. The 26-year-old is charged with criminal mischief, invasion of privacy and unlawful weapons transport.