New York Jets
Both coach Rex Ryan and general manager John Idzik have said that while Geno Smith improved greatly, they will wait until they see who’s on the roster in a few months before considering their starters at any position.
We have another contender for Super Bowl commercial of the year. Love him or hate him, you have to admit these spots are pretty darn funny.
Jets legend Joe Namath says he’s “improved” after going through “some things medically” that could be tied to concussions suffered during his playing days.
“As soon as that kid gets off the ‘I think I was better and should have been drafted in a different position,’ maybe he’ll see his future. Let’s not anoint this kid the next best thing since sliced bread yet.”
It was Lamar Hunt who started the American Football League, and without his commitment and deep pockets, the NFL would never have had legitimate competition and would have remained a closed, old-boys club for many years.
“If you had asked me, ‘Do I think that Geno Smith is the quarterback of the future,’ I’m gonna tell you ‘no,’” Lucas told Francesa. “I really think they should bring in a veteran — (Josh) McCown.”
Pete Carroll knows the Dan Marino-orchestrated play better than anyone. The Seattle Seahawks head coach was the rookie head coach of the Jets that day.
It turns out the incident involving Geno Smith at Los Angeles International Airport was a non-story.
Don’t expect Mark Sanchez to go the way of Tim Tebow. The quarterback apparently won’t have much trouble finding a job if he’s cut by the Jets this offseason.
Antonio Cromartie will be in Hawaii on January 26. The Jets’ cornerback will take the place of Patriots star Aqib Talib, who injured his knee in the AFC Championship Game against the Broncos on Sunday.
Pete Carroll pulled Richard Sherman aside on Monday and made sure his fiery cornerback understood that his rant against San Francisco’s Michael Crabtree was overshadowing the Seahawks reaching the Super Bowl.
The New York Jets have retained several members of coach Rex Ryan’s staff, including offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg and defensive coordinator Dennis Thurman.
It’s been a messy week for Gang Green. Quarterback Geno Smith and tight end Kellen Winslow are in the headlines for the wrong reasons.
It’s not quite the type of offseason publicity Geno Smith was looking for.
It just keeps getting worse for Kellen Winslow Jr. The Jets tight end was allegedly found in possession of synthetic marijuana back on Nov. 19 — and now there are more details about his run-in with the law.