New York Jets kicker Nick Folk returned to practice Thursday and attempted a few field goals after being sidelined with a hip flexor injury.
Nick Folk hopes to be back kicking field goals for the New York Jets this weekend.
Thursday night, the Utah Jazz defeated the Los Angeles Lakers 119-86 to improve their preseason record to 4-0. Despite that, Jazz head coach Quin Snyder didn’t seem satisfied (you’ll see…).
Video of the final play shows an official prodding Dont’a Hightower of the Patriots to the side of the Jets’ center, preventing a potential five-yard penalty.
The Jets suffered their sixth straight loss, the longest streak in Rex Ryan’s six seasons as coach, after taking a 19-17 lead with just under 9 minutes left in the third quarter.
Tom Brady threw three touchdown passes and the New England Patriots held off the New York Jets 27-25 when Nick Folk’s 58-yard field goal attempt was blocked on the last play Thursday night.
The New York Jets have put the franchise tag on kicker Nick Folk, which will ensure the player known as “Folk Hero” will be paid among the top five kickers in the league. And now the Jets are showing him the money. But they need to show him more.
Nick Folk kicked his way to a big pay raise with the New York Jets. The Jets placed the franchise tag on the reliable kicker Friday after he had perhaps the best season of his seven-year NFL career.
Ed Reed is unsure what his football future holds. The veteran safety would like to keep playing, and for Rex Ryan and the Jets. Retirement can’t be ruled out, either.
The Jets and Giants’ seasons end on Sunday, of course. But neither squad should go unrepresented on Friday night when the NFL announces its Pro Bowl squad at 9 p.m.
If the weather takes a nosedive leading up to this Super Bowl, the turf crew will keep the field warm and dry with heaters and blowers under a tarp.
“We embrace the challenges, this team,” tight end Konrad Reuland said. “We truly believe we can beat any team we line up against.”
Rex Ryan’s defense outperformed twin Rob’s unit as the New York Jets upset the New Orleans Saints 26-20 Sunday.
The “push-gate” saga between the Jets and Patriots took another turn for the surreal on Wednesday when Rex Ryan responded to Bill Belichick’s accusations of foul play.
Bill Belichick just wants to move on — but as long as he gets the last word first.