The sideline was a crowded place for the New York Jets during practice Wednesday.
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Just call ‘em the Big, Bad New York Jets. They’re an aggressive bunch who will hit you hard, push back if you shove them, and stick up for one another without hesitation. At least, that’s Rex Ryan’s dream scenario for his team.
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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.
Antonio Cromartie has not practiced for the second straight day because of an ailing hip. His status remains uncertain for Sunday’s game against the Dolphins.
Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie did not practice because of an ailing hip. He could be a game-time decision Sunday against the Dolphins.
Coach Rex Ryan said Friday that Holmes has been ruled out for the game against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday. Holmes, who did not practice, was injured in the Jets’ loss at Tennessee in Week 4.
A rib injury did not stop center Nick Mangold for being active for the Jets on Sunday.
Wide receiver Santonio Holmes will not be suiting up for the Jets this weekend. His return date is uncertain.
Holmes grew irritated with reporters Thursday, particularly for their follow-up questions to an answer about the upcoming bye week. “Don’t put words in my mouth,” he said.
The Jets are by no means a great football team. But they have all the makings of being one some day because they are physical and impose their will in the places that matter most: the trenches.
Jets wide receiver Jeremy Kerley went through a third concussion test and was held out of the team’s walkthrough as a precaution
Jets center Nick Mangold returned to the game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after leaving due to an apparent arm injury.
“I moved on from those experiences I had,” Revis said. “I had a great six years there. Now I’ve just got to move on. I’ve got a new start ahead of me, with a new team and I’m excited to be a Buccaneer.”