When Tom Coughlin was asked on Tuesday morning at the Giants Foundation Golf Outing if he would consider taking a chance on the 6-foot-5, 232-pounder, the two-time Super Bowl winning coach simply shook his head and said one word: “no.”
Plaxico Burress, anyone? Anyone?
Tim Tebow’s evangelical personality and playing style have New Yorkers divided on Tebowmania. But this isn’t the first time in recent memory that a polarizing sports star has come to town and inhabited the back pages.
Mark Sanchez and Santonio Holmes have moved on from their rift. Best buds? Well, maybe not quite yet.
Outside of the Peyton Manning rumors, which had no basis in reality, the Jets have been quiet and seem to be eyeing value over headlines. And that’s the right outlook for the Jets this offseason.
With the Peyton Manning in Indianapolis saga now officially over, the new Manning to saga can now officially begin. And if reports of unnamed players can be believed, the Jets as a locker room and management want Manning in green next year.
Plax likes the Eagles. He also hasn’t “totally” ruled out a return to the Jets. Now he says a reunion with the Giants is “always a great possibility.” Got all that?
Plaxico Burress wouldn’t mind flying high next season. But does he want to soar with the Jets or Eagles?
Has Burress seen enough of New York? After spending time hauling in catches for the Giants and Jets, the free-agent-to-be appears to have his sights set on Philadelphia.
It appears Burress, No. 17 with the Jets, may be replaced by the player who previously sported the same jersey number.
Brandon Jacobs said before the Super Bowl that a reunion between Burress and the Giants could be possible. But according to a new report, Plax has his eyes set on Philly.
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Turner could see his role increase next season, particularly if the Jets don’t re-sign Plaxico Burress.
The general manager was on the hot seat the past two years when the Giants missed the playoffs after a couple of late-season collapses. It didn’t matter that the team went 10-6 in 2010. They still didn’t make the postseason.
After Burress’ quotes from Wednesday night, it’s hard to picture the wide receiver back in Rex Ryan’s locker room.