Still searching for the end zone, the Jets might have their top wide receiver back on Sunday.
“I think more than anything you would want people to say, ‘There’s someone that helps the team win football games,’” Tebow told Boomer & Carton.
As the Jets’ general manager, there’s always plenty to think about — especially when the pressure’s on to put together the team that finally returns the franchise to the Super Bowl.
The Jets’ offense is struggling mightily, and a lot of the blame is being dumped on Wayne Hunter’s massive shoulders. The starting right tackle knows he needs to get better — and fast.
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Giants receiver Hakeem Nicks practiced for basically the first time since the Super Bowl champions opened training camp in late July. Nicks was taken off the physically unable to perform list […]
While an apparent hazing video attracted the most attention Sunday, there was good news for the Giants regarding Ahmad Bradshaw and Jayron Hosley, who were banged up in Saturday’s preseason win over the Jets.
Sione Po’uha says he expects he could miss the rest of the preseason with a stiff back, but is confident he will play in the regular-season opener .
Shhh! The Jets worked on the wildcat. Yes, Tim Tebow was involved, of course. And the elusive backup quarterback felt pretty good doing it.
After a particularly bad loss to the Redskins last season, Giants safety Antrel Rolle ripped into his teammates for missing practices. What we didn’t know is he suffered an injury to his right shoulder the week before in Dallas.
New offensive coordinator Tony Sparano put the kibosh Sunday on New York’s leaky line equaling more Tebow time.
After two weeks of practices, meetings, fisticuffs and a reported team trip to the movies, the Jets finally get to lock horns with another team.
In his first three years as head coach, Rex Ryan delighted the masses with his stand-up routine. Now he’s a new Ryan, a determined coach, not the guffaw machine that he once was.
Giants coach Tom Coughlin can’t escape the oft-changing weather conditions that dotted training camp in Albany. The forecast for Friday night’s preseason opener in Jacksonville? Scattered thunderstorms.
It’s been said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. That may have been the case at Bengals training camp this week. Or maybe not.
The Bengals know they’ll probably see plenty of Tim Tebow in Cincinnati — which was actually the site of his first NFL game: Denver’s preseason opener in 2010.