It was a common refrain after Ryan signed a multi-year extension: if the Jets don’t make the playoffs, well, it was nice knowing you. But he won’t be operating under any such guillotine, according to Metro.
The Jets head coach delivered quote after quote on Tuesday, sounding as confident as ever after finishing last season with a surprising 8-8 record.
The New York Jets have released quarterback Mark Sanchez, as expected. But wait, there’s more!
Jets GM John Idzik needs to make a signing here. He should do it because, quite honestly, Geno Smith is not the answer at quarterback.
Big Blue continued its impressive offseason revamping on Monday, agreeing to terms on a five-year, $39 million contract with free agent Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, ESPN reported.
Some fans are getting restless as more and more Jets targets are agreeing to suit up elsewhere. It seems coach Rex Ryan feels their pain — at least when it comes to the future of Ro-Cro.
The Jets have re-signed veteran linebacker Calvin Pace to a two-year deal, bringing back one of their sacks leaders from last season.
The move with Antonio Cromartie could be just the first of a few high-profile players being released this offseason by the Jets.
“Let’s just let it play out,” Ryan told reporters on Thursday at the NFL Combine. “I always want guys back … (Would) I want him back? Absolutely.”
This could be as good a time as there has ever been for an openly gay player in the NFL. The league will be watching.
With only Jeremy Kerley standing tall in Geno Smith’s arsenal, the Jets could use a stud pass-catcher. And if there is any year to find one in the high rounds, this would be the year.
McGaughey replaces Ben Kotwica, who left Rex Ryan’s coaching staff to take a similar position with the Washington Redskins. McGaughey helped lead LSU to the BCS national title game in 2011.
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.
It’s debatable whether the 2013 New England Patriots season was a success or a failure, but it certainly wasn’t boring.
The New York Jets have retained several members of coach Rex Ryan’s staff, including offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg and defensive coordinator Dennis Thurman.