Mike Tomlin was not penalized during the game for a rule violation. He called the play “embarrassing, inexcusable, illegal and a blunder” on Tuesday but stressed it was not intentional.
Sal Alosi, the former New York Jets assistant coach who resigned last year after tripping an opposing player on the sideline, has been hired by UCLA as its strength and conditioning coordinator.
Rex Ryan hasn’t guaranteed this win, there’s no indication whether it’s “personal,” and we’re not sure if Bart Scott “can’t wait!” for the awards ceremony. What we do know is the Jets have been nominated for the SportsBusiness Journal’s Team of the Year award.
Bill Hughan has been hired as the Jets’ strength and conditioning coach, replacing Sal Alosi. Hughan joins the Jets after three seasons as the assistant strength and conditioning coach for the Falcons.
Sal Alosi has resigned as strength and conditioning coach of the Jets, less than two months after he was caught tripping an opposing player during a punt return.
The New York Jets are appealing the $100,000 fine issued by the NFL last week for violating league rules when assistant coach Sal Alosi ordered players to form a sideline wall, then tripped Miami’s Nolan Carroll during a punt return last month.
The Jets were fined Thursday because Alosi placed players in a prohibited area on the sideline to impede opposing team’s special teams players and gain a competitive advantage.
When Dolphins rookie Reshad Jones stayed out of bounds too long on a Miami punt against the New York Jets, he never could have known he was setting up an NFL scandal.
For the second time in a week, a fine has been levied for sideline contact during a punt return.
“The past couple of days it has been continuous, every channel I turn to,” Miami Dolphins rookie cornerback Nolan Carroll said Wednesday. “I’m just trying to watch TV. I can’t get away from it.”
As if the Jets losing two games in a row wasn’t enough, today we are still talking about Sal Alosi and the tripping incident he was involved in on Sunday.
Santonio Holmes wasn’t the only member of the Jets organization to drop the ball this week. Ownership and the front office did it too.
Dicky Maegle gladly retold the story Monday night of his own sideline shenanigans, shortly after a New York Jets assistant coach was suspended and fined for tripping a Miami Dolphins player.
The Jets trainer who tripped a Miami Dolphins player on the sideline during a game Sunday says he “wasn’t thinking” when he did it, and has not yet received any discipline from the team or the NFL.
Rex Ryan has spent a lot of his time saying the Jets are coming, that one day they will meet President Obama at the White House. He’s even gone so far as to say it would happen this season. Shame on Jets fans for buying into that nonsense.