The Jets defensive lineman has already been suspended the first four regular-season games by the NFL. He’s awaiting word on if he’ll have to sit out a few more.
After listening to Sheldon Richardson cavalierly talk about his legal troubles and pending four-game suspension, Craig’s blood began to boil.
We know that an NFL team’s tolerance toward a player is often commensurate to his talent.
Jets management, the guys who hoped Richardson would become part of the solution to 4-12 — and not the problem going forward — now knows he simply cannot be trusted.
Richardson was arrested in Missouri after he was allegedly road racing and going speeds up to 143 mph.
Sheldon Richardson said Friday he must make better decisions with his life.
Head coach Todd Bowles has a mess on his hands in his first training camp with the Jets.
Sheldon Richardson has already been suspended four games by the NFL for drug use. The New York Jets defensive lineman is now facing trouble with the law.
For those of you who have perused this forum, I tend to lean on sarcasm when the Jets are the topic. So much so that many fail to grasp that I have been a diehard fan my entire life.
Big Mo will be in the house.
Sheldon Richardson’s selfishness should force the Jets to be a bit more flexible and less heavy-handed with Muhammad Wilkerson.
Richardson will be eligible to return to the Jets’ active roster on Monday, Oct. 5 after the team’s Oct. 4 game against the AFC East rival Miami Dolphins.
The Jets just got themselves a big dose of adversity.
Memo to Jets fans: I can do what I want, and not taking part in OTAs will not affect my performance on the field.
It turns out the Jets don’t need Rex Ryan around for a dose of swagger. They’re doing just fine on their own.