To the fan that doesn’t bother to pay attention to salary cap ramifications it appears as if Jets General Manager Mike Tannenbaum has been asleep at the switch. But, really, it only appears that way.
The Jets have re-signed outside linebacker Bryan Thomas, who missed most of last season with a torn left Achilles tendon, to a one-year contract.
Open for business, wild as it might get. The NFL’s calendar turns toward a new season Tuesday when free agency begins at 4 p.m.
Boomer & Craig were very happy to hear that the Jets re-signed defensive tackle Sione Pouha, if for no other reason than they like saying his name.
Pouha, the big man in the middle of the Jets’ defense, won’t be going anywhere.
In Part I of my two-part series on the Jets’ offseason wish list I’m focusing on defense, because, to me, this is where this team is already built to succeed. The Jets have holes, but they are not nearly as pronounced as they are on offense.
It seems there’s a Mark Sanchez defender for every reported detractor in the Jets organization.
The Jets maintained their pace in the AFC playoff race by defeating the Kansas City Chiefs 37-10 on Sunday.
These nerve-racking Jets sure have a flair for the dramatic lately. Maybe that deflating loss to Tim Tebow nearly three weeks ago rubbed off a little.
According to multiple reports, the league has billed the Bills receiver — to the tune of $10,000.
Forget Stevie Johnson mocking Plax for a moment. Jets DT Sione Pouha takes issue with the “unprofessional” celebration for a reason that hits closer to home.
The Jets have watched as much film as they can gather on Tim Tebow, and still aren’t quite sure what to expect.
The jokes aren’t flying from Rex Ryan as they did in his first two seasons. Suddenly, the NFL’s biggest bunch of chatterboxes is strangely silent.
Rex Ryan can’t stand the hideous number next to the Jets’ defense on the list of NFL rankings. There it is, a double-digit in black and white, screaming at him unlike anything he’s ever seen.
Darren McFadden ran past, around and through the Jets unlike any back has since Rex Ryan turned New York into one of the NFL’s biggest bullies after arriving two years ago.