There have been no signs of shyness on the football field as Wilkerson is playing with the confidence of a veteran.
The Jets needed to start faster, coach Rex Ryan told his team on Saturday, return to their “Ground-and-Pound” approach and protect quarterback Mark Sanchez. Check. Check. And, check.
After New York’s emotional comeback win Sunday night, a lot of people are bringing up the “L-word.” How do the Jets avoid a letdown?
Jets QB Mark Sanchez was a full participant in practice Wednesday, and was feeling “good” despite undergoing concussion tests after Sunday night’s win.
Sunday’s win wasn’t pretty, and the Jets know it. They also realize there’s lots of work to be done before their next game against Jacksonville.
After missing Monday’s pre-season opener with a sprained left ankle, WR Plaxico Burress was back on the practice field at training camp on Wednesday.
This is what we have waited for. It was something that we thought might not happen because of the lockout. Are you ready for some… preseason football?
Sione Pouha remembers being impressed after watching highlights after the Jets drafted Muhammad Wilkerson in the first round. Then, Pouha got to meet Wilkerson and, well, the film didn’t lie.
Kris Jenkins announced his retirement on his Facebook page Wednesday after his last two seasons with the New York Jets were cut short by serious knee injuries.
Mark Sanchez and his Jets teammates are back together again. For a few days, at least. Sanchez and about 40 other players started practicing at an undisclosed location in New Jersey on Monday.
Sione Pouha was getting ready to work out with his Jets defensive linemates and realized he still needed an NFL regulation football. He looked around his house and found one – in his trophy case.
Sione Pouha was tired of answering the same questions everywhere he went this offseason. So, Pouha grabbed a video camera, got a film crew together and started rolling on a behind-the-scenes series that fans can subscribe to on his YouTube channel.
Sione Pouha and Mike DeVito told The Associated Press on Saturday they plan to gather in New Jersey sometime next week with the team’s other defensive linemen, including Ropati Pitoitua and possibly first-round pick Muhammad Wilkerson and third-rounder Kenrick Ellis.
This was not how the season was supposed to end for the Jets. Not in Rex Ryan’s mind, at least.
The New York Jets were quiet all week. Not much changed once the game started. By the time they made some noise, it was simply too late.