The New York Jets have suspended training camp practice because of severe storms. It will resume at 3:30 p.m.
Less is more, Rex. Instead of becoming a complete football coach, dance with what brought you to this level: defense.
“Well, it was heartbreaking and sad and we’ve been advised not to comment on an ongoing legal investigation,” Tebow said. “So I’m not going to comment further. But it’s just heartbreaking and sad…”
Darrelle Revis is long gone. So is Tim Tebow. And so are several other players from last year’s dismal Jets team. It’s time to start fresh at Camp Cortland.
“I look at Tebow, and he gets bashed because of his faith,” Strawberry said. “Let ‘em laugh. Let ‘em talk. He’s a greater man than anyone who might be greater than him as an athlete.”
While some have speculated it could be the first sign of tension between the two QBs, it could also merely be a case in which Smith opted to stay close to home where he has been working out all summer.
Out of nowhere, the Patriots are instantly and eternally regal because they released Hernandez. When did the suddenly pious Patriots become the beacon of justice?
Aaron Hernandez is apparently no stranger to violence. And one incident report even listed Tebow as a witness.
State police returned to the home of New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez on Wednesday, two days after a body was found about a mile away.
“Honestly, I thought it was a good move,” Rolle told WFAN co-hosts Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts. “…I really don’t comment too much on him being a quarterback … The guy has won games in this league, whether it’s with his arm, whether it’s with his legs.”
The word in New England on Tuesday was “Tebow.” The next day it was all about “spirituality.” Coincidence? Not at all.
Rex Ryan and the New York Jets might not know who their starting quarterback is until sometime during training camp in August — and the coach is willing to be patient.
The Tim Tebow saga has become so distorted that the contrasting commentary runs like watercolors all over his face. Tebow has somehow become the dual emblem of sports and idolatry, the good and the bad.
If the Patriots training camp turns into the Tebowmania circus that swallowed up Jets camp last year, lay the blame squarely on the media this time.
The newest Patriot wore No. 5, not his familiar 15 on his shorts and helmet. The QBs wore red jerseys without numbers.