Mark Sanchez is right, he may not know who holds his future. All he should know is that his future isn’t here.
The fissure between Johnson, Mike Tannenbaum and Rex Ryan is so pronounced that it has slid from sidebar to spotlight. Ryan somehow lost his native hubris and, along with his missing girth, he literally looks like a coaching carcass at the dais.
A neighbor, a big Jets fan, was walking back from church the other day when someone asked him who his team would draft come this weekend. “Does it matter?” he said.
Maybe former Jets defensive end Vernon Gholston will say he didn’t get a fair shake in Chicago, too.
Rex Ryan called former Jets bust Vernon Gholston a “phony” in his recent book. After Monday night’s preseason Giants-Bears game, it was Gholston’s turn to bite back.
Boom or bust? Aaron Maybin is out to prove he can make it in the NFL — and he wasted no time getting on the field with the Jets.
Will the Jets’ latest acquisition turn out to be Vernon Gholston, Part 2? Coach Rex Ryan confirmed on Wednesday that the Jets had reached an agreement in principle with linebacker Aaron Maybin, pending a physical.
As the 2011 NFL Draft draws near Jets fans might want to forget some of these worst first round picks in franchise history…
Rex Ryan’s upcoming book, “Play Like You Mean It,” gives an entertaining glimpse into the man who has become one of the NFL’s most colorful and controversial personalities. And — no shock here — he pulls no punches.
Newly unemployed linebacker Jason Taylor said he hopes to re-sign with the Jets once the NFL’s labor dispute is resolved.
You never knew Oliver Perez played football, too. The Jets cut a cadre of renowned players this week, and one who wasn’t but should have been.
The Jets plan to release several high profile players, including veteran outside linebacker Jason Taylor, nose tackle Kris Jenkins, offensive tackle Damien Woody and outside linebacker-defensive end Vernon Gholston.
Same old Jets. That’s all you probably heard this week in any talk regarding the Jets and it’s probably what you were thinking when watching the first 20 minutes of Sunday’s game.
New York’s coach has had it with his team’s undisciplined play, making defensive players who committed penalties Thursday stand and watch while the other 10 players did a set of push-ups around them.
The Jets close out their preseason schedule on Thursday night against the Eagles in Philadelphia. Gang Green will only have 36 players in uniform, as most of the starters will have the night off.