Seeking depth on the line — and someone to challenge right tackle Wayne Hunter — the Jets signed Heyer and Willis on Tuesday.
Joe McKnight remembers looking at the Jets’ new playbook for the first time a few weeks ago and noticing a major difference. It was simple and a lot easier to wrap his head around.
Mark Sanchez has heard the chatter: The rift. Tebow-mania. Regression, regression, regression. The Jets quarterback is ready to start fresh in 2012 — and prove his doubters wrong.
We all get it — right tackle Wayne Hunter was terrible in 2011. But there’s more to a man than one bad season. Hunter has something to prove and the game to get it done. You just have to think back to not too long ago.
The much-maligned Wayne Hunter is moving on from what happened on the field last year — both his play and blowup with Santonio Holmes.
It appears the Jets aren’t sold on Hunter. New York recently “explored trading” away the offensive lineman, according to the New York Daily News.
The Jets just weren’t good enough to be a playoff team in 2011-12. Sunday’s 19-17 loss to the Dolphins was a fitting end to a season full of unfulfilled promises, inconsistent play, and turmoil.
Whatever way the season ends, the New York Jets are in need of an infusion of talent to ensure that they won’t repeat the same misteps next season.
The bottom line is that the NFL doesn’t care about which player said what – it will simply look at the final score Saturday afternoon and adjust the standings.
After two straight losses, perhaps facing the Patriots is the tonic the Jets need.
Mark Sanchez was unsure what all the fuss was about. The Jets quarterback’s banged-up right arm feels fine, and so does his elbow.
The Jets need Mark Sanchez healthy, and know they need to do a better job of protecting their franchise quarterback. He was sacked four times by the Cowboys on Sunday night, and hit almost a dozen times.
Holmes was considered the Jets’ top priority, and the team agreed to terms with him on a deal worth almost $50 million on Wednesday.
The agent for offensive lineman Wayne Hunter told The Associated Press on Tuesday night that his client has agreed to terms with the New York Jets on a new multi-year deal
Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum joined Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton on Thursday morning to discuss Antonio Cromartie’s “— him” comments toward Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.