The Jets are putting together some depth on their offensive line.
The so-called foregone conclusion that was Rex Ryan losing his job at season’s end isn’t so foregone anymore.
Milliner, the team’s top cornerback, has only played in one game this season after missing most of training camp and the opener with a high ankle sprain.
The sideline was a crowded place for the New York Jets during practice Wednesday.
“At the end of the day, that’s our house, and we consider it our house,” Colon said of MetLife Stadium. “The only way to solve it is to beat them.”
Just call ’em the Big, Bad New York Jets. They’re an aggressive bunch who will hit you hard, push back if you shove them, and stick up for one another without hesitation. At least, that’s Rex Ryan’s dream scenario for his team.
Willie Colon sees a big difference in the New York Jets from this time last year. There’s an unmistakable sense of camaraderie — the type three weeks of bonding during training camp can bring.
He was in full pads and participated in individual drills after missing the first three days of practice while recovering from offseason arthroscopic knee surgery in late May.
New York Jets right guard Willie Colon needs knee surgery and is expected to be sidelined for about six weeks, but should be ready in time for training camp.
A week ago the right side of the Jets’ offensive line was in disarray. But that’s not the case anymore.
Following the Jets’ 20-7 victory over the Miami Dolphins, Jets owner Woody Johnson announced that head coach Rex Ryan will return in 2014.
According to an NFL executive, the Jets will likely opt to bring back Rex Ryan. Neither general manager John Idzik nor owner Woody Johnson have commented on the head coach’s job security.
If Rex Ryan knows what his future holds with the New York Jets, he’s not letting on. Ryan was loose and playful after the Jets’ final full practice Friday, appearing anything but a coach on the hot seat.
The Jets’ players seem to have just one wish this holiday season: bring head coach Rex Ryan back!
In the end, even the words of a respected veteran like Colon may not be enough to save Ryan. It happens like that sometimes, especially when a team misses the playoffs three straight years.