With the first fourteen cuts made from the 90-man roster today (one further release is necessary to hit the 75-man limit) the shape of the Jets’ final roster is coming in to view a little better than before. With that in mind, let’s...
The Jets arrived at SUNY Cortland last week to kick off the fifth training camp of the Rex Ryan era. With daily press conferences, media availability for the offensive coordinator and General Manager, injuries, a holdout and a silly discussion...
Rather than select from the crop of running backs who spent much of draft weekend collectively tumbling down the boards of teams around the league, Jets GM John Idzik opted to flip his fourth round pick to the New Orleans Saints in exchange for...
Guest post by ToffeeYankee
When the San Francisco 49ers came to New York to play the Jets in week four of the NFL regular season, few members of Gang Green had reason to be optimistic. The Jets had failed to live up to their week one demolition of the Buffalo Bills, following with dismal showings against Pittsburgh and Miami in weeks two and three respectively, and not many going to the MetLife Stadium on a Sunny Sunday morning in East Rutherford, New Jersey had high hopes for Sanchez and his men. I, however, did. I am naturally an optimistic person, but my optimism was boosted by the fact that this particular game was my first-ever Jets game. I was hoping that I would be a good omen for New York against the high-flying San Francisco 49ers. Unfortunately, it was not to be as I was on hand to witness quite possibly the worst Jets performance I have ever seen, but despite the demolition job by San Fran, I thoroughly enjoyed myself.Read More
Iain from UK Jets was interviewed by Sky Sports News radio ahead of tonight’s big clash with Houston.Read More
Confirmation came today that all-world corner Darrelle Revis sustained a full tear of his ACL in yesterday’s victory over the Miami Dolphins.Read More
As sure as night follows day, the Jets offer hope then snatch it away from under our noses. An opening day 48-28 rout of the hapless Buffalo Bills was forgotten as a depleted Pittsburgh Steelers team ran roughshod over the undermanned and outmatched Jets in a 27-10 laugher at Heinz Field in week 2.Read More
Monday 27th August 2012, a day that will live long in the memory as the last to witness Wayne Hunter as a member of the New York Jets. In a move that has no salary cap impact for the 2012 season, Mike Tannenbaum has traded Wayne Hunter to the St. Louis Rams in exchange for former top draft choice Jason Smith.Read More
In a pre-camp trade designed to intensify competition at the Right Tackle position, ‘Trader’ Mike Tannenbaum acquired former first round draft choice Jeff Otah from the Carolina Panthers for an undisclosed pickRead More
Safety Yeremiah Bell came to terms with the Jets today on a 1-year $1.4m contract with a fully-guaranteed base salary of $1.1m. The move follows the earlier Free Agency addition of LaRon Landry and the addition of Josh Bush and Antonio Allan in the late rounds of the NFL Draft.Read More