By signing Josh McCown, the Jets have extended one of the NFL’s most enduring storylines: The Veteran Quarterback As Valuable Mentor. The team’s fans are no doubt delighted.
The AFC East has officially been put on notice. Josh McCown’s most relevant Jets-adjacent career highlight will no longer be getting owned while diving for the end zone two years ago, as he signed a one-year deal with the team today.
Desperation is the only emotion I sense when I read about what the New York Jets did for free-agent linebacker Dont’a Hightower during his visit. From Adam Schefter, via ESPN:
The New York Jets and the Indianapolis Colts distributed huge quantities of Vicodin and the powerful anti-inflammatory drug Toradol to their players, according to court documents unsealed today. The documents are part of an ongoing federal lawsuit filed by several former NFL players who say the teams
gave them massive…
Brandon Marshall is staying in North Jersey. Newsday’s Kimberley A. Martin this morning reported that Marshall, the recently released but still-more-than-able wide receiver, has agreed move his stuff some 30 miles east by signing with the Giants. Which means Eli Manning now has Odell Beckham Jr., Sterling Shepard, and…
If you’re keeping score at home, the New York Jets have now rid themselves of their 2016 starters at the following positions: QB, LT, C, RT, CB1, K, WR1. And they might not be done yet.
Longtime New York Jets center Nick Mangold was cut on Saturday, and the seven-time Pro Bowler tweeted a standard statement thanking the organization.
Darrelle Revis is a Hall of Fame-caliber cornerback who was a first-team All-Pro just two seasons ago. His play has declined precipitously since then, and today, the Jets cut him loose just two years after he had signed a megadeal to return to Florham Park.
Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis has been charged with two counts aggravated assault, one count making terroristic threats, one count robbery, and one count conspiracy to commit aggravated assault following his alleged involvement in a street fight in Pittsburgh early Monday morning.
Rex and Rob Ryan surprised absolutely no one when they swung by the Hooters in downtown Indianapolis. It was at the NFL combine three years ago, and the Brothers Ryan—Rex beginning his final year with the Jets, Rob having finished his first season in New Orleans—posed for a photograph with the wait staff that the…
The New York Jets negotiated all offseason with a quarterback who ended up with a total of 12 passing touchdowns and 23 turnovers; tried out two other quarterbacks who were both injured; and never touched the second-round QB they inexplicably drafted. The team finished this season at the bottom of their division with…
Today, the Bills Jetsed themselves—against the Jets.
The Jets’ attempt to launch the Bryce Petty era keeps getting aborted, as the second-year quarterback left today’s game against the Patriots after being injured trying to make a tackle—which, if you think about it, is the Jetsiest way for a quarterback to get hurt.
Jets defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson made an appearance on teammate Rontez Miles’s Snapchat account, filming a short clip before the Jets’ 34-13 loss to the Dolphins Saturday. He seemed unhappy to be playing.
Jets blockers took a play off in the fourth quarter tonight against the Dolphins, and quarterback Bryce Petty paid the price—a crushing blow that knocked him out of the game.
The Dolphins and Jets play tomorrow night in the first Saturday game of this season. If you didn’t already know that, I regret having to be the one to inform you. Last week, the Jets needed a furious comeback to beat the 49ers. Their season is over and their coach may be fired. The Dolphins are currently a playoff…
After Monday’s blowout loss to the Colts, Jets head coach Todd Bowles told the media that Bryce Petty, who had come on in the third quarter for Ryan Fitzpatrick, would be the team’s starting quarterback for the rest of the season. Bowles said that he made the decision even before the game: “We could’ve won 45-0, and…