The New York Jets were relieved when they finally agreed to a contract with quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick at the end of July, reuniting with their starter last season and ending the Cold War of our times. Now, the team has to figure out what to do with the other three guys.
New York Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick ended his holdout last week and presented the public with a beautiful, thick head of hair, along with a beard that could smuggle at least three birds within it.
Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Jets have finally agreed to a deal, per multiple reports. The disgruntled quarterback will make $12 million on a one-year deal.
The standoff between Ryan Fitzpatrick and the New York Jets was already messy four months ago, when the team reportedly offered Fitzpatrick “backup money,” despite him having just turned in the kind of solid quarterbacking season the Jets have been sorely lacking in recent years. If you’re like me, you probably…
You, as an educated and perceptive sports fan, know leaked reports about ongoing contract negotiations should not serve as predictors of where a player will end up or what that contract will ultimately look like. But they are good barometers of who thinks it’s a good idea to play hardball by running to the media. And…
Texans quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick had a career day, throwing for six touchdowns and 358 yards in today's win over the Titans. But his son Brady was the star of Fitzpatrick's postgame, showing off his multiplication skills with double-digit numbers.
Before beating the Buffalo Bills 23-17 yesterday, Houston Texans quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick gathered his team let them know that he really, really wanted to beat his old squad. Here is a rough transcription of his speech:
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Players votes count for a third of Pro Bowl balloting, and Terrell Suggs's ballot counts for 1/1696th of that. But by voting for Ryan Fitzpatrick (and more relevant, leaving off Tom Brady), he's making a statement.