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College Football Equipment

by admin on October 30, 2013

Every fall weekend, thousands of football players run onto the fields of college stadiums all across the country. With pride, these players wear uniforms showcasing their school colors and logos. However, did you know that college football equipment—the jerseys, the pads, the helmets—represents a multimillion-dollar business? Some of the biggest universities in the country dish […]

Following a gusty 30-27 National Football League 2013 Week 7 win over the New England Patriots, the New York Jets are within one game of first place in the AFC East Division. While the Jets “win one – lose one” flight path may be confusing for NFL fans who wager at online sportsbooks, like the […]

Jets: Raising The Stakes

by admin on April 7, 2012

Narrowly missing the play-offs in 2011, the New York Jets are preparing to enter the 2012 season with renewed energy and confidence.  Veteran players, a strong schedule of opponents and the acquisition of quarterback Tim Tebow have sports books buzzing and online casino visitors finding the playoff odds as appealing as an online slots bonus. […]

By René Murray GQ and Park & Bond partnered for a Sunday afternoon football and retail experience at a pop up shop at their West Side location. This unique event gave fans of fashion and football a unique chance to not only peruse the “GQ Selects” merchandize but also watch the Kansas City Chiefs vs. […]

According to Adam Schefter on Twitter, the New York Jets have signed RB Joe McKnight who was their 4th round draft pick this past April. Adam_Schefter: Jets signed fourth-round pick Joe McKnight and waived K Jared Ballman, S Brannon Condren and DT Mick Williams. Here are the draft day notes on McKnight. Joe McKnight, Round […]

Jets Face Financial Challenges

May 17, 2010

By Tyson Rauch Lost amongst the excitement of the New York Jets treating the off-season like a fantasy football team is the fact that the organization is set to face a variety of financial challenges.  The challenges vary in nature and can be broken down into two groups:  Player contracts and Personal Seat Licensing sales.  […]

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PSL Update By RowOneJetFan

April 29, 2010

I have been working on an editorial that I was going to call, “When Is T-Day?”  T-Day is the day the Jets come clean and tell us how many tickets they have sold for the upcoming season.  The day game day seats get put on the secondary market.   Then I stumbled upon this nugget of […]

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Mini Camp Dates Announced

April 29, 2010

The dates for the New York Jets mini camp have been released.  All practices will be held in Florham Park, NJ and are not open to the public. Rookies:  April 30-May 2 Rookie and Veterans:  June 14-16 Starting tomorrow the rookies will get a formal introduction to the NFL.  They will learn what is expected […]

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Mike Tannenbaum Interview Recap

April 28, 2010

JetNation forum user JMJ posted an excellent recap of the Mike Tannenbaum interview that aired on the Boomer and Carton show this morning.  Here is his full recap and some highlights. 1. He thanked Faneca for all he did while here and said the team felt it was the best thing for them and him […]

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New York Jets Draft Recap

April 26, 2010

Unless you were in hibernation this past weekend you know that the NFL Draft took place.  The Jets were also active making other moves; specifically trading Leon Washington and waiving Alan Faneca. Here is a recap of the Jets draft selections and some other news and notes: Round One – Kyle Wilson, CB/KR Round Two […]

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