Category: Featured Editorials

Jets Owner Woody Johnson Honors Wounded Veteran

By Glenn Naughton   Just days after the New York Jets 2014 season came to a close, owner Woody Johnson and company wasted no time grabbing back-page headlines at every turn. From replacing his head coach/GM tandem of Rex Ryan and John Idzik withTodd Bowles and Mike Maccagnan, to re-acquiring former Jets Darrelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie along with [...]

Dakota Dozier, “He’s a Special Person and a Special Player”

By Glenn Naughton Furman University is small liberal arts school in Greenville, South Carolina with an enrollment of just under 3,000 students whose football program boasts quite an impressive FCS (Division II) history. Those who have packed the 16,000 seat Paladin Stadium over the course of the last several decades have been treated to some of the best [...]

Five Reasons to be Worried About Geno Smith

  By Glenn Naughton   A few weeks ago we pointed out five reasons for Jets fans to remain optimistic regarding the future of third-year quarterback Geno Smith despite his well-documented struggles as a pro thus far. This week, we look at the other side of the coin and cover some of the lingering concerns [...]

Calvin Pryor Player Profile

https://youtu.be/l6Ri10thfLM Name: Calvin Pryor Position: SS/FS HT: 5' 11" WT: 208 College: Louisville Acquired: 2014 Draft/1st Round (18th overall) Twitter: @star_island25 Calvin Pryor grew up and attended high school in Port St. Joe, Florida, a small town with less than 3,500 residents. Being a natural athlete he tried his hand at multiple sports including basketball, baseball, and football. Pryor captained all three of the [...]

Oday Aboushi Player Profile

https://youtu.be/5o33QntPLwY Position: OG HT: 6' 5'' WT: 305 College: Virginia Acquired: 2013 Draft/5th Rd. (141 overall) Twitter: @Oday_Aboushi75 A  native New Yorker, Oday Aboushi was born and raised in Brooklyn before moving on to excel at the University of Virginia at both left and right tackle. During his time with the Cavaliers, Aboushi would get [...]