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Muhammad Wilkerson Football Camp

February 26, 2014

MUHAMMAD WILKERSON & DAVID WILSON OVERNIGHT / COMMUTER CAMP Click here for more information Outstanding instruction by PRO HEADLINERS, an exceptional high school and college coaching staff, and members of the Steelers, or Giants and Jets. A truly extraordinary football training experience! Ages 7 – 18: Players are grouped by age, size, experience, and athletic […]

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NY Jets Draft – NFL Combine Review (JetNation Radio)

February 25, 2014

The Latest Episode of JetNation Radio: Top collegiate players from around the nation just finished up several days of position drills, workouts and interviews at the 2014 NFL combine, but who is on the rise? Hosts Tyson Rauch and Dennis Agapito discussed the combine/draft with JetNation callers. Special guest Ron Pickett,’s player personal/draft columnist […]

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Bart Scott Can’t Wait For TV

February 24, 2014

Bart Scott will be joining CBS as part of their NFL Today pregame show.  Tony Gonzalez will also join the CBS team along with James Brown, Bill Cowher and Boomer Esiason.  Having two ex-Jets on the pregame show should make it interesting. “Bart joining The NFL Today is a natural progression from his outstanding work during his first season […]

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Potential WR Emmanuel Sanders Contract

February 24, 2014

The biggest priority this offseason facing the New York Jets is to upgrade their offensive skill positions. Acquiring free agents is certainly a way the team may choose to help bring in some talent but an unrestricted player can be bid on by multiple teams making them costly to obtain. It is difficult to judge […]

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NY Jets Draft Talk

February 21, 2014

The NFL draft has been pushed back this year from April to May.  That hasn’t stopped Jets fans from breaking down the roster and discussing how John Idzik can improve the team for next year.  There is plenty of New York Jets draft talk going on in our forums.  Here are a few examples: Here […]

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Five Questions Facing The Jets This Offseason

February 17, 2014

Should the Jets give kicker Nick Folk the franchise tag? Folk is set to become an unrestricted free agent on March 11 but hitting 91% of his field goals last season makes retaining him a priority. The Jets have until March 3 to use the tag on Folk which would be a contract offer for […]

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2014 NFL Draft: Running Back Options For NY Jets

February 13, 2014

The Jets had two consistent running backs this year, but they are who they are.  Combined, they rushed for 1,530 yards on the season.  LeSean McCoy had more yards (1,607 yards) by himself.  Now that’s not a slight on the running backs, as it is just as much on the offensive line as the backs.  Bilal Powell is […]

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Jets Raise Ticket Prices For Lower Level

February 10, 2014

The NY Jets sent out their season ticket invoices today.  They are still offering the multiple payment option, which starts on March 17.  They did raise the lower level prices (PSL).  From The New York Jets raised season ticket prices in the lower bowl of the National Football League team’s MetLife Stadium for the first time […]

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NFL Awards Thursday Contract To CBS

February 5, 2014

Thursday Night Football is coming to CBS this year.  According to this Associated Press article NFL fans will get to hear Nantz and Simms the first 8 weeks of the season. CBS will air the games during the first eight weeks of the season with its top broadcast team of Jim Nantz and Phil Simms, […]

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Exclusive Interview: Joe Klecko Former Jets Defensive Lineman

February 4, 2014

Had an opportunity to speak with former New York Jets defensive lineman Joe Klecko during Super Bowl weekend discussing a variety of subjects: (Click play below) His thoughts about the benefits of a Super Bowl being held in the New York/ New Jersey area and if it should return to MetLife Stadium someday. Where […]

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