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Jeremy Kerley Signs 4 Year Contract Extension

Adam Schefter and multiple media outlets are reporting that the Jets and Wide Receiver Jeremy Kerley are close to finalizing a four year contract extension for the four-year man out of TCU. https://twitter.com/AdamSchefter/status/524632216044072960 Drafted in the fifth round of the 2011 draft, Kerley has been one of the few offensive skill players that the Jets [...]

Jets “Determined” to Deal Revis

A new development in the Darrelle Revis saga came this morning on Twitter via Adam Schefter: [tweet_embed id=309277068422676480] This is the latest in a number of reports (including some from Manish Mehta's "sources" over at the New York Daily News) that say Revis will be playing somewhere else come September. Obviously there are pros and [...]

Jets Looking To Trade Tim Tebow

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter the New York Jets will keep Tim Tebow on the roster after the 2013 NFL league year begins on March 12th in hopes of trading the quarterback: “The New York Jets do not plan to release quarterback Tim Tebow before the start of the new league year in March and [...]

NY Jets Hire QB Coach David Lee

The Jets have hired David Lee to be their new quarterback coach per Chris Mortenson on Twitter: https://twitter.com/mortreport/status/293136407009054721 Lee has spent time in the NFL with the Dallas Cowboys, Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills.  In 2008 Lee was named “Innovator of the Year” by the Sporting News for the work he did on the Wildcat [...]

Incarcerated Bob Interview

Well, love him or hate him Incarcerated Bob is a polarizing figure in the sports rumor world.  He recently made waves amongst Jets fans claiming the team was shopping quarterback Mark Sanchez around the league for a possible trade. I had an opportunity to interview Bob asking some questions about his reputation, opinions on Jets [...]

Jets To Get $1.6 Million Additional Salary Cap Space

According to a report by Adam Schefter of ESPN the NFL has stripped the Dallas Cowboys of $10 million and Washington Redskins of $36 million in salary cap space for violations during the uncapped year 2010.  This decrease will create a wind fall for most NFL teams, including the Jets, increasing their salary cap space [...]