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Ellis Lankster

NY Jets make a smart move and bring back some play makers they are familiar with six days before the start of free agency, Ellis Lankster and Darrin Walls.  Lankster was in 382 special team plays last season and ended the season with 20 kick coverage tackles. He has been an important player on special […]

Jets Final Injury Report

by Phil Sullivan on December 28, 2013

The Jets released their final injury report for the year on Friday.  Ellis Lankster is the only Jet player that didn’t practice.  Otherwise they are ready to go as they try to end the season on a winning note. Rex Ryan summed up the injury report with this statement. Ellis Lankster is questionable with this […]

There are several ways to determine if you are a hardcore Jets fan.  One way is if you are reading their injury report before a week 17 match-up against the Dolphins.  A matchup that has no playoff implications for the Jets.  Although the Dolphins must win to have any chance to continue their season. NEW […]

NY Jets Injury Report

by Phil Sullivan on December 19, 2013

The NY Jets sent out their injury report again today, which shows a relatively healthy team as they prepare to face the Browns.  Ed Reed did not practice but the Jets need to keep his old legs fresh by limiting his work load.  Cromartie, Holmes, Winslow and Lankster were all limited in practice.  The explanation […]

If No Cro; Who Will Go?

by Phil Sullivan on December 12, 2013

Antonio Cromartie did not practice on Wednesday due to the concussion he received against the Raiders.  If Cro can’t go it looks to be either Darrin Walls or Ellis Lankster that will start along side Dee Milliner.  Rex was asked if Lankster would get the start and he said: Again, we’ll look at that. That’s […]

Monday Morning NY Jets Thoughts

September 23, 2013

The Jets won a close game, 27-20, a game that should have been a blowout due to the dominating Jets defense for three quarters of the game.  The Jets set a team record with 20 penalties for over 150 yards and somehow still won the ballgame.  The offense started off hot before fizzling out in […]

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2013 New York Jets Roster Preview: Defensive Backs

May 20, 2013

Current Safeties on the Roster: # Name Pos. Height Weight Age Exp. College 39 Allen, Antonio S 6-1 210 24 2 South Carolina 32 Bush, Josh S 5-11 205 24 2 Wake Forest 37 Jarrett, Jaiquawn S 6-0 196 23 2 Temple 26 Landry, Dawan S 6-1 212 30 8 Georgia Tech 42 Lockett, Bret […]

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Jets Top Jaguars, 17-10

December 9, 2012

The Jets won their second game in a row today for the first time this season, beating the Jacksonville Jaguars, 17-10. The first half was sloppy play after sloppy play, and the offense was its usual mess. The defense played well, and Bart Scott intercepted Jags’ QB Chad Henne in the red zone for his […]

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Jets Ruin Thanksgiving, Lose to Patriots 49-19

November 23, 2012

The Jets lost their entire Thanksgiving game to the Patriots in the most disastrous 52 seconds in the history of football. It sounds like something you’d read in The Onion, but it’s not. It really happened. Why the Jets always seem to be the victims of the most embarrassing football thing remains a mystery, but […]

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Darrelle Revis Ruled Out Against Steelers

September 14, 2012

Jets “All-Pro” cornerback Darrelle Revis will be out for the matchup with the Pittsburgh Steelers due to a “mild” concussion suffered in his last game against the Buffalo Bills.  While there had been optimism that Revis would be cleared to play under the NFL’s head injury protocol it is now being reported the concussion will […]

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