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Sunday Notes: Geno’s Jaw, Jets Preseason Debut

    https://twitter.com/ProFootballDoc/status/632034706620461056   Tuesday morning former Jets linebacker IK Enemkpali "sucker punched" Geno Smith in the locker room fracturing his jaw in two separate places. According to David Chao, an orthopedic surgeon that focuses on athletes, Geno's recovery time could be significantly shorter than originally anticipated. After the incident, the prognosis was a 6 [...]

Jets Veterans Address Media as Camp Opens

By Glenn Naughton   Well folks, the wait is over.  While meaningful NFL games are still over a month away, the mere fact that the Jets are among the 13 NFL teams opening up training camp means football is back. On day one of camp, one that consisted of physicals and conditioning tests, some veterans [...]

Jeremy Kerley Player Profile

https://youtu.be/1Il8uha_PeI By Glenn Naughton Name: Jeremy Kerley Position: WR HT: 5' 9'' WT: 190 College: TCU Acquired: 2011 fifth-round draft selections (153rd overall) Twitter: @J_Kerley11 One of Gang Green's most productive late-round draft picks in recent memory, wide receiver Jeremy Kerley has proven to be well worth the fifth round selection (153rd overall) that the [...]

Kerley vs Smith; The Battle For # 3

The Jets revamped their downtrodden WR group this offseason by adding a bona fide No. 1 WR in Brandon Marshall, allowing Eric Decker to slide into the upper tier of No. 2 WRs around the league.  The duo gives the Jets one of the better one-two punches at the WR position in the league, and [...]

Five Reasons to Believe in Geno Smith

By Glenn Naughton   Having been subjected to some of the worst quarterback play in the NFL over much of the past six seasons, Jets fans are ready for a long overdue turnaround at the position that has been Gang Green's achilles heel for far too long. Head coach Todd Bowles is on the record as saying [...]

Brandon Marshall Re-Structures Contract

By Glenn Naughton The Jets reportedly made good on their word to increase the compensation of newly acquired wide receiver Brandon Marshall following the start of the new league year. Marshall's 2016 base salary compensation rose from $7.9 million to $9.5 million, which is guaranteed for injury only. Marshall's 2017 base salary was narrowed from $8.3 million [...]