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The New York Jets have made a few roster moves releasing safety Eric Smith, linebacker Calvin Pace, offensive lineman Jason Smith, linebacker Bart Scott along with waiving h-back Josh Baker who spent last season on injured-reserved. Jets announce LB Bart Scott has been released. — New York Jets (@nyjets) February 19, 2013 The moves free […]

In other roster moves, we have some repeat moves as the Jets have signed back WR Jason Hill to the team and once again waived S Antonio Allen. Allen had 2 tackles and a sack in 3 games with the team. #RL The New York Jets have announced they have re-signed WR Jason Hill and […]

Injury Updates 10/12/12

by Phil Sullivan on October 12, 2012

During his press conference on Thursday, New York Jets head coach provided updates on several injured players.  Nobody asked Rex if these injuries should stop fans from purchasing tickets on www.sb-tickets.com. Opening Statement… I thought it was a great practice except there was a little scary moment in practice. Eric Smith goes up to knock […]

Injury Update 08/13

by Phil Sullivan on August 13, 2012

Rex Ryan provided several injury updates during his press conference today.  It had been reported that Eric Smith would miss the entire preseason, so the update on Smith is encouraging. On Eric Smith’s injury… No. I just saw him out there. To me, I don’t know what the official word is but he looks real […]

New York Jets safety Eric Smith was injured in the Jets first preseason game tonight against the Cincinnati Bengals.  Rex Ryan told the media during his post game press conference that it is a hip and knee injury.  He had an XRay, which was negative, so Eric Smith is now listed as day-to-day. X-Rays negative […]

2012 Training Camp Preview: Defense

July 27, 2012
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By Dennis Agapito and Ron Pickett – (Link Offense) (Link Special Teams) Last year the Jets carried between 24-27 players on defense and they had 6-7 members on the defensive line. Defensive ends rookie Quinton Coples (North Carolina), Mike DeVito, Muhammad Wilkerson along with tackles Marcus Dixon, Kenrick Ellis, and Sione Pouha have all but […]

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Jets Fans Biggest Concerns for 2012

July 6, 2012
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A little over a week ago, I asked the members of JetNation, as well as some Jets fans I know personally, what they thought were the biggest holes left to fill on the Jets’ roster as it currently stands. With just about three weeks until training camp, let’s take a look at what Jets fans […]

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LaRon Landry Update

June 13, 2012
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New York Jets Safety LaRon Landry is with the team for minicamp and here is the transcript of his media interview today: On not joining the team during OTA’s… Basically, I came for the first couple of weeks of offseason training. Then after that, I headed back to Arizona where I had procedures done. I […]

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Recapping The Jets Mini-Camp Practice Live

June 13, 2012
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Today was the second day of Jets mandatory mini-camp.  Here is a recap and some observations: Quarterbacks Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow lead the offense, while neither were outstanding, Sanchez was more in control.  Tebow looked a bit indecisive on his throws during drills having one intercepted.  Sanchez, more comfortable, threw the ball with zip […]

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Video Analysis: The Safeties Role In The Jets Defense

April 21, 2012
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All Jets fans remember the 99 yard touchdown catch made by Giant’s wide receiver Victor Cruz which may have very well sunk the Jets 2011 playoff hopes.  With the safety position being a concern video analysis of the Cruz play helps in understanding specific defensive formations along with the safeties responsibilities and what the Jets will […]

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