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Jets Camp Notes – 07/28

The Jets took the field today in full pads for the first time and it was later than originally scheduled.  The 10am session was postponed and later rescheduled due to lightning nearby.  So they resumed practice at 3:30pm and here is a brief recap of the action. It is so hard to get a feel [...]

Day One: Minicamp Report – Sanchez Struggles

Today was the first day of the New York Jets mandatory minicamp and as usual the quarterback competition took center stage.  It appeared from the opening throws that Geno Smith was heading for a better practice then Mark Sanchez. Smith’s passes were crisp, had more zip and he looked more comfortable within his progressions.  Sanchez [...]

NY Jets 6/5 OTA Practice Recap

The New York Jets continue their offseason practices today, which wrap up tomorrow, with mandatory minicamp taking place June 11-13.  The quarterback competition was on again and while neither QB took control Mark Sanchez was 9-of-19 (47% COMP) while Geno Smith went 5-of-9 (55% COMP) with an interception: https://twitter.com/BrianCoz/status/342308760854859776 https://twitter.com/ConorTOrr/status/342308368280612864 The biggest story of the [...]

NY Jets 5/30 OTA Practice Recap

The Jets had another Organized Team Activity (practice) today which was open to the media.  Of course the quarterback competition took center stage as Mark Sanchez attempts to prove he should remain the starter while rookie Geno Smith tries to show offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg he’s the man to start. By all accounts both quarterbacks [...]

Report: Jets Interested in Braylon Edwards

The Jets are reportedly interested in recently waived wide receiver Braylon Edwards. The receiving corps, stretched for talent since Santonio Holmes went down with a Lisfranc injury early in the year, is even thinner now. Jeremy Kerley has had nagging injuries, although seems to be healthy for the moment. Chaz Schilens is still healthy. That's [...]

Jets Ruin Thanksgiving, Lose to Patriots 49-19

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 [...]