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Continuing with the new General Manager’s mantra of competition, the Jets continue to bring in players to compete for roster spots. Today the Jets signed offensive lineman Patrick Ford and released Tackle Dennis Landolt. The Jets have released T Dennis Landolt, signed OL Patrick Ford, and placed RB John Griffin on Injured Reserve. — New […]

Jets Sign RB John Griffin

by Phil Sullivan on December 29, 2012

In what could be his last move as GM of the NY Jets, Mike Tannenbaum put RB John Griffin on the active roster. The New York Jets have signed RB John Griffin to the active roster. The announcement was made by General Manager Mike Tannenbaum. Griffin (5-11/208/Massachusetts/Westminster, MA) entered the NFL as an undrafted free […]

November 5, 2012 – The New York Jets have signed LB D.J. Bryant and RB John Griffin to the practice squad. The announcements were made by General Manager Mike Tannenbaum. Bryant (6-3/248/James Madison/Baltimore, MD) entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with Houston (05/14/12) and played in four preseason games before he was waived […]

The Jets have announced two transactions today, they have waived running back John Griffin and have been awarded running back Jeremy Stewart off of waivers from Philadelphia. [tweet_embed id=233303770954620929] John Griffin is a second year player from UMass and had signed a future contract with the Jets on January 3rd. Jeremy Stewart is a undrafted […]

Here is a recap of today’s Jets training camp (8/1). ESPN is carrying vast portions of the practice, so unless otherwise noted, observations are from their coverage. Quarterbacks Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow had a bit of a down day but Coach Rex Ryan said in his post practice press conference that only 4 of […]

2012 Training Camp Preview: Offense

July 27, 2012
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By Dennis Agapito and Ron Pickett – (Link Defense) (Link Special Teams) Teams are allowed to carry 90 players into training camp but only 53 make the final roster. They will fill the eight member practice squad with developmental or emergency call-up players. Any candidate for the practice squad will have to clear waivers first […]

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