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NY Jets Salary Cap Scenario Mark Sanchez Contract

It appears New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez’s career with the team is over as he decided to have surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder. He will spend the rest of this season on reserve/injured (IR) receiving his full salary but with the emergence of rookie Geno Smith, Sanchez will be [...]

Mark Sanchez Has Surgery

The New York Jets released a statement, which ended the speculation about Mark Sanchez's injured shoulder.  He had surgery today and is officially out for the season. Quarterback Mark Sanchez has undergone surgery on his injured right shoulder today. The surgery, which will end Sanchez's season, was performed by Dr. James Andrews, whom Sanchez has [...]

GM John Idzik Brings NY Jets A Class Approach

For some time the New York Jets have been perceived as a second rate organization which lacks the ability to handle the day-to-day issues which surround an NFL franchise. Last season the team couldn’t shake the “circus” moniker as they seemed to spiral out of control finishing 6-10, with critical comments from players about the [...]

NY Jets To Make Decision On Wilkerson After Season

New York Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson has emerged as a potential “All-Pro” lineman entering his third season.  Wilkerson was picked in the first round (30) of the 2011 NFL draft and has become the unofficial leader of the Jets young talented defensive line. The new NFL collective bargaining agreement (CBA) took effect in 2011 [...]

Is This WR Hill’s Last Season With The Jets

The 2013 New York Jets came into the offseason with a number of questions surrounding their offensive skill positions.  Second-year wide receiver Stephen Hill was squarely in the spotlight as he would have to improve over an inconsistent rookie season (21 REC, 252 YDS, 3 TD) filled with injuries and too many dropped passes.   [...]

2013 Jets Already Better Than 2012 Jets

After a number of years of aggressive team building the Jets began to run into a problem during the 2012 season.  Gone were the days of pursuing the big time costly free agents like they had done years earlier.  Most of the team’s moves were short term stop-gap/conservative type signings, except for the Tim Tebow [...]