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NY Jets Hemorrhaging Coaches

Still without a general manager the New York Jets have also lost a total of 9 coaches since the end of the season: Tony Sparano:  Coming as no surprise the former Miami Dolphins head coach was let go after one season producing the 30th ranked offense in the NFL.  The Jets are looking at potential [...]

NY Jets Part Ways With OC Sparano

The New York Jets have decided offensive coordinator Tony Sparano will not be back with the team for the 2013 season after coaching only one year. Sparano, formerly the head coach of the Miami Dolphins, replaced previous offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer who “resigned” after the 2011 season.  The belief was Sparano mirrored head coach Rex [...]

Recapping The Latest Jets News

Here is a recap of some top news stories surrounding the Jets from this past week: Daily News reporter Manish Mehta interviewed quarterbacks coach Matt Cavanaugh who was very outspoken about where Mark Sanchez needs to improve: “There were turnovers that were not his fault that were credited to him,” Cavanaugh told the Daily News [...]

Keeping Cavanaugh a Mistake

When the Jets announced their 2012 coaching staff, they announced that they had retained quarterbacks coach Matt Cavanaugh, who previously was “being evaluated.” This is one of those non-moves that should have Jets fans shaking their heads. Brian Schottenheimer leaving the organization and Tony Sparano coming in should have meant a quarterbacks coaching change. Usually, [...]

Jets News Roundup 2/14

Some of todays news from the  world of the Jets: Richi Cimini of ESPN.com takes a look at the upcoming Jets Free Agents. Brandon Jacobs wants to retire a Giant, but would he consider the Jets as a backup plan? LB Bart Scott had an elbow scope, a minor procedure that shouldn't make him miss [...]