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Monday Notes: Cromartie, Mauldin Avoid Serious Injuries, Jets Ready for Monday Night Football

    Both Antonio Cromartie and Lorenzo Mauldin had gruesome injuries in last Sunday's game against the Browns. The worst was feared when both players were carted off the field, and didn't return. Initially it seemed that both players had suffered season, if not career ending injuries. Cromartie suffered a knee injury, while Mauldin had [...]

New York Jets and the MetLife Bowl 2015

Saturday, August 29th the New York Jets will be facing the New York Giants in the MetLife Bowl 2015. This is an away game for the Jets, and while only a preseason game, the MetLife Bowl has always been played and viewed as a regular season game. We all remember Rex Ryan's reaction to Snoopy [...]

Sunday Notes: Geno’s Jaw, Jets Preseason Debut   Tuesday morning former Jets linebacker IK Enemkpali "sucker punched" Geno Smith in the locker room fracturing his jaw in two separate places. According to David Chao, an orthopedic surgeon that focuses on athletes, Geno's recovery time could be significantly shorter than originally anticipated. After the incident, the prognosis was a 6 [...]

Preview: Preseason Kickoff – Jets at Lions

Fans craving live football that could generate some on-the-field headlines will be happy: there is football to be played! Thursday, the New York Jets will kickoff preseason action at Ford Field when they take on the Detroit Lions. The game will begin at 7:30 p.m. and will be broadcasted locally on CBS. The Jets had [...]

Rex Reacts to Amaro, Dishes on Final Season With Jets

By Glenn Naughton While it may have taken longer than anticipated, former New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan got around to addressing his final season with gang green, one in which he finished 4-12, during an interview with Sports Illustrated.  As you'd expect, Rex made a few headline-grabbing comments about his newest division rival. Perhaps motivated by recent remarks [...]

Pryor Excited for Move Back to Strong Safety

For Calvin Pryor it's a new head coach, old position. It was recently confirmed by Jets' head coach Todd Bowles that Calvin Pryor, the Jets' first round pick of last year's draft, will be moving back to his collegiate position of strong safety. Pryor will man the strong safety position, while recent acquisition Marcus Gilchrist [...]