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Jet Nation Interviews Safety Jim Leonhard

Jets 2011 starting safety Jim Leonhard’s season was cut short by an unfortunate knee injury.  Leonhard is currently an unrestricted free agent but news of his health and contract talks with the Jets have been relatively quiet. Leonhard was known as the ‘quarterback’ of the secondary, often setting the type of coverage to be used.  The [...]

Jets News – 03/23/12

For better or worse, Tebow-mania is running wild and here are some good Jets links with current news... Bassett looks at the "Tebow Choice" issue on TJB; did Tim get to choose his destination? Do you remember your first time?  Rex Ryan will never forget his first time. Bob Raissman says the Jets have become [...]

Jets Interested In LB McClain

Reports have surfaced that the Jets are interested in Baltimore Ravens’ free agent linebacker Jameel McClain (26), which is considered a no brainer given his background.  McClain played under Rex Ryan and is familiar with the Jets defensive system, has started 31 games with 89 tackles during the last two seasons and can play multiple roles at [...]

Jets Interested In Bringing Back Edwards

Well it looks like as soon as the divorce with Plaxico is finalized and he signs with the Eagles, the Jets are looking to hook back up with ex-49er wide receiver Braylon Edwards who was the Jets deep threat in 2009 and 2010. He was cut by the 49ers in 2011 due to injury and [...]

Rex Learns A lesson, SB Guarantee A Mistake

Rex Ryan after going through the train-wreck end of the 2011 season, has realized that maybe, just maybe that guaranteeing a Super Bowl every year probably isn't the best of ideas. "I know what everybody is thinking, all right," the bombastic coach said in his opening comments at the podium. "The return to the infamous [...]

Jets News Roundup 2/14

Some of todays news from the  world of the Jets: Richi Cimini of 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 [...]

Mark Sanchez Humor

Mark Sanchez has been taking jabs from within the sports world, but it's quickly moved on to other entertainment mediums. These are two clips from this week. Each are about a minute. The first video was from "House, MD." Sorry for the crummy video, but it's the only one I could find. The next [...]

Rex Ryan The Players Coach

I Like Rex Ryan.  But there were times during this year’s disappointing campaign that I wasn’t sure I did.  His sidelines at times appeared chaotic, he needs to improve his game and clock management skills, and most obviously, he must be better tuned in to the psyche of the players in his locker-room.  But these [...]