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Jets Trampled By Colts, 41-10

Tis the season for the New York Jets to embarrass themselves on Monday Night Football, crushed by the Colts, 41-10, falling to 3-9 and officially out of playoff contention. New York opened the game with a three and out, then allowed an Indianapolis touchdown. The Jets then went three and out again, and allowed another [...]

Inactives Report: Mangold Back, Devin Smith Still Out

https://twitter.com/nyjets/status/805924970131910656 Nick Mangold will start for the first time in four games. The offensive line likely missed Mangold's leadership, and it should be a bonus for the line tonight. Meanwhile, Devin Smith who was recently activated off the PUP list still remains on the inactives list. It's possible Smith could remain out for the rest [...]

Jets Trio of Cuts Bode Well for Young Safety

By Glenn Naughton   Having trimmed their roster to the required 75 players prior to tomorrow night's final preseason game against the Philadelphia Eagles, the list of the players let go by the Jets is a positive development for one of Gang Green's many undrafted free agent rookies. https://twitter.com/NYJetsPR/status/770683086539554816 In cutting ties with Dion Bailey, [...]

August 16th Jets Camp Report

By Glenn Naughton   The weather let up just a bit yesterday at Florham Park as the Jets came out for their penultimate practice leading up to their second pre-season game on the road against the Washington Redskins this Friday night. Perhaps the most surprising aspect of the session came in that quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick [...]

Jets Training Camp Weekend Wrap-Up

By Glenn Naughton   The New York Jets wrapped up a weekend of practices following their pre-season opening win against the Jacksonville Jaguars and while it was business as usual for the most part, there were a few noteworthy developments. During Saturday's session, a big hit from safety Rontez Miles to running back Romar Morris left [...]

Patience, Perseverance Paying off for Miles

By Glenn Naughton When Rontez Miles heard his name called as he came charging out of the tunnel for the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium this Thursday, as the team's starting safety, it marked the end of a remarkable journey from college prospect to NFL starter.  Yes, Miles' start was due to several injuries in [...]