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Clyde Gates started camp off by making the most of his early opportunities.  Rex Ryan said that Clyde Gates was the MVP of camp.  Strong words for a young receiver fighting to make the roster under a new offensive coordinator.  Gates had a history in Miami with Tony Sparano.  But his safety net (Sparano) is […]

Since the end of the 2012 regular season there have been many questions as to whether or not quarterback Mark Sanchez would return to the Jets in 2013.  With Sanchez salary guaranteed and a hefty cap charge if released it appears he will remain on the roster at least through next season. With new offensive […]

Seems like the New York Jets are having a busy day, not long after hiring John Idzik their new general manager they have apparently found a replacement for outgoing offensive coordinator Tony Sparano. The Jets have hired Marty Mornhinweg who has been the offensive coordinator for the Philadelphia Eagles since 2006.  Mornhinweg led a pass […]

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 […]

With the firings of general manager Mike Tannenbaum and offensive coordinator Tony Sparano the Jets are continuing to interview possible replacements. They’ve looked at Green Bay’s front office to fill their vacant GM job with Packers vice president of football administration and player finance Russ Ball already having interviewed.  The Jets showed interest in John […]

Mike Westhoff: Don’t Blame Me For The NY Jets Poor Season

January 11, 2013

With the New York Jets coming off a terrible 6-10 season there is plenty of blame to go around just make sure not to mention “retired” special teams coach Mike Westhoff as one of the culprits for the poor record. Westhoff appeared on Miami sports radio station 560 WQAM and proceeded to rip every facet […]

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NY Jets Woody Johnson and Rex Ryan Answering Media Questions

January 8, 2013

The press had their first opportunity to question New York Jets owner Woody Johnson and head coach Rex Ryan today about the status of the team.  In what turned out to be quite the uncomfortable Q & A with the media Johnson/Ryan tried, often unsuccessfully, to clarify where the team has been and where they […]

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NY Jets Part Ways With OC Sparano

January 8, 2013

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 […]

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New York Jets Can’t Seem To Avoid Controversy

January 4, 2013

While very little official has come out from the New York Jets organization since the Monday firing of then general manager Mike Tannenbaum the team has still found ways to make news. The Jets angered many when they canceled a Rex Ryan press conference which had been scheduled for Monday afternoon.  This cancellation eventually led […]

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Sanchez To Start Against Jacksonville

December 5, 2012

After much speculation as to who would be the starting Jets quarterback this week it is being reported the team has chosen Mark Sanchez to start the upcoming game against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. An ineffective Sanchez was pulled late in last week’s game versus the Arizona Cardinals in favor of the game-day backup […]

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