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Willie Colon

After starting all 16 games at right guard last season Willie Colon and the Jets have agreed on a one-year $2 million contract: It’s official. We’ve re-signed G @WillColon66 – http://t.co/MajHFMl6RR pic.twitter.com/LCnm2oYuLM — New York Jets (@nyjets) March 19, 2014 Having spent six seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers Colon signed a one-year $1.2 million deal […]

NFL free agency is in full swing and the Jets lost some guys who played with the team last year while others remain unsigned. Below is a list of 2014 Jets free agents and what has or might happen to them. Of course former Jets “All-Pro” cornerback Darrelle Revis, who was traded last offseason to […]

Should the Jets give kicker Nick Folk the franchise tag? Folk is set to become an unrestricted free agent on March 11 but hitting 91% of his field goals last season makes retaining him a priority. The Jets have until March 3 to use the tag on Folk which would be a contract offer for […]

Jets Cooking School

by Phil Sullivan on January 23, 2014

If you would like to get ready for Super Bowl Sunday by improving your cooking skills, you should check out this event.  You can hang out with Willie Colon and Austin Howard and the rest of the culinary team from ICE.  They will teach you how to cook with rum, which is a necessary ingredient […]

Had an opportunity to ask New York Jets right tackle Austin Howard some questions about his rise to starting for the team along with where the offense is at heading into their next game against the Atlanta Falcons: Q: You were on the Baltimore Ravens practice squad before being signed by the Jets in 2011.  […]

No Suspension For Brick, Mangold Or Colon

September 16, 2013

As per Adam Schefter the league will not suspend the Jets players that were involved in the fight at the end of the game last week vs the New England Patriots. League will fine, but not suspend, Jets players involved in Thursday night's fracas with the Patriots. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 16, 2013 Center […]

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Jets Lose Ugly in New England, 13-10

September 13, 2013

The final score was 13-10 Patriots, but the Jets may have lost more than an ugly one in New England this week. The game went from frustrating loss to full blown disaster when star defensive lineman Mo Wilkerson went down late in the fourth quarter with what looked like an ankle injury. There were conflicting […]

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Jets Should Bring Back OL Moore

September 11, 2013

After a great week one victory the New York Jets head on the road to play their division rivals the New England Patriots this Thursday night.  There are certainly lots of positives to build on given the team’s latest win with the play of quarterback Geno Smith being front and center but one hole seems […]

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Thoughts From #JetsCamp 08/21

August 21, 2013

I was able to attend the New York Jets practice today in Florham Park.  Here are some thoughts on the practice today and where the Jets stand right now. Offense Geno Smith played with the #1 offense. Since the Jets make sure JetNation stays in the stands, note taking wasn’t really possible.  So I will […]

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NY Jets 6/5 OTA Practice Recap

June 5, 2013

The New York Jets continue their offseason practices today, which wrap up tomorrow, with mandatory minicamp taking place June 11-13.  The quarterback competition was on again and while neither QB took control Mark Sanchez was 9-of-19 (47% COMP) while Geno Smith went 5-of-9 (55% COMP) with an interception: Sanchez 9 of 19. Geno 5 of […]

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