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Training Camp Day 4: Four Things From the First Weekend of Camp After four days of training camp Geno Smith and Ryan Fitzpatrick have yet to officially throw an interception although there have been a few close calls. On the first match up in 1-on-1 drills between Darrelle Revis and Brandon Marshall, Revis intercepted Geno's pass to Marshall and would have returned it for a TD. [...]

Training Camp Day 3: Three Storylines Developing at Camp The offense won the day for the first time since training camp began, forcing the defense to do push-ups. All of the quarterbacks have played well, but Geno Smith has stood out. When Todd Bowles was asked what he thought about the fact that both Geno Smith and Ryan Fitzpatrick have yet to throw [...]

Training Camp Day 2: Five Takeaways From Camp Based on today's performance the depth chart should remain the way it is at the quarterback position. Geno looked like the leader of the offense despite almost giving up an interception to Jamari Lattimore at the end of the day. Smith completed most of his passes showing notable accuracy, and command of the offense. Smith [...]

Colon, Ridley & Vickerson to PUP List

The New York Jets announced that three players have been placed on the PUP (Physically Unable to Perform) list. G Willie Colon (knee), RB Stevan Ridley (knee) and DL Kevin Vickerson (hamstring) will all be able to attend team meetings and work with the trainers. But they won't be able to practice with the [...]

Willie Colon to Stay With Jets

By Glenn Naughton New York Jets offensive lineman Willie Colon sent out this tweet today in letting Jets fans know that he'll be back in green and white for the 2015 season. The local product from the Bronx who attended Rutgers University will be entering his  ninth NFL season and third with the Jets. While [...]

During Combine, Bowles Hints at O-Line Retooling

by Glenn Naughton As the New York Jets offense struggled to put points on the board last season, finishing 28th in the NFL at 17.7 per game, some fans looked beyond the performance of quarterback Geno Smith and pointed the finger at the offensive line. Nine year veteran center Nick Mangold enjoyed a resurgence in the [...]

Cooking for Super Bowl 49 with the Jets and ICE

JetNation had the opportunity to learn new recipes and gear up for Super Bowl 49, with the New York Jets and the Institute of Culinary Education (ICE).  The VIP event took place Friday, January 31st at MetLife Stadium.  Fans were assigned to cooking stations that were scattered throughout the exclusive Coaches Club.  Expert chefs had a [...]

Jets’ Dozier Worth a Look in Finale

By Glenn Naughton Having spent a large portion of a long, forgettable Jets season reading about the  numerous draft day blunders of General  Manger John Idzik, and with only one game left on the schedule, this would be an ideal time to allow one of Idzik's rookies step in and show what he can do.  While it would obviously [...]