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  1. He said postgame presser it would be addressed in the coaches meeting this week look around the NFL this crap goes on w/every team and the subsequent fanbase criticism. Every team. Every week.
  2. Jets waive Jalin Marshall

    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — The New York Jets have signed wide receiver Jalin Marshall to the practice squad two days after placing him on waivers. Marshall, who cleared waivers on Monday, was signed last year as an undrafted free agent out of Ohio State. He had 14 catches and two touchdowns as a rookie. Coach Todd Bowles says that the Jets needed a spot on the active roster for a backup nickel cornerback against New England on Sunday, so they released Marshall to make room for Xavier Coleman on Saturday. Coleman made his NFL debut against the Patriots and played three snaps each on defense and special teams. Marshall served a four-game suspension to start the season for violating the NFL's policy on performance enhancers to start the season. http://pro32.ap.org/wxow/article/jets-sign-wr-jalin-marshall-practice-squad
  3. Jets waive Jalin Marshall

    I think I have this correct. Jets waived him this afternoon. I’m pretty sure waiver claims are awarded 4:00pm the following day. So even if Pats claim him Marshall won’t be awarded to a claiming team until 4:00pm tomorrow. So it won’t be in time for tomorrow’s game. JMO. Roberts and Burris are coming off injuries. Roberts is a hammy and we all know those can be tweaked pretty easily. Williams was waived earlier in the week. So Coleman provides CB depth. The move was done today to try and “sneak” Marshall through waivers. If he clears they can resign him next week or sign him to the PS. JMO.
  4. Be safe Because some Jets fans didn't get their guy to be b/u QB for game 1. Good lawd Some Jets fans deserve their misery. This place is going to be unbearable. Enjoy the season.
  5. Not to mention the numerous bogus company names he established, and forging signatures.
  6. Ardarius Stewart to be INACTIVE?

    JC. It's game 1. Overreact much.
  7. Reading the complaint it appears Meli also could have given up info on CC to the Feds, which isn't surprising. Maybe Ive watched too much Sopranos but arent Meli,CC, Wright potential whack targets. They have to still owe major $$ to the "families".
  8. Die Hard Jets Fans

  9. QB's...

    This season's group of college football QBs has been lauded for the number of potential franchise players in the collection, but few people are buzzing about one of the best kept secrets in the SEC: Missouri's Drew Lock. The Tigers' QB1 has the tools to be an elite field general at the next level when you take a look at his size (6-foot-3, 225 pounds), arm talent and pocket passing skills. As a right-handed passer with A-plus arm strength and a quick release, Lock capably makes every throw in the book with zip, velocity or a feathery touch at every range. When I studied the junior's tape from the 2016 season, I compared him to a MLB relief pitcher with the capacity to throw three or four pitchers from a number of different arm angles. He repeatedly throws around free rushers at the line, exhibiting outstanding awareness and release quickness. These are the same traits that Lock exhibited when I initially watched him throw at Elite 11 events -- competition for top high school QBs -- a few years ago. "He's a talented guy who can make every throw in the book," said a high-ranking Elite 11 official. "He's not a 'rah-rah' guy but he's a 'dude' and guys love playing with him." Another Elite 11 official called him "special" and told me that he might be the "second-best quarterback in the class" (behind USC's Sam Darnold) when it is all said and done. Now, I know that is certainly lofty praise for a quarterback that's rarely been discussed amidst the hype leading up to the season, but his 521-yard, seven-touchdown effort against Missouri State in Week 1 has certainly prompted scouts to pay closer attention to his work in the SEC. With a marquee matchup against South Carolina on tap for Saturday, the Tigers' QB1 could jump into the elite quarterback prospect conversation with a strong showing this weekend. -- Bucky Brooks http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000840145/article/drew-lock-on-rise-2-rbs-who-could-follow-kareem-hunts-path?campaign=tw-cf-sf112582349-sf112582349&sf112582349=1
  10. They've been told to not talk about it.
  11. Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) 9/7/17, 8:00 PM Jets worked out former Texans defensive backs Robert Nelson and K.J. Dillon
  12. Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoSNY) 9/7/17, 8:19 PM Jets signed WR Damore’ea Stringfellow to their practice squad and released LB Frank Beltre..
  13. IMO the CBS corp lawyers told them to clam up. I'd guess they don't want anymore exposure to this than they already have. And if I worked on that show I wouldn't want to say anything about it either and open myself up to a subpoena.
  14. Anyone want some reading. Allegedly, he's in pretty deep w/his connection to JMeli https://www.sec.gov/litigation/complaints/2017/comp-pr2017-157.pdfhttp://www.thinkadvisor.com/2017/03/10/sec-expands-scope-of-hamilton-ticket-ponzi-probe
  15. Agree. At least through football season. Phil is already filling in tomorrow.