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  • Birthday 01/04/1980
  1. AdamSchefter Former Colts safety Bob Sanders is visiting today with the New York
  2. Rex apparently napping after the knicks game taking NJ Transit... http://www.thejetsblog.com/2011/02/14/check-out-rexs-sweet-ride/#comments
  3. http://www.nypost.com/p/pagesix/shattered_jets_party_big_time_2Fq5iPRls0M63OHBdjIBRK Despite Sunday's crushing defeat by the Steelers, Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez and wide receiver Braylon Edwards partied until early Monday at a New York club where they spent more than $2,500. While Jets fans mourned, Sanchez drowned his sorrows by knocking back shots and chatting up the pretty bartender at Chelsea's Juliet Supper Club after arriving at 3 a.m., while Edwards ordered Champagne and tequila shots for his table. Even though he's a free agent and may not be brought back, Edwards was bullish about the team. He went to the deejay booth, grabbed the microphone and told the crowd, which included actor Greg Bello, Knicks star Roger Mason and model Tyson Beckford: "The Jets will be back next season and will go all the way to the Super Bowl." CHARLES WENZELBERG/NEW YORK POST Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez and #17 Braylon Edwards After flying back with the team from Pittsburgh, Edwards arrived at Juliet at 2:30 a.m. with six others. He took a table and immediately ordered a round of tequila shots and an $1,100 bottle of Ace of Spades Champagne. Sanchez turned up with a male friend, headed straight to the bar and knocked back a shot with the attractive brunette bartender. He didn't know Edwards was already there, but was led to his table by staff, say witnesses. But a spy said, "Mark sat with Braylon for a short while, but soon enough he was back at the bar flirting with the bartender, a gorgeous South American girl, busty with long, dark reddish hair. They were doing shots together and he kept whispering in her ear and holding her hand. He looked pretty enamored, and was at the bar until closing time. He went home alone but phone numbers were exchanged. Edwards' bill came to around $2,500." The players closed down the club at 4:30 a.m. Edwards, who was charged with DUI last September, left in a chauffeur-driven Escalade. One source said, "The club got all the players drivers after that incident. They were taking no chances." A rep for the Jets didn't get back to us. Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/pagesix/shattered_jets_party_big_time_2Fq5iPRls0M63OHBdjIBRK#ixzz1C7CtQuTf
  4. how much more brady cock can john gruden be sucking....that entire crew makes me sick
  5. http://www.thesportsbrewery.com/football/ncaa-football/pac10football/ducksfootball/legarrette-blount-jumps-over-kerry-rhodes
  6. With the way we have been playing I think everyone is forgetting how much of a complete monster the weather man has been all season.
  7. Lets Support Manish All Jet Fans Join!!! http://www.facebook.com/pages/Manish-Mehta/148839961819049?v=wall
  8. how about that ******* saftey.... why was that not challenged apparently the rex was 2 busy eating instead of watching the god damn game
  9. Adam_Schefter This had to be a tough one: Jets released veteran FB Tony Richardson, one of the league's classiest players. Someone explain this sh*t to me... This franchise is garbage
  10. Source: Darrelle Revis, Jets Still Talking Contract as Clock Ticks 0 Comments Say Something » 8/31/2010 3:55 PM ET By Dan Graziano PrintAText Size Dan Graziano Senior NFL Writer With just 13 days left before their regular-season opener, the New York Jets and the agents for cornerback Darrelle Revis are quietly continuing negotiations on a new contract. A week after a source told FanHouse the sides were "almost there," the same source relayed to FanHouse on Tuesday that the talks are complicated but still progressing, and that both sides believe they will have a deal done before the Jets open the season on Monday, Sept. 13 against the Ravens. Revis has been spending his time in Pittsburgh, working out and training on his own so that once the deal is done, he'll be ready to jump right in -- despite missing all of training camp and, so far, the entire preseason. In the meantime, while observing a mutually agreed-upon media blackout, the team and the agents have been working on the details of a complex deal intended to satisfy Revis' desire to be the highest-paid cornerback in the NFL. It's unclear what the deal will eventually look like, but sources tell FanHouse that they believe it will have to set some sort of record in order to reflect Revis' belief, and the team's corresponding assertions, that he is the league's best cornerback. That could mean a deal that pays Revis more per year than the $15.1 million Oakland's Nnamdi Asomugha makes, though the Jets have balked at that in the past on the belief that Asomugha's deal is not reflective of where the top of the market should be. So potential compromises could include a deal that's the longest ever given to a corner, or the most in terms of total value, etc. The details are complicated because there's much to be ironed out in terms of guaranteed money and how the deal is to be structured around a potential 2011 lockout, but conversations are ongoing, and it does appear likely that the situation will get settled in time for the regular season. "There are a lot of different possibilities still in play," the source said of the likely final structure of the deal. The Jets continue to observe the media blackout, refusing to discuss the Revis negotiations. But Jets coach Rex Ryan did say Monday that he remains confident the team can still have a great defense even without Revis and linebacker Calvin Pace, who will miss the first few weeks with a foot injury. "We can get it done," Ryan said. "We've proved it all through the years. That's all I know is great defenses. That's what we stand for. It's not about one guy or two guys. Every team is going to go through one or two guys you're going to miss. That happened last year. When we opened the season, we never had Calvin and we never had Shaun Ellis. Last year, we lost [Kris] Jenkins for a lot of it. This is what we do. We're a team defense. That's why I know our defense will play great. There's not a question in my mind that we'll play great." Ryan talks tough, and he means and believes what he says. But there's no doubt he'll feel better once Revis is signed.
  11. http://sports.espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/columns/story?columnist=oconnor_ian&id=5450529
  12. heard if saints do not tender him, the jets can sigh him sometime around june/july
  13. Cutting Faneca= Money for Darren Sharper????
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