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  1. Hence the 2 year out after this season...
  2. Ok. So I’ll go out on top. It’s time to leave this place. The unending constant whiny over everything is unbearable. Take care.
  3. Yeah. Let’s make Mo the victim. They gave $35m to an adult. So silly of them to expect a guy to show up to work on time. Guess some here expect The HC to go and pick up each player every day and bring them to work. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000738100/article/jets-met-with-wilkerson-over-behavior-before-new-deal
  4. No. Comp picks are only awarded on players who become FAs because their contract expired.
  5. Read the articles. They are/were good players. It’s amazing the HC is being blamed for the lazy actions of a dog.
  6. Your previous quote “Wrong good teams don't suspend players for internal actions first Lee now Mo,Todd Bowles has created a toxic environment here.” Nothing to do w/rings.
  7. https://www.patspulpit.com/platform/amp/2015/6/10/8762321/history-of-bill-belichick-sending-patriots-players-home-from-practice
  8. https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/patriots-leave-jabaal-sheard-home-while-they-travel-to-san-francisco/amp/ http://www.nbcsports.com/boston/patriots/best-bust-new-england-patriots-leave-alan-branch-foxboro-they-face-tampa-bay-buccaneers-tampa?amp
  9. LOL. So all those that wanted the Jets to tank this season are now complaining because they tanked the final 11 minutes. Cant make it up here. Really can’t. It’s hilarious.
  10. KC looked to be doubling him alot.
  11. LOL. Half this place didn’t even know who this was before yesterday. Now there’s an outcry Cleveland signed him to their 53.
  12. Think I posted this somewhere last week...Jets worked him out last week. Receiver Brandon Zylstra worked out for the New York Jets on Tuesday. He led the CFL with 1,687 receiving yards on 100 receptions adding five touchdowns in 2017 and was named a 2017 all-star. The 24-year-old broke onto the scene with 508 yards in six games last year. http://3downnation.com/2017/12/06/cfls-leading-receiver-works-new-york-jets/
  13. Offensive lineman Geoff Gray terminated his practice squad contract to sign with another team. Former @umbisons and #Bombers draft pick Geoff Gray has signed a standard rookie contract with the Cleveland #Browns according to his agent Darren Gill. Joins their 53 man roster. Not guaranteed to dress but gets full pay check. The Browns have waived DE Tyrone Holmes and WR Bryce Treggs. They signed OL Geoff Gray from the Jets practice squad. Gray is a rookie from Manitoba College in Canada.
  14. Reserve Future contracts time is about to begin. FO doing due diligence Howard Balzer (@HBalzer721) 12/12/17, 6:57 PM JETS reported 14 tryouts Tuesday, including five defensive backs and one wide receiver from the CFL. JETS CFL tryouts: CBs Jonathon Mincy (MTL), Garry Peters (EDM); Ss Chris Ackie (MTL), Kenny Ladler (EDM); DB Jonathan Rose (OTT). Also from CFL for JETS, WR DaVaris Daniels (CALG). Other tryouts: QBs Mike Bercovici, Connor Shaw, Joel Stave; LBs Jeff Knox, Kacy Rodgers More JETS: WRs Kolby Listenbee, Tevaun Smith; CB Shaq Richardson.
  15. Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) 12/12/17, 5:31 PM LB Kacy Rodgers II, son of #Jets DC Kacy Rodgers, worked out for the Jets today along with QB Connor Shaw, WR Kolby Listenbee, S Kenny Ladler and 10 other players.
  16. Jets Sign QB Joel Stave

    Intelligent. Most NFL teams he’s been with run the WCO so he should be able to step in and p/u Jets O and run the scout team. Stave, a civil engineering major, also finished All-Academic Big Ten four times, breaking a record previously held by Drew Brees
  17. The Jets placed quarterback Josh McCown on Injured Reserve and promoted running back Akeem Judd to the active roster. The Green & White also signed running back Jahad Thomas and quarterback Joel Stave to the practice squad. McCown broke his left hand in the third quarter against the Broncos Sunday. Through 14 games, the 38-year-old threw for 2,926 yards, 18 touchdowns and nine interceptions. His 67.3% completion percentage ranks third in the NFL. McCown also rushed for five scores, which is tied for first among quarterbacks. Judd signed to the Jets’ practice squad Oct. 24 after the Titans released him. The Ole Miss product originally joined Tennessee as a 2017 undrafted free agent and spent the preseason there before injuring his thumb. The 5’10”, 225-pounder started 24 games for the Rebels and rushed for 1,251 yards and nine touchdowns with an average of 5.2 yards a carry.
  18. The Jets placed quarterback Josh McCown on Injured Reserve and promoted running back Akeem Judd to the active roster. The Green & White also signed running back Jahad Thomas and quarterback Joel Stave to the practice squad. McCown broke his left hand in the third quarter against the Broncos Sunday. Through 14 games, the 38-year-old threw for 2,926 yards, 18 touchdowns and nine interceptions. His 67.3% completion percentage ranks third in the NFL. McCown also rushed for five scores, which is tied for first among quarterbacks. Judd signed to the Jets’ practice squad Oct. 24 after the Titans released him. The Ole Miss product originally joined Tennessee as a 2017 undrafted free agent and spent the preseason there before injuring his thumb. The 5’10”, 225-pounder started 24 games for the Rebels and rushed for 1,251 yards and nine touchdowns with an average of 5.2 yards a carry.
  19. long time jet fans knew

    Oh no!!! how will anyone get over that.
  20. Adam Schefter‏ @AdamSchefter Browns fired executive VP Sashi Brown, the man who headed Cleveland’s personnel department the past two years, league sources told @diannaESPN and me. Wonder how much longer DePodesta survives
  21. Kimberley A. Martin (@ByKimberleyA) 12/10/17, 8:00 PM D.J. Swearinger repeatedly said #Redskins didn’t prepare well and the outcome of the game wasn’t a shock to him. “We out here practicing blah... It’s not surprising at all to me.” pic.twitter.com/49H3sMzZgg
  22. Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) 12/11/17, 12:21 PM QB Nate Sudfeld now a snap away from playing for the Eagles, who gave him a full 53-man-roster salary while on practice squad and promoted him to the roster when the Colts tried to swipe him. They like him a lot.
  23. In Todd, they trust: Jets competitiveness reflects on Bowles By DENNIS WASZAK Jr. NEW YORK (AP) — Todd Bowles is a man of few words in public, never one to be the life of the party or a quotable media darling. The New York Jets coach has won over his players for that very reason. It's the stuff that no one else sees that has his squad professing loyalty to the man leading the way. "As a man, as a player, I love him," left tackle Kelvin Beachum said. "I'd run through a wall for him. I've only been here a year and I love everything about him. "That's my coach." Yes, in Todd, they trust. During his news conferences, Bowles comes across as dry, bland and unemotional. On the sideline, some fans wish they'd see more fire, particularly when things aren't going the Jets' way. That, however, isn't who Bowles is. The 54-year-old coach, who's in his third season with the Jets and has one year left on his contract, handles his business behind closed doors. He saves his yelling — and, yes, he does quite a bit of it — for when he's out of earshot of the media. He treats his players like family and preaches team unity above all else. "He's an outgoing guy, but he's never too high and never too down," said cornerback Morris Claiborne, in his first season with the Jets. "He's a straight shooter." That approach has helped lead New York to a 5-7 mark that has surprised just about everyone outside of the Jets' training facility in Florham Park, New Jersey. Speaking of which, Bowles made a point during the offseason to hammer home his vision by displaying motivational messages throughout redecorated halls to serve as constant reminders to his players. The entire franchise also adopted his, "One Team, One Goal," slogan. Sure, the playoffs are still only a slight possibility, but the fact they're playing meaningful games in December is a credit to the work Bowles and general manager Mike Maccagnan have done over the last several months to turn a team that many thought would be laughable into a squad that is respectable. "That's all noise, all he-said, she-said," nose tackle Steve McLendon said. "At the end of the day, we're the ones playing, not the ones saying that we're going to go 0-16 or whatever they were saying. It's not about them. It's completely about every one of us in that locker room who's putting on that uniform each and every week to go out there and compete for a win." The Jets have been competitive just about every week this season. And that is a direct reflection on Bowles. He has gotten this group to play hard, something not easily done when the odds seem so stacked. Up until a wild 38-31 win on Sunday against Kansas City, New York had lost five of its last six and blown fourth-quarter leads in three of those defeats. That's enough to sink a team and put a coach who's already on the hot seat right into the fire. But this Jets squad has been a study in resilience. "It's hard not to give him the credit and I think he's done a heck of a job with our group," said 38-year-old quarterback Josh McCown, who's having the best season of his career. "His message has been the same week in and week out. And it's a reflection of him as far as just the mental toughness to go through the changes that we went through in the offseason. "He was steady. His message never changed, he never wavered, he never complained. I think that was huge for us and I think that kind of steadiness for us is bearing fruit right now." The fact is, this is a collection of veterans, youngsters, castoffs and drafted talents on a roster that lacks bona fide star power. New York might not even have a player selected for the Pro Bowl. But there are some real pieces to build on as foundations. Second-year receiver Robby Anderson is emerging as a game-breaking threat after going undrafted last year. Defensive lineman Leonard Williams has played better after an early-season wrist injury. The defense has two potential stars with rookie safeties Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye, and middle linebacker Demario Davis has established himself as an emotional and playmaking leader. "'One Team, One Goal' has been our mantra all year, and we're going to win with the guys in this locker room, and that's what's most important and he's preached that," Beachum said. "He hasn't changed, he hasn't wavered." Bowles also refuses to publicly criticize his players, but issues swift discipline. That was the case Sunday, when second-year linebacker Darron Lee was benched for the game for being late to a practice, and veteran DE Muhammad Wilkerson sat for the first quarter for being late to a team meeting. "You treat everybody like grown men, which they are, and there are consequences and repercussions for everything that we do here," Bowles said. "We have rules that we go by, and you treat them like men. You put in a hard day's work, and we take no wooden nickels. I don't believe in beating around the bush. I don't want anybody to beat around the bush with me. "We have our fun, but we get our work in." That's all made for an optimistic environment in which learning to win is an ongoing process — with Bowles setting the tone. "I hope I'm here for a long time and I hope he's here for a long time, because when you have coaches like that who you believe in, that you trust, that's important," Beachum said. "It's good for the game, good for our game as a team. Especially with all the ebbs and flows that we've had this season, he's remained steady." https://pro32.ap.org/article/todd-they-trust-jets-competitiveness-reflects-bowles
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