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  1. http://espn.go.com/blog/new-york/jets/post/_/id/23627/more-legal-woes-for-goodson?src=mobile UPDATE (6:40 p.m.): The Houston woman, Ashlee Wilson, contacted ESPNNewYork.com four hours after the story was posted, claiming she never gave attorney Glenn Lilly authorization to file the suit. Wilson said she has no plans to sue Goodson for child support, adding: "We don't need a lawyer to settle it." She said she doesn't want to create any additional problems for Goodson with the Jets. Wilson also claimed no one, including Goodson, convinced her to drop the suit. Lilly, reached late Saturday, s
  2. Apparently, we'll still be in trouble even after Schotty is replaced by a more competent O coordinator. http://nflfilms.nfl....l-mark-sanchez/ by Greg Cosell No one should be surprised by the relative poor play of Mark Sanchez, certainly not Rex Ryan and the Jets. Ryan knew what he was getting when he traded up to draft Sanchez in 2009. He was looking for a complementary quarterback that would fit his world view of championship NFL football: Run the ball with power and efficiency, and dominate with a turnover-based defense. The quarterback was a puzzle piece, a role player more
  3. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/511672-schottenheimer-quickly-coaching-his-way-out-of-new-york By Sean Sheppard (Contributor) on November 7, 2010 Everyone knows the Jets' identity on defense since Rex Ryan arrived in New York—blunt force trauma and blitzing from the time they get off the team bus. The offense's identity? Seems like each year, the Jets try to rediscover who they are all because their offensive coordinator, Marty's son, Brian Schottenheimer, is hell bent on stamping his schizophrenia on the players he oversees. Several weeks ago, Rex Ryan revealed to the
  4. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/461903-brian-schottenheimer-led-offenses-not-one-300-yard-passer-since-2006 New York Jets: Schottenheimer-Led O Doesn't Have One 300-Yard Passer Since 2006 By Sean Sheppard on September 14, 2010 Brian Schottenheimer has been the offensive coordinator of the New York Jets since 2006, making the 2010-2011 season his 5th year on the job. In his four full years, the following quarterbacks have lined up under center: Chad Pennington, Kellen Clemens, Brett Favre, Brad Smith, Brooks Bollinger and Mark Sanchez. Now I know there’s only one hall
  5. Does anyone know anything about this guy? http://www.chicagobreakingsports.com/2010/09/ex-bear-gilbert-joins-jets-practice-squad.html By Brad Biggs Jarron Gilbert has found a new home. The Bears' top pick in 2009 has been signed to the practice squad of the New York Jets, according to his agent Frank Bauer. Gilbert was claimed by the Jets on waivers Sunday, but the team had a higher prioritized claim on Dallas Cowboys defensive end Marcus Dixon. The Jets were awarded Dixon and Gilbert became a free agent. Jets coach Rex Ryan called Gilbert late Sunday to personall
  6. Did anyone notice that Revis' agent stated that the Jets did not offer a single dollar in guaranteed money "in writing"? It sure sounds like the Jets have talked about it, doesn't it. Also, Tanny mentioned that for 15 years of contract negotiations, the fundamental thing has been to agree first on total compensation, and then settle on the ancillary stuff (i.e., signing bonuses, incentives, etc.). There seems to be a major difference in total compensation between Revis and the Jets in that Revis seems to be obsessed in being the highest paid CB. Revis is behaving selfishly. The J
  7. From what I gather the Ravens did not necessarily have the best CBs in the league, and yet they have always been a top 5 defense at the very least. Why is Revis all of a sudden the most crucial ingredient of the team. The key to making the playoffs and having success is Sanchez. If he has indeed made the leap from last year, then we are good to go, Revis or not.
  8. http://blog.newyorkjets.com/2010/08/08/pace-sees-positives-in-defense-being-pushed/ Pace Sees Positives in Defense Being Pushed Posted by Eric Allen on August 8, 2010 – 12:35 pm It wasn’t exactly what you expected from the NFL’s best defense. After getting burned on a 70-yard scoring hookup from Mark Sanchez to LaDainian Tomlinson, the Jets’ defense was understandably subdued. “It was quiet. To be honest with you, our offense has really been pushing us to the limit,” said OLB Calvin Pace. “I’m not sure if they have new plays, but they’re really clicking right now and they’r
  9. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/410265-new-york-jets-preview-will-braylon-edwards-will-have-an-off-year by Daniel Wolf New York Jets wide receiver Braylon Edwards is a bit of an anomaly seeing as how he has all the talent and ability to be a top receiver in the NFL. He showed this ability with the Cleveland Browns back in 2007 when he caught 80 balls for over 1,200 yards and 16 touchdowns. No matter what the real reason is for Edwards' issues recently, the following are reasons that could lead to Edwards' fall in 2010. No, Edwards is one of the last Jets' playe
  10. http://www.jetsinsider.com/blogs/christopher_nimbley/?p=4 By Christopher Nimbley Minicamp Recap: Day 2 FLORHAM PARK, NJ
  11. http://www.nfl.com/videos/new-york-jets/09000d5d81899791/Sanchez-back-on-field
  12. Caught this by accident since David Harris is not on the caption for this video. http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-total-access/09000d5d8185cc19/Tricks-of-the-trade
  13. http://www.newyorkjets.com/news/articles/show/3212-hartsock-s-been-around-the-block-before
  14. http://www.newyorkjets.com/real/audio/2009/jets_radio/081009_tc_interview_dc_mike_pettine.mp3 That's 8/10/09 -- sorry
  15. Isn't it the job of the QB coach to do just what you are proposing? By the way, excellent report. Thank you & keep them coming.
  16. http://mvn.com/the****pit/2009/06/the-war-is-won-in-the-trenches.html June 29, 2009 The War is Won in the Trenches By Ronnie Shumake There is much to be excited about this year with the New York Jets. There is a new head coach, key new additions via free agency and a top five pick quarterback from this year's draft. The thing that may be a bit under the radar to the casual eye, is that the offensive line is returning intact. This unit has a full year together under their belt and that is both rare and vital to success in the running game and pass protection. Football teams
  17. This is a an absolute great read that provides some good insight on our HC. I am pulling very hard for him -- and more importantly so will the players.
  18. http://mvn.com/the****pit/2009/06/ke...-gholston.html June 11, 2009 Key Sophmore Jet players to watch this season pt.2-Vernon Gholston By Ronnie Shumake Since this year's coach Rex Ryan is a defensive guru with an attacking style, I chose to focus on defense this week in my sophmore player review. It's only right that after a review of Dwight Lowery with the initial story, we now focus on Vernon Gholston. Some may argue that Gholston should have been the first story. Taken as the number six pick in the first round, he was a much higher pick and thus received more
  19. While we are all waiting -- a good "listen". http://podloc.andohs.net/dloadTrack.mp3?prm=2171xhttp://query-origin.andohs.net/8000A6/content-root3.andomedia.com/origin/mp3/stations/1367/kay/kay090601.mp3
  20. Jets, Jenkins Loosen Up on Defense Posted May 24, 2009 11:00AM By Dan Graziano FLORHAM PARK, NJ -- It's not that Kris Jenkins minded the way it used to be -- a New York Jets defense with him as its massive, central focal point. It's just that the gargantuan nose tackle really likes the way it is now. "This is the first time in a long time where it doesn't feel like it's just a job," Jenkins said after a recent practice at the Jets' training facility here. "Football gets to where, Sunday is always fun, but Monday through Saturday, the fun can get sucked ou
  21. Hope you're right on Schotty. In particular, I'd like to see less gimmicky stuff, and more real packages for folks like Brad Smith and Leon Washington for example.
  22. Passed over for top spot, Schottenheimer finds same gig, bigger role By Thomas George | NFL.com Senior Columnist FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- He has a bigger and stronger voice now, a more distinct one on how the Jets will play it, how this offense under constant construction in recent seasons can become more frank. And that gives Brian Schottenheimer effervescent energy. Somewhere between Eric Mangini's firing as Jets head coach and Schottenheimer's denial for the job and Rex Ryan's hiring, Schottenheimer has re-tooled his thinking and amped his approach and found a nook
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