6:42 AM EST, Sat December 07, 2013
New York Jets Rumors & News
New York Post 5 hours ago
It already has been a good week for Antonio Cromartie. Despite being limited in practice, he said he will be “as fresh as possible” for Sunday’s game. He’s also happy...
Newsday 9 hours ago
Whether Matt McGloin, undrafted but now hardly unwanted, is the Oakland Raiders' quarterback of the future isn't the issue at the moment. He's the quarterback of the present, the one who Sunday faces the Jets at MetLife Stadium.
Jets Gab 12 hours ago
The New York Jets still have a shot at the playoffs, at least mathematically. Not much about the Jets’ play in the past few weeks has given a lot for fans to look forward to for the rest of the season. As a result, New York Jets tickets have dropped dramatically in price. The upcoming […]
Jets Blog | ESPN New York 13 hours ago
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Stephen Hill was a late addition to the injury report on Friday, as the New York Jets wide receiver was added after practicing in a limited capacity thanks to an injured knee. All the other Jets were listed as probable for Sunday's 1 p.m. ET game...
Newsday 10 hours ago
Is Geno Smith's biggest problem himself or the lack of weaponry at his disposal? Coming off three straight losses in which his execution was dismal, the Jets' rookie quarterback might have a chance to prove what he can do with a full complement of receivers against Oakland Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
Jets Blog | ESPN New York 15 hours ago
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. – A month after a dislocated elbow sidelined Jeremy Kerley, the Jets wide receiver will return Sunday against the Raiders, making for a complete and healthy offense for the first time since Week 4. Jets coach Rex Ryan admits Kerley’s arrival, coupled with Santonio Holmes’ return to health after a hamstring injury, is a better scenario in which to judge rookie quarterback Geno Smith. “We don’t make excuses or anything else but obviously having your top guys healthy, I think makes a huge difference,” Ryan said.
Newsday 13 hours ago
Last season, Antonio Cromartie stepped out of the shadow of injured Darrelle Revis and showed he, too, could play like a premier cover cornerback. But with Revis having moved on to Tampa Bay as a free agent this season, Cromartie has experienced a tough year as leader of a Jets secondary that ranks only 25th in average passing yardage allowed.
Newsday 5 hours ago
Dee Milliner is well aware of the significance his struggles are having on the Jets, especially in light of the fact that he was drafted shortly after the Jets traded All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis. He just doesn't buy the comparisons.
New York Daily News 6 hours ago
Antonio Cromartie admitted Friday his bothersome right hip that kept him out of practice most of last week affected his strategy during the Jets’ 23-3 home loss to Miami Sunday.
Newark Star-Ledger 11 hours ago
To counteract Jets' defensive line, opponents have called quick-strike passes
Newsday 13 hours ago
Jets coach Rex Ryan positively glowed on Friday afternoon when he declared his teamâs injured players all were listed as probable for Sundayâs game against Oakland at MetLife Stadium. But his training staff must have thrown a red challenge flag.
Newark Star-Ledger 13 hours ago
Players' association had investigated decision of Jets quarterback to sign with Roc Nation Sports
Newark Star-Ledger 13 hours ago
The Jets will have their top two wide receivers, Jeremy Kerley and Santonio Holmes, on the field together for the first time since Week 4
New York Post 14 hours ago
And you thought the Jets’ quarterback plans couldn’t get any stranger. David Garrard, the veteran whom the Jets have stubbornly — and inexplicably — refused to use during rookie Geno...
Jets Blog | ESPN New York 19 hours ago
FLORHAM PARK -- The New York Jets appeared to have all their players available for Friday morning’s practice, which was held in the field house because of rain. If receivers Santonio Holmes and Jeremy Kerley are available on Sunday against the Raiders, it will be the first time they both play for the Jets since Week 4. Since the Titans game, one or both of them has been injured. Holmes aggravated his hamstring injury last Wednesday and, although active against Miami, only saw a few first-half plays.
New York Post 20 hours ago
Dee Milliner will start at cornerback for the Jets again this week against the Raiders. The question has become: Can he finish? Milliner was benched last week against the Dolphins,...
Jets Blog | ESPN New York 23 hours ago
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Rookie quarterback Matt McGloin is expected to start Sunday for the Oakland Raiders, but the dangerously mobile Terrelle Pryor could play, too. The New York Jets say they'll be ready for both. "We have two game plans," defensive coordinator Dennis Thurman said. "One for their Greg McElroy and one for Terrelle Pryor." McElroy? "Doesn't [McGloin] look like McElroy to you?" Thurman asked. "He looks just like McElroy to me." McElroy is, of course, the former Jets quarterback, currently on the Cincinnati Bengals' practice squad.
Jets Player News
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Jets vs. Raiders Injury Report
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