1. Giacomini Rooting for Brazil in World Cup

    When Brazil takes on Cameroon today at 3 p.m. ET, there will be one New York Jets player with a heavy rooting interest.....

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  2. Martin: Pats May Benefit from Jets Playbook

    Hall of Famer Curtis Martin, one of the central figures in the New York Jets - New England Patriots rivalry over the past 20 years, said Monday it would be a significant advantage for the Patriots if they have a copy of Rex Ryan 's playbook...

    Robert Piva Written by Robert Piva about 1 month ago 151 reads 0 comments

  3. Future at TE Is Bright; Present Partly Cloudy

    At the start of the offseason, the New York Jets ' tight-end depth chart consisted of two not-so-household names -- Zach Sudfeld and Chris Pantale. With two significant moves, they fortified the position, re-signing Jeff Cumberland (three years, $5...

    Robert Piva Written by Robert Piva about 1 month ago 158 reads 0 comments

  4. David Nelson the Favorite for Jets No. 2 Wideout After Full Offseason

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  5. New York Jets Offseason State of the Union

    With NFL spring practices in the rearview mirror, we have entered the dead period of the offseason before training camp cranks up—the calm before the storm...

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  6. Debate: What's Jets' Biggest Concern After Minicamp?

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  7. Rounding Up the New York Jets' Offseason Buzz, Post-Minicamps

    Minicamp is over, which means things will really start picking up around the NFL in the coming weeks. The New York Jets training camp is still just a fortnight away, but the team is, as always, generating a lot of headlines...

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  8. Richardson on Sophomore Slump: 'Sounds Like a Rookie Wall I Never Hit'

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  9. Demario Davis: Growth Doesn't Stop Now

    Many of the Jets polled on the way out of the locker room doors Thursday said they were still well aware of the excitement that ended last season and is still carrying them toward the start of the 2014 season...

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  10. Vick: Ring with Jets Would Seal Legacy

    Michael Vick is in the fourth stage of his career. We've witnessed the rise, the fall and the comeback, and we wonder how it will end for one of the most polarizing athletes in our nation's history...

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  11. Cromartie: Pettine Just Looking for Pub

    Former New York Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie, who played under Mike Pettine from 2010 to 2012, offered his opinion on "PlaybookGate," claiming the current Cleveland Browns ...

    Robert Piva Written by Robert Piva about 1 month ago 308 reads 0 comments

  12. Can Chris Ivory Hold off Chris Johnson for New York Jets' Starting RB Gig?

    The New York Jets have a problem—a good problem. The addition of Chris Johnson to their already stout stable of running backs gives them a surplus of talent at the position...

    Ryan Alfieri Written by Ryan Alfieri about 1 month ago 6,232 reads 24 comments

  13. New York Jets: Full Position Breakdown and Depth Chart Analysis at Tight End

    As the countdown to training camp officially gets underway for the New York Jets , team coaches and executives face several crucial decisions at multiple positions, especially on offense...

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  14. Identifying the New York Jets' 5 Biggest Flaws Ahead of 2014 Season

    The New York Jets are back on the upswing following a couple years of futility and heartbreak. General manager John Idzik and Co...

    Aidan Mackie Written by Aidan Mackie about 1 month ago 4,875 reads 39 comments

  15. Mailbag: Rex-Pettine Repeat of Eric-Bill?

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  16. Vick Isn't the First Rushing Quarterback, but He Is the Best (for Now)

    Michael Vick showed a lack of both humility and history when he declared himself the NFL 's original running quarterback...

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  17. Woody Johnson: I Like the Idea of More Playoff Games

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  18. Chris Johnson Thinks He's Capable of 2,000 Yards This Year

    Jets running back Chris Johnson is one of just seven players in NFL history to rush for 2,000 yards in a season, having gone for 2,006 in 2009...

    Benjamin Zweiman Written by Benjamin Zweiman about 1 month ago 1,618 reads 1 comments

  19. Michael Vick Wise to Support Geno Smith for Jets' Starting QB Job

    Michael Vick may or may not be the best quarterback on the New York Jets ' roster—that much should play out through the course of the 2014 season. But he knows what's best for him to say entering the season...

    Steven Cook Written by Steven Cook about 1 month ago 3,543 reads 29 comments

  20. Ranking New York Jets' Most Irreplaceable Players

    The most irreplaceable players on the New York Jets aren't always the best. Ranking players by level of need is as much a commentary on a team's depth as it is on its talent. Take the Jets ' running backs...

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  21. Vick on Vick: As Mobile QB, an NFL Pioneer

    Michael Vick respects the fast, young quarterbacks in today's NFL , but he considers them Michael Vick impersonators...

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  22. Calvin Pryor Talks a Big Game, and He's Standing Pat

    Weeks before stepping onto the field for his first live action in the NFL , Jets first-round safety Calvin Pryor has already said he hates the Patriots , hates the Giants , and doesn't particularly like future Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady...

    Noah Jampol Written by Noah Jampol about 1 month ago 272 reads 0 comments

  23. Geno Smith Brushes Back Calvin Pryor

    new York Jets rookie safety Calvin Pryor has been looking good in practice, and even intercepted Geno Smith after bringing down a ball tipped by Dee Milliner...

    Robert Piva Written by Robert Piva about 1 month ago 1,306 reads 40 comments

  24. The Goodson Debacle: Everyone Looks Bad

    Mike Goodson's brief and sordid run with the New York Jets finally is over, a 15-month period in which his scorecard included one arrest, one drug suspension, one knee surgery and only two games played...

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  25. 'The Talent Is There' in Jets Secondary, Coordinator Assures

    Defensive coordinator Dennis Thurman said he believes the Jets possess enough talent in their secondary to play well this year.....

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