Glauber's NFL Hot Reads
Newsday's Bob Glauber goes the extra yard for the inside scoop on the NFL.
Plaxico Burress wants to make another comeback.
The wide receiver and free agent-to-be will turn 37 by the time the 2014 season begins, but he told the Steelers’ website that he thinks he can still play at an NFL level despite missing the entire 2013 season with a torn rotator cuff.
“I am going to treat it as I am coming back to play,” Burress said. “I am going to keep that mindset until...Read more »
We’ve known for months that Bruno Mars will be performing during the halftime show at the Super Bowl on Sunday, but NFL vice president of communications Brian McCarthy announced Thursday during the halftime press conference that two other big names will be involved in the game day festivities.
Legendary Jets and Giants quarterbacks Joe Namath and Phil Simms will do the ceremonial coin toss...Read more »
Curtis Martin played in frigid temperatures for 11 seasons -- eight with the Jets, three with the New England Patriots. So it makes sense that the Hall of Fame running back would be in full support of a cold-weather Super Bowl.
Martin voiced his support on Monday for a cold-weather game and went against the train of thought that weather shouldn't have an impact on the outcome of a game as...Read more »
Mike Pettine's name wasn't at the top of the list of potential head coaching candidates when the 2014 hiring cycle began. In fact, he may not have been on the list at all.
But Pettine, the former Jets defensive coordinator who spent the 2013 season as Buffalo's defensive coordinator, became a viable candidate for the Browns' job once the team started sifting through what turned out to be an...Read more »
Jets head coach Rex Ryan’s future remains in limbo, but he’s not alone when it comes to NFL job insecurity. In fact, nearly a third of the NFL's coaches are on the hot seat entering the final two weeks of the season.
Here’s a look:
Rex Ryan, Jets: First-year general manager John Idzik is keeping his thoughts to himself, but recent history hasn't been kind to incumbent coaches working...Read more »
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.
"I know he's a great player, because I looked up to him when I was in college," said Milliner, the ninth overall pick in this year's draft. "But...Read more »
Former Falcons and Jets defensive end John Abraham was hoping for a big payday on the free agent market, but the 35-year-old pass rusher didn’t find a suitor until just before the start of training camp. He agreed to a two-year, $4.6 million deal that paid him $2.1 million this season – a relative pittance one of the NFL’s most productive players over the last decade.
But Abraham has turned...Read more »
Geno Smith threw up a clunker in Buffalo on Sunday with four turnovers. It happens.
But, if you recall, part of the reason the Jets drafted Smith early in the second round was because Sanchez led the NFL in turnovers over the course of the previous two seasons (52 from 2011-12).
Have a look at how Smith's turnover rate through 10 games compares with that of Mark Sanchez, the Jets' starting...Read more »
It was a good day on Sunday for the New York players who actually put the "foot" in football.
Giants kicker Josh Brown was 5-for-5 in field goal attempts, supplying all of the Giants' 15 points during their win over the Eagles. It was the first time in Giants history the team has scored at least 15 points with all of the points a result of field goals. It was just the fourth time...Read more »
It's only October but already the Super Bowl buzz is coming to New York.
The 50 Yard Lounge, developed by former sports agent Lonny Sweet and The Connect Group, will take over 1 Penn Plaza across from Madison Square Garden with football festivities and food during Super Bowl week. 50YL will open Jan. 29, the Wednesday before the Super Bowl, and close Feb. 2, Super Bowl Sunday.
The Jets...Read more »