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Jets running back Mike Goodson was “incoherent, slobbering and had vomited all over himself as well as the interior of the vehicle,” at the time of his May 17 arrest, according to a New Jersey State Police affidavit that was obtained by USA TODAY Sports.
Goodson, 25, appeared in court Wednesday to plead not guilty to gun and drug charges stemming from his arrest last week. He was arrested,...Read more »
Sure, it’s only the second day of OTAs. But the sight of Stephen Hill on the sideline during practice isn’t the way the Jets wanted to start the offseason.
The good news is, the second-year receiver didn’t suffer a new injury. Hill said he sat out Wednesday’s practice due to trainer’s orders due to swelling in his knee. Though Rex Ryan was unsure which knee is the issue, it’s assumed Hill...Read more »
Mark Sanchez didn’t do such a good job of protecting the football during the 2012 season. The fourth-year quarterback tossed 18 interceptions and led the NFL with 26 turnovers. Four months later, not much has changed.
During Wednesday’s OTA, Sanchez attempted a combined 11 pass attempts during the 7-on-7 and 11-on-11 workouts and three of them were caught by defenders. Geno Smith, his main...Read more »
Rex Ryan knows Chris Ivory does the most damage when he’s free to run. So, for now, the Jets coach is taking a wait and see approach with his new running back.
“Ivory’s not going to shine until you put the pads on,” Ryan said after Wednesday’s OTA. “He’s a physical-style back. So we’re really not going to see what he’s all about until we start putting the ball under his arm and let him run....Read more »
Geno Smith’s pass hit off the hands of receiver Thomas Mayo, hit off a defender's helmet and took a fortuitous bounce into the hands of a diving Garrett McIntyre. But instead of playing off the interception as a bit of unluckiness, the first-year quarterback took full responsibility for the play.
“I’ve got to put it on him,” Smith said. “I put the ball a little bit too high. It’s something...Read more »
Sheldon Richardson may be a first-round selection, and a highly-touted rookie, but in the eyes of veterans, he’s no different than any of the other first-year players.
“They got me on rookie duty, right now they just got me carrying helmets,” Richardson said.
While the 6-3 defensive lineman is happy to take part in the rookie “festivities” off the field, he’s trying to distinguish himself...Read more »
Perhaps you’ve heard this before: Mark Sanchez is “excited” about the offensive system and confident about his play and his position heading into training camp.
A day after Jets great Joe Namath proclaimed Sanchez would be much improved in 2013, Sanchez agreed – and delivered a guarantee of his own.
“I just feel like this coaching staff is really going to get the best out of me,” the...Read more »
After weeks of speculation, Geno Smith finally has new representation.
In an expected move, the Jets rookie quarterback said Wednesday that he’ll now be repped by Jay-Z's sports management firm, Roc Nation.
Though Smith said recently that he was in no rush to make a decision, the Instragram photo he posted of himself with the multi-platinum rapper/entrepreneur last week made it seem...Read more »
Incumbent Jets starting cornerback Kyle Wilson made an appearance at the 20th Annual Gridiron Gala in Manhattan and talked about Jets' first-round draft pick Dee Milliner, who will look to compete for the starting cornerback role alongside Antonio Cromartie.
On if he's been able to spend much time with Dee Milliner...
"No," Wilson said. "He just got here the past week....Read more »
In a surprising move, the Philadelphia Eagles waived former Stony Brook standout Miguel Maysonet to sign tight end Will Shaw Monday.
The running back from Riverhead, who signed with the Eagles as a priority free agent after the April draft, participated in their rookie camp from May 10-12. According to CSNPhilly.com, he wasn’t allowed to take part in OTAs (which began May 13) because of an...Read more »