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New York Jets news, commentary and insider info from beat writer Kimberley A. Martin.
Nick Mangold's headed to Hawaii after all.
The Jets center -- who was a first alternate -- was asked to replace Seattle's Max Unger in Honolulu. Unger, of course, will be preparing for the Super Bowl with the rest of the Seahawks.
Mangold, meanwhile, will make his fifth appearance in the Pro Bowl on Jan. 26....Read more »
Rex Ryan had hoped his team would be well represented in Hawaii.
But not one Jet – not even defensive stud Muhammad Wilkerson – was named to the 2014 Pro Bowl. Instead, center Nick Mangold and Wilkerson, a third-year defensive end, were selected as first alternates. Cornerback Antonio Cromartie, who has been battling a nagging hip injury all season, is a second alternate.
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Three Patriots and two Jets were fined by the NFL for violations resulting from a melee late in the fourth quarter of their Sept. 12 game at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, and a fourth Pat received a fine for an illegal hit on Jets quarterback Geno Smith. An attempt by Jets center Nick Mangold to tackle Pats defensive back Aqib Talib on the sideline after an interception triggered the scuffle.
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“The good news,” Willie Colon said Thursday in the Jets’ locker room, “is that I’m not suspended. But I was fined.”
A lot? “Yeah. I’m going to appeal.”
Newsday's Kimberley Martin learned from an NFL source the amount of the fine is $35,000.
The Jets’ guard was caught up in a melee near the end of the loss to the Patriots a week ago that began when center Nick Mangold dove at New...Read more »
Grades just aren't Geno Smith's thing.
And in his case, that’s a good thing.
The Jets quarterback looked every bit the rookie on Saturday night, throwing three picks against the Giants in a 24-21 overtime victory MetLife Bowl.
With the coaching staff desperate to see a quarterback “elevate” himself in this highly-contested game, Smith took a step back. He finished the game with...Read more »
CORTLAND – News of Brandon Moore’s impending retirement slowly filtered its way around the SUNY-Cortland campus Wednesday, as players and coaches took turns reflecting on a Jet career rooted in reliability and professionalism.
“Shoot, Brandon’s one of the great players that I’ve been fortunate to play with,” center Nick Mangold said. “We played together seven years which I think in today’s...Read more »