Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links January 14, 2014
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- New York Jets Free Agency Primer (Running Backs)
With approximately $30-40 million in cap space, the New York Jets are pegged to be players when the new league year begins on March 3rd, 2013. Today, we look at free agent running backs. Check out our look at quarterbacks from last week here. There’s a good chance the New York Jets will enter the …
- Dee Milliner Interception
- EA Q&A
Senior Reporter Eric Allen Takes an Early Look at Free Agency & The Draft
- Richardson named to PFWA all-rookie team
Rex Ryan gave an A+ grade to the New York Jets’ draft, but the widespread opinion around the NFL isn’t the same.
Only one Jets player — defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson — was named to the Pro Football Writers of America all-rookie team, which was announced Tuesday.
Cornerback Dee Milliner and quarterback Geno Smith finished the season on upbeat notes, with Milliner claiming the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Month for December. But Tyrann Mathieu (Arizona Cardinals) and Desmond Trufant (Atlanta Falcons) were the cornerbacks on the all-rookie team.
- Jets RB Goodson to be arraigned in N.J.
New York Jets running back Mike Goodson will be arraigned Wednesday morning in Morris County (N.J.) Superior Court, where he is expected to enter a “not guilty” plea on weapons charges.
Goodson was indicted in November on charges of second-degree unlawful possession of a weapon and fourth-degree prohibited weapons and devices. They stem from his arrest last May on Route 80 in New Jersey, where he and Garant Evans — the driver of an SUV — were found stopped in the middle of the highway at 3 a.
- 10 plays that shaped the season (6 to 10)
Of the 2,068 plays in the New York Jets’ season (not including special teams), we’ve selected 10 that shaped 2013. Numbers six through 10:
10. The push heard ’round the world: The Jets’ 30-27 overtime win against the New England Patriots in Week 7 ended with a controversy, sparking a back-and-forth between Rex Ryan and Bill Belichick. The Patriots’ Chris Jones was called for an unprecedented pushing penalty while attempting to block a 56-yard field goal, setting up Nick Folk’s eventual game winner from 42 yards.
- Morning Cup of Coffee: Championship Week
Connor Rogers brings you the championship weekend edition of his cup of coffee.