Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links March 17, 2014
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- Scouting the Jets Free Agent Signings: Breno Giacomini
Mike Nolan breaks down the tape on New York Jets right tackle Breno Giacomini
- Revis: What could be better than Patriots?
Warning to New York Jets fans: You may lose your lunch if you read any further. At the very least, you’re likely to experience some nausea. Or anger. Or both.
Former Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis, whose signing with the New England Patriots was formally announced Monday, conducted a conference call with the Boston media. Naturally, Revis praised his new employer, saying it was “the right place” to continue his career. A few days ago, he reportedly was in “love” with the idea of reuniting with the Jets.
- No Huddle – New Approach New York Jets Edition
TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on the New York Jets first few days of free agency
- Cornerback crisis puts Rex on edge
The New York Jets’ current cornerback crisis reminds me of an anecdote shared by former general manager Mike Tannenbaum. This was back in April 2010, when they had just used their first-round pick on cornerback Kyle Wilson. They already had Darrelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie, so there was some question about the wisdom of adding another corner.
Tannenbaum recalled a conversation with Baltimore Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome. When he hired Rex Ryan from the Ravens’ staff in 2009, Tannenbaum asked Newsome what to expect.
- Wilkerson and Jernigan Host North Jersey Football Camp
Muhammad Wilkerson and Jerrel Jernigan are hosting a youth football camp this summer in North Jersey
- Sanchez: Front office has decision to make
Mark Sanchez believes his surgically repaired throwing shoulder is ready to go and he can’t wait to continue his comeback. For whom, he’s not sure.
The New York Jets’ former starter spoke to TMZ (yes, really) for a couple of minutes as he left a friend’s birthday party Saturday night in Hollywood and, while he didn’t break any news, he provided a brief update on his situation. Obviously, the interviewer got wind of an ESPN.com story in which Sanchez is mentioned as the Oakland Raiders’ No.
- NY Jets Re-Sign OLB Calvin Pace
The New York Jets have brought back OLB Calvin Pace: Calvin Pace re-signs with Jets, per league source. Two years, $5 million. — ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) March 16, 2014 Pace has been with the Jets for the last six seasons having a very productive 2013 recording ten sacks. He’s a veteran who fills a position of […]
- Thoughts on Calvin Pace’s return
Outside linebacker Calvin Pace has agreed to a two-year, $5 million contract to return to the New York Jets for a seventh season. A few takeaways:
1. Exception to the Idzik rule: This is an un-Idzik-ian move because of Pace’s age (33). General manager John Idzik has been trying to rebuild the roster for a year with younger players, sticking to one-year, minimum-salary deals for those on the wrong side of 30. Pace fell into that category last year, getting cut and re-signing for one year, $1 million.