Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links June 21, 2012
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- Revis: It’s all up to Jets’ GM
Darrelle Revis, who appeared Thursday at a youth football clinic in his hometown of Aliquippa, Pa., reiterated that he hasn’t made up his mind on whether to report to training camp. Basically, he said it’s up to the Jets.
“I don’t know,” Revis told the Beaver County Times. “That’s up to (general manager) Mike Tannenbaum. I really don’t know.”
Maybe it’s reading too much into it, but by saying it’s up to Tannenbaum, Revis seems to be leaning toward holding out for the second time in three years.
- Plax: Tebow could replace Sanchez
Former Jets WR Plaxico Burress, continuing his looking-for-employment tour Thursday with an appearance on ESPN’s “First Take,” believes Tim Tebow could replace Mark Sanchez by midseason as the Jets’ starting quarterback.
“It’s a possibility, you can’t rule it out,” said Burress, currently a free agent. “I mean, they did bring him in for a reason. I think he’s going to make Mark Sanchez a better quarterback. When they bring in somebody at your position, he’s going to compete for it.
- Hunter: "My Word for this Year is Consistency"
OT Wayne Hunter discusses what to expect from the offensive line this season.
- Jets cut ticket prices in upper deck
Two weeks ago, Jets owner Woody Johnson addressed rumors of lagging ticket sales by saying, “I don’t want to be Joe Namath, but I guarantee we’ll be sold out.”
To make it happen, they’re slashing ticket prices.
The Jets announced Thursday they’re cutting prices of certain seats in the 300 level of MetLife Stadium. Mind you, there are no PSLs in the 300 level, so it has to be a bit alarming that they’re having trouble selling non-PSL seats.
The price adjustments will affect about 12,000 seats, roughly 15 percent of the stadium.
- D’Brickashaw Ferguson Pushing Cause of Education for the Kids
- New York Jets Fact Or False: Bart Scott Edition
Chris Gross with his weekly Fact or False, this week focusing on Bart Scott and what type of season he will have in 2012
- Take 5: Keller’s top NYC restaurants
This is our fifth “Take Five” list. From now until training camp, we’ll have periodic lists — some serious, some not-so-serious. Here, we give the honors to Jets TE Dustin Keller, who provides his favorite New York restaurants. Keller is a foodie. In fact, he used to write a monthly food blog for The New York Times, so he knows his way around the culinary world.
1. Peter Luger Steak House, 178 Broadway, Brooklyn: “Delicious steak and potatoes. It’s the best steak I’ve ever had, and I’ve had a lot of steak.
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