Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links July 16, 2012
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- Revis watch: Will he or won’t he?
The No. 1 issue facing the Jets as they prepare for training camp (10 days and counting) is the status of CB Darrelle Revis, who may decide to stage a holdout for the second time in three years.
On Monday, ESPN NFL reporter Chris Mortensen said he’d be surprised if Revis shows up for the start of camp, July 26, in Cortland, N.Y.Listen to the complete interview: ”The Jets, I think they’re going to see what Revis does, because he’s playing as if he’s one of the top five football players in the NFL,” Mort said on “Mike & Mike in the Morning” on ESPN New York 98.
- Our Symbolic Obsession
I can’t recall exactly when I started rooting for Penn State. I was very young and it was too long ago. Yet while I can’t remember when it started, I clearly remember why. My dad and I were watching a game together. It was the first game I can recall watching with him. Penn State [...]
- New York Jets: Pass Coverage Still A Concern
The New York Jets could still have major issues covering tight ends and running backs in 2012
- What I think….. Players getting ready; Prayer Groups; and Mort says No Revis
- Camp Countdown: New Look on Offense
Sparano Brings No Nonsense Approach
- No Huddle: New York Jets Areas Of Caution
TJ Rosenthal goes into the No Huddle to look at five areas of their team the New York Jets should be concerned about
- Camp preview: Defensive line
Breaking down the Jets, position by position, as we head to training camp:
Position: Defensive line
Projected starters: Muhammad Wilkerson (DE), Sione Pouha (NT), Quinton Coples (DE).
Projected reserves: Mike DeVito (DE/DT), Marcus Dixon (DE), Kenrick Ellis (NT), Martin Tevaseu (NT).
New faces: Coples.
Going, going, gone: Ropati Pitoitua.
Player to watch: Wilkerson. The former No. 1 pick got Rex’d in the offseason, meaning he received effusive, nearly over-the-top praise from Rex Ryan, who is known for gushing about his players.