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Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links August 2, 2012

Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links August 2, 2012
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  • Inside Look: ESPN’s Idiotic Coverage Of New York Jets Training Camp
    An inside look at ESPN’s idiotic coverage of New York Jets training camp
  • Three things we learned on Day 8
    CORTLAND, N.Y. — A quick take on Thursday at the Jets:

    1. The President isn’t high on the QB situation. No, we’re not referring to Neil Glat, the Jets’ president. We’re talking about President Obama, who, as a guest on an Ohio sports station, threw shade on the Mark Sanchez-Tim Tebow dynamic. Obama said he’s not a fan of QB controversies at the start of the season, adding that Jets fans “should be nervous.” Maybe he would have a different opinion if he had seen Tebow in the Wildcat.

  • Jetting in Cortland: 8/2
    The Offense Wins the Goal Line Battle
  • Brandon going to Canton to see Curtis
    CORTLAND, N.Y. — Veteran RG Brandon Moore will skip Saturday night’s intrasquad scrimmage to attend Curtis Martin’s Hall-of-Fame induction in Canton.

    Moore was a first-year starter in 2004, the year Martin won the NFL rushing title at the age of 31 — the oldest player to accomplish that milestone.

    “That was a big year for him and I was part of a good offensive line that helped him get that rushing title at a time when people were claiming he was old and lost a step,” Moore said Thursday.

  • Tebow’s endorsements stay put
    CORTLAND, N.Y. — One walk to Times Square is all it takes to see evidence of the Tim Tebow brand. When a trade from Denver became evident, the Jets’ backup quarterback leaned to New York over Jacksonville, and plenty speculated it was due in part to the platform that Madison Avenue offers.

    Now, a few months after Tebow became a Jet, he said he hasn’t added any more endorsements to a list that includes Jockey, Nike and FRS energy drinks.

    “I don’t really think so,” he said.

  • Holmes is sore … his legs, that is
    CORTLAND, N.Y. — WR Santonio Holmes missed practice Thursday with what he described as general soreness, refusing to say when he plans to return.

    “As soon as the trainers say I can get back on the field, that’s when I’ll be back on the field,” Holmes said during his once-a-week session with reporters — which lasted all of four minutes.

    Holmes said he’s experiencing “tightness” and “soreness,” but he wouldn’t give any specific body parts. In minicamp, he sat out with a well-documented hamstring injury.

  • Jets move scrimmage to stadium
    CORTLAND, N.Y. — The 2009 and 2010 intrasquad scrimmmages at SUNY Cortland were held on a grass field, but the Jets are moving Saturday night’s Green and White scrimmage to the school’s 6,500-seat stadium to accommodate a larger-than-usual crowd. Tebow-Mania, baby.

    But the stadium field is synthetic turf — the name brand is A-Turf — and some coaches get queasy about playing on turf because they believe there’s a greater injury risk. Rex Ryan said he’s not concerned.

  • Rex Report: Tebow Live
    CORTLAND, N.Y. — Rex Ryan hasn’t ever allowed live tackling of a quarterback in training camp, but he’s never had Tim Tebow. The Jets coach said it was easy to see why today was Tebow’s best day in practice.

    “That’s because we got to do a little live football,” Ryan said.

    On the day Tebow got in some goal-line work, he took a direct snap in a Wildcat-type play and ran the ball up the middle to score. The red jersey didn’t matter, and starter Mark Sanchez won’t be risked in the same way.

  • New York Jets Adjusting To Open Door Policy
    TJ Rosenthal wonders if the New York Jets can handle an open door media policy?
  • Video: Brandon Moore on Sparano, Tebow
    Hannah Storm catches up with Brandon Moore at Jets camp to discuss what he’s learned from last season, getting adjusted to Tony Sparano, and the addition of Tim Tebow.
  • Practice report: Holmes sits, Tebow stars
    CORTLAND, N.Y. — Santonio Holmes, suffering from what he described as general leg soreness and tightness, sat out Thursday as the Jets continued to practice with an injury-plagued receiving corps.

    Unofficial stats from practice

    Team drills (11-on-11)

    Passing drills (7-on-7)

    Holmes, speaking to reporters afterward, offered little insight into his condition, saying only that he’ll return when he gets the go-ahead from the trainers.

  • 1-on-1 with Darrelle Revis
    NFL Network’s Albert Breer talks with New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis about his upcoming season.
  • New York Jets Headline Watch – Tebow Goal Line Dominance
    Checking the accuracy about the Tim Tebow goal line dominance stories today
  • 8/2 Coach Ryan News Conference
    Coach Rex Ryan discusses Thursday’s training camp practice
  • Ty Law: Curtis Martin Always Came to Play
    Martin’s 1st Pro Roommate Will be in Canton on SAT
  • New York Jets Fact Or False: The Tweeter’s Choice Edition
    Chris Gross weekly Fact or False on the New York Jets answers your submitted questions on the team
  • Morning wake-up call: Day 8
    CORTLAND, N.Y. — Thursday should be a fun practice.

    The Jets will be in full pads and, for the first time in camp, they will conduct live goal-line and short-yardage drills. In other words, the pads will be popping and there will be actual hitting. It’s the closest thing to real football you will see in an NFL training camp.

    Players in the spotlight will be QBs Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow (both are scheduled to address the media), WR Santonio Holmes (he sat out the end of Wednesday’s practice with an undisclosed injury) and the entire injury-riddled receiving corps.

  • A Few Things We Have Learned From The Jets Offense
    Here a few things we can observe from the first few days of camp. Sanchez looks to be in the best shape of his career.  When Sanchez drove into Cortland, wearing asleeveless shirt, it was pretty obvious that he had bulked up and was raring to go. Day in and day out every pass that Sanchez [...]
  • Video: Grading Cromartie’s proclamation
    The “Pardon The Interruption” crew grades Antonio Cromartie’s comments about being the Jets’ second-best wide receiver.
  • Jetting in Cortland: 8/1
    Mo, Kenrick, and the D owning the black jerseys thus far

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