Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links February 11, 2013
Post Header Text
- Thomas enters court-sponsored program
After an arrest for assaulting his wife in October, Jets linebacker Bryan Thomas entered Morris County’s Pre-Trial Intervention program Monday in New Jersey, according to a report in the Daily Record.
The news of Thomas’ arrest became public last month. He was charged with aggravated assault of his wife, possession of under 50 grams of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia and 20 tablets of hydrocodone.
PTI, as the program is known, allows first-time offenders to adhere to certain rules in exchange for having the charges expunged from the record.
- Jets QB possibilities, minus Vick
Michael Vick was never seriously in the mix to come to the Jets, and now that he has signed a one-year extension with the Eagles and new coach Chip Kelly, the hopes that Vick would challenge or overtake Mark Sanchez for the Jets starting job have vanished.
Still, someone will challenge Sanchez. New Jets general manager John Idzik is set on a quarterback competition with Sanchez, who underperformed in 2012 but will still be part of the Jets’ future with an immovable $8.
- Martin Made an Impression on his Teammates
Jets Hall of Fame RB is remembered by fellow alums. Originally aired on Jets Flight Plan, 9/9/12.
- Sanchez Not Approached By Jets For Restructure
There has been a rumor saying that the New York Jets have approached quarterback Mark Sanchez about restructuring his contract. Sanchez was given a contract extension in March 2012 guaranteeing his 2013 salary of $8.25 million and leaving the team with a huge cap hit if the Jets were to release him. The Jets Blog [...]
- NY Jets Potential FA Signing Schwartz
The New York Jets offensive line might be going through a transition next season as both guards Matt Slauson and Brandon Moore are set to become unrestricted free agents. 2010 round two draft pick Vladimir Ducasse was being groomed to replace Slauson playing part-time at left guard in 2012. Moore will be 33 going into [...]
- No Huddle – February Hibernation Edition
TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on the issues surrounding the New York Jets in the “quiet” time of the NFL year
- Positional analysis: Defensive line
This is part six in a nine-part analysis of the Jets — a position-by-position breakdown as we head toward the scouting combine and free agency:
2012 depth chart: Muhammad Wilkerson (starter), Mike DeVito (starter), Sione Po’uha (starter), Quinton Coples, Kenrick Ellis, Damon Harrison.
Overview: This is one of the few areas in recent years where the Jets have drafted well — specifically, we’re talking about their last two first-round picks.
- The Double-Standard Towards PEDs In Sports
Frank Giasone discusses the double standard of the attitude towards PEDs in football compared to baseball