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Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links February 15, 2013

Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links February 15, 2013
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  • New York Jets – Keep LaRon Landry?
    Should the New York Jets keep LaRon Landry?
  • Cavanaugh: Tebow should’ve played more
    Both Rex Ryan and former GM Mike Tannenbaum have expressed disappointment that the Tim Tebow trade didn’t produce better results last season, but neither has gone so far as to say they erred by not playing him more. No one from the 2012 braintrust has said that.

    Until now.
    Tim Tebow
    #15 QBNew York Jets
    2012 STATS

    Att8
    Comp6
    Yds39
    TD0
    Int0
    Rat84.9

    Former quarterbacks coach Matt Cavanaugh, fired after the season, told Chicago reporters Thursday that Tebow deserved more playing time.

  • New York Jets Potential Draft Targets: Defensive End/Outside Linebacker
    In continuation with our positional breakdowns of potential NFL Draft prospects for the New York Jets, we turn our attention to a position in dire need of a substantial upgrade. Today, our draft team provides a breakdown of the top five potential 3-4 defensive end/outside linebackers that could be selected by the Jets in April’s …

    Read “New York Jets Potential Draft Targets: Defensive End/Outside Linebacker”

  • Revis update: Two months from field work
    Darrelle Revis, four months removed from major knee surgery, could return to football-related activities in a couple of months, according to his personal defensive-back trainer.

    Will Sullivan, who works out of the Arizona-based facility where Revis trains in the offseason, told the Star-Ledger of Newark the Jets’ star cornerback is on schedule in his recovery. Once the medical people give the okay, Sullivan
    will take the rehab to the field.

    “For me, I think I’m thumbs up in April.

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