Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links March 5, 2013
Post Header Text
- New York Jets – Under The Radar Players
Mike Donnelly on under the radar New York Jets who will have bigger roles in 2013
- 3/4 Season Ticket Holder Conference Call
GM John Idzik and Head Coach Rex Ryan hold a Q&A session with season ticket holders
- Turn On The Jets NFL Mock Draft 2.0
Chris Gross with the Turn On The Jets post combine 2013 NFL Mock Draft.
- NFL Draft – Top 5 Offensive Players By Position
Zev Sibony ranks the top 5 players at each position for the upcoming NFL Draft
- Darrelle Revis Talks Trade Rumors, Coach Ryan And Sanchez During Interview
New York Jets All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis was interviewed by Seattle Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson on RealRobReports.com. Revis touched upon the progress of his injured knee, feelings on trade rumors and relationship with head coach Rex Ryan along with the Jets organization. “It’s going well just taking it day-by-day and trying to improve that’s really [...]
- Revis says it ‘doesn’t matter’ where he plays
As a multi-part interview, Darrelle Revis-Michael Robinson won’t be remembered with Frost-Nixon in terms of impact on our culture, but Part II of the Revis-Robinson sitdown contains a few noteworthy sound bites from the Jets’ star cornerback.
Once again, Revis openly wonders if he’ll be back with the Jets. More importantly, he doesn’t seem to care if he’s traded.
“Revis Island will be back on the field soon,” he told the “Real Rob Report,” an online sports show.
- JetNation Radio Call-In Live 3/5 at 8pm
JetNation Radio, Tuesday, March 5th @8pm: (Click Here for link) Join your host Dennis Agapito ( (@JetNationRadio) and Tyson Rauch (@TRauch21) for another exciting episode of JetNation Radio . This week they’ll be discussing the most important position on the football field, the quarterback position, and the many options facing the Jets. Will Mark Sanchez [...]
- Revis dreams of San Francisco treat
With trade rumors swirling, Darrelle Revis told a web-based sports show that reports of him being shopped “really hit home.” At the same time, the Jets’ star cornerback fueled the speculation by commenting on what it would be like to play for the San Francisco 49ers, one of the teams that may have interest in him.
“For me, looking at their roster and their team, I would just be an addition to help them win that trophy,” Revis told Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson, who hosts “The Real Rob Report” show on the Internet.
- Turn On The Jets 2013 Free Agency Primer 1.0
Turn On The Jets with a preview of how the New York Jets could handle free agency, which begins on March 12th – Version 1.0
- No surprise: Jets don’t play tag
From the no-brainer department: The Jets opted not to use their franchise tag before the 4 p.m. deadline.
There had been some faint rumblings they’d use the tag on tight end Dustin Keller, but that would’ve cost them $6.066 million, eating up a nice chunk of valuable cap space. Personally, I think the Jets should try to re-sign Keller — he’d be a good fit in Marty Mornhinweg’s West Coast offense — but they will let him hit the open market. Except for a scouting-combine meeting with his agent and the Jets, Keller hasn’t heard a thing from the team about its plans for him.