Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links March 16, 2013
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- Jets Not Raising Ticket Prices
When you are a football fan and you watch your team suffer through a 6 and 10 season, there isn’t much to be happy about. For season ticket holders the consolation prize is that the team simply can not raise ticket prices based on that kind of performance. From the NY Post: The New York [...]
- Revis collects $1 million
Darrelle Revis made $55 million in his first six seasons. Now he’s up to $56 million.
Per a clause in his contract, the Jets’ star cornerback earned a $1 million roster bonus Saturday. Revis won’t actually receive the money until later in the calendar year, but it belongs to him and, yes, it now counts on the salary cap.
The only way for the Jets to have avoided the bonus was to cut or trade him before Saturday. Maybe you heard, there’s a chance he may be traded.
- DT Antonio Garay Joins Jets
The Jets have continued to make moves during free agency today signing running back Mike Goodson, offensive lineman Willie Colon and now defensive tackle Antonio Garay to a one-year deal: Former Chargers DT Antonio Garay agreed to a one-year deal with NY Jets. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 15, 2013 Garay appeared in eight games [...]
- Jets sign ex-Charger Garay
After a short stint on the Jets practice squad in 2009, DT Antonio Garay is headed back to the Big Apple.
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According to Adam Schefter, the ex-Charger agreed to a one-year deal with the Jets in a move to add depth to New York’s defensive line following the departures of Sione Pouha and Mike DeVito.
Garay, a native of Rahway, N.J., left the Jets practice squad in the middle of the 2009-10 season and signed with the Chargers, where he spent 3 1/2 seasons.
- Jets take a gamble, sign LG Colon
Big Willie Colon is coming home.
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Int0The former Steelers guard, who grew up in the Bronx and attended Hofstra, signed a one-year, $1.2 million contract Friday with the Jets, according to a source. Colon (6-foot-3, 315 pounds) is a potential starter.
The Jets were in the market for a low-cost insurance policy at guard. Last year’s starters, Brandon Moore and Matt Slauson, are free agents.
- Jets Sign Veteran Lineman Colon
The New York Jets and general manager John Idzik have made another free agent roster move today. After signing running back Mike Goodson to a three-year $6.9 million contract they also picked up offensive lineman Willie Colon who got a one-year $1.2 million deal. Colon, age 30, was a fourth round pick of the Pittsburgh [...]
- New York Jets Sign Willie Colon To Start At Guard
The New York Jets signed former Pittsburgh Steelers OL Willie Colon