Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links April 15, 2013
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- Revis Gets Positive MRI Results, Shows Up For Jets Offseason Workouts
Today was the start of the New York Jets voluntary workouts and star cornerback Darrelle Revis was in attendance after having an MRI on his injured knee. It appears the results were positive: Revis received good news Monday morning from surgeon Dr. Russell Warren, who told Revis he is ahead of schedule and cleared him [...]
- New York Jets – Positive Early Returns On Idzik
New York Jets fans should be optimistic about the early returns on new GM John Idzik
- NFL Business Analyst Joel Corry Talks NY Jets – JetNation Radio 4/16 at 8pm
All new episode of JetNation Radio: April 16th at 8pm. Call in live (646) 716-4697 - (Click here for link or to listen on demand) Former sports agent, National Football Post and CBSsports.com contributor Joel Corry lends his expert NFL business insight with JetNation Radio hosts Dennis Agapito and Tyson Rauch regarding many issues facing [...]
- Busy day: Revis OK, Tebow here, ‘Tone not
Catching you up on Monday’s developments with the Jets, who began their off-season program:
1. Revis update: As expected, Darrelle Revis reported at 8 a.m. to the Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan, where he met with his knee surgeon, Dr. Russell Warren, the Giants’ orthopedist. Revis underwent an MRI exam and it confirmed that he’s on schedule in his rehab, according to a source. Revis was cleared to begin running without restriction.
Will this have any impact on trade talks with the Bucs?
- Analyzing the O: Help needed everywhere
The numbers resemble a zip code: 0, 9, 7, 7, 9. In reality, they represent the Jets’ point total in five games last season.
In an era of wide-open passing attacks and high-scoring shootouts, the Jets trotted out a sorry offense that was reminiscent of the Rich Kotite daze. Rex Ryan took some responsibility, claiming he failed to establish an offensive identity, but the problem went beyond that.
It’s a talent issue. The Jets need playmakers and they need a quarterback who can galvanize his supporting cast.
- No Huddle – New York Jets Off-Season Workouts Edition
TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on the New York Jets various issues heading into off-season workouts
- Jets draft preview: Quarterback
This is the first installment in a position-by-position analysis of the Jets as they prepare for the draft:
Depth chart: Mark Sanchez, David Garrard, Greg McElroy, Tim Tebow, Matt Simms
Total salary-cap charge (Positional rank): $17.52 million (4th).
Scouting report: For the first time since 2009, Mark Sanchez’s rookie year, the Jets have an open quarterback battle. Assuming Sanchez returns, his main competition is Garrard, 35, who is trying to resurrect his career after sitting out two seasons.