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Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links April 29, 2013

Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links April 29, 2013
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  • Jets make non-Tebow moves
    File this under “transactions overshadowed by Tim Tebow’s release.”

    The Jets announced the contract extension for newly-acquired RB Chris Ivory, who signed a three-year deal for about $10 million, as widely reported on Saturday. Ivory was acquired last Friday in a trade with the Saints, who received the Jets’ fourth-round pick.

    The team also formally announced the signing of free-agent G Stephen Peterman, who agreed to a one-year contract last week.

  • What’s next for Tebow? Patriots?
    Soon after arriving last spring, Tim Tebow, in casual conversation with reporters, revealed he had changed the name of his dog, a Rhodesian ridgeback, to fit his new city. The dog, known as “Bronco” in Denver, became known as “Bronx.”

    Is there a new name in the dog’s future?

    Tebow, released Monday in a long-anticipated move by the Jets, is a free agent. Where will he end up? Will he find a job in the NFL? Just a hunch here, but I wouldn’t be shocked if he landed with the Patriots.

  • Photo gallery: Tebow’s Top 10 Moments

    Rich Barnes/US PresswireTim Tebow’s days in a New York Jets uniform have come to an end. looks back on his Big Apple experience. Check out our Top 10 Photo Gallery.

  • No Huddle – New Day For New York Jets Edition
    TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on the New York Jets moving into a new era
  • Timeline: Tebow has left the building
    A look back at the highlights (all three of them) and lowlights (too many to count) of Tim Tebow’s brief time in New York:

    March 19 — Coach Rex Ryan and general manager Mike Tannenbaum are sipping on Ben & Jerry’s milkshakes at Newark Airport, waiting for a flight to the North Carolina pro day, when Tannenbaum broaches the idea of trading for Tebow. Peyton Manning is on the verge of signing with the Denver Broncos, so Tannenbaum figures Tebow will be available.

  • Tebow: Worst. Move. Ever.
    Trading to get Tim Tebow was the worst personnel move in the history of the New York Jets.

    That’s right, the worst. Read the column here.


  • Jets Release Tim Tebow
    The Tim Tebow-New York Jet, experiment is officially over.
    Once the Jets selected Geno Smith with the 39th overall pick in the draft many had assumed it was the end for Mark Sanchez and his time with the Jets, but as it turns out it’s Tebow who is left without a job.
    Now the question becomes, can [...]
  • It’s official: Jets release Tim Tebow
    One year after bringing Tim Tebow to Broadway, creating a nationwide fascination that slowly evolved into a salacious controversy, the New York Jets made the long-anticipated move Monday of releasing one of the NFL’s most popular players.

    The Jets confirmed the release in a three-paragraph news release, a long way from his Super Bowl-sized news conference last March.

    “We have a great deal of respect for Tim Tebow,” coach Rex Ryan said. “Unfortunately, things did not work out the way we all had hoped.

  • Jets Release Quarterback Tim Tebow
    According to Brian Costello of the New York Post quarterback Tim Tebow has been released from the New York Jets: Source: The jets have released Tim Tebow #NYJ — Brian Costello (@BrianCoz) April 29, 2013   Tebow spent one tumultuous season with the Jets after they acquired him via trade from the Denver Broncos in [...]
  • New York Jets Post Draft Retrospective
    A post NFL Draft retrospective on the status of the New York Jets
  • Down But Not Out
    Bob Glauber from Newsday is reporting that the Jets will let Mark Sanchez compete for a starting job, and that they will not be releasing him. League source: #Jets expected to retain QB Mark Sanchez into preseason, let him compete for starting job. Sanchez to show up for work tomw. — Bob Glauber (@BobGlauber) April [...]
  • Draft analysis: Putting it into perspective
    Some day-after thoughts on the Jets’ draft:

    DELAY OF GAME: You’d like to think GM John Idzik has a plan for his six-pack of quarterbacks and, for the sake of those involved, he should execute it quickly — or at least clarify it. It does no good to leave them hanging in limbo, and it perpetuates the “circus” perception that irks so many in the organization. Ironically, the one with the most security is rookie Geno Smith. The other five are in the dark, wondering about their role — or if they’ll have a role.

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