Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links May 16, 2013
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- Joe McKnight Doesn’t Appreciate Questioning His Roster Spot
Florham Park, NJ - With the recent additions of running backs Mike Goodson and Chris Ivory there has been a lot of speculation about Joe McKnight’s future with the team. If you’re of the opinion that McKnight will be the odd man out and lose his roster spot, McKnight has a message for you and any [...]
- Cromartie talks about life after Revis
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Antonio Cromartie wasn’t happy when he first learned that fellow cornerback Darrelle Revis was going to be traded.
“It sucks,” Cromartie told the New York Daily News, just before the deal officially went down.
On Thursday, addressing a full contingent of reporters for the first time since the April 21 trade, Cromartie sounded more resigned to the move.
“You just gotta move forward. You can’t pout about it,” Cromartie said.
- Coples on Rex’s criticism: ‘I agree with him’
It was far from inevitable that Chelsea would triumph in the Europa League final against Benfica on Wednesday night — but it felt inevitable that if they triumphed, it would be in a dramatic manner.
From a Chelsea perspective, Branislav Ivanovic’s superb late header brought back memories of Didier Drogba’s last-gasp equaliser against Bayern last May. But from a Premier League point of view, there were other comparisons, for English clubs have made a habit of winning European competitions in unlikely fashion since the introduction of the Premier League.
- 115-Day New York Jets Warning – Muhammad Wilkerson Is A Beast
Our new series at Turn On The Jets, counting down the days until the New York Jets season starts with reasons to be excited for 2013
- “Let it play out”
- David, We Hardly Knew Ya
- Post-Garrard, Jets must keep Mark Sanchez
If there was any doubt about the immediate future of quarterback Mark Sanchez with the New York Jets, all questions should have been answered Wednesday.
Sanchez and his $8.25 million guaranteed salary will remain in New York through the entire 2013 season. Veteran quarterback David Garrard’s decision to walk away from the Jets due to a balky knee sealed any possibility of New York releasing Sanchez. New York’s quarterback competition has been reduced to four quarterbacks.
- Garrard out of QB competition
David Garrard is leaving the New York Jets, just two months after joining the team.
“Having to call it quits. My knee is not holding up. Continuing to swell after practices. Limiting what I can do,” said Garrard, in a text message to SiriusXM radio host Adam Schein on Wednesday.
The Jets signed Garrard back in March, as a potential alternative at quarterback to Mark Sanchez. The 35-year-old hadn’t played in an NFL game the past two seasons because of back and knee injuries.
- New York Jets – David Garrard Retires, Overreaction Ensues
New York Jets quarterback David Garrard retired because of knee issues today, how will the Jets move forward at quarterback?
- Cribbs signs with Raiders
Josh Cribbs isn’t coming to New York.
The 29-year-old free agent wide receiver/kick returner visited with both the Jets and the Giants last week. But he signed with the Oakland Raiders on Wednesday.
Cribbs, a three-time Pro Bowler, has 11 career touchdowns on kick returns. But is he coming off a knee injury.
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- Quarterback David Garrard Knee Injury Forcing Retirement From Jets
According to NFL.com veteran quarterback David Garrard will not remain a member of the New York Jets this season: The New York Jets have consistently said all offseason they will hold a genuine competition at quarterback this offseason. It’s a competition that many folks thought David Garrard could win, if he stayed healthy. But it [...]
- New York Jets – Formula For A Competitive Season?
Joe Caporoso on the New York Jets formula for being more competitive than expected this season