Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links May 20, 2013
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- Woody channels inner Superman
Jets owner Woody Johnson must have read a lot of comic books when he was a kid. Commenting Monday on Mike Goodson’s arrest, Johnson invoked a famous line from “Superman.”
“We’re trying to win games and do the right thing. Truth, justice and the American way,” Johnson told reporters at the NFL meetings in Boston, according to USA Today Sports. “We live by it, we really do.”
Goodson, arrested last Friday on drug and weapons charges, showed up at the team’s facility Monday morning for the first OTA practice, a source said.
- 111-Day New York Jets Warning – Underrated Jeremy Kerley
Counting down the days until the New York Jets season starts with reasons to be excited for 2013…underrated Jeremy Kerley!
- Train Like a Jet Suite Partner Event
Train Like a Jet Suite Partner Event
- Eric Allen: ‘This Might Be Your Break’
Jets Insider, Eric Allen discusses why you should apply to be the next On-Air Reporter.
- Garrard reveals severity of knee injury
The case of David Garrard gets curiouser by the day.
In an interview over the weekend with Peter King of Sports Illustrated, the former Jets QB revealed there wasn’t much cartilage remaining in his balky knee, creating a bone-on-bone condition.
“I couldn’t jog most days,” Garrard said. “I could barely walk around without it hurting. And we weren’t even in the strenuous part of camp yet. I figured, ‘No way I can just take every fourth day off.’ I went to see Rex [Ryan], and I just told him I didn’t think I could do it.
- No Huddle – Welcome The Jets To OTAs Edition
TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on the New York Jets heading into OTAs
- NY Jets News – 05/20/13
Here is some Jets news from various sources on this Monday: Antonio Allen hopes to start at Safety next to Dawan Landry The Jets Blog sheds some light on the Brian Hoyer rumors Here is some audio from a Geno Smith interview Speaking of Geno Smith he says there will be no more playoff talk [...]
- Geno got in ‘trouble’ for playoff talk
A few seconds after being drafted by the Jets, Geno Smith did an on-camera interview and predicted a playoff appearance. He’s not sorry he said it, but that was his last Joe Namath moment, he claimed.
“I’ve already gotten in trouble for saying some things about playoffs and things, which I don’t regret,” Smith said Sunday on SiriusXM Radio, speaking from the NFLPA Rookie Premiere in Los Angeles. “I don’t think I’ll go as far as being as bold as Joe was.