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Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links June 4, 2013

Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links June 4, 2013
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  • On-Air Reporter: A Dream Job
    Jets SVP of Sales and Marketing, Marc Riccio explains why being an On-Air Reporter is a dream job
  • Jets contracts by length
    Breaking down the Jets’ roster, based on length of contracts:

    * – Starter/potential starter

  • Jeremy Kerley, secret superstar
    The web site, ProFootballFocus.com, has named WR/PR Jeremy Kerley as the Jets’ “secret superstar.” PFF, which relies heavily on statistics, picks a secret star for every team, looking for unheralded players with surprising numbers.

    Jeremy Kerley
    #11 WRNew York Jets
    2012 STATS

    Rec56
    Yds827
    TD2
    Avg14.8
    Long66
    YAC312

    Most fans recognize Kerley’s ability as a slot receiver, but PFF dropped an interesting stat that highlights his under-rated ability as a vertical threat.

  • Jets And Giants Unite Against Mall
    The Jets and Giants usually don’t always see eye to eye.  Steve Tisch thinks the Jets ruined Tim Tebow’s career, the Jets disagree.  Back in the days before the new stadium, the Jets and Giants had a hard time agreeing over exactly how many port-o-potty’s should be in the parking lot. These disagreements are all [...]
  • Rex On Joe Namath’s Comments
    This one is a few days old, but Rex Ryan spoke to the media late last week about Joe Namath.  Specifically about Namath’s comments on the Jets organization being deceptive. The thing I will mention about Joe Namath, not only with Jets organization, but the National Football League, he was huge. I think for the [...]
  • 97-Day New York Jets Warning – Santonio Holmes Is Back
    Counting down the days until the Jets season starts with reasons to be excited for 2013…Santonio Holmes is back
  • New York Jets – Establishing The “Middle Class”
    Can the New York Jets re-establish the “middle class” of their roster?

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