Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links June 6, 2013
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- JTL Davis: ‘Prepared to Do It All’
As 2nd-Year LB Steps Into a Starting Role, Demario Has Become Stronger to Play the Run
- Long odds don’t faze Jets’ Jake McDonough
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Defensive end Jake McDonough is one of the few undrafted free agents to make the transition from the rookie minicamp to a spot on the Jets’ roster as OTAs wear on.
Life is tenuous there, but no matter what happens, McDonough counts himself as lucky. Just four years ago, a mysterious illness nearly took him out of competition altogether.
“I had a few offers to play college ball and I chose Iowa State,” McDonough recalled.
- Jets Players Bond over Paintball
- New York Jets UDFA Profile – Rontez Miles DB
Dalbin Osorio breaks down New York Jets UDFA Rontez Miles strengths and weaknesses along with his chances of making the final roster.
- Five things we learned at OTAs
The Jets’ 10th and final OTA practice session was scheduled for Thursday morning, but they took the day off for a team outing: paintball. Some thoughts and observations on the OTAs, based on the three practices that were open to the media:
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Rat66.91. No slack for Sanchez: Mark Sanchez has won 37 games for this franchise, including four playoff victories, but none of that matters anymore.
- Naming a QB: Sooner or Later?
- Richardson brings intriguing mix to OTAs
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Learning all the intricacies of the different positions on the defensive line has Jets first-round pick Sheldon Richardson feeling like he’s back at the University of Missouri.
“It’s like college a little bit, but way more intense and a whole lot faster,” Richardson said Wednesday. “I’m adjusting to it on the fly and I’m starting to get a little more fluid out there. The game’s starting to slowly come into my own, but it will take a while.
- Wide Receiver Woes
Wide receiver is a position that most Jets fans are concerned about as the team prepares for the 2013 season. Rex said today that Santonio Holmes might not be ready for the beginning of training camp. Jeremy Kerley seems ready to break out under new offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg. The depth beyond Holmes and Kerley [...]
- June 5th OTA Roundup
Florham Park, NJ- Today marked the third and final day of voluntary OTAs that the media was able to watch and the last day of media presence until next week’s mini-camps starts.
The receiving core continues to be ravaged by injuries as the top three receivers, Santonio Holmes, Stephen Hill and Jeremy Kerley all had to sit [...]
- Sanchez “Having One of His Best Offseasons”
Veteran QB Comfortable with Mornhinweg and the West Coast System
- Holmes could start camp on PUP list
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — New York Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes could start training camp on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list, according to Jets head coach Rex Ryan.
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Holmes would have to pass his physical before he could start practicing. The veteran is rehabbing a Lisfranc injury that required two surgeries and limited him to just four games in 2012.
- NY Jets 6/5 OTA Practice Recap
The New York Jets continue their offseason practices today, which wrap up tomorrow, with mandatory minicamp taking place June 11-13. The quarterback competition was on again and while neither QB took control Mark Sanchez was 9-of-19 (47% COMP) while Geno Smith went 5-of-9 (55% COMP) with an interception: Sanchez 9 of 19. Geno 5 of [...]
- Goodson misses Wednesday OTAs
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — New York Jets running back Mike Goodson did not attend Wednesday’s organized team activity because he has a stomach virus, according to his lawyer, Anthony J. Fusco.
Jets coach Rex Ryan said he expects Goodson, who is facing five counts of weapon and drug charges dating to his May 17 arrest, will be at the team’s three-day minicamp beginning June 11.
Ryan was aware that Goodson would not be present Wednesday, and didn’t believe Goodson would attend Thursday.
- 6/5 Rex: "There’s a Lot of Competition Out There"
Head Coach Rex Ryan addresses the media following practice on 6/5/13 at Atlantic Health Jets Training Center
- Practice notes: Sanchez, Geno struggle
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Thoughts and observations from Wednesday’s practice, the final OTA session open to the media:
1. Shades of 2012: With their top four wide receivers sitting out team drills because of injuries, the Jets’ offense was a mess. It’s hard to conduct a pass-oriented practice when the top receivers are players with little or no experience. As a result, Mark Sanchez (9-for-19) and rookie Geno Smith (5-for-9, one interception) struggled.
- New York Jets Building An Elite Defense From The Inside Out
Connor Rogers on the New York Jets building their defense from the inside out
- New York Jets UDFA Profile – Mike Edwards DB
Cole Patterson breaks down New York Jets undrafted free agent Mike Edwards, a cornerback from Hawaii
- JetNation Podcast: Latest NY Jets Headlines And Roster Analysis
During the latest episode of JetNation Radio: Hosts Dennis Agapito and Tyson Rauch evaluate the Jets roster in depth before minicamp begins. Next episode: June 11th (Breaking down minicamp)
- Jets Vs Ravens Road Trip
The Jets will be in Baltimore on Sunday 11/24 to take on the Ravens. JetNation has put together a travel package and this is your invitation to join other JetNation die-hard fans and catch the action in person. We have made group reservations so you can travel to and from the game with Jets fans! [...]
- Coples Not Worried about Tight Ends
- Turn On The Jets Film Room – Jeff Cumberland – Capable Starter?
The Turn On The Jets film room breaks down tight end Jeff Cumberland. Can he be a capable full time starter for the New York Jets?
- Jets Schedule Breakdown: 1st Quarter
Will It be a September to Remember for the Jets? Eric Allen Breaks Down the First 4 Games