Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links June 21, 2013
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- Cro aims to fly higher than ever
During the pre-Cortland hiatus, Antonio Cromartie will host a boot camp for defensive backs, his version of “Jets West.”
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Cromartie will rent a house in California for a week and train with several teammates, including Kyle Wilson, Aaron Berry, Josh Bush and Stephen Hill. It’s the latest example of Cromartie, once perceived as an immature player, growing into the role of a team leader.
- Pace: ‘This is Where I Wanted to Be’
Veteran OLB At Home with the Green & White
- TOJ Podcast Episode 2 – Brian Costello, TJ Rosenthal, Dan Marcus
Episode 2 of the Turn On The Jets Podcast, featuring Brian Costello of the New York Post and TOJ staff members TJ Rosenthal & Dan Marcus
- Tomlinson: Sanchez will win job, but …
Former Jets RB LaDainian Tomlinson believes Mark Sanchez will be the opening-day quarterback, but he’s not offering a ringing endorsement. The future Hall of Famer has serious doubts about his former teammate.
“Mark has to start to trust himself,” Tomlinson, now an NFL Network analyst, said Thursday night on the “NFL Total Access” show. “Mark does a great job in the film room, but when he comes out on the field, he doesn’t trust what he sees out there in terms of coverages and the timing with his receivers.
- Mangold: Sanchez Should Be Jets Starting Quarterback
Nick Mangold made a splash today when he said that he believed his teammates wanted Mark Sanchez to start. Mangold told Bart Hubbuch of the New York Post: “I haven’t walked around with a pen and paper and taken a poll, but from the feeling I get, the locker room wants to win. Whoever gives [...]
- New York Jets – Hard Not To Improve On 2012 Season
It will be difficult for the New York Jets not improve on the 2012 season
- In Nick of time, Mangold takes charge
On the final day of minicamp last week, Rex Ryan talked about Nick Mangold and how “he’s stepped up his leadership. Whether it’s kind of being the elder statesman, him and (D’Brickashaw Ferguson), I see that more from Nick right now. He’s really taken that.”
The Pro Bowl center proved Ryan’s point on Wednesday, giving a frank assessment of the quarterback competition in an interview with the New York Post. What Mangold said was hardly controversial — he basically reiterated what Ryan himself said last week — but it was good to see him take a public stance instead of giving his usual vanilla quotes.