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    Getty New York Jets quarterback Joe Flacco throwing a pass during an NFL game. So there is good news and bad news for the New York Jets. On the positive side, they came out of the season opener without any injuries to report. However, the unluckiness of the injuries hit Gang Green during the last handful of weeks. Mekhi Becton was once again lost for the season. The guy that was signed to replace him, Duane Brown, was placed on injured reserve ahead of the Baltimore Ravens game which rules him out for a minimum of four games. That leaves the Jets dangerously thin on the offensive line and that apparently will force the team’s hand here mid-season. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! A Never-Ending Search for Hog Mollies Play VideoVideo related to jets ‘looking for more help’ on free agent market: report2022-09-13T19:21:17-04:00 Doug Kyed, an NFL reporter for Pro Football Focus, shared on Twitter that the Jets “are looking for more...
    Ukrainian pilots have been filmed completing Top Gun-style stunts in the air over their war-torn country to the soundtrack of the iconic 1980s film. Video released by the Ministry of Defence (MoD) yesterday shows the nation's top guns gliding effortlessly and even spinning upside in the air. Kenny Loggins' Top Gun song Danger Zone plays in the background, making the viral clip's inspiration unmistakable. The video was released to mark Ukraine's Aviation Day, which fell yesterday. The incredible footage shared by Ukraine's Ministry of Defence was set to the 1980s tune Kyiv has hoped to use the valiance of its pilots to convince America to send more fighter jets Other audacious stunts pulled off by the country's pilots included helicopters flying under telephone lines. But the clip posted by the Ukrainian MoD was also intended to persuade the United States to sell Kyiv F-16 fighter jets. The US Air Force in July said it would consider sending the highly advanced warplanes for use in Zelensky's army - but this month confirmed that would not happen. The Pentagon instead announced a new...
    Most university students find it's enough of a challenge to drag themselves to lectures and hand in essays on time.  But not high-achieving Princess Elisabeth of Belgium, 20, who juggles her degree in history and politics in Oxford with military training back home.  The future queen spent the last weekend of her Easter holiday at a training course in Leopoldsburg, near the Dutch border.  HRH reporting for duty! Princess Elisabeth of Belgium, 20, juggles her degree in history and politics in Oxford with military training back home. The future queen spent the last weekend of her Easter holiday at a training course in Leopoldsburg, near the Dutch border, pictured Leadership: The Belgian royal family released photographs of Elisabeth in face paint and camouflage combat gear as she joined fellow trainee soldiers to learn essential skills Talented: Princess Elisabeth enrolled at Lincoln College, Oxford, last October. The Belgian royal family released a series of photos of the royal on campus, including the one above The Belgian royal family released photographs of Elisabeth in face paint and camouflage combat gear as she joined...
    (CNN)After two weeks of unity surrounding the Biden administration's swift and sweeping response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, patience is quickly thinning on Capitol Hill, with Republicans -- and even some Democrats -- challenging the administration to go further to help Ukrainian allies under attack. The tension comes as the administration has exhausted some of its most obvious tools to rein in Russian aggression. Debilitating sanctions, humanitarian aid, military support and diplomatic efforts have all been used in conjunction with Europe in the lead-up to and opening days of Russia's war, which slowed but has not stopped Moscow's assault on Ukrainian cities and civilians. Now there are mostly hard choices ahead as the US weighs whether to take even further steps amid risks of escalating tensions between Russia and NATO. On Thursday, lawmakers in multiple committee meetings criticized the Biden administration's decision to reject a Polish offer to send fighter jets to Ukraine through the United States and a German air base. Several senators on the Foreign Relations Committee blasted the administration for not acting immediately to help facilitate the...
    The Miami Dolphins’ strengths this season have been Zach Wilson’s weaknesses. In 2021, the Dolphins have thrived at blitzing quarterbacks and playing man coverage. Coincidentally, those are two areas Wilson has ultimately struggled with. The Jets and Wilson will meet the Dolphins in Miami on Sunday. If Gang Green hopes to leave Miami with an upset win, they’ll need Wilson — who’ll be playing the Dolphins for the first time — to improve soon. Those two issues for Wilson can be fixed simply by remembering the fundamentals. Wilson’s footwork through his drop has, at times, been good; When Wilson’s pre-snap and post snap progression line up, he fires it for a completion. That was evident when Wilson threw for two touchdowns and completed 66% of his passes in the first half of the Jets’ Week 13 game against the Eagles. Good fundamentals lead to good results. But when Wilson goes through his drop and gets stuck on a receiver for a tick too long, he ends up moving to his second read and rushes the throw...
    Getty Davis Webb #7 of the Buffalo Bills throws the ball against the Detroit Lions during the third quarter of a preseason game at Ford Field on August 13, 2021 in Detroit, Michigan. The Buffalo Bills (5-3) are desperately trying to turn things around before taking on the New York Jets in Week 10. While the Bills are heavily favored to beat the Jets (2-6), after the team’s embarrassing loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars last week, head coach Sean McDermott is moving forward with a take-no-prisoners approach. Unfortunately, the Bills’ roster is struggling to stay healthy. On Thursday, Buffalo made a flurry of moves to make up for the numerous injured players, including signing cornerback Cam Lewis to the active roster to replace Justin Zimmer, whose season-ending knee injury moved him to the injured reserve for the remainder of the season. ALL the latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bills! .@buffalobills roster moves ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/PCiuQEPXOL — Buffalo Bills PR (@BuffaloBillsPR) November 11, 2021 However, McDermott’s...
    Just as the private jets of the global elites swarm to Davos, Switzerland, every year for the World Economic Forum, so too are they descending on Glasgow for this week’s COP26 climate conference. The Sunday Mail reports some 400 private jets are due to disgorge their cargo of world leaders and business executives for the event. In doing so, they will dump thousands of tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere. Joe Biden’s Air Force One, a heavily modified Boeing 747-200, is expected to touch down in Scotland later today after the short hop from Rome – one of two identical aircraft the U.S. president’s entourage uses to travel around the world. It will be far from alone on the tarmac. The French Cotam 001, Canadian Air Force VIP, German Konrad Adenauer, Japanese Air Force One, Air India One, Australia’s Shark One, and Israeli Wing of Zion are among others scheduled to arrive for the meeting. China Joe reiterated that John Kerry is "leading" the countrys upcoming global warming effort despite his private jet usage. https://t.co/IGhD0f0PmE — Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) September 10,...
    Getty New York Jets wide receiver Denzel Mims gets a first down on October 10, 2021. We’ve done a ton of Denzel Mims coverage in 2021. The New York Jets’ second-rounder from a year ago has not received playing time in Mike LaFleur’s offense, which is odd considering the franchise’s situation. They’re in the midst of a rebuild and the coaching staff has emphasized developing the youth. The Baylor product should be included in that category but instead, it’s felt like the team has made a concerted effort to keep him off the field. A recent Jeff Smith concussion has helped Mims find his way onto the active gameday roster, but that hasn’t exactly solved the issue. Snaps and targets are still few and far between for the second-year player and that means his opportunities are limited. During the first half of the 27-20 Week 5 defeat in London, Mims was riding the bench once again when a teammate publicly advocated for him to receive more looks. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy...
    2 doses of J&J vaccine provide 94% protection, study says; US reaches death toll of Spanish flu: COVID-19 updates Election reform in the states is not all doom and gloom Spend $500, Pocket $200 Fast with This Top Card Ad Microsoft Refi Rates at 1.93% APR. Do you qualify? Ad Microsoft Get Paid $200 by Signing Up for This New Card (Yeah, Seriously) Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/39 SLIDES © Clint Brewer Photography/A.I.M / BACKGRID Anya Taylor-Joy jets out of Los Angeles on Sept. 20, 2021.
    To cut the climate impacts of music, artists and bands should swap private jets for trains and festivals should be looking to generate more renewable energy. These are among the recommendations of a new roadmap for 'super low carbon live music' published by experts from the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research. The analysis was commissioned by the English electronic band Massive Attack — and based on data collected during their last tour back in 2019. In response to the findings, Massive Attack have announced that they will be trialling a number of emissions reduction plans during their 2022 tour.  Following this, they will be bringing all of the findings together in a major UK testbed live show in order to encourage other artists to follow suit. The band is also teaming up with industrialist Dale Vince's green energy firm, Ecotricity, to form bespoke partnerships with various music arenas and venues. Plans include increasing the UK grid's renewable energy capacity, training event staff to run sustainable operations and to introduce vegan food options at events. As much of reducing emissions is about...
    More from: Steve Serby Playing Saquon Barkley in the preseason would be folly for Giants Jets fans only can hope Zach Wilson will be better than this Kadarius Toney can become dangerous weapon Giants have waited for Jets Cameron Clarks injury reminder football can end suddenly Giants Dexter Lawrence doing whatever it takes to be legendary Elijah Moore walks toward you with a smile that remains frozen on his face — and tattoos seemingly everywhere. You ask him which one is his favorite, and he begins the tattoo tour this way: “I got my mom’s name.” Elisa, on the back of his left hand. PEACE, in the middle, above his stomach. Jeremiah 2:11, on his left pec. Mary, on his right pec: “When you think of Mary, you just think of like the mother, you think of the protector besides God,” he says. Moore, on his right shoulder. Poux, on his left shoulder. “I’m a Moore,” he says, “my mom’s a Poux.” Forever, under his right biceps, Ambitious, under his left biceps. He is still looking down as he...
    Frank Gore is now part of running back royalty. The 37-year-old New York Jets running back became the third player in NFL history to rush for more than 16,000 yards. Gore had 14 carries for 48 yards in the Jets’ 23-16 victory over the Cleveland Browns. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Gore joined Pro Football Hall of Famers Emmitt Smith and Walter Payton as the only running backs to accomplish make the 16,000 yards threshold. He reached the milestone on a 4-yard run in the third quarter of the game on Sunday afternoon. Gore played in his 240th NFL game last Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams, which set another mark passing Lorenzo Neal for the most games by a running back in league history. BROWNS' PLAYOFF CHANCES TAKE HIT WITH 23-16 LOSS TO JETS He also scored the 100th touchdown of his career against the Rams, tying Hall of Famers Curtis Martin and Franco Harris for the 11th-most by a running back on the league’s all-time list. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Gore...
    The Tank for Trevor sweepstakes is in full gear. According to many, Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence is the most polished, NFL-ready quarterback the league has seen since Peyton Manning and Andrew Luck, leaving teams at the top of the draft order ready to go all out to secure that top pick. To that end, the 2020 NFL season has produced minimal surprises regarding who is at the top, with the team that lands the No. 1 overall pick likely choosing the Tigers’ young-buck passer.  We have a new horse in the lead, and it only took until Week 15: The Jacksonville Jaguars are now back in the No. 1 overall slot for the time being after the Jets inexplicably won, handing the Rams a 23-20 home loss on Sunday afternoon, pushing their record to 1-13. Based on strength of schedule, the Jags now slip into that No. 1 overall spot despite matching New York’s record.  With just two games left to play for both squads, could we see “any given Sunday” play out again, or will Jacksonville and New York hold steady as...
    CHICAGO -- Boeing Co. reported more cancellations for its 737 Max jet, which this week is scheduled to carry paying passengers for the first time since the planes were grounded 21 months ago after two deadly crashes.Boeing said orders for 88 of the planes were canceled in November, pushing the total to 536 for the year.The company reported 27 orders for the plane, although 25 were a new order by Virgin Australia that replaced an earlier, larger order for 48 Max jets that was scrubbed, accounting for a majority of the month's cancellations. The November figures don't include Irish carrier Ryanair's announcement last week that it will order 75 more Max jets.Boeing said it delivered seven commercial jets during November, mostly cargo planes to UPS, FedEx, DHL and others, bringing total deliveries in 2020 to 118. European rival Airbus delivered 64 planes in November and 477 for the year.RELATED: Boeing should not get federal assistance 'without further strings attached,' argue bereaved Ethiopian Airlines 737 Max crash familiesAn analyst for financial-services firm Cowen, Cai von Rumohr, called Boeing's latest report on...
    (AP) — Boeing Co. reported more cancellations for its 737 Max jet, which this week is scheduled to carry paying passengers for the first time since the planes were grounded 21 months ago after two deadly crashes. Boeing said orders for 88 of the planes were canceled in November, pushing the total to 536 for the year. The company reported 27 orders for the plane, although 25 were a new order by Virgin Australia that replaced an earlier, larger order for 48 Max jets that was scrubbed, accounting for a majority of the month’s cancellations. The November figures don’t include Irish carrier Ryanair’s announcement last week that it will order 75 more Max jets. Boeing said it delivered seven commercial jets during November, mostly cargo planes to UPS, FedEx, DHL and others, bringing total deliveries in 2020 to 118. European rival Airbus delivered 64 planes in November and 477 for the year. An analyst for financial-services firm Cowen, Cai von Rumohr, called Boeing’s latest report on orders and deliveries “weak on both sides of the ball.” Shares of Chicago-based Boeing were down...
    By The Associated Press Boeing Co. reported more cancellations for its 737 Max jet, which this week is scheduled to carry paying passengers for the first time since the planes were grounded 21 months ago after two deadly crashes. Boeing said orders for 88 of the planes were canceled in November, pushing the total to 536 for the year. The company reported 27 orders for the plane, although 25 were a new order by Virgin Australia that replaced an earlier, larger order for 48 Max jets. The November figures don't include Irish carrier Ryanair's announcement last week that it will order 75 more Max jets. Boeing said it delivered seven commercial jets during November, mostly cargo planes to UPS, FedEx, DHL and others. Shares of Chicago-based Boeing were down 1% in late-morning trading. They closed Monday down 27% for the year to date, but they have been rising since early November on expectation that the Federal Aviation Administration would let the Max fly again. The FAA issued an ungrounding order on Nov. 18 that laid out required steps for airlines...
    Boeing Co. reported more cancellations for its 737 Max jet, which this week is scheduled to carry paying passengers for the first time since the planes were grounded 21 months ago after two deadly crashes. Boeing said orders for 88 of the planes were canceled in November, pushing the total to 536 for the year. The company reported 27 orders for the plane, although 25 were a new order by Virgin Australia that replaced an earlier, larger order for 48 Max jets. The November figures don’t include Irish carrier Ryanair’s announcement last week that it will order 75 more Max jets. Boeing said it delivered seven commercial jets during November, mostly cargo planes to UPS, FedEx, DHL and others. Shares of Chicago-based Boeing were down 1% in late-morning trading. They closed Monday down 27% for the year to date, but they have been rising since early November on expectation that the Federal Aviation Administration would let the Max fly again. The FAA issued an ungrounding order on Nov. 18 that laid out required steps for airlines to resume...
    Boeing plans to cut 11,000 more jobs as it continues to bleed money and lose revenue during a pandemic that has smothered demand for air travel and new commercial planes.  The company said on Wednesday that it expects to cut its workforce to about 130,000 employees by the end of next year, down from 160,000 at the start of this year and deeper cuts than the 19,000 layoffs that were previously announced. 'As we align to market realities, our business units and functions are carefully making staffing decisions to prioritize natural attrition and stability in order to limit the impact on our people and our company,' Dave Calhoun, Boeing's president and chief executive, said in a note to employees on Wednesday.  Boeing updated its jobs plan on the same day it reported a $449 million loss for the quarter ended in September, a swing from the $1.17 billion it earned in the same period last year. The loss was narrower than analysts expected, however. The production line of Boeing's Everett factory in Seattle, Washington is seen in a file photo. Boeing...
    The Tank for Trevor sweepstakes is in full gear. According to many, Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence is the most polished, NFL-ready QB the league has seen since Peyton Manning and Andrew Luck, leaving teams at the top of the draft order ready to go all out to secure that top pick. To that end, the early goings of the season have shown minimal surprises by way of who is at the top, with whoever landing the No. 1 overall pick likely going all in on the Tigers’ young-buck passer.  The city of New York is in an elite battle for the No. 1 pick, with each team finding new and inventive ways to out-suck the other: Through the first four weeks, the New York Jets have looked wildly non-competitive, while Daniel Jones is fumbling or throwing away games for the Giants and seemingly regressing in his second year. The Falcons are currently sitting at 0-3 heading into their Monday night matchup vs. the Packers, and another loss will leave them crashing NY’s private party. Whoever ends up with the...
    La’Mical Perine practiced fully Thursday for the first time this season, just in time to take on more responsibility Sunday against the Colts. The Jets rookie running back made his NFL debut last Sunday against the 49ers with three carries for 17 yards and could be in line for more snaps this weekend in Indianapolis, further removed from the ankle injury he suffered in training camp. “We’re hoping to kind of really spread the workload out a little more to where we can make sure we do a good job of getting Frank [Gore] through an entire game instead of kind of really burning him out in the first half,” coach Adam Gase said Thursday. “So I feel good about the rotation that we’re talking about going through, and it’s just all about if we can keep everybody available for the whole game. That’s really what we want.” In their first game without the injured Le’Veon Bell, the Jets leaned heavily on Gore. The veteran took 37 of 65 snaps and rushed 21 times for 63 yards. Perine got nine...
    New York Jets RB Frank Gore ready for one more San Francisco memory By: Geoff Magliocchetti ShareTweetFlipRedditFrank Gore’s first chance in an expanded role with the New York Jets comes against original employers from the Bay Area. September has been a delightful throwback to the late 2000s/early 2010s for Miami sports fans. The Heat are taking on the Boston Celtics in the NBA’s Eastern Conference Finals. The Marlins are aiming for their first winning season since 2009. On Sunday, Hurricanes legend Frank Gore will partake in an NFL football game involving the San Francisco 49ers. Gore isn’t donning San Francisco’s red and gold this time around, rather the green and white of the New York Jets (1 p.m. ET, Fox). The Jets’ 2020 MetLife Stadium debut comes against the team that hosted Gore’s heyday. After three seasons in Coral Gables, the Magic City native Gore entered the league as the 65th overall pick in the 2005 NFL Draft. He has gone from third-round pick to third all-time in rushing in the ensuing 15...
    As the Jets get close to training camp, I am examining the roster and giving you my top 25 players. Each weekday, we will reveal another person on the list, leading right into camp. I am not including rookies on this list because I do not feel it is possible to fully evaluate them before they play a game. No. 19: Steve McLendon Last year’s ranking: No. 21 Position: NT Age on Opening Day: 34 How acquired: Signed as an unrestricted free agent on March 21, 2016 Years left on contract: 1 2020 Salary Cap figure: $2.8 million Looking back at 2019 McLendon may have had his best season as a Jet last year. Even at age 33, McLendon was highly productive on the field and a critical leader off the field. McLendon really impressed the new coaching staff from the start of the offseason program. He is a locker room Yoda, with sayings and teachings for young players. He likes to say that he was drafted in the eighth round (he was undrafted) and tells them “the gym is...
    Jets season-ticket holders can sit out this uncertain season. The team informed its season-ticket fan base by email Monday that they can skip the 2020 season without penalty, choosing either to be refunded for payments already made while maintaining the option to renew tickets in 2021, or to defer the payment as a credit toward 2021 season tickets. The Jets deferred the due date for the scheduled July payment, just as they have done since April in response to the economic fallout caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Giants set up the same options for their season ticket holders last week. It is a fan-friendly and common-sense approach given it is no guarantee the season will start on time or be played in full. There remains a possibility of playing games in fan-less stadiums, at least at the start of the season, even though the NFL is charging forward with business as usual toward July 28 training camps. The Yankees and Mets have made it more difficult for season-ticket holders to get refunds, even though more than half of the...
    Maybe this is a more subtle way of Jamal Adams forcing his way off the Jets. After requesting a trade because he is unhappy with his contract and picking fights with Jets fans, Adams is now praising the arch enemy in his reaction to the New England Patriots adding quarterback Cam Newton. “I salute Coach Bill Belichick for that!” Adams wrote on Twitter. “That’s real. Congratulations Cam!” It wasn’t long ago that Adams was openly rooting for Tom Brady to leave the Patriots and open up a path to the top of the AFC East for the Jets. Brady signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and it looked like the Patriots were going to go with untested second-year quarterback Jarrett Stidham until reaching an agreement Sunday with Newton. Adams wasn’t alone in the NFL fraternity for celebrating Newton’s resurfacing. But it’s a strange look from the Jets’ All-Pro safety when Newton joining the Patriots means Adams’ path to the playoffs for the first time in his career just got more challenging. It looked like the 2015 NFL MVP might have...
    As the Jets get close to training camp, I am examining the roster and giving you my top 25 players. Each weekday, we will reveal another person on the list, leading right into camp. I am not including rookies on this list because I do not feel it is possible to fully evaluate them before they play a game. No. 23: Tarell Basham Last year’s ranking: Unranked Position: OLB Age on Opening Day: 26 How acquired: Claimed off waivers from the Colts on Oct. 5, 2018 Years left on contract: 1 2020 Salary Cap figure: $825,000 Looking back at 2019 Basham was not expected to have a big role entering last season but he ended up becoming a key player on the edge. He played in all 16 games, starting two. Basham showed a lot of versatility. The Jets asked him to do multiple things from dropping into coverage to rushing and setting the edge or sliding inside at times. He ended up playing a career-high 54 percent of the defensive snaps. The best stretch for Basham came at...
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