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    CLEVELAND — Robert Saleh and many Jets players have said this year’s team is different. Maybe they’re on to something after Sunday’s comeback victory at FirstEnergy Stadium. Down 30-17 with 1:55 left in the game, it seemed like the Jets were about to lose their 15th consecutive game in the month of September. But Joe Flacco completed a 66-yard pass to wide receiver Corey Davis cut the deficit to 30-24 with 1:32 remaining. Then with no timeouts remaining, Gang Green performed an onside kick and cornerback Justin Hardee recovered with 1:22 left on the clock. That set up Flacco’s game-winning touchdown pass to rookie Garrett Wilson with 25 seconds remaining as stunned Cleveland fans started exiting the stadium. Jets coach Robert Saleh took a lot of heat last week about saving receipts on people who doubt him and the team. But running back Michael Carter says he never lost confidence in the Jets despite their 24-9 loss to the Baltimore Ravens in Week 1. “From a media standpoint, y’all take one loss way too seriously,” Carter said after the game....
    Getty Former New York Jets linebacker Bart Scott in 2012. New York Jets head coach Robert Saleh was ripped by the media this week after stating that the entire organization is “taking receipts on all the people who continually mock and say that we’re not going to do anything.” But where did this sudden intensity spark from and what does it mean in Week 2? According to The Athletic’s Zack Rosenblatt, Saleh’s rah-rah quote was most likely calculated. “His message was interpreted as a shot at the media,” Rosenblatt wrote, “but in the locker room, players took it as a show of support for them, a public statement of belief in their ability to turn things around, where past Jets teams failed.” In other words, the Jets HC was willing to fall on the sword this week if it meant inspiring his soldiers as they head into battle. The question is — will it work and what does it signal if it doesn’t?Bart Scott Breaks Down Robert Saleh’s ‘Receipts’ Comment Play Bart Scott reacts to Robert Saleh's receipt...
    Harry How/Getty Images Denzel Mims of the New York Jets before a game against the Los Angeles Rams on December 20, 2020. ( New York Jets wide receiver Denzel Mims has asked for a trade and the Jets “plan to grant” his request, says NFL reporter Connor Hughes. Mims — a 2020 second-round pick out of Baylor — requested said trade on August 25 via his agent, Ron Slavin, who told Mike Garafolo of NFL Network that “It’s just time. Denzel tried in good faith but it’s clear he does not have a future with the Jets,” said Slavin. “Denzel vowed to come back better than ever this season and worked extremely hard in the offseason to make that happen. Still, he has been given no opportunities with the starting offense to get in a groove with them…. (Jets general manager) Joe Douglas has always done right by Denzel and we trust he will do everything in his power to find another team where Denzel can be a contributor.”Ravens, Panthers Have ‘Made Calls to the Jets’In the...
    Getty Jimmy Garoppolo during the January 16, 2022 playoff game in Dallas. Oh how things have re-intensified for Jimmy Garoppolo and his trade market. Before the San Francisco 49ers took the field against the Green Bay Packers on Friday, August 12, Garoppolo was re-linked as a possibility to the Cleveland Browns via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer on Thursday — the reason being Deshaun Watson facing the possibility of being suspended for more than his original six-game punishment. But then, 2,908 miles east of Santa Clara, a new possibility emerged…which got numerous NFL analysts believing that Garoppolo is the man who can take over for a $35 million quarterback who had to leave his game in excruciating fashion. ALL the latest 49ers news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on 49ers newsletter here! Join Heavy on 49ers! Read More From Heavy Get in on Today’s NFL Action With a ‘No Sweat First Bet’ Zach Wilson, the New York Jets’ $35 million franchise quarterback and the man taken ahead of...
    Getty New York Jets defensive back Lamarcus Joyner going through some drills during training camp. Sometimes there is a massive gap between what the fans think and what the team thinks about the holes on the roster. Throughout the offseason, several factions of the New York Jets fan base have brutally ripped the team apart about their safety situation opposite of Jordan Whitehead. Despite public outcry, the team has resisted the urge to do anything of substance at that spot. After the latest report, we now know why that is the case. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! Well, Well, Well Play VideoVideo related to jets believe surprising veteran can be among best in nfl: insider2022-07-14T19:04:05-04:00 The projected starter opposite of Whitehead is veteran Lamarcus Joyner. He originally signed with the team last offseason and was supposed to be a key cog in the secondary. However, a brutal season-ending injury in Week 1 drastically changed those plans. This offseason the former Florida State...
    Getty Free-agent offensive tackle Riley Reiff is on the New York Jets radar. We are a day away from New York Jets’ mandatory minicamp and as always, our expert writers Paul ‘Boy Green’ Esden Jr and Michael Obermuller are chatting about all things Gang Green. This week’s mailbag column will address the latest from organized team activities (OTAs), longshots that could make the 53-man roster, the kicker competition, and the franchise’s next move in free agency. First, links to our most recent mailbags: Week 42: Breaking down the 2022 schedule, plus final free agency targets. Week 43: Summer recruitment pitches, upcoming extensions & dark horse predictions. Week 44: Shocking cuts, year 2 leaps/regressions & the free safety battle. Week 45: Top offseason storylines, surprise starters/benchings. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! Reports From OTAs1. Rich Cimini reported that Mekhi Becton won’t practice during the Jets’ mandatory minicamp. Where is your worry level at with the former first-round pick right now? Read More From Heavy...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Tyler Conklin has heard all about the New York Jets’ woes at tight end the last several years. C.J. Uzomah has, too. The Jets’ newest additions at the position insist all that chatter — as well as the lack of catches and consistency — ends now. “I think me and C.J. are going to turn around that whole tight end not being productive thing,” Conklin declared Friday during a Zoom call. The Jets certainly hope so. That’s why they gave the 26-year-old Conklin a three-year, $21 million deal this week, and the 29-year-old Uzomah a three-year contract worth $24 million. General manager Joe Douglas threw some big but reasonable bucks to fill a void New York has been looking to fill for years. And Douglas did it by bringing in two of the NFL’s more productive tight ends last season. “Right when I got the news, I was like, ‘Hey, I need his number. I need to talk to my guy and let him know we got this tandem in the tight end room right...
    Getty New York Jets running back Tevin Coleman catching some passes during training camp. This move went completely under the radar during the craziness of the free agency frenzy, but it was an important one. The New York Jets have brought back running back Tevin Coleman on a one-year deal. Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network and Connor Hughes of The Athletic revealed the financial details of the deal: $1.5 million cap hit $400,000 guaranteed $250,000 signing bonus $800,000 available in rushing incentives Tevin Coleman’s one-year deal with the #Jets is worth $1.5 million. He received a $250k signing bonus. Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March Madness Coleman’s base salary is $1.25 million & $400k is guaranteed. He can earn up to $800k in rushing & receiving incentives. Cap hit is $1.5m. — Connor Hughes (@Connor_J_Hughes) March 15, 2022 Although this could be an even bigger deal than most people realize. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets...
    Getty New Orleans Saints safety Marcus Williams celebrates a stop on December 6, 2020. We are just a few short hours away from NFL free agency and our New York Jets experts are raring to go for a special edition mailbag column. As always, our writers Paul ‘Boy Green’ Esden Jr and Michael Obermuller are answering the top NYJ questions and this week it’s everything free agency with all the latest on the final rumors and gossip. Week 30: Prospects and veterans to avoid in free agency and the draft. Week 31: Senior Bowl favorites, FAs with coaching ties, & positions NYJ will ignore. Week 32: How to fix the last-ranked defense, key impending FAs & the Super Bowl. Week 33: Bold offseason predictions, first free-agent signings & potential reunions. Week 34: Debating Kyle Hamilton, poaching AFC East rivals & trading up in the draft. Week 35: McGovern rumors/answer at RG, Jets-related combine winners & losers. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Read More From Heavy How You Can...
    Getty Former New York Jets center Nick Mangold on February 1, 2018. As fans, we all have our opinions on what the New York Jets should do this offseason. We also have our theories about the players who are already on the roster. Sometimes we’re right, sometimes we’re wrong, but that passion is the lifeblood of this industry. Legendary Jets center Nick Mangold is now a fan, as he himself has admitted, and he joined WFAN’s Tiki & Tierney yesterday on January 18 to chat everything Gang Green. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! Should the Jets Draft Linderbaum?There was one obvious question that co-hosts Brandon Tierney and Tiki Barber had to ask the two-time first-team All-Pro center during this exclusive interview. Should the Jets shell out a potential top-10 pick for Iowa product Tyler Linderbaum? — A blue-chip center that many see as a can’t miss prospect. Tierney posed whether Mangold could justify taking a center at No. 10 overall “if he’s...
    THE TEN BEST GAMES TO BET SAINTS at JETS 1 p.m., Saints by 6, 43 ½ HANK’S HONEYS: If the Jets’ defense wasn’t so putrid, this would be a no brainer. The Saints’ QB situation is so dire that Zach Wilson may be the most talented passer in the game. Still, Alvin Kamara’s return changes everything because the Jets simply cannot stop the run. Add in the additional threat of Taysom Hill’s legs and we can see how the Saints, still in control of their playoff destiny in spite of a five-game slide, will use this as a get-well game. The New Orleans defense is the far better unit and will be coming off 10 days rest. IF I WERE A BETTING MAN: Saints and the under. GIANTS at CHARGERS 4:05 p.m., Chargers by 10 ½, 44 ½ HANK’S HONEYS: At first glance, you’d say the Giants’ defense is good enough to keep this close but where is Mara Tech (haven’t used that in a while) supposed to find its points? The Chargers’ rush defense is a...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Julian Edelman has been a part of many regular-season wins in New England. He’s not sure he’s seen anything like what happened on Sunday. On “Inside The NFL” on Paramount+, the highlights from Sunday’s Patriots-Jets game featured numerous clips of Bill Belichick mic’d up. While Belichick was his usual self on the sidelines during the game, it was his smile while talking to special teams coordinator Cam Achord toward the very end of the game that left Edelman feeling stunned. READ MORE: More Than 480,000 Lose Power As Nor'easter Hits Massachusetts“We only punted once, right?” Belichick asked Achord. “Good returns, though. Got a good punt return. Got a good kickoff return. That’s all right — 550 yards of offense. Four-hundred and 150. I mean … damn.” Belichick, who of course has no love in his heart for the New York Jets, then looked onto the field with a nice grin. Edelman couldn’t believe this.  In his “What are we doing?” segment, he expressed his shock. READ MORE: 'This Is A Long-Haul Event': Duxbury Could Remain Without Power...
    Our favorite 30 Seinfeld episodes Business Ideas That Sound Good on Paper but Are Duds The Winnipeg Jets have only played twice thus far this fall but have already been handed a reminder that the COVID-19 pandemic is still a concern even with the existence of safe and available vaccines.  © Jean-Yves Ahern-USA TODAY Sports According to ESPN/The Associated Press and Scott Billeck of the Winnipeg Sun, Jets captain Blake Wheeler is symptomatic after testing positive for COVID-19 and, as a result, will miss at least the next four games, beginning with Tuesday's contest at the 2-0-0 Minnesota Wild.  Per the terms for the 2021-22 NHL season, Wheeler must isolate for a minimum of 10 days, be declared free of symptoms, and receive the approval of a doctor before he can return to action.  All players on the winless Jets are vaccinated against the coronavirus, and the club has thus far reported no additional positive test results. Wheeler has no goals and one assist thus far on the campaign.  Jets head coach Paul Maurice admitted his team was "tight"...
    Police chief says officer who shot Daunte Wright meant to use Taser Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song welcome their first child together Despite a tumultuous three-year start to his NFL career in New York, Sam Darnold admitted Monday that it stung to be "unwanted" by the Jets this offseason, telling the Panthers' official website that he envisioned staying in the Big Apple "for a long time." The former first-rounder added that he was "relieved" to land in Carolina, however, and his new team has replied with an endorsement. In his first comments since the club dealt three picks to New York to acquire Darnold, Panthers coach Matt Rhule had high praise for his new signal-caller, highlighting Darnold's fit in the Carolina offense and insisting "we believe in Sam." © Provided by CBS Sports "We believe in his skill set. We believe in his approach," Rhule told reporters. "We're really hopeful that this will be a great place for him and this will be a tremendous time for him in his career ... You can just kind of see and...
    He was banned from flying on JetBlue after refusing to wear a mask amid the surging COVID-19 pandemic. And Lil Pump admitted to not even believing in 'corona' as he made his way through Los Angeles International Airport on Wednesday morning. The 20-year-old rapper lifted a covering over his mouth once inside the terminal just days after being banned from the airline for not following their on-board protocols while on a flight from Fort Lauderdale on Saturday night.  Science skeptic: Lil Pump admitted to not even believing in 'corona' as he made his way through Los Angeles International Airport on Wednesday morning Pump — who's full name is Gazzy García — left the comfort of a sprinter van for a flight back to Florida. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Lil Pump is banned by JetBlue for refusing to wear a mask... Rapper Lil Pump rides an elephant while visiting Tiger King... Ariel Winter is 'disappointed but not surprised' in rapper... Bella Hadid calls Lil Pump an irresponsible 'loser' after... Share this article...
    Jets players aren’t ready to get rid of Sam Darnold just yet. Conventional wisdom would state that even after the New York Jets lost out on picking Trevor Lawrence No. 1 overall, Joe Douglas could use the No. 2 pick to draft one of 2021’s other great quarterback prospects, like BYU’s Zach Wilson or Ohio State’s Justin Fields. While doing so would kick Sam Darnold — who has more interceptions than touchdowns in his third year in the league — to the curb, not everyone around the Jets is willing to fully commit to getting rid of Darnold and starting over. Per FanSided’s Matt Verderame, a source claims that players in the Jets locker room have been impressed with how Darnold has navigated a challenging season, citing injuries and the fact he is still 23 as reasons he could take a huge step forward in 2021.The Jets could go in several different directions with the No. 2 pick if they keep Sam DarnoldDespite the fact that rookie Mekhi Becton has been a Pro Bowl-level player, George Fant has been serviceable...
    Jets fans weren’t the only ones sulking after the team’s first win of the season bumped the organization out of position for the right to draft Trevor Lawrence in the 2021 NFL Draft. Appearing on Showtime’s "Inside the NFL" on Tuesday, legendary Jets quarterback Joe Namath admitted he was excited about the possibility of landing the No. 1 pick and seeing the star Clemson QB in green and white. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "After watching them play the entire season up to that point, I didn’t figure they were gonna win a game," Namath said two days after the Jets’ shocking upset of the Rams. "Especially against the Rams that day. Naturally, I was looking forward to being in the No. 1 draft position being very advantageous for our team. So I was surprised." Namath’s disappointment comes after the Jets avoided becoming the third 0-16 team in NFL history. The win, however, tied the Jets with the Jaguars for the worst record in the league (1-13) and Jacksonville owns the strength of schedule tie-breaker. "I’m not trying to talk down...
    More On: new york jets College QB may make Jets’ Trevor Lawrence nightmare go away What makes this Jets coaching job surprisingly attractive Jets must nail this forthcoming coaching hire Jets activate defensive tackle from COVID-19 list Jets fans weren’t the only ones sulking after the team’s first win of the season bumped the organization out of position for the right to draft Trevor Lawrence in the 2021 NFL Draft.   Appearing on Showtime’s “Inside the NFL” on Tuesday, legendary Jets quarterback Joe Namath admitted he was excited about the possibility of landing the No. 1 pick and seeing the star Clemson QB in green and white.   “After watching them play the entire season up to that point, I didn’t figure they were gonna win a game,” Namath said two days after the Jets’ shocking upset of the Rams. “Especially against the Rams that day. Naturally, I was looking forward to being in the No. 1 draft position being very advantageous for our team. So I was surprised.” Namath’s disappointment comes after the Jets avoided becoming the third...
    More from: Brian Costello Why the Jets arent doomed There is some good news coming the Jets way This silence should terrify Jets The Jets dont miss Jamal Adams Gregg Williams fallout offers Jets lessons for next coach The Jets are about to put out the Help Wanted sign again.  In two weeks, they are expected to fire Adam Gase and begin searching for a new head coach, two years after going through a search that led them to Gase.  The selling point then was the chance to coach a young quarterback in Sam Darnold and develop him.  So much for that.  Two years and 22 losses later, the Jets are back on the hunt for someone to lead the team. This time around, the Jets will be coming off another terrible season, probably a one-win season. It will be their fifth straight losing year and 10th in a row without a playoff berth.  So, how attractive is the Jets job?  Let’s start with this: there are only 32 head coaching jobs in the NFL. They are all in...
    No one outside of the Jets organization is going to give the team a shot to win this weekend against the Chiefs in Kansas City. The Chiefs are the defending Super Bowl champions and one of the favorites to win it again this year. The Jets are 0-7. Still, the Jets players don’t want to hear they have no chance. “Every time you line up to play, you have a chance to win,” Jets guard Greg Van Roten said. “It doesn’t matter what your record is or who you’re playing against. You’ve still got to play the game and make the plays and try your best. I don’t think anybody is going to shy away from this opportunity. I’m looking forward to playing quote-unquote the best.” Van Roten said his teammates should embrace the challenge this week. “We have a great test this week to see what we’re made of. Our record is what it is,” Van Roten said. “That’s who we are right now. We have a chance to go play a really good team at home. They...
    We are now down to three unbeaten teams and one winless one (sorry, Jets fans) through six weeks of the 2020 season. Two of the perfect AFC squads will be facing each other this week — Pittsburgh at Tennessee, rescheduled from Oct. 2 — so even more movement should be coming near the top of The Post’s weekly NFL Power Rankings. The Chicago Bears also finally have forced their way into the Top 10 with their fifth win in their first six games. 1. Seattle Seahawks, 5-0 (Last week: 1) Pete Carroll’s team doesn’t relinquish the top spot after its Week 6 bye. Seattle will return with consecutive key games against divisional opponents, which should go a long way to determine whether MVP candidate Russell Wilson and the Seahawks will run away with the NFC West. Next: Sunday at Arizona 2. Kansas City Chiefs, 5-1 (3) The defending Super Bowl champions didn’t look like a team that necessarily needed to add former Jets running back Le’Veon Bell. The Chiefs ran for 245 yards, including a career-best 161 for rookie Clyde...
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