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    Getty A snapshot of the New York Jets offense versus the Cleveland Browns. The New York Jets have called an audible at the line of scrimmage ahead of their home matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals. Gang Green announced on social media that they have signed offensive lineman Adam Pankey to their practice squad. In a corresponding move they released rookie hog molly Chris Glaser. Practice squad move: We've signed OL Adam Pankey and released OL Chris Glaser. — New York Jets (@nyjets) September 21, 2022 Switching of the Guard in the TrenchesOn Tuesday, September 20 the Jets worked out three players according to the NFL’s transaction report: Sam Schlueter, offensive tackle Michael Griffin, defensive back Adam Pankey, offensive guard Pankey was apparently impressive enough to warrant a spot on the expanded 16-man practice squad. He was most recently on the division rival Miami Dolphins from 2019 through 2021. Pankey floated between the active roster and the practice squad appearing in seven games. Pankey replaces a very promising rookie in Chris Glaser. Earlier this offseason the green...
    Getty Images Leonard Williams and Jihad Ward during a 2022 game. New York Giants defensive tackle Leonard Williams suffered a knee injury in the third quarter during the team’s victory over the Carolina Panthers and didn’t return to the game. After the game, Williams had a brace on his right knee and  told reporters that he doesn’t believe his knee injury will be “too bad.” The defensive co-captain had his legs taken out from under him by offensive tackle Taylor Moton, who had been pushed into Williams by Giants linebacker Jihad Ward. Williams has 18 sacks during his two full seasons with the Giants. The former New York Jets first-round pick has missed just one game in his eight-season career. He played the last six games of 2021 with a triceps injury. Head coach Brian Daboll had no update on Williams and that they’ll know more tomorrow. Daboll didn’t have any update on Leonard Williams, who left with a knee injury. They’ll know more tomorrow. — Dan Salomone (@Dan_Salomone) September 18, 2022 It’s likely that Williams will undergo further...
    Getty Former Denver Broncos offensive lineman Bobby Massie during an NFL game. There have been a lot of rumors swirling around that the New York Jets are still interested in making another big mid-season addition. That news was confirmed by Heavy’s Senior NFL Reporter Matt Lombardo: “Multiple league sources tell Heavy, as Pro Football Focus’ Doug Kyed reported on September 13, that the New York Jets are still actively shopping for a veteran offensive tackle, even after signing Duane Brown in August.” ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! 2 Names Have Emerged From the Pile Play VideoVideo related to jets linked to 11-year veteran offensive lineman: insider2022-09-16T15:46:41-04:00 Lombardo’s mailbag provided some insight into several key factors during this new free agent expedition. Firstly don’t expect any more big fish hunting for the Jets. After signing Brown to a monster two-year deal worth $20 million, Gang Green will now shift their focus to the bargain bin. Two names that would be “ideal fits” according to Lombardo...
    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...
    Getty New York Jets head coach Robert Saleh showing signs of frustration during an NFL game. The New York Jets are dealing with a slew of very concerning injuries ahead of the Week 1 matchup versus the Baltimore Ravens. Per head coach Robert Saleh, veteran offensive tackle Duane Brown is being evaluated for a new shoulder injury. He didn’t practice on Wednesday and he’s not practicing on Thursday, September 8. Rich Cimini of ESPN described the developing events as “ominous news” ahead of the season opener. LT Duane Brown is being evaluated for a shoulder injury, per Saleh. He didn’t practice yesterday, not practicing today. Ominous news. Their new $20 million tackle might not make the first game. #Jets — Rich Cimini (@RichCimini) September 8, 2022 ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! From Bad to Worse on the Jets Offensive Line Play Jets BLEW Zach Wilson situation & they have no one to blame but themselvesBoy Green explains how the New York Jets...
    Getty Former San Francisco 49ers offensive lineman Justin Skule attempting to make a block during an NFL game. The New York Jets have arguably the best offensive line they’ve had in a decade on paper. The key phrase in that sentence is “on paper.” As we have already witnessed this offseason injuries can change your theories really quickly and they certainly did when Mekhi Becton was lost for the season. That last point reiterates why you can never have enough depth in the trenches. With that very thought in mind, the green and white were recently pushed to add some more beef upfront ahead of the 2022 season. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! Some Much Needed Protection Play VideoVideo related to jets pushed to sign young ol for bargain bin price in free agency2022-09-06T12:48:23-04:00 Kristopher Knox of Bleacher Report recently broke down the best free agent option for every team in the NFL. For the Jets, he provided a name the fan...
    Welcome to FanSided’s 2022 NFL preview! It’s time to look into our crystal football and take a glimpse at the New York Giants season prediction. It is a new era for the New York Giants. Last season was an absolute disaster for them, finishing in last place in the NFC East, creating an angry fanbase that wanted to see change after sitting down and watching unwatchable football for the final month-and-a-half. Dave Gettleman and Joe Judge are out as general manager and head coach. Replacing them are former Buffalo Bills — assistant general manager Joe Schoen and offensive coordinator Brian Daboll. There is hope that both Schoen and Daboll can bring some success to East Rutherford, N.J. as the Bills have become a perennial Super Bowl favorite in the past couple of years. However, with the team having very little cap space remaining entering the 2022 league year (thanks Gettleman), the team had to make some tough roster decisions. But, this is a true rebuild, one that the Giants have needed for quite some time. The true change will happen...
    Getty New York Jets offensive lineman Chuma Edoga working through a drill during practice. The New York Jets are working on trading a former draft choice at offensive tackle. According to NFL Insider Aaron Wilson of the Pro Football Network, the Dallas Cowboys are “attempting” to trade for Gang Green offensive lineman Chuma Edoga. Dallas Cowboys are attempting to trade for New York Jets offensive tackle Chuma Edoga, per a league source — Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) August 29, 2022 ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! Hot off the Presses Play Chris Streveler DOES IT AGAIN, Jets WR Denzel Mims BREAKS OUT vs GiantsBoy Green hops on live to talk about the New York Jets vs New York Giants preseason finale, Denzel Mims absolutely going off, Chris Streveler making magic happen for the third straight game! Make sure you like the video, hit subscribe, and of course, support our sponsor Roshan Joshi by joining a FREE weekly zoom…2022-08-29T09:48:47Z Last week eight-time Pro Bowl Cowboys...
    Getty A snapshot from the battel between the New York Jets and the New Orleans Saints. The New York Jets along with the other 31 NFL teams were forced to slice down their rosters from 90 to 85 players. Shortly after making their necessary moves, the rest of the league scanned the waiver wire for any possible hidden gems. Apparently, one slipped through the cracks and will join the NFC conference. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! A Diamond in the Rough Play Jets legend Joe Klecko will finally be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of FameBoy Green hops on LIVE for another episode of The Jets Zone to celebrate New York Jets legend Joe Klecko on being a future inductee into the Pro Football Hall of Fame! Make sure you like the video, hit subscribe, & tip your waiter! For more information on this story, read here from Heavy on…2022-08-17T15:48:08Z One of the five cuts the Jets made on Tuesday, August...
    Getty New York Jets head coach Robert Saleh having a moment with his quarterback Zach Wilson. After the New York Jets lost Mekhi Becton to a season-ending injury, there was an expectation that they’d grab someone from the outside to fill the void. That came to fruition on Thursday, August 11. Adam Schefter of ESPN was the first to share the news on Twitter that Gang Green signed Duane Brown to a two-year deal. Jets are giving OT Duane Brown a two-year deal, per source. https://t.co/wrZ80jppmy — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 11, 2022 ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Read More From Heavy Place a ‘No Sweat First Bet’ on the NFL This Week Join Heavy on Jets! The Perfect Band-Aid Play VideoVideo related to jets sign veteran all-pro to multi-year deal: report2022-08-11T13:44:43-04:00 With a ton of uncertainty at the offensive tackle spot, the Jets did what they had to do to salvage their season before it truly began. Brown is 36 years of age (but he...
    Getty The New York Giants have signed CB Gavin Heslop and released OT Korey Cunningham. The New York Giants are tweaking their roster in the days leading up to the start of training camp. Over the weekend, the Giants announced the signing of former Seattle Seahawks defensive back Gavin Heslop. The 6-foot, 197-pound athlete is a local product from Yonkers, N.Y. who went undrafted out of Stony Brook in 2020. Via Giants.com editor Dan Salomone on Twitter: ROSTER MOVES: DB Gavin Heslop – Free Agent Signing OT Korey Cunningham – Terminated with non-football injury Details ????: https://t.co/A7t2BS1w1M pic.twitter.com/62eSIjp9WR — Dan Salomone (@Dan_Salomone) July 22, 2022 To make room for Heslop on the roster, the Giants released backup offensive lineman Korey Cunningham, who played in 12 games (zero starts) for New York last season. ALL the latest Giants news straight to your inbox! Subscribe to the Heavy on Giants newsletter here! Rookies and select veterans reported to Giants training camp last week. The rest of the team will report on Tuesday, July 26.What the Giants Are Getting in Gavin...
    Getty New York Jets offensive tackle Mekhi Becton working out during training camp. Some people are enjoying their fourth of July festivities with fireworks, hanging out with family, or diving into some tasty food from the grill. However, New York Jets offensive tackle Mekhi Becton decided to pass on the good times for some extra work on the football field. #Jets OT Mekhi Becton (@BigTicket73) getting that extra work in on #July4th + ready to silence the critics ????: ???? @BigDuke50 on IG #TakeFlight #JetsCamp pic.twitter.com/HMmjij2wT9 — Paul Andrew Esden Jr (@BoyGreen25) July 4, 2022 Duke Manyweather, Becton’s trainer and offensive line guru, posted the video to his Instagram story. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! Mixed Bag of Reactions Play VideoVideo related to mekhi becton holiday workout video creates jets social media drama2022-07-04T19:17:16-04:00 You’d think a viral video of Becton working out while others are likely taking some time off would warrant a positive response from the Jets fan base. Well, you’d...
    Getty One of Robert Saleh's New York Jets assistant coaches was named to an exclusive NFL club. As an NFL coach, there are certain clubs that you want to be a part of. In the modern-day, few groups have been hotter than The Athletic’s “NFL 40 Under 40” and a New York Jets assistant made the cut in 2022. The 2021 edition featured Sean McVay and Zac Taylor, who led their respective teams to the Super Bowl. Not only does this list have a championship history in recent years but many of the names on it are also interviewed for head coaching promotions — if they don’t hold that title already. The new wave within front offices and owner’s rooms has been to hire young because as we know, the NFL is a copycat league. If sub-40 coaches are winning titles, expect more to be handed a position of power. Gang Green’s name to watch in this regard is offensive coordinator Mike LaFleur, who has head coaching running through his bloodline with his older brother Matt LaFleur in...
    Getty New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson slings a pass against the Atlanta Falcons in 2021. At the start of the 2021 season, it was the New York Jets defense that was keeping them in games. Then, as the year progressed, things seemed to flip. Backup quarterbacks Mike White, Josh Johnson and Joe Flacco led an offensive resurgence that appeared to rub off on rookie Zach Wilson down the stretch, and outside of one or two outliers like the Buffalo games, Mike LaFleur’s offense became a productive unit. Unfortunately, the defense quickly plummeted to worst in the NFL around the same time. The Jets have to play more complementary football in 2022, and that appears to be possible on paper. Both sides of the roster are much-improved heading into the summer and the offense looks particularly strong. Well, with one potential “unknown.” ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! Zach Wilson Is ‘Still an Unknown’The Athletic’s Connor Hughes ranked the Jets’ offensive position groups...
    Getty New York Jets defensive tackle Quinnen Williams at the 2020 BET Super Bowl Gospel Celebration. Ever debate who the New York Jets’ best player is? Well, Pro Football Focus compiled a list that determined the top-three talents for each NFL franchise heading into 2022. Considering the Jets roster is so young, it can be hard to determine which prospects might progress most as rookies and second-year draft picks as they develop into potential stars. PFF did not choose any Gang Green player with less than four years of experience but they did note that they “considered” rookies Sauce Gardner and Garrett Wilson, as well as third-year offensive tackle Mekhi Becton. Instead, they chose three veterans and they all had one thing in common. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! Common Theme Is Trench WarfareHead coach Robert Saleh and general manager Joe Douglas have both preached that they intend to build this franchise through the trenches over their respective tenures. Douglas, a former...
    ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — Several public school teachers in Rochester were put on leave after exchanging text messages that made “racist and demeaning” references to students, officials said Friday. The Democrat and Chronicle reported the teachers worked at Enrico Fermi School 17, which has a large percentage of Black and Hispanic students in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. “I am horrified at the racist and demeaning references and language used to describe children … our children! The staff members have been put on leave and the District will use all forms of available discipline up to and including termination,” Rochester City School District Superintendent Lesli Myers-Small said in a prepared statement. Students discovered a series of texts, including one containing an obscenity that wished one girl would beat another up. Another obscene text suggested an automated call that insulted children and their parents, according to the newspaper. The discovery comes weeks after Rochester school officials said they were investigating allegations that a white teacher told his seventh-grade class of mostly Black students to pick seeds out of cotton and...
    Getty Former New York Jets guard Greg Van Roten working hard during practice. The New York Jets have made a major change on the offensive line. Gang Green announced on social media that they have released veteran offensive lineman Greg Van Roten. We've claimed OL Nate Herbig and released OL Greg Van Roten. — New York Jets (@nyjets) May 6, 2022 In a corresponding move, the Jets confirmed that they have claimed former Philadelphia Eagles offensive lineman Nate Herbig off of waivers. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! Out With the Old, in With the New Play VideoVideo related to jets dump polarizing longtime offensive starter2022-05-06T14:58:19-04:00 Van Roten initially joined the Jets during the 2020 free agency period on a three-year deal for $10.5 million. Over the next two seasons, he played in 30 games and started in 23 of those contests. In his first season with the team, GVR struggled in his run blocking with a 54.4 grade from PFF but was...
    New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone can’t pretend his team’s offensive woes don’t exist. He must make the appropriate changes. An off day couldn’t come at a better time for New York, which has started the season a pedestrian 5-5, and without many breaks. The Yankees need time to reflect, and that goes double for Aaron Boone, who must do more than sit on his hands. Losing to Baltimore won’t cut it this season. Regardless of what the front office and analytics department is telling Boone, to continue to trust this Yankees lineup as currently constructed shows a stunning lack of urgency. Even just ten games into the season, the time is now to tinker. Figure out your best lineup — who New York can truly count on — and construct the lineup as that data tells you. Aaron Boone wants Yankees to stay the courseInstead, Boone says it’s took early to make any major adjustments. Aaron Boone: "I am confident in this offense that well be what we should be." pic.twitter.com/0wBlJqB2AR — YES Network (@YESNetwork) April 17, 2022 ...
    Getty New York Jets offensive tackle George Fant embracing his quarterback Zach Wilson during an NFL contest. The New York Jets have been doing a curious amount of homework on the offensive line this offseason. General manager Joe Douglas has been transparent that the trenches will always be a priority with him running the operation. However, the strong interest in the offensive tackle spot, considering on paper he has his two starters locked in, is interesting, to say the least. That reached an entirely different level this week when they met with one of the top prospects available in the 2022 NFL draft. Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March Madness ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! Some Big Time Heat Play VideoVideo related to jets meeting with potential george fant replacement: report2022-03-23T06:00:51-04:00 Mississippi State offensive tackle Charles Cross worked out at his Pro Day on Tuesday, March 22. When he met with...
    Getty A group of New York Jets players celebrating in the end-zone after a huge touchdown. The New York Jets have a very long list of players that are set to hit unrestricted free agency once the new league year kicks off on March 16. On Wednesday, March 9, they were able to prevent one of their top reserves from leaving the building. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport shared on Twitter that Gang Green is “re-signing” offensive lineman Conor McDermott on a one-year deal. The #Jets are re-signing OL Conor McDermott on a 1-year deal, source said, keeping a versatile veteran in the fold. Read More From Heavy How You Can Help Ukraine: Verified Charities, GoFundMe & Ways to Support Ukrainians — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 9, 2022 ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! A Key Cog Returns to the Fold Play The Jets Zone: DK Metcalf trade talk, free agent targets, rumor mill churningBoy Green hops on LIVE to talk about...
    Getty Chicago Bears OL James Daniels. Like clockwork, the New York Giants enter yet another offseason in the depths of the NFL when it comes to the amount of spending money at their disposal. According to “Over The Cap,” the G-Men check in with the league’s six-lowest available cap space for 2022. On top of that, recently hired general manager Joe Schoen is eager to clear north of $40 million from the books before the start of the new year, per Peter King of NBC Sports. One might think such a cap situation would handicap the Giants’ activity in the free agency market. Then again, that’s exactly what pundits said this time one year ago. Right before, of course, the organization spent in excess of $157.4 million on a handful of splash signings. As the league has shown us time and time again, teams can move around cash to prioritize signings they deem necessities. And considering the current state of New York’s offensive line, it’s understandable why ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler and Matt Bowen see the money-stricken Giants once...
    Getty Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Chris Godwin. Powered by the likes of Jason Garrett and Freddie Kitchens, the New York Giants spent the past two seasons moonlighting as the poster children for offensive incompetence. The organization is hopeful that the team will improve upon their 31st offensive ranking from 2021. The hirings of (head coach) Brian Daboll and (offensive coordinator) Mike Kafka are certainly a good place to start, as each played a pivotal part in two of the NFL’s top five offenses from a season ago. So, the Giants offense will have a new feel in 2022 — that we are almost certain of. However, will they also have a new look, as in personnel? The new regime appears committed to Daniel Jones as their guy under center. Saquon Barkley, while engulfed in trade chatter, is expected to return. Kenny Golladay has a $21.1 million cap hit and Kadarius Toney is just 10 months removed from being the team’s top draft selection. In other words, aside from obvious needs on the offensive line, Evan Engram’s impending free...
    Getty A pair of Los Angeles Rams offensive linemen walking off of the field after an NFL game. Not only is it Super Bowl week but we are also mere days away from Valentine’s Day. Unfortunately, the New York Jets have experienced several occasions of heartbreak over the years from an epic playoff drought to soul-crushing losses. This week theother y were reminded of a prior heartbreak that fans are hearing about for the very first time. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! Thanks, but No Thanks Play VideoVideo related to jets free agency pitch got rejected by all-pro offensive lineman2022-02-11T06:00:37-05:00 Back in 2017 veteran offensive lineman, Andrew Whitworth knew it was the end of his 11-year run with the Cincinnati Bengals. To stay on the team he would’ve had to take a pay cut and Whitworth knew he had other options in free agency. As he was exploring his choices one of the teams that reached out to him was the...
    Getty Ex-New York Jets running back Bilal Powell celebrating after a huge play versus the New Orleans Saints. The NFL is a brotherhood and once you become a member, you are in it for life. That has helped countless coaches keep their professional futures alive as they hop from one destination to the next. Now a former New York Jets assistant is getting an opportunity to return home. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! A Record-Breaking Third Stint Play Mock Draft Monday: Best Jets Draft Fits, Senior Bowl nuggets from Russell BrownBoy Green was joined by National Scout for Cover 1, Russell Brown: – Who are the best draft fits for the New York Jets? – Buy or Sell on latest NYJ draft rumors coming out of the Senior Bowl – Largest Gang Green mock draft in this series!2022-02-08T01:48:57Z Jeff Duncan of Nola dot com shared that the New Orleans Saints are “looking” to bring home two prominent names from their past...
    A private school in New York City has reportedly changed its mascot and logo following an investigation that found it was "offensive." Collegiate School's move drew criticism from some parents who felt it was "woke overkill" to change its "Dutchman" mascot and remove religious references from its motto, the New York Post reported. GEORGETOWN LAW STUDENTS DEMAND SPACE TO CRY “Enough already. What else are they going to change?” a parent told the New York Post. “How can you take it so seriously? All of a sudden, here is this new awakening and everything must change.” The K–12 school claims to be the oldest independent school in the United States. It was founded by the Dutch West India Company and the Classis of Amsterdam in 1628 and is almost 394 years old, with the Dutchman logo acting as a nod to the school's founding. The old logo featured a winking Dutchman with a peg leg and will be replaced with a silhouette figure holding a lantern. The sticker price for the school's tuition is $57,800....
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — New York Giants hire Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll as head coach. Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    NFL prospect Kayvon Thibodeaux, Oregon Ducks. (Photo by Abbie Parr/Getty Images) The NFL season is coming to a close as we have Championship Sunday this weekend, but first, let us look at our latest 2022 NFL Mock Draft. This weekend, we were witness to some of the greatest NFL playoff matchups we have seen in recent memory. Multiple underdogs won on the road, and every game came down to the last play, as four teams punched their tickets to Championship Sunday. Here, we dive into what the first round could potentially look like in April. 1 Kayvon Thibodeaux Edge,Jacksonville Jaguars The Jacksonville Jaguars have still yet to select a new head coach, this fact the debacle that was the less-than-one-year run for Urban Meyer. The worst team in the NFL in 2021, there are some things to like about this franchise, making it a solid destination for a head coach, including quarterback Trevor Lawrence. After picking Lawrence No. 1 overall in 2021, the Jags once again have the first pick this April, and this time, they add an elite edge...
    Pennsylvania parents are furious after a school board member wrote an op-ed calling them "offensive" and "vile" for being concerned about their influence in their kids' education.  PENNSYLVANIA SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER BLASTED FOR ‘APPALLING’ MESSAGE TO CONCERNED PARENTS York Suburban School District mothers Nicole McCleary and Cortney Hendrickson, who pulled her children out of the district, joined "Fox & Friends First" Thursday to discuss the fiery remarks garnering national attention.  "I think it's telling us that some people might be a little ego drunk," Hendrickson told co-host Todd Piro. "I think it makes so much sense to Nicole and I and so many other parents that are supporting parental choice as well that these people are absolutely not listening. It's falling on deaf ears." VideoRichard Robinson, who is a school board member for the York Suburban School District, wrote the op-ed in the York Dispatch earlier this month that garnered nationwide attention, explaining why he says he doesn't work for parents, who he dubbed both "offensive" and "vile."  He writes, "Finally, with all due respect to the charlatans who claim...
    Getty Former New York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold with the Carolina Panthers on December 26, 2021. One of the major reasons many thought ex-New York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold could turn his career around in Carolina was offensive coordinator Joe Brady — a rising star who “helped engineer” Joe Burrow’s juggernaut LSU offense in 2019. After the Darnold experiment failed for the Panthers in 2021, however, Brady was made the scapegoat. That’s right, the 32-year old genius who was linked to multiple head coaching vacancies a year ago was fired while head coach Matt Rhule was retained. So, where does that leave Darnold? — who has not had the best luck with coaches since entering the NFL. The former No. 3 overall pick did start the final three games over Cam Newton, posting an uneventful 180.3 passing yards per game with two touchdowns and two interceptions, so he could stick as the starting quarterback in theory. The Panthers could also look to replace him this offseason, or at least hold an open competition in training camp. Even if...
    Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg yesterday kicked off his charm offensive with New York City business leaders who are up in arms over a memo from his office that suggested criminals in a borough that is epicenter of banking, real estate and the arts can commit a plethora of crimes without facing jail time, Fox Business has learned. On Wednesday, Bragg met with about 30 officials who represent Manhattan Business Improvement Districts, or BIDs, which are formal organizations that represent large property owners and business-related tenants. The Zoom call featured complaints from BID officials about his office’s new progressive criminal justice reforms since taking the job in January. On Friday, Bragg is scheduled to meet with member of the Partnership for New York City, the Big Apple’s largest trade group, to discuss his controversial new policies. District attorney Alvin Bragg speaks during a Get Out the Vote rally at A. Philip Randolph Square in Harlem on November 01, 2021 in New York City.(Photo by Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)  ((Photo by Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)) In a memo that leaked earlier...
    Getty The New York Jets offense huddles around quarterback Zach Wilson on September 12, 2021. Year one of Zach Wilson’s era as the starting quarterback of the New York Jets is officially in the books and although it probably didn’t go the way the roster wanted, things did come together nicely for the offense down the stretch. The O-line in particular flipped the narrative over the second half to have its best season in a long time according to Pro Football Focus. To the surprise of many, the Jets blocking unit finished 11th in the NFL on their end-of-season rankings. A big part of that was due to career campaigns for center Connor McGovern and fill-in left tackle George Fant. Morgan Moses and Laurent Duvernay-Tardif also helped as reinforcements and 2021 first-rounder Alijah Vera-Tucker put together a solid rookie season in the pros. This jump was most notable in the rushing attack, as Gang Green ran for over 100 yards in five out of their last eight games and ran for an NFL season-record 273 yards against the...
    Getty Nate Solder #76, Daniel Jones #8, and Billy Price #69 of the New York Giants look on heading to the sideline during the second half against the Los Angeles Rams at MetLife Stadium on October 17, 2021 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Sarah Stier/Getty Images) The New York Giants roster has a long way to go to return to the championship form of a decade ago. The process will begin along the offensive line. The Giants can go about improving their abysmal front five in a number of ways, but the surest and easiest will be through the upcoming NFL Draft. Brent Sobleski, of Bleacher Report, published a list of the best players each franchise can hope to secure this offseason. For the Giants, the answer is an All-American offensive lineman by the name of Ikem Ekwonu. Sobleski’s thoughts on the North Carolina State product are as follows: A pair of tackles are viewed as elite draft picks. Alabama’s Evan Neal could very well be the No. 1 overall pick because the 6’7″, 350-pound blocker...
    Getty Several New York Jets players sulking on the sideline after a tough moment during an NFL contest. A longtime NFL fixture left this world on Wednesday, January 5. Greg Robinson died from a form of Alzheimer’s disease according to his son Dominic at the age of 70. Robinson started his coaching career back in 1975 as a high school football assistant. He would stay on the west coast honing his craft through 1979 before making the leap to college football. There he spent the next decade of his career between UCLA and NC State. After that, he made his jump to the NFL and left an indelible mark on the people he interacted with. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! A Memorable Run With Gang Green Play Buffalo Bills GURU joins Boy Green live to preview matchup + talk New York JetsBoy Green is joined by Bruce Nolan of Buffalo Rumblings of SB Nation: – Preview regular-season finale – Talk Buffalo...
    Getty New York Jets offensive tackle Conor McDermott catches a touchdown pass from Zach Wilson on December 26, 2021. The New York Jets are hoping to pull off a Christmas miracle on December 26, 2021 — winning an NFL game despite a COVID-19 outbreak and numerous key injuries or absences. One major reason for the fourth quarter lead has been rookie quarterback Zach Wilson, who’s operated as the dual-threat playmaker of fans’ dreams. Another is an unlikely hero, backup offensive tackle Conor McDermott. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! Big Man for 6It’s been a bizarre game filled with some wild decision-making from interim head coach Ron Middleton. The Jets’ current HC has gone for it on fourth down five times and the offense has converted three of them. Middleton has gone for it 5 times on fourth down, 3 conversions. Can't imagine too many folks had Conor McDermott on their fantasy rosters. It's been that kind of week. — Eric Allen (@eallenjets)...
    Getty New York Jets tight end Ryan Griffin waving to the crowd after a huge play. The New York Jets received a mixed bag as they head into their Week 16 matchup versus the Jacksonville Jaguars. Several players joined the COVID list which puts their status very much in doubt. On top of that the green and white chose to protect three players on their 16-man practice squad this week according to Dennis Waszak: Offensive lineman Isaiah Williams Defensive end Jabari Zuniga Linebacker LaRoy Reynolds Although the most damning news put one of their offensive starters on the shelf for the rest of 2021 and quite possibly for the rest of his Jets’ career. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! Another One Bites the Dust Play Jets Analyst stops by to talk Zach Wilson, NFL Draft, TRADESBoy Green is joined by New York Jets analyst Joe Caporoso of Badlands to spread Christmas cheer, talk 2022 NFL draft, and what trades...
    Getty New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones. Considering how Mike Glennon has performed over his two-week showcase, I feel pretty confident in stating that the 32-year-old veteran is not the answer under center for the New York Giants. With that said, I’m also not quite sure any quarterback could consistently produce in the current situation in East Rutherford. Still, that’s not to say the organization won’t go out this offseason in hope of solidifying the position. Of course, the prospect of adding Russell Wilson is undoubtedly the most appealing from a Giants perspective. Recent reports have pointed towards the eight-time Pro Bowler having an interest in joining Big Blue. However, aside from location, there’s little else that makes sense from Wilson’s perspective — not after he’s had his head beaten in for years on end behind a murky Seahawks offensive line. That likely means the Giants will need to drop down a tier or two in the quarterback market if they are deadset on moving on from Daniel Jones. Instead, names such as Jimmy Garoppolo, Marcus Mariota, and...
    Jason Garrett was brought on as the New York Giants offensive coordinator in 2020 "to help rebuild" the organization into a "contending team." On Tuesday he was fired.  Head coach Joe Judge made the announcement on Tuesday afternoon, one day after suffering a 30-10 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and dropping to a 3-7 record.  GIANTS FIRE OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR JASON GARRETT  "I have a lot of respect for Jason as a person and as a coach. He's been a tremendous asset to me as a young head coach. He's helped our development here. He's built very strong relationships in the building with the players, along with other support staff members. He's done a good job putting the team first. I have a lot of respect and appreciation for everything he's done for us," Judge told reporters.  Head Coach Joe Judge talks with offensive coordinator Jason Garrett of the New York Giants during a game against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium on Oct. 10, 2021 in Arlington, Texas. The Cowboys defeated the Giants 44-20.   ((Photo by Wesley...
    THE NEW YORK Giants have seen better days - the team is currently ranked last in their division. With more losses than wins this season, the Giants have taken to adjusting their coaching staff. 2Jason Garrett has been involved in the NFL since the 1980sCredit: Getty Images - Getty Why did Giants fire Jason Garrett? On Tuesday, November 23, 2021, the New York Giants fired offensive coordinator, Jason Garrett. The football team announced via social media, "Jason Garrett has been relieved of his duties as offensive coordinator." After the Giants faced their seventh loss of the season against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, head coach Joe Judge placed some of the blame on the other coaches of the team according to ESPN. "Players have to execute," he began. "That is their job, right? It is our job to teach them. It's their job to go out and execute. "But we've got to make sure we put them in position to have success," he continued. "That has to be consistent, by the way." Since Garrett joined the Giants,...
    Jason Garrett is out of New York. The Giants announced on Tuesday that they’ve fired their offensive coordinator after a poor performance against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday Night Football. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Buccaneers linebacker Devin White grabs New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones on Monday, Nov. 22, 2021, in Tampa, Florida. (AP Photo/Mark LoMoglio) "Jason Garrett has been relieved of his duties as offensive coordinator," the Giants tweeted. The Giants will host the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday at MetLife Stadium, but the team has yet to announce a replacement for Garrett for the game. Former Cleveland Browns coach Freddie Kitchens – who is currently the Giants' tight end coach – is one person who could take over for the remainder of the season. New York Giants' Andrew Thomas scores on a 2-yard touchdown pass against the Buccaneers on Monday, Nov. 22, 2021, in Tampa, Florida. (AP Photo/Jason Behnken) The Giants (3-7) were humiliated on Monday night in a 30-10 loss to the Bucs. Head coach Joe Judge that the team has...
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — The New York Giants have fired offensive coordinator Jason Garrett after a dreadful performance in a nationally televised game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Giants (3-7) tweeted the decision Tuesday afternoon, saying the former Dallas Cowboys head coach had been relieved of his duties. Jason Garrett has been relieved of his duties as offensive coordinator. — New York Giants (@Giants) November 23, 2021 READ MORE: Barkley Returns, But Giants' Offense Struggles In Loss To Brady, BuccaneersThere was no immediate word who would replace Garrett for the game Sunday at MetLife Stadium against the Philadelphia Eagles (5-6). Former Cleveland Browns coach Freddie Kitchens is on the staff and could take over. Garrett was hired last year shortly after Joe Judge was named head coach. The Giants (3-7) were embarrassed on Monday night, dropping a 30-10 decision to the Bucs. Judge said the team has too many good players not to be scoring, giving an indication changes were coming. New York has scored 189 points this season. It has struggled in the red zone and...
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — The New York Giants have fired offensive coordinator Jason Garrett after a dreadful performance in a nationally televised game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Giants (3-7) tweeted the decision Tuesday afternoon, saying the former Dallas Cowboys head coach had been relieved of his duties. There was no immediate word who would replace Garrett for the game Sunday at MetLife Stadium against the Philadelphia Eagles (5-6). Former Cleveland Browns coach Freddie Kitchens is on the staff and could take over. Garrett was hired last year shortly after Joe Judge was named head coach. The Giants (3-7) were embarrassed on Monday night, dropping a 30-10 decision to the Bucs. Judge said the team has too many good players not to be scoring, giving an indication changes were coming. New York has scored 189 points this season. It has struggled in the red zone and in five of its seven losses has a combined 55 points. The Giants finished with 215 total yards Monday night, the second-lowest total of the 26-game Judge era. They gained 159...
    New York Giants coach Joe Judge was unhappy with the offense after Monday night’s loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and put the onus squarely on his coaching staff. In a season-low 24 minutes of possession, the Giants scored 10 points on 54 plays and tallied only 215 yards of total offense. The team managed to pick up 15 first downs. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Tampa Bay Buccaneers inside linebacker Devin White (45) grabs ahold of New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones (8) as he throws a pass during the second half of an NFL football game Monday, Nov. 22, 2021, in Tampa, Fla. (Associated Press) Daniel Jones was 23-for-38 with 167 passing yards, a touchdown pass and two interceptions. Saquon Barkley in his return from injury rushed for 25 yards on six carries. Rookie wide receiver Kadarius Toney led the team with seven catches for 40 yards. Meanwhile, prized free-agent signing Kenny Golladay only got two targets during the game and the team ran the ball a total of 13 times. "We have got...
    TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — The New York Giants got the ball to start the second half down just 17-10 against the Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers. A failed fourth-down play at the Bucs 25 on the opening drive and an interception on the ensuing possession left the Giants trailing by 17 in what ended up a 30-10 loss Monday night. Questions again were raised during coach Joe Judge’s postgame media session about offensive coordinator Jason Garrett and whether he will remain in that role. Judge declined to address Garrett’s status or any other possible changes. “We’ll assess everything as a team, make any move we need to,” he said. Judge did place blame for the defeat squarely on the coaching staff. “We’ve got to do a better job scoring points,” he said. “That sounds pretty obvious. We’ve got to do a better job of putting players in position to make plays. We’ve got to put them in a better position to capitalize.” The Giants (3-7) were outgained 402-215. Tampa Bay (7-3) had the ball for 35:39, compared to New...
    OAKLAND (CBS SF/AP) — Alleging that the NFL orchestrated a “malicious” campaign to destroy his career, former Raiders coach Jon Gruden sued Commissioner Roger Goodell and the league over leaking several of his racist and sexist emails from years ago. The suit was filed in district court in Clark County, Nevada, on Thursday, exactly a month after Gruden resigned as Raiders coach following the publication of his emails by the Wall Street Journal and New York Times. READ MORE: UPDATE: Teenager Cited for Making Multiple Bomb Threats at South Bay SchoolsThe emails sent to former Washington Football Team executive Bruce Allen from 2011 to 2018 during Gruden’s time as an announcer at ESPN included racist, misogynistic and homophobic comments. They came from a set of 650,000 emails obtained during an investigation into the workplace culture of the Washington Football Team. Gruden’s attorney, Adam Hosmer-Henner, said in a statement that the defendants “selectively leaked Gruden’s private correspondence to the Wall Street Journal and New York Times in order to harm Gruden’s reputation and force him out of his job.” NFL spokesman...
    Former Las Vegas Raiders coach Jon Gruden has sued Commissioner Roger Goodell and the NFL, alleging that a “malicious and orchestrated campaign” was used to destroy Gruden’s career by leaking old offensive emails he had sent. The suit was filed in district court in Clark County, Nevada, on Thursday, exactly a month after Gruden resigned as Raiders coach following the publication of his emails by the Wall Street Journal and New York Times. READ MORE: 'He Needs To Be Brought To Justice': Gunman Calls Black Man N-Word Repeatedly In Shooting Stockton Police Are Investigating As Possible Hate CrimeThe emails sent to former Washington Football Team executive Bruce Allen from 2011 to 2018 during Gruden’s time as an announcer at ESPN included racist, misogynistic and homophobic comments. They came from a set of 650,000 emails obtained by the league in June during an investigation into the workplace culture of the Washington Football Team. Jon Gruden (Photo by Jason O. Watson/Getty Images) Gruden’s attorney, Adam Hosmer-Henner, said in a statement that the defendants “selectively leaked Gruden’s private correspondence to the...
    By JOSH DUBOW Former Raiders coach Jon Gruden has sued Commissioner Roger Goodell and the NFL, alleging that a “malicious and orchestrated campaign” was used to destroy Gruden’s career by leaking old offensive emails from Gruden. The suit was filed in district court in Clark County, Nevada, on Thursday, exactly a month after Gruden resigned as Raiders coach following the publication of his emails by the Wall Street Journal and New York Times. The emails sent to former Washington Football Team executive Bruce Allen from 2011 to 2018 during Gruden’s time as an announcer at ESPN included racist, misogynistic and homophobic comments. They came from a set of 650,000 emails obtained during an investigation into the workplace culture of the Washington Football Team. Gruden’s attorney, Adam Hosmer-Henner, said in a statement that the defendants “selectively leaked Gruden’s private correspondence to the Wall Street Journal and New York Times in order to harm Gruden’s reputation and force him out of his job.” NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy denied the charges. “The allegations are entirely meritless and...
    Former Raiders coach Jon Gruden has sued Commissioner Roger Goodell and the NFL, alleging that a “malicious and orchestrated campaign” was used to destroy Gruden’s career by leaking old offensive emails from Gruden. The suit was filed in district court in Clark County, Nevada, on Thursday, exactly a month after Gruden resigned as Raiders coach following the publication of his emails by the Wall Street Journal and New York Times. The emails sent to former Washington Football Team executive Bruce Allen from 2011 to 2018 during Gruden’s time as an announcer at ESPN included racist, misogynistic and homophobic comments. They came from a set of 650,000 emails obtained during an investigation into the workplace culture of the Washington Football Team. Gruden’s attorney, Adam Hosmer-Henner, said in a statement that the defendants “selectively leaked Gruden’s private correspondence to the Wall Street Journal and New York Times in order to harm Gruden’s reputation and force him out of his job.” NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy denied the charges. “The allegations are entirely meritless and the NFL will vigorously defend against these claims,” McCarthy...
    The youngest daughter of former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has come out in defense of her father against allegations of sexual assault. Michaela Kennedy-Cuomo, 24, posted an article on her Twitter feed disparaging the sexual assault allegations that pushed her father out of office. The Substack article, titled "Unprecedented Abuse Of Power: What The Media Still Isn't Telling You About The Cuomo Debacle ," claims that the allegations are a tool used by the "progressive" wing of the New York Democratic Party. "Finally. Please read," Kennedy-Cuomo tweeted on Friday. The allegations are, in author Michael Tracey's words, a "manufactured #MeToo-style PR offensive." CUOMO ARRAIGNMENT DELAYED AFTER DISTRICT ATTORNEY SLAMS 'POTENTIALLY DEFECTIVE' CRIMINAL COMPLAINT Finally. Please read. https://t.co/KXGSYFzqmv— Michaela Kennedy-Cuomo (@MichaelaKenCuo) November 5, 2021 The article alleges that New York State Attorney General Letitia James had a "conflict of interest" in launching an independent investigation into the assault allegations filed against Cuomo due to her interest in running for governor. James announced that she was running for governor of New York in late...
    Getty Ex-Kansas City Chiefs offensive lineman Laurent Duvernay-Tardif giving a New York Giants defender the business. The New York Jets offensive line has been a wild roller coaster ride throughout the 2021 season. There have been tremendous highs and rock bottom lows. Apparently, general manager Joe Douglas had seen enough and decided to make a last-second deal ahead of the NFL trade deadline. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! He Didn’t Come Here to Sit on the Bench
    A win is a win but for the Kansas City Chiefs, Monday night’s narrow victory over the New York Giants exposed some serious holes in their struggling offense.  Head coach Andy Reid acknowledged the Chief’s 20-17 win wasn’t pretty but noted that his players are battling through offensive mishaps.  CHIEFS CAPITALIZE ON LUCKY BREAKS, STOP SKY FROM FALLING WITH WIN OVER GIANTS "Listen, everything's not beautiful right now, but we're fighting through that. And that happens in this game," he told reporters during a post-game press conference. "Our guys battled, they didn't give up on each other, they kept working through what could've been a time where you just throw your hands up and go, 'Oh my god, things aren't working the way they're supposed to work.' Guys didn't do that. We'll build on that. Let's keep going, I mean they don't give these things away and I think that's important for people to understand." KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI - NOVEMBER 01: Patrick Mahomes #15 of the Kansas City Chiefs throws an interception in the end zone for a touchback...