This is the December 7, 2012 news archive. View today's Jets rumors and news.
Arizona Cardinals defensive end Darnell Dockett has been fined a "six-figures" amount for allegedly spitting at teammate Kerry Rhodes and disobeying the team's plan to let the Jets score, a source told ESPN.Share Tweet
New York Jets Head Coach Rex Ryan 12.7Opening Statement… We’ll start with injuries because nobody likes to do that. Clyde Gates will be out, obviously with the concussion. He’s still wearing sunglasses. He’s out. “Snacks” Damon Harrison, he is doubtful. He had an ankle injury yeShare TweetHere’s three players that the Jets will have to take special attention of come Sunday’s game against Jacksonville. Chad Henne — Henne is playing well in relief of Blaine Gabbert, but he’s still only connecting with his targets at a 52% completionShare TweetFLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) -- Rex Ryan says he'll make a game-time decision on whether Tim Tebow plays in the New York Jets' game in Jacksonville against the Jaguars on Sunday.Share TweetESPN.com Dec 7, 2012New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez will be back under center this weekend, but he most likely will be without his most reliable weapon. The Jets listed starting tight end Dustin Keller (ankle) as "doubtful" for Sunday’s game against the JacksonvilleShare TweetThe Jaguars have ruled wide receiver Cecil Shorts out for Sunday's game against the New York Jets due to concussion symptoms.Share Tweet
Great Gains in the Run?While there’s lots of problems with the Jets, one of the areas of marked improvement has been the team’s ability to run the ball over the last month. Ryan told reporters yesterday that keeping players healthy is paramount. The key, Ryan says, is the vShare Tweet
Steelers, Broncos, Giants and Jets: Answers to Readers' Questionsnytimes.com Dec 7, 2012Judy Battista, the N.F.L. reporter for The Times, answers questions from readers.Share Tweet
At Least It’s Not For Granted AnymoreJane McManus chronicles Sparano’s thoughts on Mark Sanchez and how he’s responded this week to being benched last weekend to the lusty cheers of the home crowd. Mark Sanchez and his return from the Jets bench has gone well this week, offensive coordinShare Tweet
A Breath of Fresh Air?Mike Kurlyo writes for Fifth Down that sometimes the best thing for a player who has struggled in one environment is to try their luck in another city. Of course in the case of the Jets, getting rid of Mark Sanchez is easier said than done with the con…Share TweetESPN.com Dec 7, 2012Authorities who raided Indiana properties owned by former New York Jets offensive lineman Jason Fabini and his brother have searched three more Fort Wayne sites.Share Tweet
BGA Extra: Cardinals at JetsThis analysis is based on watching and re-watching TV footage. As such, it is not always possible to accurately determine everything that was going on. However, every effort has been made to ensure that the information below is as complete and correct a…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Dec 7, 2012G Andy Levitre is the iron man of an injury-ravaged Bills offensive line. Dolphins T Jonathan Martin isn’t getting an easy task in his first start at left tackle. CB Kyle Arrington has adjusted well to his role as the Patriots’ nickel corner. The JetsShare Tweet
'Playbook': New York Jets vs. Jacksonville JaguarsDec 7Can the New York Jets win with Mark Sanchez as their quarterback? The "Playbook" guys discuss if the Jets' offense can provide enough to get past the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Three Keys For The JetsDec 7Rich Cimini with his three keys for the Jets Sunday versus the Jaguars and a preview.
Peter King: Griffin, 'Skins taking advantage of opponents' aggressive defe…Dec 7So I am fairly smitten with this option offense Washington is running, called by offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan and executed with precocious zeal by 22-year-old franchise quarterback Robert Griffin III. A big test comes Sunday at home against Balti…
The Sports Guy talks NBA leadership with Bill Russell, plus Week 14 picksDec 7Thoughts on Bill Russell, Kobe Bryant, and the different paths to immortality.