This is the December 22, 2012 news archive. View today's Jets rumors and news.
The first coaching domino has fallen in what could promises to be a busy offseason for the Jets. The Daily News has learned that outside linebackers coach Mike Smith will leave Gang Green after the season to accept a position at his alma mater, Texas Te…Share TweetAccording to ESPN.com's Chris Mortensen, the Jacksonville Jaguars are a "virtual certainty" to acquire current New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow in 2013, via free agency or the trade route. Tebow, who remains a bit player with the Jets after…Share Tweet
Sunday Morning QB: Paging the real Rex!Rex Ryan is coming up on the four-year anniversary of what is now his hilarious promise of a Jets trip to the White House as Super Bowl champs. He was full of bluster and big-time promises on Jan. 21, 2009, the day he was introduced as the Jets’ new coaShare TweetRex Ryan is coming up on the four-year anniversary of what is now his hilarious promise of a Jets trip to the White House as Super Bowl champs. He was full of bluster and big-time promises on Jan. 21, 2009, the day he was introduced as the Jets’ new coaShare Tweet
Time for Jets to rise after the fallWhen Rex Ryan walked to the post-game podium on the night of Jan. 23, 2011, his voice was tinged with sadness and optimism, a strange blend for a man whose bravado had captivated the NFL for two years.Share TweetWith quarterback Greg McElroy making his first N.F.L. start, the Jets will almost certainly try to establish the running game early with Shonn Greene and Bilal Powell.Share Tweet
Not Looking Too Far AheadI really haven’t even thought about it. Honestly, I’m a Jet. That’s all I’ve known. — Mark Sanchez on his uncertain future with the JetsShare TweetOur congratulations to all the winners of the team awards for the 2012 season! Team MVP: Antonio Cromartie Dennis Byrd Most Inspirational Award: David Harris Ed Block Courage Award: Jeff Cumberland Marty Lyons Community Service Award: Mike DeVito KylShare Tweet
Jets Young Players Eyeing Next Two GamesFLORHAM PARK, N.J. — The Jets may be 6-8, but there is still plenty to play for in the remaining two games of the season. For starters, there is a host of young talent that will be looking to make its mark and get valuable experience. If the Jets werenâShare Tweetnytimes.com Dec 22, 2012A trick-shot video by an unknown kicker in Norway spread across the Internet and earned Havard Rugland a tryout with the Jets.Share Tweet