This is the January 12, 2013 news archive. View today's Jets rumors and news.
Add another name to the Jets’ ever-growing list of general manager candidates. The Jets recently interviewed Packers vice president of football administration/player finance Russ Ball, according to ProFootballTalk.com. Ball worked for the Saints, Redski
Share TweetAnother Jets defection: I'm told asst D-line coach Anthony Weaver is leaving to join the Bills. Nine coaches gone in 12 days. Six by choice.- Manish Mehta (@MMehtaNYDN) January 12, 2013
If no one in the NFL wants Tim Tebow when the NY Jets are done with him, surely ESPN would welcome quarterbackUpdated Jan 12 Share TweetIf Tim Tebow’s NFL career is over, as some educated guessers are predicting, he will survive. The guy has a lot going on in life, including a strong focus on religion. The media is another story.Source: nydailynews.comShare TweetThe Jets don’t have a G.M. but they have a head coach. They also don’t have an offensive coordinator but they soon could have a quarterbacks coach. Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports that the Jets hope to hire former Bills and DolphinsShare TweetOver the next few days, we’ll take a look at each position on the Jets roster and take a look ahead at what the Jets might expect and might need to address this coming offseason. Up next, the Offensive Line. Coming Off The Books RG Brandon Moore - MSource: thejetsblog.com
Buzz: Pep Hamilton to Interview for Jets OC Job?Updated Jan 12 Share TweetPer Bruce Feldman. NY Jets to interview Stanford OC Pep Hamilton for OC job MON/TUES, source tells CBS. He's in mix for at least 2 other OC jobs- Bruce Feldman (@BFeldmanCBS) January 12, 2013 This is great choice for an interview for the Jets. HamiltonSource: thejetsblog.com
Jets consider dipping into college ranks for offensive coordinatorUpdated Jan 12 Share TweetThe Jets have identified three former NFL offensive coordinators as candidates to replace Tony Sparano. And while, as ESPN reported this morning, former Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron is the favorite, the list is growing. Bruce Feldman of CBS…Source: profootballtalk.comShare TweetThe Jets have fallen far in the two years since beating the Patriots in the playoffs. Pats rookie DE Chandler Jones says he has noticed a “sense of urgency” now that the playoffs have arrived. The realities of the running back market will limit ReggieSource: profootballtalk.com
Jim Trotter: Kaepernick answers another question with dazzling playoff deb…Jan 12SAN FRANCISCO -- Perhaps 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh is a football savant, because his decision to change starting quarterbacks midway through the season is, for the time being, proving to be as cunning as it was calculated.
NFL playoffs -- Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos choked in historic fashion …Jan 12Peyton Manning and the Broncos victimized themselves with a choke job for the ages against the Baltimore Ravens.