This is the January 14, 2013 news archive. View today's Jets rumors and news.
Jets still sorting out OC candidatesUpdated Jan 14 Share Tweet
The Daily News first reported on Twitter on Monday that the Jets interviewed Cam Cameron for their vacant offensive coordinator job. Cameron, who was fired by the Ravens last month, is at least the second candidate interviewed to replace Tony Sparano, w…
Share TweetFormer Browns coach Pat Shurmur could surface in New York. Shurmur, fired in Cleveland immediately after the regular season ended, has drawn interest from the Jets as they try to fill their offensive coordinator vacancy, Manish Mehta of the New York Dai…
Glat could be a factor in Jets’ struggles to fill G.M. jobUpdated Jan 14 Share TweetJets owner Woody Johnson reportedly can’t give away his team’s G.M. job, even though he reportedly tried to give away $1 million for the purposes of buying, by Manhattan standards, a no-bedroom, 1/2-bath apartment. There are several reasons for the Je
Sources: Cameron interviews for Jets' OC jobUpdated Jan 14 Share TweetCam Cameron is interviewing Monday for the New York Jets' vacant offensive coordinator position, sources told ESPN.Source: ESPN.com
GM Watch: Ummm … Where Exactly Are We?Updated Jan 14 Share TweetThe Jets GM search continues, and yesterday Jay Glazer said on Fox that the Jets “can’t give the job away” and they are reaching back to candidates that have “already turned them down.” Harsh barley, brah … If the Jets can’t give away the joSource: thejetsblog.com
Jets were going to offer Caldwell the house - literallyUpdated Jan 14 Share TweetHere’s a bit more evidence that the Jets aren’t having the easiest time finding someone to take their general manager job. According to Sports Illustrated’s Peter King, the Jets were going to include a $1 million housing allowance in the deal they w
Tebow's Brother Gloats On Twitter After Denver's LossJan 14Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith discuss whether they have an issue with Peter Tebow's tweet following the Broncos' loss to the Ravens.
NFL mailbag -- Running QBs have leg up, for nowJan 14The pistol and read option have staying power, but defenses will eventually adjust. Plus, reader questions.
Peter King: Offensive outburst, meeting of legends set up conference final…Jan 14DENVER -- Ray Lewis was sick Saturday night, 90 minutes after the Ravens had stunned the Broncos here, and he was waiting in a stadium anteroom to be connected with Deion Sanders for an NFL Network interview. "Flu?'' someone asked him. He nodded in…