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Veteran quarterback David Garrard "anticipates putting a deal together" with the once the team can work through some salary-cap issues, a source close to the situation tells ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.Upvote Share Tweet
Jets Sign DT Junior Aumavae, WR Thomas Mayo, and DB Eric Crockerthejetsblog.com Mar 1, 2013Jake Steinberg, theJetsBlog.com I’ve learned the Jets have signed three players: the DT Junior Aumavae, WR Thomas Mayo, and DB Eric Crocker. Let’s take a look at all three below: Junior Aumavae Junior Aumavae is a 6’3”, 310 lbs Nose Tackle. He graUpvote Share Tweet
Not Exactly News … But …thejetsblog.com Mar 1, 2013About two months too late, but here’s some whispers out of the Combine about the Jets Wildcat last year. We hear one of the reasons the Jets offense was so out of sync is the team spent an inordinate amount of time in training camp working on the wildcaUpvote Share TweetRobinson Cano's stalled contract negotiations lead the back page of today's New York Daily News, but there's a reefer, up top: "FLIGHTMARE: Revis to Pats? It could happen." This means trouble. Tell us, Gary Myers, should Jets fans-and otherwise affiliatUpvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Mar 1, 2013The Bills have shown some interest in retaining FB Corey McIntyre. Examining the high regard for RB Lamar Miller with the Dolphins. A snapshot of the Patriots’ cap situation. The ugly numbers of the Jets payroll. Ravens WR Jacoby Jones is planning to daUpvote Share TweetNew York Jets senior personnel executive Terry Bradway admits that they are somewhat apprehensive when it comes to Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o. In an interview with the Jets’ team website, Bradway reflected on the week at the NFL combine in IndiaUpvote Share Tweet
Jets Work Out David GarrardMar 1Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless discuss the Jets' working out QB David Garrard and their reported interest in QB Brady Quinn.
The Sports Guy breaks down the best contracts in basketballMar 1With the NBA's new collective bargaining agreement in full swing, it's all about the contracts.