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The speculation about the future of Darrelle Revis continues. In a story published Saturday, longtime NFL writer Gary Myers of the New York Daily News quoted a league source who predicted relations between Revis and the Jets will continue to sour. “IShare Tweet
BGA Weekly: How to Beat the 2012 Jetsthejetsblog.com Mar 2, 2013Now that the season is over, I’ll be writing analysis articles each week until the beginning of the league year and also during the period between the draft and training camp. I’ll be breaking down some of the data from the 2012 season and revisitingShare Tweet
NY Jets-Darrelle Revis clash could get very messy but Woody Johnson needs to remember who usually wins when an NFL superstar isnydailynews.com Mar 2, 2013Woody Johnson has let it be known in NFL circles for the last two months that he believes there is no way he can sign Darrelle Revis and is convinced his best option is to trade him.Share Tweetdeadspin.com Mar 2, 2013The Wall Street Journal has helpfully assembled the sort of slow-news-month story that lets you forget that none of the four major sports (five, if you include college football) is playing many meaningful games at the moment. In it, the incomparably nam…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Mar 2, 2013Bills WR Stevie Johnson already is recruiting players like 49ers S Dashon Goldson. (It’s not tampering unless the team puts the player up to it.) The Jets have signed three players with Arena League experience. (Hey, you never know where you’re goShare Tweet
Quarterback Soup: The Jets are in dire need of competition at the q…thejetsblog.com Mar 2, 2013The Jets are in dire need of competition at the quarterback spot with the likelihood that Mark Sanchez must remain on the roster in 2013. With little flexibility in free agency, the Jets are going to have to look for cheap options for their possible st…Share Tweet
Mississippi State’s Johnthan Banks: I can cover Megatronprofootballtalk.com Mar 2, 2013Mississippi State cornerback Johnathan Banks had a disappointing Scouting Combine, but it didn’t hurt his confidence. Banks, who ran a slower than expected 4.61-second 40-yard dash, said he thinks the players he most resembles are Jets cornerback AntoniShare Tweet