This is the November 13, 2012 news archive. View today's Jets rumors and news.
The Jets have released designated pass rusher Aaron Maybin, adding third-year running back Kahlil Bell to the roster. Bell, an undrafted free agent out of UCLA, who has spent time with both the Vikings and Bears, worked out with the Jets today alongside…Share Tweet
Jets working out running backs, intend to sign onethejetsblog.com Nov 13, 2012Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports the Jets are working out running backs and intend to sign one today. Steve Slaton and Khalil Bell are among them. Slaton played for offensive coordinator Tony Sparano in Miami.Share Tweet
Free AFC East therapy todayESPN.com Nov 13, 2012Let’s be honest: The AFC East is a baaaaaad division this season. But let’s chat about it. We can discuss all things related to the Miami Dolphins (4-5), Buffalo Bills (3-6), New York Jets (3-6) and New England Patriots (6-3). If you merely want to veShare Tweet
Let Me Hear Your Body Talkthejetsblog.com Nov 13, 2012This ain’t no Olivia Newton John reference … no no no no … this is about Jets quarterback’s sideline demeanor during the Jets game. Sanchez was comporting himself in such a way that Bart Scott actually grabbed his facemask (see below) to tell hiShare Tweet
Jets looking for help at running backprofootballtalk.com Nov 13, 2012Most of the focus on the problems with the Jets offense have focused on the play of quarterback Mark Sanchez, but Sanchez is hardly the only reason the unit has performed poorly this season. The running game has been a non-factor as well. Shonn Greene’sShare Tweet
Finally Tebow time?Nov 13Is it finally time for the New York Jets to let quarterback Tim Tebow be the team's main signal-caller?
Blogger Blitz: About TIme For TebowNov 13AFC East blogger James Walker talks about when Tim Tebow will be handed the starting job in New York
Double Coverage: Would New York Jets QB Mark Sanchez be better on another team?Nov 13Steve Wyche and Mark Kriegel discuss whether New York Jets QB Mark Sanchez would be better on another team, and also talk about which former coach should return to the sidelines.