• Jets fan 'Fireman Ed' flames out, announces retirement

    Summary of 12 articles · Updated Nov 27, 2012
    “I like Fireman Ed and if he could play linebacker I’d play him,” Ryan said. He's not as famous as Fireman Ed. A big deal was made at the time that Fireman Ed was travelling to the game. Ed Anzalone, who created a stir Thanksgiving night when he left MetLife Stadium at halftime of the Jets' 49-19 loss to the New England Patriots and deleted his Twitter account, announced Sunday night that he no longer will attend home games as Fireman Ed. Remember Cop Rock? He the intrepid reviewer of this summer’s HBO Ha...
    • Dolphins’ top fan rips Fireman Ed: “You’re a disgrace, man”

      Fireman Ed stepping aside as the Jets’ most visible fan has not gone unnoticed by one of his AFC East rivals. The Dolphins superfan who goes by the name Big Papa Pump told 790 The Ticket in Miami that he’d never quit on his team, and doesn’t respect
    • Dolphins' Super Fan rips Fireman Ed

      He's not as famous as Fireman Ed. But Miami Dolphins' Super Fan "Big Papa Pump" had some choice words for his rival counterpart. The Dolphins’ most rabid fan went on ESPN 790 The Ticket in Miami Tuesday and ripped Fireman Ed for walking out on the New Y
      Source: ESPN.com
    • FanOpEd: Fireman Ed and the Canary in the Season Ticket Holder Coal Mine

      Remember Cop Rock?  He the intrepid reviewer of this summer’s HBO Hard Knock’s episodes?  He’s back with some insightful opinions about the recent announcement of Fireman Ed and what it might portend for the Jets and their fanbase. -BB Bear with m
    • The Cheering Stops for Fireman Ed

      Ed Anzalone, blaming the "boorish behavior" of fellow Jets fans, announced that he was retiring his Fireman Ed cheerleader routine.
      Source: nytimes.com
    • Jets superfan Fireman Ed hangs up his helmet

      Jets superfan Fireman Ed, who for decades has fueled home crowds with his famous "J-E-T-S!" cheer, has decided to "R-E-T-I-R-E!"
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Fireman Ed No Longer to Lead Chant on Game Day

      After many years as the leader of the Jets chant during at the stadium, Ed Anzalone has decided to step back from his prominent role on game day, as Kristian Dyer exclusively learned for Metro New York.  You can read Ed Anzalone’s own words in an open
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    The December issue of GQ paints an unsparing portrait of who the magazine's writer, Drew Magary, views as the 25 least influential people from the past year. Knicks owner James Dolan lands at No. 17 on the distinguished list.

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