• Lupica: Jets no longer a circus with Idzik at helm

    Summary of 9 articles · Updated May 1, 2013
    Asked that question on Mike and Mike in the Morning, John Idzik said that from the time he became the Jets’ general manager, he and the Jets’ staff never had any thought of playing Tebow anywhere but quarterback. “No, we didn’t,” Idzik said. Asked if Sanchez will be on the roster after June 1, Idzik said, "Let's let it play out. ... "We just entered this offseason open-minded and said, ‘Let's bring Tim in and let him get in our offseason program and take it from there,'" Idzik added. And although the Jets didn’t give him a chance to play quarterback, that’s how they saw him, too. Only because this is New York is this now treated like the football crime of the century, right in there with what was treated like the basketball crime of the century, letting Jeremy Lin go play for somebody else’s team.
    • Idzik Makes Front Office Moves

      With the draft done and over with, general manager John Idzik has begun to make changes to the Jets’ front office after having a chance to evaluate his staff. The Jets will not renew the contracts of assistant director of college scouting Michael Davis
    • Braylon Edwards could return to the Jets

      Jets General Manager John Idzik and coach Rex Ryan were busy men on Tuesday, giving interviews to just about everyone this side of Jerry Springer. As you’d probably imagine, the majority of the questions were about the menagerie of quarterbacks the team
    • GM: All 5 Jets QBs to compete for top job

      One day after cutting Tim Tebow, New York Jets general manager John Idzik said Tuesday the five remaining quarterbacks on the roster will compete for the starting job, including the embattled Mark Sanchez.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Tebow's gone and Jets have 'open competition' at QB

      General manager John Idzik made it clear that the Jets starting quarterback job is up for grabs. The morning after the Jets waived Tim Tebow, Idzik maintained that Geno Smith, Mark Sanchez, David Garrard, Greg McElroy and even Matt Simms have a chance t…
    • Idzik says Jets didn’t consider asking Tebow to change positions

      It’s been obvious for months that Tim Tebow had no future as a quarterback for the Jets, and the only surprise when the Jets cut Tebow on Monday was that they waited so long to do it. But did the Jets keep Tebow around as long as they did with a thought
  • Jets' QB competition only a three-man race

    Let’s be realistic: Matt Simms will not be the New York Jets’ starting quarterback in 2013, and neither will Greg McElroy. That is why New York Jets general manager John Idzik’s claim Tuesday that all five quarterback will compete for the starting j
    Source: ESPN.com

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