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Leon McFadden (CB, Cleveland Browns) OK, most former Aztecs had a rough week, but at least McFadden gets props for returning to the lineup after a groin injury...Five were cut as teams try to trim their rosters to 75 by the NFL's Tuesday deadline...
The plan is to put up an "Aztecs in the NFL" roundup every Monday morning where I highlight the former Aztecs who distinguished themselves on pro football fields nationwide. So, before I start and you guys squawk about me missing some guy or other,
On top of lacking the team's best receiver, Jets quarterback Greg McElroy may not have tight end Dustin Keller and two other pass-catchers on Sunday when he makes his first NFL start. Keller, whose speed and soft hands create mismatches, is doubtful
Keller will sit out a third straight contest with a nagging hamstring injury, while Hill hurt his hamstring during the Jets' 23-20 overtime victory at Miami during Week 3. New York had already ruled out All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis after he tore
The most important call of Tim Tebow's day comes far away from the huddle. It's usually sometime at night, when football is the furthest thing on the New York Jets backup quarterback's mind. That's a rare moment these days for Tebow, particularly
New York The most important call of Tim Tebow's day comes far away from the huddle. It's usually sometime at night, when football is the furthest thing on the New York Jets backup quarterback's mind. That's a rare moment these days for Tebow,
N.Y. The Associated Press Published Friday, Aug. 03 2012, 6:29 PM EDT Last updated Friday, Aug. 03 2012, 6:29 PM EDT Antonio Cromartie meant no disrespect, but he meant what he said...Chaz Schilens called it a slight and coach Rex Ryan quickly
Rex Ryan admitted he told his players to be mindful of public remarks in the aftermath of Antonio Cromartie 's take that he's the second-best wide receiver on the Jets. A day after wideout Chaz Schilens took umbrage with that, Ryan addressed the team
Antomio Cromartie a cornerback with the New York Jets, said that he is the Jets second best receiver. The comment was made after taking just one rep. Cromartie is a defensive player and a good one but one of the best receivers
Antonio Cromartie proclaimed himself the Jets' second-best wide receiver Tuesday, and Chaz Schilens isn't happy about it. Schilens said he felt slighted. "I think most of the guys did," he said. "I'll let him think whatever he wants," Schilens added.