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NY Jets' defense could be key to determining Rex Ryan's fate Ryan still has a real chance to salvage his job, but he can't afford for his calling card to crumble. If the defense falters down the stretch, Woody Johnson and general manager John Idzik
Faced with these circumstances last year, they embarrassed themselves at Tennessee. Faced with these circumstances this year, just how will the Jets react Sunday afternoon at Carolina? There are hunches, no doubt, but little about this season makes
New York Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie has a concussion and his status for the team's game against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday is uncertain. Coach Rex Ryan says Monday that Cromartie, while showing improvement, is going through the NFL's
Stories Jets owner Woody Johnson once again refused to commit Monday to Rex Ryan in 2014 saying the decision will be made after the season. Johnson has been consistent since he said in the days before the opener in September that he would not comment
Stories Woody Johnson , who will have to make an important decision about Rex Ryan 's future in the next few weeks, reiterated on Sunday morning that he will wait until after the season to make any definitive calls about the future direction of the
As losses mount and Rex Ryan takes the blows, Gang Green GM hangs back in the shadows. Saturday, December 7, 2013, 1:00 PM Corey Sipkin/New York Daily News New Jets GM John Idzik fades into the background as Gang Green's season turns into a mess.
Raiders RB Rashad Jennings has been going through the concussion protocol. If he isn't cleared, the Raiders would be in a real bind with Darren McFadden (ankle) and Jeremy Stewart (knee, ankle) also banged up...WR Denarius Moore (shoulder), LB Kaluka
New York Jets wide receiver Jeremy Kerley will make his return after missing three games with a dislocated elbow, giving struggling Geno Smith one of his key targets on offense. Fellow receiver Santonio Holmes (hamstring) and tight end Kellen Winslow
But in fact those committee meetings, with their militaristic strategies and tribal rituals, help explain the National Football League's popularity in America. Sure, the violence might be problematic, especially in light of recent head trauma studies.
NY Jets say Ed Reed is helping team The once-great safety has looked slow on the field, has missed tackles and has not visibly been making much of an impact. While many question whether he should remain a starter, the Jets are leaping to his