P Diddy arrested for attacking former Jets Strength Coach Sal Alosi


  TMZ sports is reporting that Sean “P Diddy” Combs was arrested at UCLA for attacking former Jets strength coach Sal Alosi.  Allegedly Alosi was screaming at Combs’ son (a player for UCLA Bruins football team) during drills.  Combs took offense and confronted him (Alosi) after practice.  During the confrontation reports say Combs attacked Alosi with a kettlebell, and Combs wanted to call police … Continue reading

Geno Smith to Devin Smith: The Smith-to-Smith Connection

New York Jets wide receiver Devin Smith (left) runs a drill during their rookie mini-camp at the New York Jets training facility in Florham Park, New Jersey, May 8, 2015. (Ray Stubblebine)

With the outstanding offseason the Jets have had so far, many fans and members of the media seem to be talking all about the acquisitions of Brandon Marshall, Darrelle Revis, Antonio Cromartie, and Leonard Williams. However, an often forgotten addition Devin Smith, a WR taken in the second round out of Ohio State, is key in the revamped passing offense for … Continue reading

Calvin Pryor’s playful shove knocks out Zach Sudfeld

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Dan Cosentino of NJ.com is reporting that Zach Sudfeld’s injury (ACL tear) was due to safety Calvin Pryor making contact with the tight end during a non-contact drill. The playful shove was obviously intentional because he did it again to TE Jeff Cumberland moments later. Coach Todd Bowles said he would address the issue with the players (but did not mention Pryor … Continue reading

Jets Special Teams Need Upgrade to be Playoff Contenders


The big talk surrounding the Jets within the last couple of months has been focused on the new and improved secondary, a bolstered defensive line, and an updated receiving core, which now includes Brandon Marshall. In the excitement of post-draft hype and minicamp analysis, the special teams were grossly overlooked. From 2001-2011, the Jets special teams  built one of the … Continue reading

Finally with a roster, Geno Smith should be the Jets answer


It is no secret, playing the most important position, in the country’s most popular sport, in the world’s largest media market, is no easy task. Going into his third season, NY Jets Quarterback Geno Smith will have the opportunity to shed the widespread criticism held by many in the sport; and I, like many of my fellow Green & White … Continue reading

Jets Waive TE Sudfeld, Sign Steve Manieri to Fill Spot


It’s only June, but the Jets have their first camp casualty. The team received word yesterday that 4th-year tight end Zach Sudfeld will miss the entirety of the 2015 season after suffering a torn ACL during a collision with safety Calvin Pryor during minicamp. The undrafted free agent appeared in all 16 games for Gang Green last year, recording 5 … Continue reading