Some examples included Uncle Rico from “Napoleon Dynamite,” Al Bundy from “Married With Children,” the little kid from the NFL Play 60 commercial with Cam Newton, former New Jersey Net Brian Scalabrine and Lieutenant Dan from “Forrest Gump.”
Head coach Rex Ryan, who obviously doesn’t wear a helmet, plans to honor the victims in his own way by wearing a headset with the letters “S.H.E.S.” while he coaches.
Rex Ryan reversed his decision Friday, saying the backup quarterback could actually participate in the wildcat-style offense.
The Jets’ reunion with Braylon Edwards is already off to an odd start.
Tim Tebow’s days of running the New York Jets’ wildcat-style offense appear over for now.
It may be a waste of money to ask Mark Sanchez to manage games. But if he wants to take the Jets to the postseason, he can’t be asked to make plays.
The NFL without kickoffs? It will soon be under consideration. “Eventually you would almost have a flag football league,” said Domenik Hixon of the Giants.
Tim Tebow reached out Monday night to high school student-athlete Matt Hardy after a Twitter movement to raise the crash survivor’s spirits took on a life of its own on Twitter.
Whatever intangible that makes an athlete great — call it swagger, confidence, mojo, or moxie — Mark Sanchez has it no more.
“You’ve got to appreciate our fans,” Ryan said he told Scott. “Obviously, in the good times it’s much easier than in the bad times, so I had that conversation with Bart.”