The New York Jets bolstered their backfield by claiming Alex Green off waivers from the Green Bay Packers. Find out which other notable players are changing teams in our waivers roundup.
New York Jets general manager John Idzik has asserted a role in who will be the starting quarterback. But a report says coach Rex Ryan will have the final call on whether it’s Mark Sanchez or Geno Smith.
Joe McKnight was among 14 players cut by the New York Jets on Monday, ending a three-season stint that likely will be remembered more for off-field issues than his performance on the football field.
Rex Ryan has come around on Geno Smith after continual contention over who should start at quarterback for the New York Jets. Ian Rapoport reports Ryan believes the Jets should move forward with Smith.
Geno Smith likely will start the season as the New York Jets’ QB. Even if Mark Sanchez was healthy, Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg would want the rookie for the job, Ian Rapoport reports.
It’s not looking good for Mark Sanchez to start in the New York Jets’ season opener. How much time could the quarterback miss because of his deep shoulder bruise?
The New York Jets plan to start Matt Simms at quarterback in Thursday’s preseason finale. What does that say about the status of Geno Smith and Mark Sanchez on Rex Ryan’s team?
The New York Jets’ quarterback puzzle has a new piece. The team agreed to terms with Graham Harrell, whom the Green Bay Packers recently released.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie likes the New York Jets and, it seems, Rex Ryan. But when Christie took a swing at a New York Daily News Jets beat writer, the tabloid fought back.
Dan Carpenter has latched on with the New York Jets just two days after being cut by the Arizona Cardinals. To make room for the veteran kicker, the Jets released Billy Cundiff.