Rebuilding is Not Tanking

The New York Jets will always dominate the sports pages in New York / New Jersey, but too often it’s not because of great play on the field. There have been some exciting years – in the 1980’s with the beloved record breaking “Sack Exchange” but losing the AFC championship game 14-0. Coach Don Shula […]

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My Take on Kathryn Smith as NFL Coach

Today is a historic day for the NFL: the appointment of Kathryn Smith as a full-time female coach on an NFL team. As a woman who was blessed to work for the New York Jets in the 70’s as the league’s first female scout, I always dreamed of this day. I secretly wished for it […]

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Feeling Jets Pride

“The NY Jets are doing so much to encourage fan involvement compared to the Giants!” This was music to my ears, talking to fans, as I sat at the free Green and White Scrimmage last night at Met Life Stadium. Fans on the field as players come out the tunnel, fans holding the huge flag, […]

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Welcome to the NFL, Jen!

Congratulations to the NFL’s First Female Coach, Jen Welter! As I sit in the living room of a player (and his wife) who was a famous part of my draft history, a story comes across the TV screen about The Arizona Cardinals hiring an assistant LB coach as an intern for the summer. I didn’t know […]

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Super Bowl 49: What a Game!

What an amazing Super Bowl! It lived up to all the hype and ended up with the most questionable call that cost the Seattle Seahawks the victory. I’m no Patriot fan but I do believe the greatness of Tom Brady was on display in that game, but especially the fourth quarter, bringing the Patriots from […]

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