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Training Camp Day 3: Jets in Pads and Hitting

The Jets had their first practice in pads today.  It poured with thunder and lightning this morning but cleared in time to have them play in the Stadium at Cortland University. Today Geno Smith played with the first team offense for much of the time and had a solid practice. He and Stephen Hill looked in sync  on long passes …

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Day 1: Jets Training Camp Notebook

There’s Nothing like Training Camp What a great first day at Jet camp.  Not a cloud in the sky and 75 degrees, I had a chance to reconnect with all the Jet beat writers on the sidelines.  Practice was quick tempo and both Mark Sanchez and Geno Smith threw well. The team has had a big change with so many …

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Jets Training Camp 2013: From Peekskill to Cortland

Training camp 2013 is finally here!  I’m leaving tomorrow for Cortland and cannot wait for practices to begin! I must admit I miss the old 2-a-day real hitting practices where I could watch and tell who was a hitter, not just who got to a spot.  There is nothing like seeing guys get after it every practice but so much is changing. …

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How Social Media Helps and Hurts Athletes

These times they are a-changin’. 24 hour TV news, Twitter, Facebook, Radio talk shows, cameras on cell phones.  The world of 2013 is so different than the previous 50 years I grew up in.  Sometimes it’s the greatest and others, privacy is gone and long forgotten. We hear stories about Bobby Layne, Jim Brown, Lawrence Taylor, Studio 54 happenings, Joe …

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Remember the Monday Night Miracle

I just love watching the Monday Night Miracle being rebroadcast from 2000. It brings back so many memories of the impossible that CAN happen in our great sport of football. To have the NY Jets be the victor in this game made it even sweeter. I’m watching and looking at the talent on this team! On offense watching Kevin Mawae …

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My Mixed Emotions on Jets West and Geno Smith

Every year, Mark Sanchez hosts a group of players at Mission Viejo High School in southern California for drills and training before the season. It’s become commonly know as Jets West and has developed into a well-produced event with great food and lots of fun. Sometimes these types of things may not be necessary, but are helpful. This year is …

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Was Robert Kraft Really Duped by Hernandez?

Robert Kraft just spoke out saying he was “duped” by Aaron Hernandez and I just don’t buy it. Kraft is a very intelligent and savvy businessman, and he’s experienced these PR headaches in the past. Once you’ve gone through a serious issue, you learn to be prepared for the future. He’s been through Spygate, signing Haynesworth, a guy who stomps …

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My Thoughts on the NFL Lockout

This lockout is getting ridiculous. I find fault with both players union and owners. I think it’s great that players bodies are getting 5 months off to recover which they used to get before the 1980s. But the draft was completely different without signing free agents ahead and filling certain needs and then it was horrible not to be able …

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