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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Geno Smith
Rex Ryan is right about the New York Jets' quarterback competition. And, so is Michael Vick.
Rex Ryan and Michael Vick might need to huddle up.
The New York Jets' open quarterback competition might already be case closed.
Michael Vick is the new No. 1 for the New York Jets.
Geno Smith is still No. 1 for the New York Jets.
Michael Vick is in for the New York Jets. Mark Sanchez is out.
New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith is eager to work with Michael Vick, even if it means a hotly contested competition for the starting job.
The Sanchez move comes as no surprise. He competed for the starting quarterback job with rookie Geno Smith last season in training camp, but the competition was cut short when Sanchez injured his right shoulder in a preseason game.
Michael Vick is switching green jerseys - and maybe trading his clipboard for a starting job.
John Idzik will see quite a few familiar faces on Super Bowl Sunday.
Geno Smith still thinks of himself as the New York Jets' starting quarterback.
Geno Smith and Virgin America airline might fly together again, after all.
New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith walked off his flight at Los Angeles International Airport after getting into an argument with a flight attendant.
A person familiar with the situation says New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith left his flight at Los Angeles International Airport after getting into an argument with an attendant.
Rex Ryan is staying put as coach of the New York Jets.
Smith, who has repeatedly said he's taking nothing for granted, was not made available to the media.
"I don't put my mind in that position," he said. "I try to work as if I'm the underdog. Whether I'm named the starter or not, that's the way that I work. Like I said, that's something that helps me, having that constant edge, having that chip on my shoulder, just working extremely hard every single day to get better."