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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - John Idzik
The New York Jets needed depth at tight end and wide receiver in the NFL draft.
The New York Jets began the NFL draft with a whopping 12 picks - and they made every single one of them.
Rex Ryan saw game film of Calvin Pryor and liked what he saw - and heard.
The New York Jets head into the NFL draft with several needs and plenty of picks.
John Idzik is still calm and deliberate, even when panicked New York Jets fans are begging for more.
They faced each other last month in the Super Bowl in the Meadowlands. Now, Eric Decker and Breno Giacomini are teammates who will call MetLife Stadium their football home.
John Idzik will see quite a few familiar faces on Super Bowl Sunday.
Rex Ryan and John Idzik were all smiles, laughing a few times while wrapping up the New York Jets' season and looking to the future.
Rex Ryan is staying put as coach of the New York Jets.
Rex Ryan bolted out of his office the moment he heard Ed Reed was cut.
Reed missed the Texans' first two games after hip surgery and was recently relegated to a backup role, making just 16 tackles. He was unhappy about not starting and criticized the team for being outplayed and outcoached after the Texans' seventh straight loss last Sunday.
Mark Sanchez has his sights set on returning to the field this season _ as the New York Jets' starting quarterback.
Geno Smith is the new face of the franchise for the New York Jets.
Even with the start of the NFL season nearly two weeks away, you don't need a Las Vegas bookmaker to pick a favorite for the first coach likely to be fired.
Rex Ryan isn't sure what all the fuss is about.
general manager John Idzik have said that Vick's presence is expected to help Smith with his development from his shaky rookie season.
"I can say this: every single pick, it seemed like we were on the edge of our seat," Idzik said. "In other words, we picked very popular players."