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Topic - Marcus Dixon
The fallout from the New York Jets failing to make the NFL playoffs is in full swing, with members of coach Rex Ryan's staff leaving, players taking shots at quarterback Mark Sanchez and other players defending him.
Marcus Dixon tries not to think about the 15 darkest months of his life.
Kenrick Ellis has a past filled with mistakes. He insists the New York Jets didn't make a big one themselves by drafting him in the third round.
Revis Island is open for business again _ just in time for the New York Jets to start what they hope will be a Super Bowl run.
Veteran fullback Tony Richardson has been released by the New York Jets, part of a series of roster moves a day after the team got down to the mandatory 53-player limit.
"If that's someone who doesn't know how to be a leader or have a good work ethic, then I don't know, man," Dixon said.
Dixon pointed out that Sanchez has gathered the team's running backs, wide receivers, tight ends and other quarterbacks in Southern California at his old high school the past few offseasons to work on team chemistry and camaraderie _ much of it on his own dime.