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Topic - Robert Wood Johnson Iv
Geno Smith is the new face of the franchise for the New York Jets.
Jets owner Woody Johnson won't try to temper expectations for his team this season.
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.
Jim Schwartz stepped into perhaps the NFL's worst job of all time, inheriting its first 0-16 team.
Tim Tebow was waived by the Jets on Monday, the end of an unsuccessful one-season experiment in New York.
Geno Smith's surprising slide through the NFL draft stopped in the second round.
Woody Johnson owns the New York Jets, so he's no stranger to making big proclamations. Consider this one, just after the New York area won the bid for the first Super Bowl in an outdoor stadium in a cold weather market.
Rex Ryan and Woody Johnson met the media Tuesday, wearing Jets-green ties and presenting an unusually united front for a coach and owner coming off an abysmal season that produced far more in the way of turbulence than touchdowns.
Mike Tannenbaum pulled out a letter as he stood in front of the New York Jets players for one last time.
The New York Jets have fired general manager Mike Tannenbaum and say coach Rex Ryan will be back next season.
No matter what, Rex Ryan wants to be the New York Jets coach for years to come.
Rex Ryan has no plans to go anywhere.
From nearly Super to just plain stupefying.
At times we forget about the humanity within our gladiators, viewing them solely as padded combatants who perform amazing athletic feats for our entertainment and pleasure.
Rex Ryan gathered his three quarterbacks Wednesday morning and told them he had made up his mind.
"Mark is going to be on the team," Johnson said. "I don't think there's a question."
"We'll always put the best player we can on the field on Sunday, and that will continue," Johnson said. "The competition's ongoing."