Assistant STC Ben Kotwicka held a football camp for kids.
RB LaDainian Tomlinson is holding his annual Camp LT at TCU.
RB Joe McKnight has a plenty of haters.
FB Tony Richardson will be at former Jets RB Coach Jimmy Raye's football clinic in North Carolina.
DT Sione Pouha is paying for fireworks and music for the Fourth of July celebration at his community in Utah.
Rookie DT Kenrick Ellis has changed agencies from Pro Football Management to Goal Line Sports.
Brandon Moore is a top NFL guard.
Bart Scott is a top NFL ILB. David Harris was, but is not anymore.
Darrelle Revis is the top NFL CB.
Jim Leonhard is a top NFL safety.
S Eric Smith has been living at home during the lockout. His parents talk about what he was like growing up.
Smith and FS Brodney Pool played in a charity soccer game in Michigan.
Former Jets DB Donnie Abraham is now a coach for the AFL's Tampa Bay Storm.
Former Jets TE Anthony Becht hopes to play again this season.
Former Jets WR Larry Taylor hopes to make big plays for the CFL's Calgary Stampeders. The writer seems to think the Jets still train in Long Island.
Former Jets QB Ray Lucas has been talking about his recovery from addiction.
Former Jets QB Boomer Esiason is the reason why I'm a Jets fan. I saw him on TV caring for his son who has cystic fibrosis, and watched a game just to see how that football guy is doing. Now I'm a die-hard fan, and Norman is still working hard to fight the disease.
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Cortland, New York will potentially lose $5 million without the Jets training there.
"Necessary Roughness" is a TV show based on a therapist for the New York Jets.
Jets Twit explains "planking". Apparently, it has nothing to do with former Jets assistant Doug Plank.
The Jets Blog wants you to caption a photo of the MadBacker.
The Jets Insider writes about the "depression-filled days" of the lockout.
Jersey Jets Fan goes to the seaside.
Here is a "Jets Flight Plan" profile on Ben Kotwicka:
Here is a Pro Interviews phone interview with K Nick Folk:
And here is youngster Russell Simon's radio interview with DT Mike DeVito:
I used to listen to WSOU all the time. New Jersey's hardest rock. Did anybody else here ever go to their SOU nights shows? The Birch Hill, Riverfront Rampage, March Metal Meltdown, etc?
And lastly, I shared this as a comment earlier, but once again, this guy is not a jerkoff (Be warned, there is cussing):