Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters!
NYJets.com shares video of the Cortland activities.
Mark Sanchez will need to play at his best if the Jets want to make the playoffs.
Tim Tebow was heckled yesterday.
Gang Green hasn't shown their wildcat in practice yet. Should we call it the Gator Cat? The wild Gator? The Gator Frog? Probably just stick to wildcat.
Tony Sparano talked about the wildcat, working for Bill Parcells and Tom Coughlin, and more.
Rex Ryan expressed disappointment in Jeremy Kerley.
If Jere-Kerl doesn't step it up, Chaz Schillens may very well challenge him.
Is there a chance Royce Pollard could make the team? I haven't heard much about him so I highly doubt it.
Stephen Hill has been impressive so far.
Keyshawn Johnson offered advice to Santonio Holmes. It must have been about staying humble, not calling attention to yourself and how not to alienate yourself from your team(s).
Antonio Cromartie could possibly contribute as a wideout as well.
Brandon Moore talked about Doug Marrone, the former Jets OL Coach who is now the Syracuse head coach.
The Bears also wanted to get Jeff Otah.
Dustin Keller wants his contract extended but is focusing on football. Not knowing how the offense will actually look like, I doubt an extension will happen soon.
Hayden Smith has been trying to adjust to the NFL.
Pro Football Weekly shares video explaining the advantage of having Shonn Greene on your fantasy team.
Mike Westhoff has been back with the team for training camp.
Jake Steinberg writes about being part of the media at training camp. Steiny seems like a great kid, and personally I'm very happy for him.
Joe Namath recently held his annual football camp.
Do you know who David Hill is? He was the guy in charge of Fox Sports, and Deadspin writes about his contributions to the NFL.
I'm sorry I couldn't post yesterday. I was busy writing my new screenplay called "Children of the Unicorn". It's about a unicorn and its offspring, which are made of rainbows.