Former NFL fullback Tony Richardson shares his first impressions of Jets QB Sam Darnold.
by: Ron Dicker — The Huffington Post 12h
“I never want to put restrictions on the speech of our players."
by: firstname.lastname@example.org (Kirstie Chiappelli) — Sporting News 12h
President Trump applauded the changes made by the league, saying those who protest maybe "shouldn't be in the country."
by: Maximo Gonzales — Clutchpoints 13h
Unlike most teams, the New York Jets have an abundance of talent under center going into organized team activities. As of right now, quarterback Josh McCown is the safest bet to be the starter and No. 3 overall pick Sam Darnold is also likely in the...
by: Darryl Slater | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com — NJ.com 13h
A big spring and summer for him. Linebacker Lorenzo Mauldin is fighting for his roster spot as OTAs begin at the Atlantic Health Training Center in Florham Park, N.J.
by: Rich Cimini — ESPN New York: Jets Blog 13h
Fellow Jets quarterbacks have taken note of Sam Darnold's inquisitive nature, from huddle strategy to note-taking to ... hair products?
by: Des Bieler — Washington Post: Early Lead 19h
"I never want to put restrictions on the speech of our players,” said Johnson, who promised to pay any fines that his team might accrue from the NFL for anthem demonstrations.
by: Albert Breer May 24, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 20h
A look at the why and how behind the league’s controversial new policy, and what looks to be an early and obvious mistake. Plus, notes from around the league on Kirk Cousins’ start in Minnesota, Ryan Tannehill’s return, Zack Martin’s upcoming and likely..
by: Sports Illustrated — Yahoo Sports 8h
After the NFL owners voted on an anthem policy requiring players to stand when on the field, Jets chairman Christopher Johnson said he will pay any fines for players who choose not to stand, according to Newsday.
by: Michael McCann May 23, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 24h
The NFL may think it solved the national anthem controversy entering the 2018 season, but after Wednesday's announcement of the league's new policy, it's only beginning.
by: N/A — SNY: The Jets Blog 24 May
When the Jets drafted QB Sam Darnold, it appeared inevitable that their former second-rounder, QB Christian Hackenberg, was the odd man out with four quarterbacks on the roster.
by: Bob Glauber — Newsday 24 May
The league’s insistence that players stand for the song has created more debate and controversy.
by: Michael Pallas — Fansided: NFL Spin Zone 23 May
New York Jets players won't be punished by the team if they choose to demonstrate during the national anther, and CEO Christopher Johnson is correct in tha...