Posts Tagged ‘NFL Draft’

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Corner Blitz!

April 22, 2010

 

Another weapon for the NFL's best defense

With the 29th overall pick, the New York Jets selected Boise State corner Kyle Wilson.  The Piscataway native is pegged as an aggressive cornerback with superior ball skills and was rated a top 15 player on most draft boards.  As Rex Ryan’s former boss Ozzie Newsome put it, “Rex can never have enough corners.”

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Safety nets

March 8, 2010

Giants signed Antrel Rolle; Cardinals swooped Rhodes from Jets

The New York football Giants matched the Jets acquisition of Antonio Cromartie with the signing of Antrel Rolle to recapture the football headlines this weekend in New York.  The deal with the former Arizona Cardinal safety was the first step in revamping what was one of the NFL’s worst defenses in 2009.   Read the rest of this entry ?

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The Jets acquire Antonio Cromartie

March 4, 2010

Mike Tannenbaum has worked his magic yet again. 

The New York Jets, according to various sources, traded their 2011 third-round pick to the San Diego Chargers for cornerback Antonio Cromartie late Thursday night.  The pick can become a second rounder based on Cromartie’s playing time and performance with Gang Green. 

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In Mr.T we trust….

January 20, 2010

Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum is rolling sevens

The play was a roll-out to the right, with the Jets down 7-3 and facing 3rd and goal from the Chargers one yard-line.  Rookie Mark Sanchez scrambled, was given time thanks to a great block from fellow rookie Shonn Greene, and the Sanchise threw a bullet to second-year tight end Dustin Keller in the back of the end zone.  Completed pass…touchdown….Jets led 10-7. 

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The top 10 athletes of the 2000’s….No. 3

December 21, 2009

"With the 199th pick of the 2000 NFL draft...."

The number three athlete began the decade as an obscure backup, but closes it as the most accomplished player in the nation’s most popular sport.  This quarterback is a three-time champion whose persona has transcended football.   In addition, despite appearing in just four Pro-Bowls and winning “only” one MVP, this athlete has been the epitome of clutch in the big spot, leading his team to some of the most memorable victories of the 2000’s.  Some players have passed him in terms of individual accolades and honors, but nobody can match his accomplishments when championships are on the line.

The number three athlete after the jump!

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