NEW YORK TIMES COLUMNIST NICHOLAS KRISTOF WARNS OF CLIMATE CHANGE WHILE ON COMPANY’S GLOBAL $135,000 A TICKET PRIVATE JET TOUR. The tour, if it sold out, would bring in $6.75 million. In 2013, the Times ran a “news analysis” piece entitled, “Your Biggest Carbon Sin May Be Air Travel,” which reported, “For many people reading […]
The New York Jets have signed former Lions linebacker Brandon Copeland and re-signed defensive lineman Xavier Cooper
The Jets made a big defensive line signing. Or at least a signing of a big defensive lineman. According to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News, the Jets have brought Xavier Cooper back on a one-year deal. The Jets picked Cooper up midseason, and he played in eight games. Originally a third-round pick [more]
Dancers who have an affinity for football and want to cheer on their local team have the chance to join the New York Jets Flight Crew cheerleaders for the team’s 2018-2019 season. Although dancing on NFL Sundays at home games (in front...Show More Summary
New York now is in position to make a big investment at quarterback after swinging a deal with the Colts.
The New York Jets have signed former Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to a one-year contract
Perhaps the two easiest dots to connect in the looming quarterback draft market is between Buffalo and New York. But Bills General Manager Brandon Beane’s not ready to connect them, at least not yet. With the Jets trading to the third spot, the Bills would have to go to No. 2 to make sure they [more]
For some reason, there are a few fans of the New York Jets who are pleased with the outcome of their trade with the Indianapolis Colts over the weekend. Why? What exactly did the Jets do to garner such praise? Has anyone not taken the...Show More Summary
The New York Jets will pick third in the NFL draft after trading with the Indianapolis Colts.
Teddy Bridgewater has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with the New York Jets.
Dylan Donahue’s drunk-driving incident Monday got him arrested and might well get him released by the New York Jets, but all things considered, he is very lucky that it didn’t turn into a catastrophe. After all, according to police, the first-year linebacker was driving the wrong way in Lincoln Tunnel when he crashed into a jitney bus. […]
New York Jets linebacker Dylan Donahue was arrested and charged with DWI and reckless driving after causing a wrong-way car crash at the Lincoln Tunnel in the early hours of Monday morning, according to Caitlin Mota of NJ.com. ...
A new hypersonic plane could rival Superman for the fastest thing in the sky. A team of researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences just announced that when they tested a scaled-down model of their new hypersonic plane in a wind tunnel it got up to speeds of Mach 7, or 5,300 miles per hour. Show More Summary
New York Jets LB Dylan Donahue has been charged with drunken driving after he allegedly drove the wrong way in the Lincoln Tunnel.
Former New York Jets linebacker David Harris has retired after 11 NFL seasons
According to ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr., Baker Mayfield is a certified first round prospect. In fact, he has him being drafted by the New York Jets with the #6 pick. If it was up to Colin Cowherd, the former Oklahoma Sooners QB wouldn’t be getting drafted at all. The Fox Sports 1 host took to his show […]
The New York Jets currently have a quarterback carousel that includes Bryce Petty, Christian Hackenberg, Josh McCown, and Joel Stave. Certainly not the ideal collection of QB’s you want on the roster if you wanted to be taken seriously as a franchise. After the Washington Redskins traded for Alex Smith and signed him to a long-term […]
New York is really pulling out all the stops when it comes to chasing free agent-to-be Kirk Cousins
The New York Jets’ front office continues to find ways to make themselves the laughingstock of the NFL. Last season, there was hope for the Jets before quarterback Josh McCown went down with an injury. The Jets would finish the year 5-11 but the future was bright. Show More Summary
A report emerged Monday that the Jets will pay “whatever it takes” to land quarterback Kirk Cousins. Brian Costello of the New York Post has tried to make “whatever” more tangible. Costello explains, based on the beliefs of “many people,” that “whatever” could become a five-year, $150 million offer, with a “good chunk” of it [more]