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In response to Sheldon Richardson, Brandon Marshall takes the high road

Wednesday, May 24th, 2017

Jets defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson took a shot at former teammate Brandon Marshall on Tuesday, saying that there were “15 reasons” for the team’s failures in 2016. Marshall responded by taking the high road. “Last year was an extremely difficult season for all of us,” Marshall told Kimberly A. Martin of Newsday.

Pryor returns to Jets OTAs on Wednesday

Wednesday, May 24th, 2017

Calvin Pryor's absence from the Jets organized team activities (OTAs) lasted only one day as he returned on Day 2 Wednesday.

Marshall responds to Richardson’s jab

Wednesday, May 24th, 2017

Jets DE Sheldon Richardson took a swipe at former teammate Brandon Marshall on Tuesday after the Jets' first day of OTAs. While answering a question regarding whether he wanted to remain with the Jets (he does), Richardson said the "locker room is a whole lot easier to get along with now." After being asked why the locker room is better, Richardson said "let's just say there are 15 reasons why it's better." Marshall wore No. 15 with the Jets. The room burst into laughter, Richardson said "that's enough, I'm out of here," and walked away. In an interview with Newsday, Marshall had no reaction to Richardson's comments. Instead, he expressed his gratitude for being a Giant.  "Last year was an extremely

Jets to give all three QBs chance to win starting job this summer

Wednesday, May 24th, 2017

Ralph Vacchiano, NFL Insider | Facebook | Twitter | Archive FLORHAM PARK, N.J. - On the first day of spring practice, the Jets' presumed quarterback of the future was relegated to a far field to work with the third-stringers, while a 37-year-old journeyman got the first-team snaps on the main field. That's probably the way it'll be when training camp opens this summer. But not definitely, because the Jets continue to insist that their quarterback depth chart is subject to change. As they have all offseason long, the Jets insisted again on Tuesday that their quarterback competition will be wide open this year, and new offensive coordinator John Morton promised the three quarterbacks will all get

Jets giving all 3 QBs equal shot at winning starting job

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

The New York Jets' starting quarterback job is up for grabs. Coach Todd Bowles wouldn't put a timetable on selecting a starter, adding that the competition is ''wide open'' and might not be settled until training camp. ''Obviously, you want to see them start to separate at some point,'' Bowles said.

3 months before the first game of the season, the Jets already sound like a mess

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

If the New York Jets' organized workouts on Tuesday are any indication, it may be another long season. One of the biggest stories was the absence of safety Calvin Pryor. While workouts were voluntary and Pryor reportedly attended past team workouts, his absence on Tuesday was noteworthy because he is playing for a contract.

Richardson rips Marshall: ’15 reasons’ Jets’ room now better

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

Sheldon Richardson likes the vibe around the New York Jets' locker room - and Brandon Marshall not being there is a big reason why. The defensive lineman, who feuded last season with Marshall, was asked after the Jets' first practice of organized team activities Tuesday if he wants to remain a part of the team despite persistent rumors he could be traded. ''Yeah, it's the team that drafted me,'' said Richardson, a first-round pick in 2013.

Bye bye, Brandon: Sheldon Richardson says Jets locker room better without Marshall

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

Sheldon Richardson implied the Jets locker room is a better place without Brandon Marshall. Veteran receiver Brandon Marshall, now with the New York Giants, has certainly figured out how to endear himself to reporters. Sheldon Richardson and the "15 reasons" #Jets locker room is better/more comfortable this offseason.

Jets waive Devin Smith, yet another of their second-round busts

Monday, May 22nd, 2017

The Jets have waived-injured wide receiver Devin Smith, who was the 37th pick in the 2015 NFL draft. The New York Jets have waived 2015 second-round wide receiver Devin Smith with an injury designation. Smith suffered a torn ACL at some point prior to the draft, which led to the team using third- and fourth-round picks on receivers ArDarius Stewart and Chad Hansen.

Jets waive Devin Smith after torn ACL

Monday, May 22nd, 2017

The Jets haven’t gotten much return on the second-round pick they used on wide receiver Devin Smith in the 2015 draft and that wasn’t going to change this season. Smith tore his ACL in April and the team waived him with an injury designation on Monday. The Jets could also reach an injury settlement with Smith and cut him loose altogether, although that decision could wait until they see how his recovery progresses.