Tag: keyshawn johnson

  • Editorial

    Top 3 New York Jets teams in franchise history

    The New York Jets have been playing professional football for more than 60 years now since they started in 1960 as the New York Titans. However, despite their long tenure in the league, the team has just had a few seasons that could be labeled as successful. Many people put the NY Jets among the…

    November 16, 2020

  • Power Rankings

    Jets turbulent flight gets reflected in power rankings

    It's been a bumpy ride for the Jets this season, as every win has been followed by a loss so far. After the loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, ESPN dropped the Gang Green two spots from #18 to #20. FOX Sports placed Rex Ryan's team at #19, down from #18 a week ago. CBS Sports,…

    October 15, 2013

  • Jets Regular Season

    Jets players on pace to set records

    QB Brett Favre is on pace (48) to surpass QB Vinny Testaverde (29 in 1998) for most touchdowns in a season by a Jet. Meanwhile, WR Laveranues Coles (257 yards) and WR Jerricho Cotchery (243 yards), Favre’s main pass-catching weapons, aim to become the first Jets wide receiver duo to gain 1,000 yards apiece since…

    October 1, 2008

  • NFL Draft

    Revis finally signs

    The New York Jets finally agreed to terms with their first round draft pick CB Darrelle Revis, ending the longest rookie holdout since WR Keyshawn Johnson in 1996. The University of Pittsburgh cornerback, who was the 14th player chosen overall in April, missed 21 days of training camp and 23 practice sessions. In 35 games…

    August 15, 2007

  • Jets Off-field

    Just give me the damn mike!

    WR Keyshawn Johnson, Jets' #1 overall pick in 1996, announced his retirement on Wednesday despite having offers from a few NFL teams. Johnson, who turns 35 in July, was released three weeks ago by the Carolina Panthers. He spent 4 seasons with the New York Jets where he caught 305 passes for 4,108 yards, 31 TDs…

    May 23, 2007

  • Editorial

    "Tell everyone I'm in New York looking for apartments."

    ESPN.com news services In the latest shocking development from a championship team gone awry, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have deactivated former All-Pro wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson for the rest of the season, ESPN.com's Len Pasquarelli reports. Full Story According to Pasquarelli, Johnson has been told that he is excused from all team-related functions and that…

    November 18, 2003