Tag: laron landry

  • Jets Regular Season

    Cromartie and Landry to Pro Bowl

    CB Antonio Cromartie and S LaRon Landry will represent the New York Jets at the Pro Bowl, as they both made the AFC squad as backups. Following the season-ending injury to CB Darrelle Revis, Cromartie became the Jets' premier shutdown corner and has performed admirably. He's defended 13 passes, intercepted 3 and returned one of…

    December 26, 2012

  • Jets Regular Season

    Jets snap losing streak, beat Rams 27-13

    The New York Jets showed some signs of life un Sunday, as they earned a road win against the St. Louis Rams, 27-13. Just when most experts and fans, myself included, had written them off, QB Mark Sanchez and Co. finally played a mistake free game. Granted, it was against the lowly Rams, but considering…

    November 19, 2012

  • Injuries

    Jets vs. Patriots final injury report and game notes

    NT Kenrick Ellis (knee), NT Sione Po'uha (low back), RB Bilal Powell (shoulder) and S Eric Smith (knee) are all listed as doubtful for the upcoming game against the New England Patriots. Although it's pretty certain that Powell won't suit up on Sunday. WR Clyde Gates (shoulder), C Nick Mangold (ankle), and RB Joe McKnight…

    October 19, 2012

  • Jets Regular Season

    Jets offense wakes up, destroys Bills in season opener

    On the day when the New York Jets retired Curtis Martin's #28, the Gang Green's offense scored four touchdowns, erasing all memories of the poor preseason where they managed to score just one in four games. Special teams and defense scored as well, as the Jets utterly destroyed the Buffalo Bills, 48-28, setting a new…

    September 10, 2012

  • Jets Preseason

    Offense struggles again, as Jets lose to Giants

    The annual Battle of New York wasn't much of a contest, as the New York Giants routed Rex Ryan's Jets, 26-3. For the second week in a row the Jets struggled on offense, managing to score just three points. It's only preseason but there are quite a few alarming signs that better be fixed sooner…

    August 18, 2012

  • Jets Preseason

    Coples stars but offense struggles against Bengals

    Rookie DE Quinton Coples had an impressive debut against the Cincinnati Bengals on Friday night, registering a sack, five tackles, forcing a fumble and knocking down a pass. The offense, however, managed to gain only 173 total yards, as the Jets dropped the preseason opener, 17-6. QB Mark Sanchez started the game and completed 4…

    August 12, 2012

  • Training Camp

    Landry is ready to go, Revis reports to camp

    S LaRon Landry, who was signed as a free agent earlier this year, has been activated from the PUP list and is ready to practice with the team. He has been rehabbing a nagging Achilles/heel injury that landed him on injured reserve last season and sidelined him for the team's mini-camp in June. Also, CB…

    July 26, 2012

  • Trades

    Jets acquire tackle from Carolina, place Landry on PUP

    The New York Jets traded their conditional draft pick for OT Jeff Otah of the Carolina Panthers. After showing lots of promise at right tackle in his first two seasons, Otah has dealt with a series of injuries and has appeared in only four games the last two years. Otah, 26, started in 12 games…

    July 23, 2012

  • Editorial

    Defensive notes - offseason moves

    Despite some gaudy statistics in 2011, the defense was not as dominant as it had been the previous two seasons. Highlighting this was the 95 yard drive led by Tim Tebow to end the week 11 matchup against the Broncos or the 99 yard Touchdown given up to the Victor Cruz and the Giants. Many…

    June 17, 2012

  • Jets Free Agent Signings

    Jets add safety depth - sign Yeremiah Bell

    The New York Jets added another veteran safety to their roster, as they agreed to a 1-year contract with S Yeremiah Bell, who played his entire 8-year career for the Miami Dolphins. Bell's deal is reportedly worth $1.4M, which includes a $1.1M base salary, which is guaranteed, plus a $200,000 signing bonus and a $100,000…

    May 18, 2012