Sidney Rice in New Jersey to meet with Jets

Update: Sidney Rice has re-signed with the Seahawks, per Pro Football Talk and his instagram account. Chris Johnson don’t do it for you, eh? Well, John Idzik and company think rest is for the weary, and are bringing free agent wide receiver Sidney Rice in for a look. Once again, it was ESPN’s Adam Schefter […]

Chris Johnson, New York Jets agree to two-year, $8 million deal

We’ve all patiently waited for movement on free agent Chris Johnson, from the Jets or another team, and at 4:19pm ET, the New York Jets officially announced the addition. The move and two-year deal were first reported on by ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Johnson, who has played six of his first seasons in the league with […]

Link: OJT Featured in NYDN Jets Blogger Draft Panel

I recently had the opportunity to take part in a New York Jets Blogger Panel, discussing the Jets’ best options through the first three rounds of the 2014 NFL Draft, for the New York Daily News. Thanks to NYDN writer, Manish Mehta, for having us. Check out my personal selections, on behalf of OneJetAtATime.com, and nine […]

Interview with former UGA Tight End Arthur Lynch

Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties with our recording device, we do not have the audio of the interview. As such, a proper transcript is also not available. We have, however, done our best to provide his answers below. We ‘selected’ TE Arthur Lynch to the Jets, in this year’s OJT Mock Draft—which includes some info on […]

Submit your ‘One Jet (Fan) at a Time’ Nominations!

At One Jet at a Time, we love recognizing members of Jets Nation, in one way or another. This time, we’re asking you to nominate Jets fans that represent what it means to bleed green (and white). What’s that mean?  We’re looking for one male and one female Jets fan that cheers the loudest at MetLife […]

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Meet Antonio Allen: The Jets Breakout Player of 2014

Antonio Allen will shortly become a household name for members of Jets Nation. The free safety was drafted in the seventh round of the 2o12 NFL Draft, out of South Carolina. Allen has played safety, at times, through his first two years in the league, being more heavily featured on special teams. Allen saw time […]

Chris Johnson meets with Jets

OJTB: Yankees Win Three of Four Against Red Sox

The Yankees’ pitching keyed the victory. Coming off a disastrous outing against the Baltimore Orioles last Tuesday (3.2 IP; 10 hits; 7 ER), RHP Ivan Nova rebounded nicely on Sunday. Nova (2-1; 5.94 ERA) overcame some rocky moments—such as 1B Mike Napoli’s sixth inning homerun—throughout the course of the contest to pitch 7.1 frames. He […]

NFL: Tennessee Titans at Oakland Raiders

Chris Johnson: Offensive Holding

Update: Jets have signed Johnson. Image: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports Running back Chris Johnson was officially released by the Titans six days ago, but he remains without a new contract and team in place. A report from Pro Football Talk stated that Johnson would not be working out for any potential teams, implying that the tape […]

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OJTB: Mets Survive Angels in 13 Innings

Anthony Recker. The Mets’ catcher probably wouldn’t be the player most fans expect to get clutch hits for the team. Go figure. Image: Jar C. Hong/AP Already credited with two RBIs on the night, Recker commenced the 13th inning with a solo homerun off Angels RHP Matt Shoemaker (0-1; 4.05 ERA) to afford the visitors a […]

John Idzik: The Quiet Man…

…a patient approach to New York Jets Free Agency By C.J. DeSimone, Co-Host of the C&C Football Factory Editor Note: Please disregard my name, Brian Johnson, as the author of the piece—this is indeed a guest piece from our friend, C.J. And be sure to check out their show (link above): great insight and lots […]

The Tale of a New York Jets Prospect and Twitter

Update: There are claims being made that the account was fake and has since been deleted. I’m a still a little skeptical of that—the perfect coverup.  Update 2: ChicagoFootball.com says that the account was indeed a hoax, as the pictures were taken off C.J.’s instagram—which doesn’t alleviate him from releasing the itinerary on social media. The full story […]

Jets History: 1970 Season

Coming off a disappointing loss to the eventual Super Bowl IV-champion Kansas City Chiefs in the 1969 American Football League (AFL) Playoffs, the Jets sought to soar into a new era of football in 1970. (’69 Season Review) Image: Getty Images/Tony Tomsic  Merger As planned, the AFL merged with the NFL in 1970 to create a single […]

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Draft Spotlight: RB De’Anthony Thomas

(Last spotlight: TE Eric Ebron) All spotlights are players who we believe would make a good fit for the Jets, regardless of projected draft positions. Feature Image: Getty Images Meet: Explosiveness De’Anthony Thomas is a three-year starter from Oregon, weighing in at about 174 lbs and measuring up at 5’9″. Thomas is perhaps the ‘flashiest’ player […]

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