Jets interim football OPS being run by astnt GM Scott Cohen, frmr GM Terry Bradway
Jets interim football operations being run by assistant GM Scott Cohen, former GM Terry Bradway
As the Jets various roster moves have come out -- the signing of reserve/future contracts, basically -- a few of you have asked a great question: Who, exactly, is making these moves while the team searches for a new general manager?
This may seem obvious, but since I heard from a few of you on Twitter, figured we'd hash it out here: Former GM and current senior personnel executive Terry Bradway and assistant GM Scott Cohen.
Woody Johnson and his executive search firm Korn/Ferry will begin GM interviews on Friday, but in the meantime, Cohen and Bradway have maintained control of football operations.
Bradway was the team's general manager from 2001-06 and Cohen joined the team as assistant GM in 2008 after eight seasons as the Eagles director of pro personnel.
The Pro Football Writers Association rescinded their formal complaint to the NFL regarding the Jets not making Rex Ryan available to the media within a week of the season ending, a violation of the NFL media policy.
The Jets will have Ryan speak on Tuesday, nine days after the end of the year.
"The PFWA is satisfied that the New York Jets are following the spirit of the rules in making their executives available on Tuesday,” the statement from the PFWA read in part.
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