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    I live in florida....you should have seen the ad the major law firm here Morgan and Morgan took out asking the jaguars to please sign Tebow because he is a proven winner....it was so pathetic and also hilarious. Tebow has been blacklisted from the NFL by his own idiotic fans. I am a former Gator and I loved what Tm did for us at UF, but my favorite UF QB has always been Chris Leak.



    Quote Originally Posted by Demosthenes9 View Post
    Nah, you were wrong for as long as Tebow was here.


    Last I heard, Tebow was off giving a speech at some college or something. Got a link for those tweets ? That's both mean and absolutely hilarious

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demosthenes9 View Post
    Nah, you were wrong for as long as Tebow was here.


    Last I heard, Tebow was off giving a speech at some college or something. Got a link for those tweets ? That's both mean and absolutely hilarious


    It was pretty funny. It got deleted after they all viewed it, and I'm pretty sure I'm banned now, lol.

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    Seriously, there is ONE reason ALL Jet fans should be praying that Saint Timmy signs with some deluded NFL team to compete for the fourth string QB/backup punt protecter job his talents fit...

    the reason. .the JI champagne celebration when Demo packs up his single wide and drives off to that pathetically stupid team's fan message board

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    Quote Originally Posted by sg3 View Post
    Seriously, there is ONE reason ALL Jet fans should be praying that Saint Timmy signs with some deluded NFL team to compete for the fourth string QB/backup punt protecter job his talents fit...

    the reason. .the JI champagne celebration when Demo packs up his single wide and drives off to that pathetically stupid team's fan message board
    Nah, Demos is good people. Smart guy, has a lot to offer. He may be seriously delusional about Tebow's abilities (or lack thereof), but he's still a good guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGinley View Post


    It was pretty funny. It got deleted after they all viewed it, and I'm pretty sure I'm banned now, lol.
    I'm thinking it was much funnier in your head during the 20 or so minutes you spent finding that forum, creating a profile, and photoshopping a Schefter tweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASG0531 View Post
    I'm thinking it was much funnier in your head during the 20 or so minutes you spent finding that forum, creating a profile, and photoshopping a Schefter tweet.
    Not the post itself, their reaction. They'd been posting for days about how they were so depressed that he wasn't on a team. Giving them what they wanted and then taking it away so swiftly was the funny part, lol.

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    Conor Orr ‏@ConorTOrr Rookie Camp Day 1: Who impressed, who got yelled at, who made nice catches + other notes of (possible?) significance http://www.nj.com/jets/index.ssf/2013/05/jets_rookie_camp_2013_who_impr.html …


    Mason Robinson of Rutgers impressed today, and came to Jets camp with a stern warning from Scarlet Knights coaches. "I like him," Ryan said. "The coaches at Rutgers said nobody at Rutgers wanted to fight this guy, and I thought 'Wow, that's pretty good for a little corner. Now, we'll have someone to fight him but obviously that's impressive."

    Ryan also liked slot wideout Zach Rogers from Tennessee, who was profiled by our tireless columnist Steve Politi this afternoon, and Dalton Freeman, a center out of Clemson.

    "He caught a lot of balls out there," Ryan said of Rogers. "Slot receiver, saw him returning a couple of punts, he did a good job in the special teams drills as everybody watched him. Breaking down, form tackling was good.

    Outside of Quinton Coples, who earned his way into the dog house without even practicing Friday, there were a couple players who got some public reprimands from the coaching staff.

    Antavious Wilson, a rookie wide receiver out of Marshall, caught the ire of position coach Sanjay Lal when he dropped an open pass from Geno Smith during 7-on-7.

    Ben D'Aguilar, a rookie linebacker out of McMaster (Canada) University also got tuned up by Ryan for a coverage mistake during 7-on-7 drills.
    Again, it's Day One, so stuff like this happens.

    Some other thoughts:
    • Seventh round pick Tommy Bohanon, the fullback out of Wake Forest, is as good a receiver as advertised. During one 7-on-7 play he made an impressive one-handed grab on a check down play while being smothered by a linebacker in coverage.

    If he can provide that level of comfort for a quarterback as a tight end or fullback, there may be a spot for him in this offense. Remember, Marty Mornhinweg once coached a team where Cory Schlesinger, a fullback with almost the exact same height and weight as Bohanon, had 60 catches for 466 yards in one season.

    • Some nice catches by both UDFA tight ends today. Mike Shanahan (Pittsburgh) and Chris Pantale (Boston College) both helped Geno Smith out in the receiving game. Pantale, especially, with a grab in traffic downfield.

    Chad Spann, a second-year running back out of Northern Illinois was everywhere at practice, both as a kick returner and in the backfield.

    • As for the new offensive lineman: Oday Aboushi played tackle for the most part, while Brian Winters played left guard and William Campbell played on the right side. Campbell said the coaching staff already has him watching tape of Brandon Moore, another former defensive lineman who converted to guard.

    Campbell is even wearing No. 65.

    • Speaking of numbers, here are the notable ones for any uniform watchers out there: Geno Smith (7), Sheldon Richardson (91), Dee Milliner (27), Brian Winters (67), William Campbell (65), Oday Aboushi (75), Tommy Bohanon (40).


    Scarlet Knights find lots of interest from NFL teams

    Punt return specialist Mason Robinson said Greg Schiano, now the head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, called him after the Draft and invited him to the team’s rookie mini cap, which starts this Friday and runs through Sunday.

    Robinson said Jacksonville also contacted him, but through his agent. Schiano, his former coach at Rutgers, called directly.

    “He said they didn’t have any openings to offer a contract right now, but that they might have a couple of spots that could be open and that’s what I’m going to do, go down there and try to make it,” said Robinson.

    Robinson, a 2007 Somerville High graduate, returned to Rutgers last season after suffering a season-ending knee injury in the Knights’ first game. He returned 29 punts for 111 yards last year with a long of 22 and returned four kickoffs for 93 yards with a long of 35.

    http://www.mycentraljersey.com/artic...from-NFL-teams


    2012: Returned from 2011 injury to hold the top spot at punt returner on the post-spring depth chart ... earned sixth year of eligibility.

    2011: Suffered a season-ending knee injury in the season-opener vs. North Carolina Central (9/1) … switched from wide receiver to cornerback in spring drills and was the recipient of the Frank R. Burns Award, given to the player who displays extraordinary mental and physical toughness.

    2010: Switched back to wide receiver during preseason camp … saw action in all 12 games as both a wide receiver and return specialist … recipient of the Paul Robeson Award (individual whose performance, leadership and dedication on and off the field during his career has had the greatest impact on Rutgers football) at team awards banquet … averaged 7.3 yards per punt return and 23.7 yards per kick return … returned a punt a career-long 60 yards for a touchdown at USF (11/3), the ninth-longest punt return in school history … returned a kickoff a season-long 32 yards at FIU (9/11).

    2009: Switched from running back to wide receiver in 2009 spring drills … suffered a season-ending injury in the season-opener against Cincinnati (9/7) ... had one carry for 12 yards in the contest.

    2008: Appeared in 10 games at running back ... made first career start vs. North Carolina (9/11) and tied his career-high with 82 yards rushing on a career-high 16 carries, including a career-best 25-yard run ... scored first career touchdown vs. Morgan State (9/27).

    2007: Made collegiate debut in season-opener vs. Buffalo (8/30) ... entered season as third-string running back but moved up to backup All-American Ray Rice … third on team with 202 yards rushing in 10 games … averaged an impressive 5.6 yards per carry … returned 14 kickoffs, with a long return of 35 yards … returned five punts for an average of 5.8 yards per return ... recorded first career carries against Norfolk St. (9/15) with nine rushes for 58 yards ... returned first career kickoff 20 yards against West Virginia (10/27) ... posted a season-high in carries (14) and a career-high in rushing yards (82) at Army (11/9).

    http://www.scarletknights.com/mobile...rtid=1&ID=4015
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    http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/fo...icle-1.1341103

    It looks like the character assassination is coming to an end.

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    ^^^Not good. Hand below elbow is Tebow-esque.



    And whoever did Rex's neck job was a butcher.
    Last edited by DDNYjets; 05-11-2013 at 09:09 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post


    ^^^Not good. Hand below elbow is Tebow-esque.
    Geno can actually hit his receivers, though. Still, he looks like he's doing some weird dance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGinley View Post
    http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/fo...icle-1.1341103

    It looks like the character assassination is coming to an end.
    pretty funny really coming from Mehta, one of the primary rippers using unnamed "sources" in the media

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGinley View Post
    Geno can actually hit his receivers, though. Still, he looks like he's doing some weird dance.
    Welcome back.

    As long as he is on time and accurate I don't care what he looks like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post




    And whoever did Rex's neck job was a butcher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demosthenes9 View Post
    So predictable. Get owned like a little *****, have no reply to come back with, so you revert to some Tebow crap..

    I don't need to reread what you said again as I was perfectly able to see how farked up and wrong it was the first time through.
    Its pretty comical that you would call out any long time Jet fan around here for being "owned", when for an entire year you have been b*tch slapped and proven wrong time and time again. Please tell us again how Elway traded Tebow because he was afraid the locker room would be divided between Manning and Tebow...LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sg3 View Post
    pretty funny really coming from Mehta, one of the primary rippers using unnamed "sources" in the media
    I thought most reporters, in every industry, used unnamed sources?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    Welcome back.

    As long as he is on time and accurate I don't care what he looks like.
    Good to be back.

    I agree. I never said much of how Tim looked when he threw the ball. I just cared that he couldn't complete a pass if his life depended on it.

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    Rich Cimini ‏@RichCimini
    Day 2 of #Jets rookie camp today. Players on the field at 10:30 a.m. Same schedule as yesterday.




    I'm sure another reporter will confirm this for those out there that require it

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    Manish Mehta ‏@MMehtaNYDN
    Geno Smith shouldn't be defined by unattributed assaults on his character. He deserves a fair chance. My column: http://nydn.us/15xHepe #nyj

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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but wasn't Womanish one of the primary ones pushing this character assassination nonsense?

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGinley View Post
    Manish Mehta ‏@MMehtaNYDN
    Geno Smith shouldn't be defined by unattributed assaults on his character. He deserves a fair chance. My column: http://nydn.us/15xHepe #nyj

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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but wasn't Womanish one of the primary ones pushing this character assassination nonsense?
    No, Manish wasnt the one driving that, it was from the national media like NFL Network and ESPN that did the character assassination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sec.101row23 View Post
    Its pretty comical that you would call out any long time Jet fan around here for being "owned", when for an entire year you have been b*tch slapped and proven wrong time and time again. Please tell us again how Elway traded Tebow because he was afraid the locker room would be divided between Manning and Tebow...LOL.
    Hey sec - can you give us any thoughts on dalton freemen since he played at clemson?

    I started a thread yesterday about our backup center situation and totally forgot about this kid, would be great if he could win that job and give us some depth there.

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