The New York Jets say they're happy for Tim Tebow. That's basically all they said Tuesday about their former teammate.
Outspoken cornerback Antonio Cromartie absolved Mark Sanchez for the New York Jets' offensive disaster, blaming the front office for failing to surround the quarterback with enough talent.
The New York Jets have hired John Idzik as their new general manager.
Final report card: By Week 5, the Jets lost any chance of getting to eight wins.
After two weeks of declining to discuss his future, quarterback Mark Sanchez said Sunday he wants to remain with the New York Jets.
Mark Sanchez remains the New York Jets' starting quarterback, but the specter of Tim Tebow is growing larger.
The Jets took their beating and went home. Doused in hot sauce.
Mark Sanchez is mired in one of the worst slumps of his career, but he will remain the New York Jets' starting quarterback.
Rex Ryan thinks the Jets have the moxie to beat the Texans? What a joke!
The struggling Mark Sanchez has the support of Rex Ryan, who was bombarded with questions Monday as the inevitable quarterback controversy involving Tim Tebow erupted.
The Jets' O looked awesome early, then disappeared into the Pittsburgh air.
If the Jets don't reveal the full Wildcat Sunday, they might as well scrap it.
Mark Sanchez's big day means Wildcat won't be a divisive issue -- until it is.
Mark Sanchez is ready for the regular season, but most of the offense isn't.
Mark Sanchez might be the second-most popular quarterback on his own team, but his teammates expect him to be among the 10 best in the league.
New York Jets offensive coordinator Tony Sparano was emphatic in saying Tim Tebow's role with the team won't expand despite problems with pass protection in the preseason opener.