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Tim Tebow? Check. Darrelle Revis? Yup. Bart Scott? You bet. Dustin Keller and Shaun Ellis? Got 'em.
The Miami Herald
Former Jets LB Bart Scott tackles new TV role
Scott was one of the NFL's biggest trash-talking playmakers during an 11-year NFL career as a hard-hitting linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens and New York Jets.
Wall Street Journal
Jets Face a Big Test
The Jets have one of the weakest offenses in the NFL, and their defense has crumbled in recent weeks, too.
Bart Scott gives back to Baltimore
Bart Scott had many big hits on the football field as a Raven. But none as big as his charitable hits that impacted the Baltimore community.
New York Daily News
Raissman's Under Further Review: Smokescreen for Chiefs coach
Wide reciever Dwayne Bowe starts for Chiefs despite arrest for speeding and pot possession, a dubious decision by coach Andy Reid that is ignored by TV coverage.
Before signing with Jets, Reed courted by Brady
First ballot future Hall of Famer Ed Reed ended up with Jets after they strongly recruited him following being waived by the Texans , but another future first-ballot Hall of Famer wanted him a little further north.
Gang Green Nation
Demario Davis: Improving Each Day
With the 77th pick in the 2012 draft, the New York Jets selected Demario Davis, after a frustrating debut season playing second fiddle to Bart Scott, the Arkansas State product is now starting to prove his worth.
New York Jets
JETS-BILLS: 10 Things to Watch For
"We haven't really thought about it," Ryan said today about things like stretch runs and postseason positioning for these suddenly in-play Jets.
New York Post
Bart Scott: Lack of experience hurting Jets
A rookie quarterback on a team far exceeding expectations might remind some of the Jets team that reached the AFC Championship Game four years ago.
Jets sign 9-time Pro Bowl safety Ed Reed
Safety Ed Reed was released by the Texans two days after criticizing the team and saying it had been outplayed and outcoached in the first full game without head coach Gary Kubiak.
Ed Reed to play in Baltimore one more time
Reed signed with the New York Jets on Thursday, meaning he will play in Baltimore for a second time this season.