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Jets will fly as far as Geno Smith takes them
The heat's still on, though. If the Jets miss the playoffs for a fourth straight season - the longest drought in owner Woody Johnson 's tenure since taking over in 2000 - Ryan could be the scapegoat. If Smith doesn't progress, the Jets could be in the
Fantasy Fox: Bye-week saviors; cherished YouTube memories
day ... that's a lot of shampooing! (Not the greatest line ever written for TV.) Of course, if current Jets owner Woody Johnson (of Johnson & Johnson corporate fame) presided over the franchise in the late 1970s ... Joe Namath would have been the
Rex, Jets hoping new pieces solve playoff puzzle
a three-year playoff drought - the longest since owner Woody Johnson bought the team in 2000. Despite having inconsistent rookie ..... the Jets need to get back into the playoffs. Otherwise, Woody Johnson 's patience might be totally worn. Here are some story
AFC East Preseason Capsules
and save coach Rex Ryan's job. Still, Jets missed playoffs for third straight year, longest postseason drought since Woody Johnson bought team in 2000. IMPORTANT ADDITIONS: WR Eric Decker; RB Chris Johnson; QB Michael Vick, RT Breno Giacomini; CBs
Woody Johnson is just lucky to be here today
Updated NOV 20, 2013 8:11a ET Football New York Jets owner Woody Johnson is a well-respected NFL executive and part of the Johnson & Johnson empire. However, a tragic accident could have stopped that
NFL owners reflect on Ralph Wilson
Robert Kraft, Woody Johnson and others comment on the legacy of former Buffalo Billls' owner and founder Ralph Wilson.
Jets owner: '8-8 good, but I wasn't satisfied'
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) Woody Johnson wants more from his New York Jets. Last season, his team won three of its last four games to finish 8-8 and celebrated in the
New York Jets 2014 preview: Leadership will be key
plenty of speculation Ryan would be fired. But after New York won three of its final four games last season, Jets owner Woody Johnson announced Ryan would return, and immediately it was known how his players felt. Jets players heard the news after the final
Jets help injured Army vet get 'smart home'
ago is having a ''smart home'' built on Staten Island with the help of a $1 million donation from New York Jets owner Woody Johnson . Army Sgt. Bryan Dilberian, wearing a Jets jersey, received a hero's welcome at a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday
Joe Philbin: Will improve workplace culture in Miami
payments will be made on April 1, 2016, in an agreement with the NFL Players Association. PROMISES, PROMISES Jets owner Woody Johnson mentioned an interest in Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson by name on Sunday. Coach Rex Ryan and general manager John Idzik