Coffee with the New York Jets: Richardson clarifies absence


Make sure to enjoy your cup of coffee with some fine reading material on the New York Jets. Today brings some articles on Sheldon Richardson‘s main reason why he missed some OTAs, safety Rontez Miles coming back inspired to make the team and how J.C. Copeland is serious about making football his career. Enjoy!

Jets mailbag: Quarterbacks, Sheldon Richardson’s attendance and Darrelle Revis’ comments by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"Remember, these workouts are voluntary. The only mandatory portion of the offseason is the June 9-11 minicamp. Richardson is a hard worker and I can tell you he takes a lot of pride in his game, so there’s no doubt he will be ready for the season."

Sheldon Richardson reminds fans he has life outside of OTAs by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"“I have a life outside of football n I chose to enjoy my family a little longer so to u fans that know everything please worry bout yourself,” Richardson tweeted on Friday."

Five months after emergency surgery, Jets safety Rontez Miles relishes another shot by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"But now there is work to be done, a lot of work. The Jets have a crowded safety position, with , , and . Miles, a physical player with a non-stop motor, won’t have an easy time making the team. Calvin Pryor Marcus Gilchrist Jaiquawn Jarrett Antonio Allen"

Jets FB J.C. Copeland chases NFL dream, skips final college exam by Kristian Dyer (Metro)

"Yet despite the feeling that he would be a late-round selection, Copeland went undrafted. He signed with the Cowboys, perhaps not the best situation given how they use their fullback. Fullbacks are a dying breed in the pro game, but with the Jets he falls into a position where he can possibly make an impact."

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