Coffee with the New York Jets: Marshall visits HOF
Grab an iced coffee and enjoy some fine reading material on the New York Jets. In this edition, a recap of the visit Brandon Marshall had at the Pro Football Hall of Fame, updates on ex-Jets players and news on the involvement of Sal Alosi and Diddy. Enjoy!
Jets WR Brandon Marshall makes special trip to Hall of Fame by Rich Cimini (ESPN)
"Earlier Monday, Marshall, one of several guest speakers, addressed the group of AFC rookies. The 2015 draft class attends a four-day event to learn about the history of the sport, as well as the social and professional responsibilities of playing in the NFL."
NFL Nation reporters dish on recent ex-Jets players by Rich Cimini (ESPN)
"We haven’t had much of a chance to see Harvin in action this spring. Of the three organized team activities open to reporters, Harvin missed the final two practices for non-injury reasons."
Brick in the Museum, Part I by D’Brickashaw Ferguson (NewYorkJets.com)
"I recently had the opportunity to meet Eugenie Tsai, who is the John and Barbara Vogelstein curator of contemporary art at the Brooklyn Museum, and receive a tour of two very popular exhibits. One was Kehinde Wiley’s “A New Republic” and the other, Jean-Michel Basquiat’s “The Unknown Notebooks.”"
Sal Alosi resurfaces, in a college football conflict with Diddy by Mike Florio (NBC Sports)
"Nearly five years ago, Sal Alosi became notorious throughout the NFL for arranging a wall of bodies along the edge of the field for the purposes of impeding the opposing team’s gunner on punt coverage."
Rounding Up New York Jets’ Offseason Buzz, Post-Minicamps by Erik Frenz (Bleacher Report)
"These are all questions that have been answered in various media reports over the past couple of weeks, and here, we’ll take a look at the biggest buzz surrounding the Jets."
New York Jets: Will Stevan Ridley be ready for Training Camp? by Nick Ziegler (EmpireWritesBack.com)
"While Ridley is healing well, he still isn’t able to do everything that his teammates can on the field quite yet. In Jets’ 11-on-11 drills, Ridley was unable to participate. The Jets won’t be beginning training camp until the end of July, which is still in question for Ridley."
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