Lunch with the New York Jets: Matt Flynn officially signed


Enjoy some great reading material on the New York Jets from across the internet. In this edition, articles on Matt Flynn signing with the Jets, Ryan Fitzpatrick leading the charge for the team and news on offensive lineman James Carpenter. Enjoy!

Brandon Marshall trying low-key approach by Brian Heyman (Newsday)

"But he wasn’t feeding the frenzy anymore, either. This is the new , available to the media but cautious, he says. He had his firestorms during three seasons in Chicago and ended up being traded to the Jets after last season. Brandon Marshall"

Don’t Forget About Bryce Petty in New York Jets’ Long-Term QB Plans by Erik Frenz (Bleacher Report)

"For starters, Petty wasn’t just a flier pick. He wasn’t just a player who was projected to be drafted a bit higher than he ended up being selected. Petty was and is a bona fide fit for the Jets system."

Ryan Fitzpatrick’s ‘crazy’ intangible makes him good fit for Jets by George Willis (New York Post)

"“My normal is craziness, moving around from team to team and having to get used to different guys in a short period of time,” Fitzpatrick said. “ The craziness is normal for me, I guess.”"

Matt Flynn: Latest News, Rumors, Speculation Surrounding Free-Agent QB by Mike Chiari (Bleacher Report)

"Flynn has failed to take control of starting jobs despite having many opportunities over the years, but he is an experienced signal-caller who has played for the Green Bay Packers, the Seattle Seahawks, the Buffalo Bills and the Oakland Raiders over the course of seven NFL seasons."

James Carpenter: Quiet Stud on the OL by Randy Lange (

"“My relationship with Breno is really great,” Carpenter told me after today’s practice at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center. “He’s a really good offensive lineman. He’s physical, he’s smart, he just works hard. And he always has your back.”"

Tuesday: 4 Thoughts & 3 Highlights by Eric Allen (

"Throughout practice today, Jets assistants held up cards for both the defensive and the offensive units. They were getting initial looks at the Falcons, but the Jets will again keep it simple in preseason Week 2."

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