Coffee with the New York Jets: Oday Aboushi suspended


Grab a hot cup of coffee and enjoy some great reading material on the New York Jets. In this edition, articles on the suspension of Oday Aboushi, Eric Decker enjoying his new role on the Jets’ offense and what to look forward to in tonight’s Week 2 preseason match-up against the Atlanta Falcons. Enjoy!

Oday Aboushi suspension another embarrassment for Jets by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"You certainly can’t blame for Bowles for the Aboushi situation. It occurred in January, when New Jersey police found a small amount of marijuana in his car, according to Aboushi’s agents. It happened a few days before Bowles was hired."

Jets WR Eric Decker excited about possibility of new role by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"Offensive coordinator Chan Gailey is working his receivers in multiple roles at training camp, trying to get a feel for what they do best. As a result, Decker — the Jets’ leading receiver last season — has been practicing “a lot on the inside,” he said."

7 Points: Jets-Falcons by Randy Lange (

"With the Bowles-mandated focus on tackling and their first home crowd of the year, the Jets defenders should be pumped up for Atlanta’s ailing run game. One day after the Lions ran for 193 yards on 40 carries vs. the Jets, the Falcons gained 69 yards on 22 totes at home vs. the Titans."

Brandon Marshall is completely changed — yet even better: coach by Brian Costello (New York Post)

"The two were together with the Dolphins in 2010-11 when Dorrell was his receivers coach and then quarterbacks coach. Four years later, Dorrell sees a different player with the Jets."

What Ryan Fitzpatrick has to accomplish this preseason by Justin Terranova (New York Post)

"“Coming off the broken leg, it’s just getting the power in the legs to throw down the field and feeling that confidence is important,” said SNY studio analyst , a former Jets safety. Erik Coleman"

Jets’ Reserve Lineman Suspended One Game by Ben Shpigel (New York Times)

"“News like this is never welcome,” Coach said in a statement. “We will support Oday as we continue with our preparations for the upcoming season.” Todd Bowles"

Next: Atlanta Falcons vs New York Jets Preview: Week 2

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