Coffee with the New York Jets: Bryce Petty learns about pizza


Enjoy an iced cup of coffee with some excellent reading material on the New York Jets from across the internet. In this edition, how to watch today’s “MetLife Bowl” between the Jets and Giants, a look at why Bryce Petty had to apologize to fans due to pizza and why a new practice drill is working wonders for the team. Enjoy!

Did old questions about Jets WR Jeremy Kerley resurface with new staff? by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"Maybe the new staff felt he was coasting after signing a new contract last fall. That, coupled with the addition of second-round pick , hurt Kerley’s standing. We all know that Smith busted his ribs at the start of camp, but it was — not Kerley — who jumped into the No. 3 role. Devin Smith Quincy Enunwa"

Bryce Petty Apologizes to Jets Fans for Ordering Domino’s Pizza by Katie Richcreek (Bleacher Report)

"The rookie quarterback caught a lot of flak for his pizzeria of choice, publicly shamed by fans via Twitter."

Nick Mangold helps cops stop a summer burglary spree by Bob Fredericks (New York Post)

"New York Jets center Nick Mangold’s day job is protecting his quarterback, but he also helped out his neighbors by calling 911 when he saw crooks breaking into his car — ending a summer burglary spree."

Jets-Giants Where to Watch, Listen & Follow by Jets Staff (

"The Two Tenants of MetLife Stadium Have Been Annual Preseason Foes Since 1969"

Jets’ New Practice Drill Leads to a Few Dings. Of a Bell. by Ben Shpigel (New York Times)

"How that apparatus related to football started making sense to Mangold later that afternoon. One by one, Mangold and his fellow offensive linemen took turns trying to prevent pass-rushers from charging past to whack the speed bag and ring the bell."

In life of Trevor Reilly, staying a Jet is extra critical by Manish Mehta (New York Daily News)

"The Jets’ outside linebacker has everything to prove and so much to lose. So, he approaches each work day with a sense of urgency that hasn’t gone unnoticed by the new coaching staff. Effort has never been a problem for the 233rd pick of the 2014 draft."

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