September 23, 1986
Rookie quarterback Jack Trudeau of the Indianapolis Colts, injured in his first NFL start Sunday against the Rams, suffered only a knee sprain and is expected to play this week against the New York Jets.
August 27, 1991
Running back Blaise Bryant, who played at Cypress High and Golden West College, was cut by the New York Jets. Bryant, a sixth-round pick from Iowa State, was impressive in camp, but the Jets have four solid runners.
October 23, 1997 |
Neil O'Donnell, who gave way to Glenn Foley in the second half of the New York Jets' win over New England, will be the starting quarterback in the Jets' Nov. 2 game against Baltimore, Coach Bill Parcells said.
October 10, 2013 |
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez is done for the season after undergoing shoulder surgery this week, but he's been an enthusiastic cheerleader for rookie quarterback Geno Smith. That's not to say Sanchez took his injury in stride. According to a report Thursday in the New York Post, the former USC star erupted at General Manager John Idzik in the trainer's room after being injured in the fourth quarter of a meaningless exhibition game against the New York Giants. Sanchez was playing behind a second-string offensive line, and it was boneheaded of the Jets to have him in the game in the first place.
December 28, 2001
Indianapolis tight end Ken Dilger became the first non-quarterback Colt to throw a touchdown pass in 17 years Sunday night in a 29-28 loss to the New York Jets. With 10:02 left in the game and the ball at the Jet 39, Peyton Manning tossed a lateral to Dilger, a quarterback in high school. Dilger turned and connected at the 10 with a wide-open Marvin Harrison, who ran in for the score.
October 22, 2013 |
So a male New York Jets fan punches a woman Sunday at MetLife Stadium. Obviously that's really bad. But it turns out that may not be the worst thing the guy has ever done. Not even close. The New York Daily News is reporting that the man caught in a now-viral video striking a female during an altercation is 38-year-old Kurt Paschke, who spent three years in state prison in the 1990s after being convicted of stabbing a fellow teenager during a fight in Long Island. In an interview with the Daily News, Paschke's mother, Colleen, seemed to confirm that it is her son in the video from Sunday's Jets-New England Patriots game, saying Paschke was simply defending himself and his mother.