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Brandon Moore Fires Back at Santonio Holmes Comments

Brandon Moore fired back at the comments Santonio Holmes made about the offensive line: “He’s obviously got the green light to evaluate every position on the team,” Moore said. “I just didn’t think captaincy entailed that. I’ve never seen a captain do that. That’s not leading. That’s not being a leader. It actually fragments the […]

Jets Activate Guard Brandon Moore off PUP List

The Jets have activated guard Brandon Moore off the physically unable to perform list and placed him on their active roster. Moore was coming off hip surgery in February. He has started 105 consecutive regular-season games at right guard, and has started 110 of the 112 games he has played since joining the team in […]

How Good is the Jets O-Line?

The Jets had arguably the best offensive line in football last year. They helped pave the way for the league’s best rushing attack and kept Mark Sanchez upright. Though, this season many pundits have observed that the line has taken a step back. Most of the criticism has been direct toward Matt Slauson, who replaced […]

Jets O-Line Shaping Up to be One of the Best in the NFL

As the Jets prepare for the rigors of another training camp soon, one position on the team that new coach Rex Ryan seems excited about is the offensive line. “I think the strength of our football team is probably our offensive line,” Ryan said to the Jets official site, “and that’s a great thing to […]

Jets Bring Back Guard Brandon Moore

The Jets today tried their best to land Steelers guard Chris Kemoeatu, but the big man took a deal to stay with the Champion Steelers. So, with that the team brought back starting right guard Brandon Moore. According to Rich Cimini of the New York Daily News, the Jets have re-signed Moore. It’s a four-year, […]

Jets Release Herron, Conover and Moore

The Jets have announced the release of a couple of players. Gone are right guard Brandon Moore and RB Noah Herron and DE Sean Conover. The announcements were made by Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum.