To say that New York Jets head coach Todd Bowles gave a less than ringing endorsement of new starting quarterback Geno Smith would be something of an understatement.
Geno Smith may be sitting at No. 2 on the New York Jets’ depth chart behind Ryan Fitzpatrick but insisted this week he’s “way too talented” to be a backup.
Geno Smith had a front-row seat to Ryan Fitzpatrick’s disastrous six-interception performance during the New York Jets’ 24-3 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs last Sunday.
IK Enemkpali would like nothing more than to simply move on from his integral role in one of the most infamous locker room scuffles in NFL history.
By Jason Rowan
Geno Smith currently stands as the presumptive starting quarterback for the New York Jets, mostly as a result of the contract impasse hampering the team from bringing back last year’
New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith wasn’t happy to be standing on the sidelines as he watched Ryan Fitzpatrick lead the team to a 31-10 victory over the Cleveland Browns Sunday, and indicated
Count Brandon Marshall among those individuals who have had their interest piqued by one of those infomercial ads that run incessantly on television.
Geno Smith rejoined the New York Jets on Monday, less than two weeks after suffering a broken jaw in a locker room altercation with then-teammate IK Enemkpali.
Brandon Marshall became one of the first of Geno Smith’s New York Jets teammates to come out publicly to defend the quarterback, saying he “did nothing wrong” during the infamous locker room in
NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport obtained a copy of a memo NFL executive vice president of football operations Troy Vincent issued to all teams reminding them that the prohibition on fighting was previ
Putting out fires, repairing rifts between players and mediating beefs while attempting to maintain some semblance of order in a clubhouse or locker room are just a few of the many responsibilities t
In one of the most shocking stories to emerge from NFL training camp so far this summer, it was reported on Tuesday that New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith will miss anywhere from 6-10 weeks with a
For the second straight year, Geno Smith found himself in last place in a poll conducted by ESPN of NFL executives in which the presumed starting quarterbacks for the upcoming season were ranked.
Geno Smith hasn’t had the greatest start to his career and has conducted himself at times in such a manner that has caused some to wonder whether the third-year signal-caller has what it takes
Geno Smith has been working for the past two months under the tutelage of Tom House on the USC campus and the renowned quarterback whisperer acknowledged that he has seen improvement in the New York