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New York Jets - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - New York Jets - INSIDE SLANT Running back Chris Johnson signed a two-year deal with the New York Jets. Johnson, 28, was released by the Tennessee Titans after six 1,000-yard seasons in Nashville. The Jets envision Johnson as a big-play threat to pair with Chris Ivory when the offense slows to coach Rex Ryan's preferred "ground and pound" approach of relying on power running to move the chains and wear down opponents.

New York Jets - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - New York Jets - INSIDE SLANT New York Jets coach Rex Ryan said Tuesday the team's starting quarterback job this season will be an open competition between newly signed Michael Vick and Geno Smith. "It's going to be a really interesting competition to watch," Ryan said at the NFL meetings in Orlando, Fla. "Geno Smith is going to be hard to beat out."

New England Patriots - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - New England Patriots - INSIDE SLANT The Patriots reached agreement with nose tackle Vince Wilfork on a three-year, $22.5 million contract extension. NFL Media reported that Wilfork's deal averages $7.5 million per year and includes $3 million guaranteed. The deal keeps the 32-year-old veteran in New England after he had requested his release in early March when the Patriots inquired about his willingness to restructure his contract.

New England Patriots - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - New England Patriots - INSIDE SLANT The Patriots reached agreement with nose tackle Vince Wilfork on a three-year, $22.5 million contract extension. NFL Media reported that Wilfork's deal averages $7.5 million per year and includes $3 million guaranteed. The deal keeps the 32-year-old veteran in New England after he had requested his release in early March when the Patriots inquired about his willingness to restructure his contract.

New York Jets - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - New York Jets - INSIDE SLANT New York Jets coach Rex Ryan said Tuesday the team's starting quarterback job this season will be an open competition between newly signed Michael Vick and Geno Smith. "It's going to be a really interesting competition to watch," Ryan said at the NFL meetings in Orlando, Fla. "Geno Smith is going to be hard to beat out."

New York Jets - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - New York Jets - INSIDE SLANT New York Jets coach Rex Ryan said Tuesday the team's starting quarterback job this season will be an open competition between newly signed Michael Vick and Geno Smith. "It's going to be a really interesting competition to watch," Ryan said at the NFL meetings in Orlando, Fla. "Geno Smith is going to be hard to beat out."

New York Jets - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - New York Jets - INSIDE SLANT New York Jets coach Rex Ryan said Tuesday the team's starting quarterback job this season will be an open competition between newly signed Michael Vick and Geno Smith. "It's going to be a really interesting competition to watch," Ryan said at the NFL meetings in Orlando, Fla. "Geno Smith is going to be hard to beat out."

New England Patriots - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - New England Patriots - INSIDE SLANT The Patriots reached agreement with nose tackle Vince Wilfork on a three-year, $22.5 million contract extension. NFL Media reported that Wilfork's deal averages $7.5 million per year and includes $3 million guaranteed. The deal keeps the 32-year-old veteran in New England after he had requested his release in early March when the Patriots inquired about his willingness to restructure his contract.

New York Jets - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - New York Jets - INSIDE SLANT New York Jets coach Rex Ryan said Tuesday the team's starting quarterback job this season will be an open competition between newly signed Michael Vick and Geno Smith. "It's going to be a really interesting competition to watch," Ryan said at the NFL meetings in Orlando, Fla. "Geno Smith is going to be hard to beat out."

New England Patriots - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - New England Patriots - INSIDE SLANT New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft said Monday he hopes defensive tackle Vince Wilfork, who recently requested his release, stays with the team. Kraft compared Wilfork, a Patriot the past 10 seasons, to some of the franchise's greats.
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