• Jets CEO Christopher Johnson backs ‘brilliant’ Adam Gase

    Jets CEO Christopher Johnson backs ‘brilliant’ Adam Gase

    Jets fans may not want to hear it, but CEO and chairman Christopher Johnson voiced his full support for coach Adam Gase on Wednesday. “I have full confidence in Adam,” Johnson told reporters. “I’ve seen him interact with this team. I’ve seen him lead this team. Look back to last year, he took a team …
  • Jets finally back on field together as one team

    Jets finally back on field together as one team

    The Jets took the field just after 9 a.m. on Friday for the first time as a team in 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic erased any on-field practices in the spring and delayed the practices this summer. Friday morning, finally, the Jets got to step on the field as a full team and practice. “I thought …
  • Jamal Adams rips Jets owner Woody Johnson after racist accusations surface

    Jamal Adams rips Jets owner Woody Johnson after racist accusations surface

    Jamal Adams may have found a way to expedite the execution of his trade demand. In response to a story reporting that Jets owner Woody Johnson was investigated by the State Department inspector general after allegedly making racist and sexist remarks as US Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Adams made his anger toward Johnson known, …
  • Jets mailbag: It’s way too soon to give up on Quinnen Williams

    Jets mailbag: It’s way too soon to give up on Quinnen Williams

    You ask, we answer. The Post is fielding questions from readers about New York’s biggest pro sports teams and getting our beat writers to answer them in a series of regularly published mailbags. In today’s installment: the Jets. Was Quinnen Williams an Adam Gase pick and if not, would it be crazy to trade Williams …
  • What New York-area sports owners have given to coronavirus fight

    What New York-area sports owners have given to coronavirus fight

    As the novel coronavirus has wrecked the New York area, sports owners with deep pockets have emerged to help in the fight to battle this deadly pandemic. Here’s a look: James Dolan The Madison Square Garden chairman, who has tested positive for coronavirus, but is said to have mild symptoms, is paying arena workers in …