So much media coverage has been focused on the New York Jets this off-season that you would’ve thought “Gang Green” had won the Super Bowl last year.
Folks, this is no exaggeration. From Tim Tebow’s shirtless bonanza during the end of a rainy Saturday practice to cornerback Antonio Cromartie mentioning that he’s the second-best wide receiver on the team, Jets’ camp has been nothing short of entertaining, yet useless at the same time.
The Jets have yet to play one preseason game this year, but the team just keeps on mustering unnecessary attention. Today’s practice was no different.
During afternoon scrimmage, running back coach Anthony Lynn’s son and Jets’ safety, D’Anton Lynn had gotten into an altercation with Jets running back, Joe McKnight.
Via Twitter, New York Jets’ beat writer, Manish Mehta from the Daily News explained how the situation transpired step by step.
Judging from the video tidbit, Manish Mehta’s description of the fight seemed too over the top. Fights are normal in NFL training camps and this one like most Jets’ stories these days were blown out of proportion.
To the media, lay off the Jets’ crack pipe will you?
Source: New York Daily News
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