Tuesday, June 28, 2005


The New York Jets have never had much to show in the way of tradition beyond some guy known as Broadway Joe. The Jets organization, in a classy move, have re-signed Marvin Jones and Mo Lewis, so that they can retire as Jets. Both veterans had been released after the 2003 season, as the team sought younger players for a defense that was showing its age.

Jones and Lewis are expected to officially retire today. They will be honored at a Jets home game sometime during the upcoming season. More here.