Reviews of the Jets’ new uniforms continue to roll in, players enjoy some extra family time in the offseason, former Packers react to Bleacher Report’s story on Aaron Rodgers and Mike McCarthy and more from today in the NFL.
The Jets’ new uniforms draw comparisons to CFL team
Many who disapprove of the Jets’ new uniforms are comparing them to the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) April 5, 2019
Russell Wilson’s daughter has a battle with a bottle of Gatorade
My baby girl… my joy. My light. Hanging out with Daddy today while I workout 🏈…meanwhile baby SiSi is just focused on the opening that drink! Haha 😂😍 pic.twitter.com/yt7tZwjCch
— Russell Wilson (@DangeRussWilson) April 5, 2019
A flashback to the last time the Jets announced a new uniform
Longtime Jets center Nick Mangold likes the new uniforms but is partial to an alternate jersey he helped unveil.
— Nick Mangold (@nickmangold) April 5, 2019
Former Green Bay running back Ryan Grant is in the news after his appearance in the Bleacher Report story about Aaron Rodgers and Mike McCarthy.
If one more person tweets me or DMs me asking if I like Aaron , I am literally going to become the other Ryan Grant. Aaron is my homie , he knows he is my homie . It’s hugs all day. I’m mad at myself that this even has to be explained lol. All the rhetoric is just a distraction.
— Ryan Grant (@RyanGrant25) April 5, 2019
Former Green Bay fullback John Kuhn disputes some of the claims about Rodgers and McCarthy.
Never knew my coach to get a massage instead of attending meetings and my QB never threw me under the bus. #justsaying
— John Kuhn (@kuhnj30) April 4, 2019
AAF players are free to sign with NFL teams
Though perhaps this should never have been in doubt, as former Raiders CEO Amy Trask points out.
Dear @TheAAF – very “gracious” of you to state the obvious as unless you honor their contracts you can’t rightfully prohibit them from so doing – sincerely, went to law school – you’re welcome. https://t.co/D0rJDVUkV8
— Amy Trask (@AmyTrask) April 4, 2019
Joe Flacco takes a moment to reminisce
Denver’s new quarterback was the starter at the University of Delaware for two seasons. He led the Fightin’ Blue Hens to an appearance in the 2007 FCS National Championship.
— Joe Flacco (@JoeFlacco) April 4, 2019