Jets rookie Ahmad Gardner ready to earn ‘Sauce’ nicknameSeptember 1, 2022 GMT
Ahmad Gardner has no problem earning his nickname.
The New York Jets’ rookie cornerback has gone by “Sauce” since he was a kid but veteran teammates want him to make a play in a regular-season game before they start using that moniker.
Jets get CB Gardner, WR Wilson, DE Johnson in 1st roundApril 29, 2022 GMT
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — The New York Jets are adding some Big Apple Sauce to their defense. A big-time edge rusher, too.
And get ready for some Wilson-to-Wilson connections on offense.
On a busy Thursday night during which the Jets drafted three players — including pulling off a trade to get back into the first round — New York filled some major needs.
Amid NFL draft uncertainty, prospects display confidenceApril 27, 2022 GMT
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Very little is certain heading into an NFL draft. Not that the prospects on hand seem to care.
There's a level of confidence that, for them, Thursday night's first round is a sure thing.
Texans have many needs to address with 2 first-round picksApril 22, 2022 GMT
2, 13. HOUSTON TEXANS (4-13)
LAST SEASON: The Texans won just four games for the second straight year in a season that was lost with QB Deshaun Watson sitting out amid a trade request and 22 lawsuits alleging sexual assault or harassment.
Alabama, Georgia set up SEC rematch in championship gameJanuary 1, 2022 GMT
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Brian Robinson Jr. ran for a career-high 204 yards and top-ranked Alabama rolled into yet another national championship game by overwhelming the first non-Power Five team to make the College Football Playoff.
Cincinnati showcases names to keep in mind for NFL draftDecember 30, 2021 GMT
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Desmond Ridder could be the one to end Cincinnati's 50-year stretch without a first-round pick in the NFL draft, or the quarterback could watch a teammate get that historic phone call in Las Vegas this spring.
No. 4 Cincinnati tops ECU to complete perfect regular seasonNovember 27, 2021 GMT
GREENVILLE, N.C. (AP) — Desmond Ridder threw two touchdown passes and No. 4 Cincinnati, aiming to maintain its position among the top four in the College Football Playoff rankings, completed a perfect regular season by beating East Carolina 35-13 on Friday.