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Saturday, March 24, 2012, 11:13am
Monday, October 11, 2010, 9:53am
Running back Beanie Wells wore a wide smile when he walked off the field. “Today,” he said, “we ran it.” Beanie only had 35 yards but he had a career-high 20 carries (compared to four for Tim Hightower). I asked coach Ken Whisenhunt if there was a reason the Cards went so heavy with Beanie today and Whiz said “Not really,” but obviously Beanie was thrilled.
Wells had a fumble Sunday that wasn’t noticed much. It was his last carry on the drive in which Jay Feely booted his final field goal for a 16-13 lead. The ball bounced right back to him, but it was could have been disaster.
Let the rumors begin: Jets QB Clemens to Arizona?
Thursday, August 26, 2010, 8:39pm
The Arizona Cardinals like collecting former New York Jets. They traded for Kerry Rhodes, signed Jay Feely as an unrestricted free agent and signed Alan Faneca after he was released. Even the Cards' head coach, Ken Whisenhunt, is a former Jets assistant.
Might they add another to the list by pursuing Kellen Clemens?
The Cards have quarterback issues. They benched the disappointing Matt Leinart this week, deciding to go with Derek Anderson for their game against the Chicago Bears. Some folks are reporting that it's a permanent move, with speculation that Leinart could be dumped.
In that case, the Cards would be looking for a veteran. Enter, Clemens, whose roster spot is anything but secure. Clemens has played well in the preseason, but the No. 2 job belongs to Mark Brunell and it's hard to imagine them paying Clemens $1.1 million to be third string. The other candidate for No. 3, Kevin O'Connell, makes $470,000.
As ESPNNewYork.com reported two weeks ago, the Jets are open to trading Clemens. Obviously, GM Mike Tannenbaum likes doing business with Arizona. Could be something to keep an eye on.
Friday, April 2, 2010, 10:28am
Thursday, August 13, 2009, 6:56pm
Monday, August 10, 2009, 6:28pm
Sunday, October 26, 2008, 8:00pm
Kansas City Star: Connor Barth acted as if kicking field goals for
the Chiefs was an old habit, and he did it front of one of his Kansas
City training-camp foes. The Chiefs signed Barth this week to replace
Nick Novak, whom the Chiefs chose over Barth after four preseason
games and a kicking competition that lasted throughout training camp.
But it was Jets kicker Jay Feely, whom the Chiefs signed for one day
before cutting him during the preseason, who watched Sunday as
Barth made a 30-yard field goal in the third quarter. Feely missed
his only field-goal attempt. "I was just so glad to get out there,"