Jets Offseason Gaffes and Laughs

Jets Offseason Gaffes and Laughs

GWR takes a look back at the mistakes and humorous moments from Gang Green's eventful offseason period.

GAFFE: The Jets failing to draft or sign an adequate replacement for starting right tackle Wayne Hunter.

LAUGH: Tim Tebow using the word "excited" over 40 times at his introductory press conference.

GAFFE: The Jets agreeing to acquire Tim Tebow without realizing they were responsible for paying his $5 million salary advance figure.

LAUGH: Rex Ryan's big screen debut in Adam Sandler's film "That's my Boy"

GAFFE: New York missing out on free agent safety Reggie Nelson.

LAUGH: Mark Sanchez and Santonio Holmes mending the fences over dinner in Orlando, Fla.

GAFFE: The Jets not extending a contract offer to free agent safety Jim Leonhard

LAUGH: Sanchez invites Tebow to his "Jets West passing camp."

GAFFE: The Jets BandAid deal with Darrelle Revis in 2010 leading to a possible holdout at the team's upcoming training camp.

LAUGH: Revis referring to Patriots head coach Bill Belichick as a "jerk" on ESPN in a word association game.

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