New York Jets owner Woody Johnson said the team’s 2012 season has been a “miserable experience” and refused to say whether changes on the field or in the front office would follow.
New York Jets coach Rex Ryan avoided the fallout of a 6-10 season that cost four of his assistants and his boss, general manager Mike Tannenbaum, their jobs.
The New York Jets are finished discounting game tickets and seat licenses in their new $1.6 billion stadium and won’t sell licensed seats on a game-by-game basis, team owner Woody Johnson said.
"I am confident that Todd and Mike Maccagnan are the right combination to lead this team."
- Woody Johnson on Jan 14, 2015
Tisch and Johnson Say `Take the Bus’