This edition of the New York Jets Gang Green Report brings to you the results of the team’s new military-like team chemistry building.
Well, so far, so horrible as it relates to the military-style team chemistry building Todd Bowles and company are implementing throughout the New York Jets personnel.
On the same day Rich Cimini of ESPN New York dropped a quickie about the team building concept, a video surfaced showing Leonard Williams restraining Darron Lee in public.
Part 2/2 man getting picked up like a bag of groceries pic.twitter.com/Io7HGBS3Mr
— JB™ (@gunnerpunner) June 4, 2017
So while the team looks to pull together on the field, off it, the circus is still firmly in town, military-style chemistry building or not.
Listen, we’ve all been in the situation above. Either yourself or one of the buddies in your crew has gotten hot only to be forced to be restrained. It’s understandable.
At the same time, the second-year inside linebacker is really racking up the question marks surrounding his character.
Later on Sunday, the Jets released a statement that they’re looking into the matter.
Jets News, Stories:
- Cimini discusses how awful the Jets 2014 NFL Draft turned out.
- ESNY’s Robby Sabo details the four keys in the Jets showcasing a legit, tenacious defense in 2017.
- Matt Forte explains what he likes about the new offense, via Ethan Greenberg of newyorkjets.com.