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FLORHAM PARK, N. Sam Martin Jersey .J. -- Joe McKnight and Braylon Edwards are suddenly out of work, surprising cuts by the New York Jets on Monday. For McKnight, a backup running back and the teams primary kick returner the last two seasons, its the latest setback in a tumultuous summer. Edwards departure in his third stint with the Jets could put his career in jeopardy. "Both those guys, both Joe and Braylon, had tremendous moments for us," coach Rex Ryan said. "They contributed a lot to our franchise, without question, but were trying to move forward." Veteran guard Stephen Peterman, who was signed in the off-season and appeared in line to start at left guard until recently, was also released as the Jets reduced their active roster to 75 players by the NFLs Tuesday deadline. Also cut were: running back Chad Spann, offensive linemen Patrick Ford and Trey Gilleo, wide receivers Joe Collins, Marcus Rucker, K.J. Stroud and Rahsaan Vaughn, linebacker Sean Progar-Jackson, defensive backs Donnie Fletcher and Bret Lockett, punter Ryan Quigley and long snapper Patrick Scales. McKnight, the teams fourth-round draft pick in 2010, was involved in a series of incidents this summer that included an arrest for unpaid traffic warrants, a concussion, migraine headaches, a few questionable posts on Twitter and some tension with the media. He was active for the first time this preseason on Saturday night after being sidelined by a concussion, but did not play. In an interview with The Associated Press last week, McKnight said he didnt feel comfortable about his roster status. "I have to get on the field this week, these next two games, and then prove something," he said last Tuesday. "Ive got to make sure these next few practices and these last two preseason games are real good. Ive just got to get out there on the field and make some plays. I just need to do this." He never made it onto the playing field against the Giants, even on kickoffs, which seemed curious at the time. McKnight has two career kickoff returns for touchdowns, including a team-record 107-yard return in 2011 that stands as the longest play in Jets history. Kyle Wilson, Clyde Gates, Jeremy Kerley and even Antonio Cromartie might now serve as the teams kick returners. In May, McKnight angrily responded to speculation that his time with the Jets could soon be up, saying: "Theyll have to kill me to take my spot." McKnight didnt pass his conditioning test the day before the team reported for training camp to SUNY Cortland last month, but did so the next day. He was arrested in New Jersey on a day off from camp last month for outstanding traffic warrants, and later released on bail. McKnight then injured his head during practice -- he confirmed it was a concussion although the Jets never officially called it a concussion -- and was cleared to return a few days later, wearing a red no-contact jersey. He refused to answer questions that day about the concussion or arrest, repeatedly saying, "Im not getting into that right now." Two weeks ago, McKnight was carted to the locker room, wearing an oxygen mask, after banging his head on the ground during a play. He had taken a knee three times on his way to the field earlier that day while dealing with a migraine headache. Later that morning, he angrily responded on Twitter to someone he thought was a reporter who wrote that he should get released. The final straw for the Jets might have come last week when McKnight, refusing to speak to the media, gave a reporter one of the team-issued media "bridges" cards that was given to players with suggested talking points for interviews. "Im over it all, but for whats going on, I know who my enemies are and whos with me," he told the AP last week. "Ive just got to address those people accordingly." Edwards was dealing with a leg injury that kept him out of the teams preseason game against the Giants on Saturday night. Edwards was signed just before training camp began last month, marking his third tenure with the Jets. He had been given rest days throughout camp as a precaution after dealing with recent knee issues, but the Jets appear to have moved on. The team signed Mohamed Massaquoi last week to add depth to the receiving corps, and had two catches for 36 yards while Edwards wasnt active. The 30-year-old Edwards played his first four seasons in Cleveland, and was acquired by the Jets in 2009. He signed with San Francisco as a free agent in 2011, and was claimed late last season off waivers by the Jets from Seattle. "Will we close our door on a player returning? No, I dont believe so," Ryan said. "But right now, this is what we felt was in the best interest of our football team overall." Peterman was signed in April after spending the last seven seasons with Detroit. The improved play of Vladimir Ducasse and rookie Brian Winters at left guard made him expendable. Peterman was also working a bit at centre to potentially back up Nick Mangold. Quandre Diggs Jersey . Berdych and Stepanek played all five matches when the Czechs beat Spain 3-2 in the final last November in Prague to win the countrys first title as an independent nation. Barry Sanders Jersey . 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"What ownership wants here is a complete change in direction, one with the GM and one with the coach," Rutherford said. Bylsma won 252 games behind the bench and was the Jack Adams Award winner in 2012 as the NHLs Coach of the Year but failed to produce a bookend to the championship he captured with stars Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin in 2009. The Penguins were just 4-5 in playoff series since raising the 2009 Cup, with each loss coming to a lower-seeded team. Pittsburghs latest defeat came last month when the Penguins fell to the New York Rangers in seven games in the Eastern Conference semifinals. Rutherford met with Bylsma on Friday morning as part of an organization-wide shake-up. In addition to dismissing Bylsma, the Penguins promoted Jason Botterill to associate general manager, named Bill Guerin and Tom Fitzgerald assistant general managers. The 65-year-old Rutherford takes over for Shero, who was fired on May 16. The new gig is a homecoming for the former goaltender. Rutherford played for the Penguins in the 1970s before spending 20 years with the franchise that began as the Hartford Whalers, moved to North Carolina in 1997 and won the Stanley Cup in 2006. The Hurricanes struggled maintaining that success, missing the post-season each of the last five years. It led to Rutherford stepping down in April when the Hurricanes promoted Ron Francis -- who helped Pittsburgh win consecutive Cups in 1991 and 92 -- to the GMs job. Rutherford took on an advisory role in Carolina with a small ownership stake in the team, a position he will relinquish in the near future. The Penguins, meanwhile, plan to get their moneys worth out of a man closer to the end of his career than the beginning. Rutherford allowed he will likely only be around "two or three years" andd will serve as a mentor to his new staff, adding he will give Botterill and company "big roles with a lot to say. Brandon Thomas Jersey. ." Rutherford hopes to find Bylsmas replacement by the time free agency begins in July. Considering the talent at the top of the roster, the job will certainly be attractive. Finding the right fit, however, may be challenging. "With some changes, they dont have to be sweeping changes, we can (win another Cup) in the near future," Rutherford said. While its unlikely Rutherford will do much to mess with the core of Crosby, Malkin and defenceman Kris Letang, there are some serious depth issues, particularly along the bottom two lines. "Our supporting cast needs to be improved," Rutherford said. "I look at our fourth-line players and some of those guys are in double-digit minuses and we cant have that." What the Penguins do have is arguably the leagues best player in Crosby and one of its most dynamic in Malkin. The duo has dominated during the regular season when healthy -- with Crosby the favourite to pick up his second Hart Trophy as league MVP after leading the NHL with 114 points this season -- but that success hasnt translated into deep playoff runs. Crosby struggled in the post-season. He scored just once in 13 games while maintaining he was not injured. Rutherford will try to find the right kind of role players to take some of the pressure off his high-wattage stars. Coincidentally, the Hurricanes are also looking for a new coach -- Francis first big decision in his new job was firing Kirk Muller after three years -- and Carolina has been mentioned as a possible landing spot for Bylsma. The move by Rutherford -- who won 44 games in net for the Penguins from 1971-74 -- is the latest in a series of significant ties between the organizations. Carolina has the longest active playoff drought among Eastern Conference teams. Its last post-season appearance came in 2009 -- when the Hurricanes were swept in the East final by a Penguins team that went on to win its only Stanley Cup under Sheros leadership, the crowning achievement of his eight years as Pittsburghs GM. Rutherford and Shero orchestrated the blockbuster trade of the 2012 NHL draft when forward Jordan Staal was sent to Carolina and reunited with big brother Eric in exchange for Sutter and prospects. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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