New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson had a water bottle thrown at him as he walked off of the field at MetLife Stadium Monday night following the team’s overtime win against the Buffalo Bills. His mother, Lisa, was not happy about it. The bottle incident was shown during Scott Van
NFL legend Joe Theismann joined the rest of the NFL world in holding its collective breath when Aaron Rodgers left his New York Jets debut after four snaps with an injury. Rodgers’ injury turned out to be far more serious after he was helped off the field and put onto
Exhibition games are largely used to help NFL teams evaluate their rosters and get starters a few reps before the regular season gets underway in September. The Arizona Cardinals appeared to take their preseason win slightly more seriously and decided to celebrate by slamming Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson. Shortly after
Super Bowl champion K.J. Wright spent a decade with the Seattle Seahawks. For nine of those seasons, he shared a locker room with star quarterback Russell Wilson. Wright spent the 2021 season with the Raiders, while the Denver Broncos acquired Wilson in a blockbuster trade ahead of the 2022 season.
Zach Wilson’s mother, Lisa Wilson, recently reacted to the Jets’ quarterback situation. Lisa Wilson usually does not have a problem sharing her opinions via social media, and she decided to take to Instagram shortly after New York traded for Aaron Rodgers. One photo she posted showed Zach Wilson standing near
Aaron Rodgers has yet to comment publicly on news of his trade to the New York Jets, but the former Green Bay Packers quarterback did like a tweet that raised some eyebrows. On Tuesday, it appeared Rodgers, 39, liked a tweet from former Packers quarterback Don Majkowski congratulating him on
Aaron Rodgers will be the starting quarterback for the New York Jets in 2023, but it will not be without a challenge from Zach Wilson, so he says. Amid the Rodgers trade, an old quote from Wilson resurfaced about giving the quarterback who is competing for the starting job “hell.”