Former NFL players share their stories about suffering concussions while playing football. (Newsday)
Boomer Esiason was a quarterback for 14 years with the Bengals, Jets and Cardinals. He was the 1988 NFL MVP and appeared in four Pro Bowls. He threw for 37,920 yards and 247 touchdowns from 1984-1997.
Ray Mickens was a defensive back for 10 seasons in the NFL. He played for the Jets from 1996-2003, missed the 2004 season, then played for the Browns in 2005 and the Patriots in 2006. Mickens had 11 career interceptions.
Bruce Harper was a running back, receiver and kickoff/punt returner from 1977-84 with the Jets. In 99 games, he totaled 1,829 rushing yards and 2,409 receiving yards. From 1977-79, Harper led the NFL in kickoff return yardage. He scored 21 total touchdowns.
Wesley Walker played wide receiver from 1977-1989 for the Jets. He led the NFL in 1978 with 1,169 receiving yards. The two-time Pro Bowler led the NFL in yards per catch in his first two seasons.
At their introductory news conference on Jan. 21, 2015, neither new general manager Mike Maccagnan and coach Todd Bowles would commit to Jets third-year quarterback Geno Smith's position with the organization, but they made it clear that Smith would be under scrutiny in the coming weeks and months. (Credit: News 12 New Jersey)
Todd Bowles is coming home and taking over as the New York Jets' head coach. Bowles, 51, was highly sought after leading Arizona's aggressive-style defense the last two seasons. (Credit: AP)
Rex Ryan has been formally introduced as the new head coach of the Buffalo Bills. Ryan, who was hired Monday, Jan. 12, 2015, replaced Doug Marrone, who stepped down abruptly on Dec. 31. (Credit: AP)
Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota took a dig at the Jets and Giants on Monday's Late Show with David Letterman.
Mike Francesa says he could clear the snow at Ralph Wilson Stadium for the Jets-Bills game Sunday with his snowblower.
WFAN radio host Mike Francesa called Jets general manager John Idzik's press conference Monday a "colossal waste of time."
New York Jets defensive lineman Muhammad Wilkerson went to Sequoya Middle School in Holtsville on Oct. 7, 2014, to promote the NFL Play 60 program. The children learned about healthy eating and the importance of being active for at least 60 minutes a day. (Credit: Newsday / Tara Conry)
Marty Mornhinweg, the Jets’ offensive coordinator, accepted the blame for Sunday's timeout called that negated a game-tying touchdown against the Packers in Week 2. (Credit: Newsday / Kimberley A. Martin)
Former NFL lineman Damien Woody is a contestant on the "Glory Days" season of NBC's "The Biggest Loser" which includes several former pro athletes.
Long Island Jets fans talked about how they think Gang Green will fare in 2014, and gave their opinions on whether Geno Smith or Michael Vick should be the starting quarterback, at the team’s Family Fun Night at Hofstra University on Aug. 21, 2014. (Credit: Newsday / Chuck Fadely)
The Jets held a family fun night at Hofstra University on Aug. 21, 2014, giving Long Island fans their first chance to interact with the team and watch practice since Gang Green moved their practice facility upstate to Cortland. (Credit: Newsday / Chuck Fadely)