Giants wide receiver Rueben Randle hasn’t seen his career take off as he had hoped, writes Mike Cannizzaro of the New York Post. “I put myself in this situation, and it’s up to me to get myself out of it,’’ Randle said. “It’s my job to correct what’s happened. That’s how I see it and that’s how I’m going to go about it. This being my third year, I was expecting to have a better season.’’ More from around the NFL..
- Jets owner Woody Johnson needs to clean house and hand the reins over to the Patriots duo of Nick Caserio and Josh McDaniels, opines Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News. Caserio is a football man with a coaching and scouting background while McDaniels’ stock has risen after a shaky run as a head coach in Denver. There are executives around the league, however, who aren’t sure whether Caserio would want to work for the Jets due to the cut-throat nature of the rivalry.
- Good news for the Jets: the x-rays on Nick Mangold‘s ankle revealed no break, according to Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports (via Twitter). Mangold will have an MRI tomorrow for a complete diagnosis.
- If the Texans get a quarterback or develop one they can truly contend in 2015, especially in the AFC South, Jason La Canfora of CBSSports.com writes.