Jets Owner Sworn In As UK Ambassador

The Jets announced that owner Woody Johnson has been formally sworn in as the United States’ ambassador to the United Kingdom. With that in mind, Woody’s younger brother Christopher Wold Johnson will take over as the Jets’ chairman and CEO. Woody Johnson (vertical)

Christopher is twelve years Woody’s junior, so he could potentially hold down the fort for a while. We first learned that Christopher would ascend to this role back in June.

While Woody Johnson will face some challenges in his new role, Christopher Johnson has a difficult task of his own. This year’s Jets team may be one of the least talented squads assembled in the modern era. Meanwhile, the team is without a promising young quarterback to groom for the future.

The Jets also may have to make a decision on the club’s decision-making structure in the coming months. If Gang Green struggles again in 2017, the team could be looking to replace general manager Mike Maccagnan and/or head coach Todd Bowles.

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    • Connorsoxfan

      This is why the Trump haters hate people like you. Come up with a cohesive argument and it’s just debate over politics, but comments like this have now leaked over into a football site, and there’s no reason for it. I don’t support him, I condemn most of his actions, but stuff like this makes me understand where some of the people on the other side are coming from.

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