On the field, the Jets are having a good year that’s possibly turning bad. Off the field, the Jets are having a bad year that’s possibly turning worse.
Four days after NFL spokesman Greg Aiello told PFT that the league office wouldn’t be investigating the Jets regarding the circumstances surrounding the placement of strength coach Sal Alosi’s knee into the path of Dolphins gunner Nolan Carroll, representatives of the league office were at the Jets’ facility, investigating that situation.
We heard on Thursday that a visit was coming on Friday, and Jane McManus of ESPNNewYork.com reports that a visit indeed occurred on Friday.
It’s the third time this year the league office has visited the Jets. The first came after the Ines Sainz situation. Next, Jenn Sterger. Now, it’s the Alosi alignment. Or the Westhoff Wall. Or the Ryan’s Lyin’.
Either way, the Jets continue to get the league office’s attention. The Jets, however, have yet to incur the league office’s wrath. League insiders are curious as to whether that will ever happen.