The meeting was described as "calm and constructive" by a team spokesman. But it is out of the ordinary. The meeting took place only one day before backup quarterback Tim Tebow was ripped by anonymous players in the New York Daily News.
"Let me tell you something about anonymous guys," Johnson said this week. "Anybody that's anonymous has no credibility. Anonymous people don't speak for the New York Jets. They really don't."
The Tebow controversy only furthers the feeling the inmates are running the asylum in New York. That doesn't bode well for Tannenbaum, who's in charge of picking the inmates.
"We've never gone for broke here," Tannenbaum told Rich Cimini of ESPN New York. "We've never mortgaged multiple picks to win now. That's not what we believe in. We believe in a systematic approach to win every year. In no year do we put more eggs into one basket."