The New York Jets held their annual conference call with season-ticket holders on Monday. We wouldn't call it hugely informative, but it did provide entertainment value. We'll take it.
» Ryan again stated there is no validity to the Revis trade rumors: "There was no truth to that." Idzik said Revis is ahead of schedule in rehab and says their focus is on getting the cornerback healthy.
» Idzik gave a hazy answer about the future of Tebow: "He's currently on our roster. We're trying to increase competition at that position." He later added: "We're going to let that competition play out." Strange.
» Ryan said he did not anticipate the Jets appearing on "Hard Knocks" this summer. That's a heartbreaker.
» A Spanish-speaking caller told Ryan he reads his 2011 memoir, "Play Like You Mean It" to learn English. This is fascinating on about 10 different levels.
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» Idzik said the R-word, but he doesn't see it as a bad thing: "There's a negative connotation with rebuilding, but every team retools or rebuilds to a certain extent. That said, we have a fine foundation here."
» A caller prefaced a question by saying, "We are the butt/butt fumble joke of the NFL." Expect this to be the last season-ticket conference call for the Jets.
Though we're sure some people will make something of it, don't read too much into the Tebow comments. He's a goner. Consider it a rookie GM mistake to crack the door open even a bit.