Santonio Holmes

New York Jets #10 -

  • Born: 03/03/84
  • Age: 30
  • Height: 5-11
  • Weight: 192

Flight Connections 4/13/14

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Why a Titans deal with Santonio Holmes makes sense

The Titans could use Santonio Holmes.

Sweed wants to play football again

Sweed opens up in an Ottawa Sun interview as he prepares for the RedGolds minicamp this week.

Steelers Trades: Swap in 2009 netted nothing

The Steelers and Vikings swapped picks, and ended up with a whole lot of not much. The Steelers added a safety who's career legacy is a game prediction and the Vikings got a quarterback who set the franchise back a few years.

Sanders heads to Broncos

The Buccaneers miss out on another player.

Steelers pursuing Cotchery, still might need a vet

Santonio Holmes' career has gone nowhere but downhill since leaving the Steelers. If there is a bridge left he didn't burn on his way out, perhaps he thinks about crossing it back to the team from which his legacy was started.

Jets release Santonio Holmes

Once a Super Bowl MVP, the end of Holmes' career is better described as a player the Steelers dealt to eventually land the pick that drafted Antonio Brown.

Scouting the Draft: Odell Beckham Jr., WR, LSU

Gang Green have shown interest in the LSU product. Could Beckham be the weapon that the Jets' offense is sorely lacking?

Fans need to be accepting and accountable, too

NFL Draft prospect Michael Sam could become the first openly gay player in NFL history. Along with fellow players, fans also need to be accepting and not lower themselves to online name-calling that includes homophobic slurs directed at Sam.

Report: Jets will target Sanders in free agency

Another AFC East team appears to be targeting a Steelers receiver.

Jets looking at Jeremy Maclin, Emmanuel Sanders

Geno Smith may finally be getting some help.

Mock Draft: Steelers trade up, select OT Robinson

Dipping into and exploring the possibility of a trade in the upcoming NFL Draft opens up options in terms of predicting the Steelers' pick in that draft. This particular scenario, though, probably isn't too realistic.

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