Jets offensive coordinator John Morton walked into his press conference Thursday looking like a man who had not slept in days. He had heavy eyes, was unshaven and looked like he could use a nap. No, the Jets offense is not giving him nightmares. But the newest man to run the Jets offense has been...
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