The Jets lost a quarterback this week when David Garrard said “no mas” because of a knee injury and a report from Tony Grossi of ESPNCleveland.com indicates they were interested in replacing him.
Grossi reports that the Jets “really wanted” to sign Brian Hoyer after Hoyer was released by the Cardinals. They weren’t able to close a deal, though, and Hoyer agreed to terms with the Browns on a two-year deal.
It probably comes as no surprise that the Jets were interested in the...Read Full Story
The New England Patriots have announced a trip of cuts this afternoon and a few names stand out as being mild surprises. Center Dan Koppen has been giving his walking papers, but that should not shock anyone who has been following the team throughout training much. Much more surprising is the release of backup quarterback Brian Hoyer.
There was a perception among NFL media that Hoyer was well-regarded around the league and that the Patriots would likely be able to trade him for a handsome sum...Read Full Story
Brian Hoyer, a player on the New England Patriots American football team. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
League sources have confirmed that QB Brian Hoyer has signed his tender and will be back with the team, signing a 1-year deal worth a guaranteed $1.92 million. He’ll become an unrestricted free agent in 2013.
New England placed a 2nd round tender on Hoyer, meaning that if another team signed him to an offer sheet, and if the Patriots did not match the offer, that team gives up a 2nd...Read Full Story
"The Back Page" w/Jason Page interviews Michigan State QB Brian Hoyer 3-07-09
"The Back Page" w/Jason Page sits down with Michigan State QB Brian Hoyer to talk about his prospects of a long and successful NFL career. "The Back Page" w/Jason Page can be heard weeday afternoons from 3-7 PM on ESPN Radio 1410 in Hartford and ESPN Radio 1300 in New Haven. It can also be heard online at ESPNRadio1410.com and ESPNRadio1300.com
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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The Patriots versus the New Orleans Saints should be a showdown that is a display of aerial strength ending with explosive TDs.
That formula does not apply in the preseason as the end result of their Thursday night meeting was a yawn inducing affair.
Pats QB Tom Brady did a walk through appearance completing 4-of-7 passes for 30 yards. On the negative side, he fumbled the ball on a sack.
His backups Ryan Mallet and Brian Hoyer posted similar stats. Both completed eight...Read Full Story
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