Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Quick Hit: Jets’ owner Woody Johnson sounds cautiously hopeful about Geno Smith’s increased ‘maturity’

Jets owner Woody Johnson on Friday spoke with reporters at length for the first time since March. So even though Jets quarterback Geno Smith being punched by then-teammate IK Enemkpali is old news, it was something Johnson had yet to publicly address.

Johnson, speaking at a team fan event in Manhattan, said he liked how head coach Todd Bowles handled the situation. Johnson sounded cautiously hopeful about Smith, as the quarterback enters the final year of his rookie contract in 2016.

Source: Jets’ Woody Johnson sounds cautiously hopeful about Geno Smith’s increased ‘maturity’ | NJ.com

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