I didn’t think the New York Jets could improve their defensive front seven, but I wasn’t counting on Jason Babin.
The Jets signed free agent Babin to a two-year contract on Thursday, the team’s first day of practice after reporting to Cortland, N.Y. for training camp Wednesday. Babin has made 62.5 sacks in nine NFL seasons, including a remarkable 18 in 2011 and 12.5 in 2010...
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Kimberly Jones of the NFL Network reports that the Jets have reached an agreement with DE Jason Babin on a two-year contract.
Jones reported earlier in the day that Babin had visited with the Jets on Monday.
The Jaguars cut Babin loose back in June, despite the fact that he voided his contract and later re-signed with the team earlier in the offseason.
Babin, 34, recorded 40...
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Now a member of the Jaguars, defensive end Jason Babin ripped his former team, referring to the Eagles organization as "kind of a big socialistic system."
It was not expected that former Eagles defensive end Jason Babin would pass through the waivers process unclaimed.
As some predicted that a short list of contenders would quickly upgrade their pass rush to head into the playoffs, it was obvious that a non-contender would earn his rights thanks to how waivers work.
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During his first press conference with the Jacksonville media, former Eagles defensive end Jason Babin blasted the Philly media for their “loaded questions.”
Of his image in Philly, he said he challenged the Philly writers to be professional. Said they asked loaded questions. @jaguars @eagles
— Vito Stellino(@vitostellino) November 29, 2012
Babin said of Eagles, “Things...
Jason Babin doing his QB sack celebration, something he hasn’t done much in 2012.
Bye bye, Jason Babin.
The Philadelphia Eagles defensive end was released on Tuesday, the first prominent player this season to see that fate. Babin, acquired during 2011’s free agent spending frenzy, has not performed anywhere near last season’s Pro Bowl level. His 18 sacks last year have met...
A prized free agent in 2011, Jason Babin has been released by the Philadelphia Eagles, and it’s all starting to come apart with the Eagles out of contention. Babin's lone season with Titans proved to be his best, recording 58 tackles, 12.5 sacks, and two forced fumbles, which led to a five-year, $27.725 million contract, with more than $16 million in the next three years. He...
Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Jason Babin may miss the entire preseason due to a right calf strain injury, a league source tells CSNPhilly’s Reuben Frank .
Babin got hurt on Saturday during 1-on-1 drills.
Per Frank, Babin has suffered a Grade 2 muscle strain, meaning that a small tear exists in the muscle and that there is some bleeding. According to the source,
Not every player new player signed by the Philadelphia Eagles last season was a bust or took a long time to acclimate to the team’s system. DE Jason Babin had the benefit of having worked with defensive line coach Jim Washburn previously. And that experience helped him have the best season of his NFL career.
Babin recorded 18 sacks in 2011. In 2010 he had 12.5 sacks with the Tennessee...