When AFC East rivals Miami and New York meet, it will mark the 12th time they'll clash on Monday Night Football. While the Jets lead the all-time series 50-46-1, they're 2-9 this season and hoping to put a dent in Miami's slim postseason chances.
Safety Dawan Landry is familiar with Rex Ryan's system after playing for him in Baltimore from 2006-08. He replaces his younger brother, LaRon Landry, who left for Indianapolis after a year in New York.
Former Jacksonville Jaguars safety Dawan Landry met with the Jets on Wednesday, according to reports. Landry could fill the void left by his younger brother LaRon when the veteran safety signed with the Colts earlier this month. The Jets currently have one of the youngest safety tandems in the league.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have released veteran safety Dawan Landry, according to a report from NFL.com. Landry finished third on the team in total tackles in 2012 with 100. First-year coach Gus Bradley is looking to retool the Jaguars' secondary before the start of free agency. Cornerbacks Rashean Mathis and Derek Cox are expected to hit the open market.