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Tue, 11 Mar 2003 20:29:57 -0800
The Tampa Tribune reports the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have had preliminary discussions with the agent for free agent LT Jumbo Elliott (Jets).
Mon, 10 Mar 2003 21:21:08 -0800
The NY Times reports New York Jets OT Jumbo Elliott is now facing a civil suit regarding an altercation he had with a limousine driver. A grand jury heard evidence against Elliott in February but did not indict him.
Thu, 20 Feb 2003 20:35:16 -0800
Updating previous reports, the Associated Press reports New York Jets OT Jumbo Elliott was cleared of charges by a Nassau County grand jury Thursday, prosecutors said. District Attorney Denis Dillon said the grand jury declined to file any charges against Elliott.
Wed, 19 Feb 2003 04:47:21 -0800
Updating previous reports, the New York Times reports New York Jets OT Jumbo Elliott is set to testify before a Nassau County grand jury Wednesday about his role in an incident with a limo driver last December. Elliott’s testimony is likely to conclude evidence heard by the grand jury, although the driver, Donald Matinsky, might testify again. The grand jury will then decide whether the case should go to trial and whether Elliott will face charges, most likely a misdemeanor.
Tue, 11 Feb 2003 05:46:39 -0800
Updating previous reports, the New York Daily News reports four New York Jets players testified Monday before a Nassau County grand jury in the case of Jets OT Jumbo Elliott. While the district attorney’s office hasn’t revealed the names of the players, sources have confirmed that they are: Jason Fabini, Dennis O’Sullivan, Todd Husak, and former Jets player Matt Knutson, who is now with the New England Patriots. Three other players – Jonathan Goodwin, Chris Smith, and Elliott himself – will also be required to testify. The grand jury is expected to decide next week if charges will be filed.
Mon, 03 Feb 2003 04:36:46 -0800
Updating previous reports, the New York Times reports a Nassau County grand jury will convene on or about Feb. 10 to evaluate the case of New York Jets OT Jumbo Elliott. The jury will evaluate allegations that Elliott pushed a limo driver to the ground in December. Frank J. Laine, the lawyer who is representing the limo driver, Donald Matinsky, said four or five Jets players would be subpoenaed.
Thu, 16 Jan 2003 06:20:45 -0800
The Star Ledger reports the New York Jets are likely to release LT Jumbo Elliott. He could land in Dallas.
Sat, 14 Dec 2002 08:17:26 -0800
Updating previous reports, the New York Post reports New York Jets OT Jumbo Elliott has denied allegations that he assaulted a limo driver Monday night. “I don’t know of anyone beating a driver,” Elliott said. “I was out at the dinner, but I don’t know who’s saying what.”
Fri, 13 Dec 2002 06:17:03 -0800
Updating last night's story, the Star Ledger reports New York Jets OT Jumbo Elliott is the player who allegedly picked up and shoved a limo driver to the ground on Monday night, a person close to the situation said last night. "He (the player) was drinking," said the person with knowledge of the incident. "We'll just see what happens."
Tue, 06 Aug 2002 00:31:05 -0700
The NY Post reports New York Jets OT Jumbo Elliott was rested during the team's practice Monday morning.
Sun, 13 Jan 2002 12:33:31 -0800
Jay Glazer reports for SportsLine.com two of coach Bill Parcells friends have told SportsLine the coach has told them within the past two days that it's "looking good" regarding his arrival with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. One friend said nothing is "100 percent" yet. Current coach Tony Dungy, who still hasn't met with team owners, made no indication that he has been fired when he met with his players Sunday. GM Rich McKay is expected to meet with team owners Malcolm Glazer and sons on Sunday. If Parcells is hired, McKay will almost definitely be gone. Names have already surfaced for Parcells staff: Virginia assistant Corwin Brown, Jets offensive line coach Bill Muir and perhaps line assistant Jumbo Elliott, Jets strength coach John Lott, Bears WR coach Todd Haley, and currently unemployed offensive mind Dan Henning.
Mon, 10 Sep 2001 22:15:00 -0700
As an update to a previous story, Jay Glazer reports for SportsLine.com free agent OT Jumbo Elliott told SportsLine.com on Monday night the Miami Dolphins contacted him as a possible replacement for injured left tackle Marcus Spriggs. The team is flying him to Florida on Tuesday for a physical, Elliott said.
Fri, 24 Aug 2001 07:59:15 -0700
NY Newsday reports New York Jets coach Herman Edwards confirmed the team is still interested in bringing back OT Jumbo Elliott. He was cut for salary cap reasons but remains at home on Long Island, waiting for the Jets to sort out their offensive line needs. "We're still looking at the young guys, but we've had some talks with Jumbo," the coach said.
Thu, 19 Jul 2001 12:42:02 -0700
CNN/SI reports the New York Jets have released veteran OT Jumbo Elliott.
Wed, 09 May 2001 02:54:21 -0700
The New York Times reports the New York Jets are continuing to talk with veteran OT Jumbo Elliott. GM Terry Bradway stated the team expects him to show up because he's under contract. According to Bradway, Elliott was excused from the team's mini-camp because of family business.
Sat, 28 Apr 2001 03:55:04 -0700
The New York Post reports New York Jets OT Jumbo Elliott is not at the team's mini-camp as he attends to some family business. Coach Herman Edwards said he's going to visit with Elliott next week.
Thu, 29 Mar 2001 08:38:18 -0800
Bob Glauber reports for NY Newsday the New York Jets met with agent Marvin Demoff, who represents OL Jumbo Elliott, earlier this week. Elliott remains under contract, but may want to explore other options around the league. A family member of Elliott's is ill, which may make him reluctant to leave the area. The Jets 2001 pre-season schedule starts at home August 11 against the Atlanta Falcons and August 18 against the Ravens. The Jets will then be the visiting team when they play the Giants at Giants Stadium on August 25. They close the pre-season with a game in Philadelphia on August 30.
Mon, 26 Mar 2001 08:08:45 -0800
The Star-Ledger reports the New York Jets are now turning their attention towards the upcoming NFL Draft. While working with a limited budget, the team feels they were able to fill some holes during free agency this year and they'll be able to have more flexibility in the draft because of it. They will still have to release some more players to open enough salary cap room to sign their rookie players. The team is looking to take a QB in the middle rounds and plans to meet with QB Mike McMahon (Rutgers) soon. OLT Jumbo Elliott, who is uncertain of his future with the team, will have his agent meet with the team at the owners' meeting in California.
Fri, 23 Mar 2001 01:25:44 -0800
The New York Times reports the New York Jets continue to work on their new 4-3 defensive alignment. Head coach Herman Edwards is teaching them the goal is to be an attacking defense this year. The team is looking for the defensive line to hold up the offense to allow the team's group of linebackers to make plays on the field. Getting after the opposing quarterback is also something the team plans to focus on. In other news, OT Jumbo Elliott missed Wednesday's workouts due to family matters but returned to action on Thursday.
Thu, 22 Mar 2001 08:15:02 -0800
NY Newsday reports New York Jets coach Herman Edwards spoke to the team yesterday at the team's mini-camp. He made it clear to starting QB Vinny Testaverde backup Chad Pennington will get playing time this season whether Testaverde plays well or not. "Chad's going to get his chances," Edwards said. "He's going to have to go in and play some." Testaverde has been working out and studying the new West Coast offense in Hempstead since February. He feels confident about the upcoming season and healthy too. GM Terry Bradway is uncertain whether OL Jumbo Elliott, who is under contract, wants to play this season. He plans to meet with his agent next week.
Wed, 28 Feb 2001 09:40:27 -0800
The NY Daily News reports despite public banter they want to re-sign him, by offering restricted free agent QB Ray Lucas the low tender of $512,000 and no compensation it is expected other teams will pursue him in free agency. The Jets did not tender him higher because of their cap situation. "Realistically, I see him moving on," Lucas' agent, Felix Diaz said. Diaz said his decision would be based on playing time, not money. Former Jets WR Keyshawn Johnson is said to be lobbying to bring Lucas to Tampa Bay. Backup OT Jumbo Elliott could be cut loose this week in a mutual agreement with the team, and then signed back later. The Jets are still trying to sign DT Jason Ferguson before he hits the open market and negotiations continue to restrcuture CB Ray Mickens contract.
Wed, 21 Feb 2001 01:17:27 -0800
The New York Post reports, in addition to the previously reported LB Bryan Cox, the New York Jets appear poised to release LBs Roman Phifer and Dwayne Gordon, CB Ray Mickens, DT Ernie Logan, RB Bernie Parmalee and OT Jumbo Elliott, according to two NFL sources. Mickens could survive his release if the current renegotiation talks between the team and his agent produce a new restructured contract. The other releases are expected to be announced the first day they can be - this Thursday. Jets GM Terry Bradway called the talk of the releases "premature." Some of the money saved may go to a new contract for NT Jason Ferguson, according to agent Jim Sexton who also represents Mickens.