Our sister station WPG Talk Radio 1450 had a chance to speak with Linwood resident Terry Bradway, former general manger for the New  York Jets who now serves in their front office.

Bradway served as the Jets GM for five years taking them to the playoffs three of those years under quarterback Chad Pennington.

The Jets have been swarmed in controversy this season with the quarterback play from Mark Sanchez after the team traded for Tim Tebow during the off season.

"It's just the way it went," Bradway told the radio station.

The Jets have suffered season ending injuries to their team early this season to players like Santonio Holmes and Darrelle Revis.

Bradway was also asked about the Philadelphia Eagles downward spiral of a season.

"I know Andy well and he's a heck of a football coach, moving (Juan) Castillo to the defensive maybe wasn't a good move, but I know they'll bounce back," he said.

--Pete Giordano