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Joe Caporoso: Owner/Editor-In-Chief  Joe has been covering the Jets since 2005. He has been a featured writer for Bleacher Report, Gunaxin, SB Nation New York, MVN,  and  The Campus Word. His writing has been featured in the Sports Illustrated, Maxim, Ad Week, Huffington Post, ESPN’s AFC East Blog, Barstool Sports, and NJ.com. He also regularly been featured on the New York Jets official website as an analyst. Caporoso played football his entire life, including four years at Muhlenberg as a wide receiver, where he was arguably the slowest player to ever start in school history.  He is the Director of Social Platforms at Whistle Sports.

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Dalbin Osorio: Staff Writer/Podcast Host DTOJ2 Dalbin Osorio is a Case Planner for Graham-Windham. He is also a student at the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College. Dalbin graduated from Monroe College with a degree in Business Administration. Dalbin was a three sport utility man in high school and also currently covers the Dallas Mavericks for Rant Sports. 

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photoTJ Rosenthal: Staff Writer  TJ Rosenthal is a Contributor who runs The Jet Report and has previously worked with Pro Football NYC. He lives and works in the NYC area. TJ has been contributing to Turn On The Jets since 2010 when the site first began.

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Joe Malfa: Staff Writer  Joe has written in the past for isportstimes.com and ibnsportswrap.com in addition to being the feature sports columnist for his school newspaper. He currently attends high school at St. Joe’s Regional in North Jersey.

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John Hargaden: Staff Writer John is a graduate of St. John’s University in 2013 with a Screen Shot 2015-12-11 at 4.08.15 PMBachelor’s degree in Philosophy where he had the opportunity to be apart of WSJU radio calling St. John’s Men’s and Women’s Basketball games and a weekly sports radio show that focused on all things New York sports.

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David Aitken: Staff Writer

_GB1vgO2_400x400David is a recent graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University where he studied Sports Administration, just a stone’s throw from the Jets home in Florham Park. He’s had writing featured on thejetsblog.com, the Scout Network and Pro Football Focus. He is an aspiring sports-something and currently a player participation analyst with PFF.

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Nikki Charlesworth: Staff WriterIMG_5552

Nikki Charlesworth is a British Jets fan who graduated from the University of Birmingham with a degree in history. She lives just outside London and works as the Deputy Head Teacher (vice-principal) of a Primary (Elementary) School. She has written for nyjetsfans.com, UKendzone and UKfirstdown and has appeared on UK national sports radio discussing the Jets. She also interviewed fans in London for the Jets’ production ‘Jet life’ on CBS NY.

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Kevin Zielaznicki: Staff WriterTOJ Profile Picture

Kevin is currently pursuing a finance and marketing degree from Monmouth University and is a Brother of Phi Kappa Psi. He started writing for Connor Roger’s site, NYJ Draft Central, and now covers the NFL Draft and fantasy football for Turn On The Jets. 

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Will Horton: HTML and Web Site Maintenance  Will is the owner and lead writer of RamsHerd.com. He does tremendous work and comes highly recommended from TOJ.

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8 thoughts on “About TOJ”

  1. You may not have asked me, but how about this for the Revis situation. Give Darrell ‘franchise tag equevelant’ money for this year. Perhaps $9M to about $12M per year. Tie a huge signing bonus to NEXT years contract. In 2014, the Jets will have cap space and we will all know the condition of he knee. Then, not now, he MAY be worth the $15M per he wants. Then we will all know the status of his rehab. So, how about it? Will it fly? Anything missing????

  2. your forgetting why would Revis extend for one year when he could be a FA next summer! he would probably say screw that play out this season and then leave for highest bidding team! He dose not care about wining a Superbowl he Just wants $$$$… just my opinion.

  3. The guys at TOJ are truly making in-roads in “civilizing” coverage of the Jets, because we all know the mainstream media’s portrayal of what actually goes on with the Jets — both on the field and off — often lacks even a hint of civility. The future of sports journalism is going away from the mainstream and into a new stream, where the fan is wielding the power. This won’t happen overnight, but with fan blog sites being granted more access to fields and locker rooms it’s just a matter of time before the playing field is leveled somewhat. It’s still years away from becoming common, but sites like TOJ have the right idea. Trust me.

  4. 100% Jeff.

    It’s refreshing to read & comment on an optimistic Jets Fan Site, ran by a staff full insightful individuals who are not on some high horse dictatorship bs.

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