Stephen Peterman

Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 323
College: LSU
Birth Place: Gulfport, Mississippi
Draft: 2004 3rd round (20th pick) by the
  • ABC News

    Giants' Brandon Marshall addresses Sheldon Richardson comments

    Brandon Marshall stepped to the podium after New York Giants OTAs and knew what was coming. " Sheldon Richardson questions, go ahead, open up," the Giants wide receiver said, well aware of what Richardson said about him the other day at New York Jets camp. Richardson told reporters: "The locker room is a whole lot easier to get along with now," Asked to elaborate, he smiled and said, "Man oh man, y'all are thirsty. Let's just say I've got 15 reasons why it's better." Fifteen is Marshall's jersey number. He wore it with the Jets and is doing the same after being cut and signing a two-year deal with the Giants this offseason. It wasn't a surprise for Marshall to hear criticism coming from Richardson

  • Why did John Morton take Jets offensive coordinator job?
    Jets Wire

    Why did John Morton take Jets offensive coordinator job?

    Coming off a 5-11 2016 campaign that featured a roster depleted of talent and no clear answer at quarterback, the Jets offensive coordinator position wasn’t the most attractive job opening on the market this offseason. So, why did John Morton decide to take a such a high-risk job? “Opportunity,” Morton said, according to “I’ve been a position coach for almost 19 years, and I feel I’m ready.” Tuesday served as Morton’s first meeting with the media. WWhile he ignored questions about what the offense will look like and provided little detail about the quarterback competition, he made it clear that he doesn’t care about expectations. “Whatever you say, we’re going to come out, this offense

  • Pryor returns to Jets OTAs on Wednesday

    Pryor returns to Jets OTAs on Wednesday

    Ralph Vacchiano | Facebook | Twitter | Archive Calvin Pryor's absence from the Jets organized team activities (OTAs) lasted only one day. The Jets' safety was apparently back with his teammates and out at practice for Day 2 of the OTAs on Wednesday. A league source confirmed to SNY that Pryor was expected to attend, and one report indicated he was present. However, there was no media access on Wednesday, and Pryor was not shown in any photos or videos on the Jets' social media posts. All OTA practices are voluntary, according to NFL rules. Still, the absence of the 24-year-old Pryor on Day 1 was noteworthy given his current situation. The Jets recently drafted safeties in both the first and second