The New York Giants owner has been critical of the Jets owner in recent days, saying that he should have more control over the team’s business and players.
The New York Post reports that Jets owner Robert Kraft, who’s been vocal in his criticisms of Jets owner Woody Johnson since he bought the team in 2011, told Fox Sports radio on Wednesday that he thinks the Jets should “get a little bit more out of him” as owner.
“The owner has made a lot of mistakes,” Kraft said, “but he’s a really good owner.
He knows what’s going on. “
He’s the best owner in football.
He knows what’s going on.
Johnson has been under scrutiny since he made his $5.2 billion purchase of the team. “
So I think the Jets are a really tough sell right now.”
Johnson has been under scrutiny since he made his $5.2 billion purchase of the team.
Johnson has since become a vocal critic of the NFL’s treatment of players and owners.
He has also criticized Johnson for failing to invest in the franchise and instead focusing on the team itself.
Johnson, who owns the Cleveland Browns, said in a tweet earlier this week that he doesn’t “think I’m a good owner.”
The Jets are 6-3 in the last seven games of the season.