Jets Owner Dismisses Report of Heated Argument with Coach Saleh, NFL Network Fuels Speculation

Jets owner Woody Johnson criticizes NFL-owned media outlet for publishing ‘inaccurate’ report about alleged argument with coach Robert Saleh

The New York Jets are currently dealing with an off-field issue, as team owner Woody Johnson has refuted a report from NFL Media about a heated argument he had with Jets coach Robert Saleh during the league owners meetings. Johnson took to Twitter to dismiss the report as false and irresponsible, stating that there was no such conversation.

The NFL Network, which is owned by the NFL, has also weighed in on the matter. Colleen Wolfe, an NFL Network personality who appears on “Good Morning Football,” suggested that Johnson and Saleh were at odds during a recent “Around the NFL” podcast. However, when pressed about the matter by podcast co-hosts Dan Hanzus and Marc Sessler, Wolfe downplayed the conversation and refused to label it as an argument. Instead, she tried to fuel speculation about it by asking questions like “What were they arguing about? At the owners meetings, at the party last night… Who knows?”

Despite these reports and rumors, SNY has reported that no such conversation occurred at the reception for NFL owners. It remains to be seen what will happen next in this situation, but it’s clear that the Jets are trying to put this off-field drama behind them and focus on their upcoming season.

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