Robert Wood Johnson IV

Jets' Owner Says Team 'Definitely Not' Tanking Season

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Christopher Johnson has spent the past 17 years as a trusted confidant behind the scenes for his older brother's New York Jets.

He's now front and center as the man in charge of the franchise that Woody Johnson bought in 2000. And he'd love more than anything to deliver on a dream that would satisfy long-suffering fans — and give him some serious sibling bragging rights.

"What I really want to see happen is for us to go to the Super Bowl," Christopher Johnson said Wednesday before his face lit up with a slight grin. "I promised my brother I'll leave him two tickets at will call. Every little brother wants to show up his big...

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