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cb14fac78f90cbfa2583a0b92e31c3b1Joe Caporoso: Owner/Founder, Staff Writer and Assistant Editor 

Joe is a graduate of Muhlenberg College with a double major in Media/Communications and Political Science, with a Masters of Arts degree from Lehigh University in Political Science. He was a featured writer for Gunaxin, and has written for SB Nation New York, MVN, Fan University, The Campus Word, The Muhlenberg Weekly, The Muhlenberg Advocate, and The Suburban Trends in the past. His writing has been featured in the New York Times, Huffington Post, ESPN’s AFC East Blog, AM New York and USA Today. Caporoso played football his entire life, including four years at Muhlenberg as a wide receiver, where he was arguably the slowest receiver to ever start in school history.

Caporoso also started and runs Turn On The Jets, which covers the New York Jets and NFL

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62a8ae6e123227f79c3c8a809e9ca1fcChris Celletti: Lead Staff Writer and Lead Editor 

Chris Celletti is the Lead Editor and a Staff Writer. He was previously featured at SB Nation NY and Bad Left Hook. Chris graduated from Seton Hall, where he obtained a degree in Media and Communications. Chris is also a weekly contributor at Turn On The Jets.

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Kevin Smith: Lead Staff Writer, Editor  

When Kevin Smith’s parents used to ask him what he wanted to be when he grew up, he would respond “Patrick Ewing.” When he grew up to be under six feet tall and scrawny, he decided to take up sports journalism. Smith has an Associate’s Degree in Journalism and contributes not only to Turn On The Knicks, but also Dime Magazine’s official website, DimeMag.com, where he writes as their Fantasy Doctor.

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ajAaron Jacobs: Staff Writer

Aaron Jacobs is a graduate of Stony Brook University where he received his degree in Journalism. Being an average high school student, Aaron didn’t know what he wanted to do after he graduated. He knew that he loved sports and had a decent talent for writing, so after two years at Suffolk County Community College, Aaron decided to pursue sports journalism. Growing up on Long Island he has been a die hard New York Knicks and New York Jets fan his entire life. Aaron is passionate about his articles, and is a very opinionated sports fan who loves a good debate, so make sure you follow him on twitter and let him know how you feel about his work.

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Max Marcilla: Staff Writer

Max is currently a high school student in New Jersey, a big
sports fan, and an aspiring sports writer. Ever since he was two, and would announce the Knicks starting lineup in front of his family, everyone knew he was going to be a fanatic. Since those days, he has been following sports closely, especially his three teams: the Knicks,
Jets, and Mets. Max has combined his first two loves, sports and
writing, to provide unique perspectives and opinions in his writing.

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