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Jets CB duo of Gardner, Reed ready for Vikings, Jefferson

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — Robert Saleh totally whiffed a few years ago.And he can laugh about it now. Especially since he eventually got it right.The New York Jets coach was San Francisco's defensive coordinator when the 49ers drafted D.J. Reed in the fifth round out of Kansas State in 2018.Saleh loved Reed's overall ability and approach, but had him miscast. It wasn't until Reed went to Seattle two years later that he found his perfect fit."I screwed that one up because we tried to make D.J. a nickel f...

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — Robert Saleh totally whiffed a few years ago.

And he can laugh about it now. Especially since he eventually got it right.

The New York Jets coach was San Francisco's defensive coordinator when the 49ers drafted D.J. Reed in the fifth round out of Kansas State in 2018.

Saleh loved Reed's overall ability and approach, but had him miscast. It wasn't until Reed went to Seattle two years later that he found his perfect fit.

"I screwed that one up because we tried to make D.J. a nickel free safety, and credit to Seattle — they put him at corner," Saleh recalled Wednesday. "And he's flourished at that position, but the mindset's still there — the tenacity, the intensity, the strain — all of it is still there.

"He's really found his home at the corner in that right spot, and I'm thankful he's here."

So are the rest of the Jets, whose cornerback duo of Reed and rookie Sauce Gardner has been one of the NFL's best during New York's 7-4 start. They have routinely shut down opposing receivers, transforming one of New York's weaknesses a year ago into one of its biggest strengths.

Reed and Gardner will be tested again Sunday when they take on the Vikings in Minnesota, which has perhaps the league's top wide receiver in Justin Jefferson.

"It's going to be fun," Saleh said. "Sauce is the ultimate strainer. Him and D.J., they strain, and they play very, very, very hard. Not to say they haven't played anyone that plays hard, but I'll put our guys up against anybody.

"Now those guys are freaking good now, and it's going to be a great challenge. But like I said, I think it's a challenge that our guys are excited for."

Reed might see the bulk of snaps against Jefferson, depending on where the star receiver lines up. Saleh and defensive coordinator Jeff Ulbrich don't necessarily have Reed and Gardner follow one particular receiver throughout games.

"When you've got two dominant corners, you don't really need to be stressing about anything," Gardner said.

That said, both are preparing to face Jefferson — along with the rest of the Vikings' pass catchers.

"He's a pretty good receiver," Gardner said of Jefferson, whose 81 catches are third in the league and his 1,232 yards receiving are just one short of NFL leader Tyreek Hill. "He runs good routes and his play speaks for itself."

Same for Gardner, the No. 4 overall pick in April whose 14 passes defensed are the most in the league. He has two interceptions and his 88.9 coverage grade from Pro Football Focus leads NFL defensive backs.

As of Tuesday, he also led AFC cornerbacks in voting for the Pro Bowl — a rarity for a rookie at that position.

"I'm a naturally humble guy, but a lot of you asked me like what my individual goals were and that was one of them," he said. "I know it's not too often that rookies make the Pro Bowl, but at the same time, I know that the job's not finished yet. So I'm just going to keep my head down and keep going."

When asked if he thought he deserved the accolades, Gardner paused for only a moment.

"Uhh, definitely," he said. "I feel like I've just been doing everything I can, putting the work in. I don't know exactly what it takes, but I know I've been doing everything that I can."

Gardner's instant impact has somewhat overshadowed what Reed has done in his first season since signing a three-year, $33 million contract with the Jets in the offseason. He has 54 tackles, an interception, seven passes defensed and a forced fumble.

Reed has also allowed a league-low 65 yards after the catch this season among cornerbacks with a minimum of 400 snaps.

"He's been great," Saleh said.

Reed and Gardner also play off each other in the secondary, pushing each other to be great. And that has helped turn the Jets' defense into a force, ranked fifth overall and fourth in scoring.

"We play for each other," Reed said recently. "We really love each other. We hang out outside of football, everybody's close-knit, just close, it's family. I think that's all we've got, to go play for each other that hard."

NOTES: Reed had a personal day Wednesday, but was expected to return to practice Thursday. ... RB Michael Carter (ankle), S Ashtyn Davis (hamstring) and OT Cedric Ogbuehi (groin/illness) didn't practice. ... LT Duane Brown (shoulder), TE Kenny Yeboah (calf) and DT Sheldon Rankins (elbow) were limited.

Conduent Introduces VeriSight Identity Validation and Bank Account Owner Verification Solutions to Combat Fraud and Strengthen Government Aid Programs

VeriSight can help federal and state agencies confirm the identities of program beneficiariesSolutions are designed to detect identity fraud at enrollment and, where applicable, bank account ownership before benefits are disbursedIn addition to fraud prevention, VeriSight can help state and federal agencies identify fraud ring activity to aid in the investigation and prosecution of perpetrators and reclaim stolen fundsFLORHAM PARK, N.J., Dec. 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ...

VeriSight can help federal and state agencies confirm the identities of program beneficiaries

Solutions are designed to detect identity fraud at enrollment and, where applicable, bank account ownership before benefits are disbursed

In addition to fraud prevention, VeriSight can help state and federal agencies identify fraud ring activity to aid in the investigation and prosecution of perpetrators and reclaim stolen funds

FLORHAM PARK, N.J., Dec. 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Conduent Incorporated (Nasdaq: CNDT), a global technology-led business process solutions company, today introduced its VeriSight solutions to help federal and state government agencies combat benefits fraud and strengthen public aid programs nationwide.

The VeriSight solutions – an expansion of Conduent’s current capabilities in government payments – provide robust identity verification and validate bank account ownership before transactions are completed and benefits are disbursed. VeriSight analysis tools also can assist state and federal agencies in identifying fraud ring activity to aid in investigating and prosecuting perpetrators and reclaiming stolen funds.

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After DNP, Jets RB James Robinson 'upset,' wonders how he fits

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- New York Jets running back James Robinson, who figured to be a key piece on offense after arriving last month in a trade, was a healthy scratch last Sunday -- and he's upset."Obviously, I didn't come here not to play," Robinson told ESPN on Wednesday. "Obviously, they brought me here for a reaso...

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- New York Jets running back James Robinson, who figured to be a key piece on offense after arriving last month in a trade, was a healthy scratch last Sunday -- and he's upset.

"Obviously, I didn't come here not to play," Robinson told ESPN on Wednesday. "Obviously, they brought me here for a reason. I don't expect anything unless I work for it, and I've been working my ass off. Me not playing pisses me off."

Looking for more production, coach Robert Saleh replaced Robinson with rookie Zonovan Knight, who recorded 103 yards from scrimmage in his debut -- a 31-10 win over the Chicago Bears.

Robinson said he was informed last Wednesday by running backs coach Taylor Embree that he would be inactive against the Bears.

"Obviously, I was upset about it," he said. "I don't know what they have planned for me."

On Oct. 24, the Jets acquired Robinson from the Jacksonville Jaguars for a 2023 conditional sixth-round pick -- one day after losing starter Breece Hall to a season-ending knee injury. In three games, Robinson has rushed for only 75 yards on 25 carries. He scored a touchdown on one of his two receptions.

As part of the trade agreement, the draft pick improves to a fifth rounder if Robinson's rushing total for 2022 reaches 600 yards. Currently, he's at 415 yards.

Robinson played his best game with the Jets in a Week 9 win over the Buffalo Bills (13 carries for 48 yards and a receiving touchdown). The offense bottomed out in the next game, a loss to the New England Patriots. He was held to 10 yards on seven carries.

Explaining the change, Saleh said there was "a lot of meat on the bone in the run game" over the past few weeks. He said Robinson still is getting comfortable in their zone-based scheme and wanted to give Knight a chance in the rotation, adding that "no one has seen the last of" Robinson.

Robinson doesn't believe he's having problems with the new system, which requires a one-cut runner who can accelerate quickly upfield.

"I mean, picking up the runs, that's easy," said Robinson, a 1,070-yard rusher for Jacksonville in 2020. "The thing is getting used to the pass game, protections and I feel like I've picked up that stuff up pretty good.

"You probably have to ask them what their game plan is for me. I'd do the same, but obviously I'm going to continue to work my ass off. I can't go in there begging. They can see what I do on the field."

Robinson, who said he's uncertain of his status this week, could be inactive again Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium. It could depend on Michael Carter, who missed practice Wednesday with a sprained ankle.

Saleh said he's hopeful Carter will play. In that case, they could go with the same three as last week -- Carter, Knight and Ty Johnson, who rushed for 62 yards and a touchdown against Chicago.

"With that entire running-back room, it's going to be a week-to-week thing," Saleh said.

The Madison Area YMCA Welcomes, EGYM:

Members of all fitness levels enjoy the Life Fitness modern Selectorized equipment recently installed at the Madison Area YMCA.(Madison, NJ) – November 14, 2022 – The Madison Area YMCA is excited to announce the installation of brand new, state-of-the-art equipment into our Fitness Center, including new cardio equipment, the Sprint 8 system, the EGYM circuit, and new strength and resistance training equipment.Our fitness and wellness offerings at the Madison Area YMCA are for everyb...

Members of all fitness levels enjoy the Life Fitness modern Selectorized equipment recently installed at the Madison Area YMCA.

(Madison, NJ) – November 14, 2022 – The Madison Area YMCA is excited to announce the installation of brand new, state-of-the-art equipment into our Fitness Center, including new cardio equipment, the Sprint 8 system, the EGYM circuit, and new strength and resistance training equipment.

Our fitness and wellness offerings at the Madison Area YMCA are for everybody. From teens who are just beginning their fitness journeys to seniors who are looking to rediscover their passion for wellness, the YMCA’s transformed state-of-the-art facility is the perfect place to start. With a reimagined Fitness Center and the strength, performance and functional training focused Glasser Center, programs for all ages including adults and seniors, a state-of-the-art Walker D. Kirby Aquatics Center, Health and Wellness Programs and virtual fitness platform Y Wellness 24/7, everyone can Find Your Fit at the Madison Area YMCA.

“The Madison Area YMCA is now home to both EGYM, an effective, user-friendly circuit system, as well as free-reign Life Fitness Selectorized Equipment. The unique and diverse range of equipment we now offer provides unlimited possibilities and is accessible by anyone, regardless of age and ability. We cannot wait for all our members to begin enjoying the benefits that come with our new upgraded fitness equipment,” said Madison Area YMCA Associate Health & Wellness Director Peggy Potter.

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With just a 20-minute circuit workout, the Madison Area YMCA’s new EGYM data-driven system tracks and logs fitness progress and provides detailed, personalized recommendations to increase machine weightage or intensity, constantly pushing users to reach their fitness goals.

In addition to the benefits of EGYM, members have access to the Sprint 8 program which has been shown to improve cardiovascular endurance and enhance overall fitness in everyone from young adults to active older adults using traditional cardio equipment. Brand-new Life Fitness modern Selectorized equipment also provides the most approachable and non-intimidating resistance training option for all members, expert or novice, to optimize biomechanics.

Not yet a Madison Area YMCA member? Visit https://madisonareaymca.org/membership or contact our Welcome Center at [email protected] or call 973-822-9622 to see how you can start your fitness journey today!

As a mission-driven charitable organization and community wellness center, the Madison Area YMCA is dedicated to nurturing the potential of our youth, providing a safe space for teens, improving the community’s health and well-being, and giving back by providing support to our neighbors. For more information about financial assistance or to make a tax-deductible donation, visit our website at www.madisonareaymca.org.

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ASCO Power's New Quick-Connect Products Increase Critical Power Resilience, Maintain Redundancy, and Streamline Compliance

FLORHAM PARK, N.J., Dec. 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- When a facility lacks a backup generator, or its sole generator becomes unavailable, utility power outages disrupt critical operations, impact revenue, and hurt customer satisfaction.To address these challenges, ...

FLORHAM PARK, N.J., Dec. 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- When a facility lacks a backup generator, or its sole generator becomes unavailable, utility power outages disrupt critical operations, impact revenue, and hurt customer satisfaction.

To address these challenges, ASCO Power Technologies is excited to introduce an industry-leading line of quick-connect products that enable facilities to quickly add transportable generators and load banks to facility power distribution systems. Comprised of standalone Quick-Connect Panels and Manual Transfer Switches with Integrated Quick-Connects, these UL-listed products solve temporary and emergency power connection challenges for facilities of every size.

The new ASCO Quick-Connect Panels feature easy-to-use Cam Lock connectors that simplify the connection of temporary generators and load banks to building power distribution systems whenever needed. Manual Transfer Switches with Quick Connects integrate a transfer switch mechanism, quick-connect panel, and available overcurrent protection into a single equipment enclosure.

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ASCO Power Technologies offers broad technical and service support for the entire Quick Connect product line. From equipment data, example specifications, and advanced sales support to expert installation, commissioning, and on-site service, ASCO Power provides industry-leading code-compliant solutions for maintaining power redundancy and increasing power resilience. To learn more about ASCO Power Quick-Connect Panels and Transfer Switches, visit the and the ASCO Power .

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