New York Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum said this week that he is focused on his work and not his job security amid a 3-6 record.

“I’m not worried about me right now. I’m the last thing I’m worried about,” Tannebaum told the radio station. “I’m worried about this team and anything I can do to help. And each week, we’ve had our challenges.” 

Tannenbaum has built a Jets' team that has been unable to remain competitive amid season-ending injuries to Darrelle Revis and Santonio Holmes.