The beginning of the next stage - - the inevitable has happened. The cover-up is now being called exactly that by a top Jets beat writer in the know - Rich Cimini (their version of Mike Reiss). New York Jets coach Sal Alosi acted alone? Not buying it - ESPN New York "........Coach Rex Ryan and special teams coordinator Mike Westhoff both tried to distance themselves from the controversy, claiming that Alosi acted unilaterally. So they expect us to believe that a strength and conditioning coach, a guy at the bottom of the coaching-staff food chain, was doing something illegal and they knew nothing about it. Sorry, but that doesn't pass the smell test. In the everything-is-choreographed world of the NFL, it's hard to believe a strength coach was a solo rogue. One of Alosi's Gang of Five, a rookie tight end named Jeff Cumberland, said good 'ol Sal had been ordering the inactive players to stand that way since the beginning of the season. And his superiors didn't know about it? "Where it came from, I have absolutely no idea," Westhoff said with a straight face, refusing to admit he ordered the "Code Red." (Sorry, just some Col. Jessup humor from "A Few Good Men.)........ ......And yet the Jets plead ignorance. Right. There's a term for this; it's called institutional knowledge."