Interestingly Bart Scott is not a fan of the league ruling against 2-a-days from NFL training camps. Just 1 of the plethora of issues discussed at the negotiating table during this CBA. “I get concerned you’re making football players weaker because you don’t push them past that threshold,” Scott said. “… I get concerned with the same thing with
Cromartie mentioned recently that he wants to play for Rex and Jets but he won’t come cheap and that there will be no discount. So the Jets will have to either open up the wallet or let him walk. With Cro it really comes down to the direction Mike Tannenbaum has for the team and if Kyle Wilson is ready
Randy Moss Presents a different angle to the Jets wideout dept. Both Braylon Edwards and Santonio Holmes are going to be looking for top dollar. Although Braylon has said he’s willing to be flexible and negotiate because he really wants to be apart of the Jets. Holmes on the other hand will be looking to rake it in. There are
Darrelle Revis to make ESPN Dream team. Heres the excerpt. Darrelle Revis, New York Jets cornerback: He’ll be 29 years old when the Dream Team of Tomorrow window opens, but he has been so dominant it’s hard to pick any other Jet ahead of him. I realize All-Pro center Nick Mangold and Pro Bowl left tackle D’Brickashaw Ferguson are on
I think Mark was getting comfortable with his guys he had last year. Although the gesture is nice of Mark I personally can’t find this doable. There are some big names out there for the Jets, with some more names on the table for next year. 1 including Dustin Keller, that’s lots of money to be moved around.
It is Vital that the New York Jets get something worked out for David Harris. While many other big names on the Jets have lashed back at management in recent years, David Harris hasn’t put up any fuss. He took is franchise tag last year without a word. Harris is a lunch bucket kinda guy, put his faith in