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Posted 12 Apr 2015quack?
QuoteThe New York Jets have made it clear they hope to add another quarterback. Predictably, they're investigating the top passers in the draft, including one who probably won't be available when they pick -- Jameis Winston.
The former Florida State star, the presumptive No. 1 overall pick, is scheduled to visit the Jets' facility in the coming days, league sources confirmed on Saturday.
There is virtually no chance Winston falls to the Jets, who own the sixth pick, but he's highly regarded within the Jets' organization. Aggressive general manager Mike Maccagnan hasn't ruled out the possibility of trading up, sources said, although it's unclear how high he's willing to go or which player he'd be targeting. The cost to move to No. 1 or No. 2 will be enormous, but there's a sense among teams in the top 10 that the Jets are a threat to move up.
The Jets are performing their due diligence on the top-rated quarterbacks. They've conducted private workouts with Oregon's Marcus Mariota and UCLA's Brett Hundley and they're scheduled to host Baylor's Bryce Petty next week.
This doesn't mean they're locked into taking a quarterback. They're simply doing their homework. Truth be told, it would be a bigger story if they didn't schedule private time with them.
Chances are, Mariota also will be off the board by the sixth pick. There's a huge dropoff to the next tier, meaning there might not be another quarterback picked until the second round. There's no clear-cut No. 3 prospect. Petty and Hundley are getting the most attention, but Colorado State's Garrett Grayson also is gaining momentum.
Posted 28 Feb 2015Should get this guy just to have him face off vs revis
Posted 24 Feb 2015
the rest of the album here
i wish the jets would re-do their logo and designs
Posted 23 Feb 2015
BRING HIM BACK!
Posted 13 Jan 2015
QuoteBreaking Down the Dead Cap
The $5 million in restructure dollars over 2015-16 represent the only current dead cap on the contract. However, if Peyton is on the Broncos roster when the 2014 league year ends (March 10th at 4:00PM EST), the $19 million salary for 2015 becomes fully guaranteed.
If Released Before March 10th, 2015
If the Broncos decide to cut ties with Manning, they’ll do so prior to March 10th (when the salary guarantee kicks in). In doing so, they’ll incur $5 million in dead cap ($2.5 million in 2015, and $2.5 million in 2016). Peyton will be owed no additional salary and will be free to sign with any team immediately.
If Released After March 10th, 2015
It’s extremely unlikely, but should the Broncos part ways with Manning once the new league year starts, they’ll be on the hook for the entire $19 million salary + the $5 million in unallocated bonus, a total of $24 million in dead cap. This number splits into $21.5 million in 2015, and $2.5 million in 2016.
If He Retires
If Peyton does decide to call it a career, the Broncos will be on the hook for just the $5 million dead cap (split $2.5M over the next two seasons each).
If Traded this Offseason
Should the Broncos find a trade partner for Manning, they’ll incur the same dead cap as previously noted ($2.5 million in 2015, $2.5 million in 2016). The contract with his new team will be extremely simple:
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