Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links February 19, 2013
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- NY Jets Release: B. Scott, C. Pace, J. Smith, E. Smith & Waive J. Baker
The New York Jets have made a few roster moves releasing safety Eric Smith, linebacker Calvin Pace, offensive lineman Jason Smith, linebacker Bart Scott along with waiving h-back Josh Baker who spent last season on injured-reserved. Jets announce LB Bart Scott has been released. — New York Jets (@nyjets) February 19, 2013 The moves free [...]
- Jets Begin Making Cuts, Release Four Veteran Players
The Jets have officially announced the release of four veteran players: linebackers Bart Scott and Calvin Pace, safety Eric Smith and offensive tackle Jason Smith. They also announced that they have waived TE/FB Josh Baker. These moves save the Jets approximately $31 million, putting them about about $6 million over the projected $121.1 million salary [...]
- 2013 NFL Draft – Ted Sundquist Interview, Part 2
Chris Gross sits down with former Denver Broncos’ General Manager Ted Sundquist for part 2 of their NFL Draft discussion.
- Mayock: Bad year to own a top-10 pick
NFL Network draft guru Mike Mayock held an epic conference call Monday, answering questions about this week’s scouting combine and the upcoming draft. For the record, the Q & A session was 22,753 words, based on the transcript provided by the network.
From a Jets perspective, here are some of my takeaways:
1. It’s a bad year to have the ninth overall pick; typical Jets luck. Said Mayock: “I wouldn’t want a top-10 pick this year. I think the fifth pick in the draft and the 25th pick in this draft are very similar.
- Is Revis Taking the Business Side of the NFL Too Personally?
- Revis: ‘It starts with Woody Johnson’
The two most important takeaways from Darrelle Revis’ interview with Andrea Kremer of the NFL Network:
1. The Jets’ star cornerback indicated he has talked to Rex Ryan since the trade rumors surfaced, and he said the coach wants him to remain a Jet. That’s more than Ryan gave us Jan. 24, the day of John Idzik’s introductory news conference, when everybody in the organization was in non-committal mode on Revis.
2. Revis is trying to paint owner Woody Johnson as the bad guy, suggesting Johnson doesn’t want to pay what he feels he’s worth.
- No Huddle – Are Jets Prepared For March Madness?
TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle and wonders if the New York Jets are ready for the madness that is going to start up in a few weeks