Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links February 28, 2013
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- Jets Talk LIVE: Terry Bradway – Part 1
Senior Personnel Executive Goes Inside the Combine
- Jets Talk LIVE: Terry Bradway – Part 2
Green & White Have Spoken to All the Top QB Prospects
- Revis Speculation; The Game is the Game
“The game is the game.”
If you’re a fan of the HBO classic TV show ‘The Wire,’ you’re quite familiar with this phrase and all that means, if you’re not familiar with the show don’t worry this will still make sense. This phrase was uttered multiple times throughout the course of the show, in many different [...]
- Source: 49ers cool on Revis … for now
There was feverish speculation Wednesday about a possible Darrelle Revis-to-the-49ers trade, but don’t count on that happening anytime soon, if at all. ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, citing a source, said Thursday the 49ers have no interest in Revis at this time.
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Int1That doesn’t mean they won’t be interested in April. This, after all, is the team that insisted it didn’t have any interest in Peyton Manning even though it worked him out.
- New York Jets – An Off-Season Of Overreactions And Bad Jokes
The New York Jets rumor mill is producing nothing but overreactions and bad jokes with no long term perspective in mind
- Jets QB Rumors: David Garrard & Brady Quinn
There are several reports saying that the New York Jets are interested in bringing in a veteran QB to compete with Mark Sanchez for the starting position. Chris Mortenson says the Jets could have 5 quarterbacks on the roster; none of them being named Tim Tebow. Jets plan to beef up the depth chart – [...]
- Darrelle Revis Trade Value Overrated
With Darrelle Revis trade rumor stories being written non-stop lately many have been speculating as to what the Jets could get in return for the All-Pro cornerback. Have seen examples such as: two first round picks, a first round along with a third round pick in 2013 plus a conditional 2014 pick or a second [...]
- Trying to balance the Jets’ books
‘Tis the season for number crunching.
The Jets, like many teams, have salary-cap concerns. They have roughly $6 million in cap space, which doesn’t allow them to be serious players in free agency — unless they create more room by cutting players and/or restructuring contracts.
Here’s a position-by-position breakdown of the cap totals, providing insight into how the Jets have invested in recent years — and where they need to trim some fat. (Note: Totals don’t include current free agents such as Dustin Keller, Mike DeVito, LaRon Landry, et al.
- Jets Aiming to Re-sign Safety LaRon Landry
While all of Jets nations waits on baited breath for new and relevant Darrelle Revis news to analyze, another major off-season task is being handled by the Jets front office: Trying to re-sign Pro Bowl safety LaRon Landry. According to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News, the Jets have had preliminary discussions with [...]
- Jets hot for Brady Quinn?
On ESPN’s “NFL32″ show, colleague Chris Mortensen mentioned the possibility of the Jets signing free-agent QB Brady Quinn. It makes some sense. Let’s connect the dots:
Quinn and new QBs coach David Lee have a strong relationship. Lee never formally coached Quinn, but he has tutored him in recent years. During the 2011 lockout, Quinn attended Peyton and Eli Manning’s quarterback camp and worked under Lee, the Ole Miss offensive coordinator at the time.
- New York Jets – 49ers Collecting Revis Bait?
Is it only a matter of time before Darrelle Revis is traded to the San Francisco 49ers by the New York Jets?
- Smith to KC, one less QB on market
The Jets never showed interest in former 49ers QB Alex Smith, who reportedly was traded to the Chiefs, but it impacts them because there’s one less quarterback on the market.
So who’s left? The pickings are slim. Smith was the most accomplished quarterback available, which isn’t saying much. He would’ve been an upgrade over Mark Sanchez, but enough to justify his $8.5 million salary? No way.
The Jets’ search continues. This isn’t a good time to be in the quarterback market, as there are no sure-fire answers in the draft and free agency.