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Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links March 7, 2013

Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links March 7, 2013
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  • Jets Talk LIVE: Ben Kotwica
    ST Coordinator Served a 6-Year Apprenticeship Under Mike Westhoff
  • Jets Talk LIVE: Dennis Thurman
    DT Will Demand Accountability from his Unit
  • Jets Talk LIVE: Marty Mornhinweg
    New Offensive Coordinator Breaks Down his West Coast Attack
  • Could Jets Standing Up To Revis Lead To Long Term Deal
    You can’t look at a newspaper or go on the internet without seeing some report about the New York Jets, led by owner Woody Johnson, “determined” to trade star cornerback Darrelle Revis. Revis himself has done interviews talking about trade rumors “hitting home” and how the Jets didn’t even contact “their best player” about potentially [...]
  • New York Jets: Four Round Mock Draft
    Staff Writer Frank Giasone highlights some potential 2013 NFL Draft scenarios for the New York Jets in rounds 1-4.
  • Potential free-agent targets
    The Jets don’t have much cap room, so you won’t see any household names on this list. They’ll be bargain-shopping. Here’s a look at players who might be on their wish list, with positional grades (scale of 100) and rankings by Scouts, Inc.

    QB Brady Quinn, Chiefs: The Quinn-to-the-Jets speculation started a week ago. He has never come close to living up to expectations, but he has a relationship with new QBs coach David Lee. He’d come cheaply. Grade: 53.

  • Free agency: Who’s staying, who’s going
    Everything you need to know about free agency, analyzing the Jets’ unrestricted and restricted free agents, with positional grades (scale of a 100) and rankings by Scouts, Inc.:

    MOST LIKELY TO STAY PUT

    DE Mike DeVito: He’s a blue-collar lineman with scheme versatility, so he should draw considerable interest from other teams. The Jets want to re-sign DeVito, but with Quinton Coples poised for a larger role, it might be a financial squeeze to bring him back as the fourth linemen — unless they’re planning to play more 4-3 fronts.

  • New York Jets Should Cut Tim Tebow, And Cut Him Now
    The New York Jets should cut Tim Tebow as soon as possible
  • Tim’s next stop: 49ers? Anyone? Bueller?
    The new league year begins in five days … and it’s all quiet on the Tim Tebow front. Strange.

    GM John Idzik create a mild stir Monday when, on a call with season-ticket holders, he gave a convoluted answer on Tebow’s future with the Jets, and it came out sounding like there’s a chance Tebow could go to training camp with the team.

    That won’t happen. The Jets are actively shopping Tebow, according to league sources. Failing a trade, they will release him.

  • Revisiting the Hunter-Smith trade
    Everyone is focused on a possible Darrelle Revis trade, but let’s go back to another trade that captivated Jets Nation for a few days last summer — the blockbuster Wayne Hunter-for-Jason Smith swap. (Please note the sarcasm.)

    Ah, yes, who could forget that trade, when the Jets and Rams exchanged right-tackle headaches? It actually created a lot of buzz because Jets fans, apoplectic over the prospect of another season with Hunter at right tackle, cheered when the Rams took him off their hands.

  • Daniel Jeremiah: “Help on the Way” for the Jets
    NFLN Draft Analyst High on WR Patterson, OLB Jordan & S Vaccaro

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