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Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links April 18, 2013

Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links April 18, 2013
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  • Mayock: Don’t trade Revis
    For NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock, the Jets’ decision on Darrelle Revis is simple: Don’t do it.

    “I’m not trading him. End of story,” Mayock said Thursday on a media conference call. “I’m going to find a way to make it work. I think sometimes we get too carried away with all these draft picks and I’m sitting there saying, ‘Man, corner is a position of need. They’re hard to find.’ This is the best corner in football, and he’s going to be one of the best of all-time, and he’s 27 years old.

  • NFL Draft 2013 – Your New York Jets Boo Guide
    Your guide on what to boo and not boo during the New York Jets Draft
  • NFLN: Draft War Room – Jets
    Find out what the New York Jets will do with their first round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft.
  • Here comes the schedule
    The regular-season schedule will be announced at 8 p.m. Thursday on ESPN2.

    Here’s a quick reminder of the Jets’ non-divisional opponents in 2013:

    HOME: Browns, Steelers, Raiders, Saints, Bucs.

    AWAY: Ravens, Bengals, Titans, Falcons, Panthers.

    In terms of strength-of-schedule, the Jets are tied for 19th in difficulty; their opponents’ aggregate winning percentage is .496. The Dolphins (.520) and Patriots (.508) have tougher schedules than the Jets, with the Bills (.

  • Jets draft preview: Tight end
    This is the fourth installment in a position-by-position analysis of the Jets as they prepare for the draft:

    Position: Tight end

    Depth chart: Jeff Cumberland, Konrad Reuland, Hayden Smith.

    Departures: Dustin Keller (Dolphins).

    Total salary-cap charge (positional rank): $2.28 million (9th).

    Scouting report: The Jets parted ways with their only proven tight end, letting Keller bolt for a one-year, $4.25 million contract. What’s left? A lot of questions.

  • Tebow tutor on Sanchez: ‘Fragile-minded’
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Forget about the quarterback competition. Maybe there should be a quarterback-instructor competition?

    One week after Mark Sanchez’s recently-hired coach, former NFL QB Jeff Garcia, unloaded on Tim Tebow, Tebow’s instructor responded Wednesday by taking shots at Sanchez and the Jets.

    Hoo, boy.

    Steve Clarkson, a private coach who has worked with many NFL quarterbacks, conducted a conference call with reporters. He presented a conspiracy theory, saying the Broncos traded Tebow to the Jets — not his hometown Jaguars — because they knew he’d fail in New York.

  • New York Jets – Critical Decisions Approaching For New Regime
    The next two weeks will be filled with critical decisions for New York Jets GM John Idzik
  • Idzik non-committal on Tebow — again
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — John Idzik did another Tim Tebow dance on Wednesday, sidestepping questions on the future of the Jets backup quarterback.

    The GM said he’s “happy to have Tim here,” but declined to say whether Tebow will be included in the quarterback competition with Mark Sanchez, David Garrard, Greg McElroy and anybody else who comes along.

    “I don’t want to put the cart before the horse,” Idzik said at the team’s pre-draft news conference, adding, “I’m not saying he is, I’m not saying he isn’t.

  • Jets Pre-Draft (Plus Revis and Tebow) Presser
    Florham Park, NJ- For most fans the NFL draft process consists of watching the draft, booing your teams’ picks and obsessively reading all the premature post-draft grades. But for GMs, scouts and player personnel it’s a much longer and more complex process.
    New GM John Idzik, senior personnel executive Terry Bradway and director of college scouting [...]

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