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Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links April 22, 2013

Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links April 22, 2013
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  • JetsInsider’s 2013 NFL Draft Rankings: Tight Ends
    Yes Darrelle Revis has been traded to Tampa Bay, but let’s be honest we all knew this was coming and there will be plenty of time to examine the negatives and positives of this trade (like after the draft, after the season, after next year’s draft pick and after his career). With this year’s draft [...]
  • No Huddle – Bye Bye Revis Edition
    TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on the New York Jets moving forward without Darrelle Revis
  • Day-after react to Revis trade
    New Bucs CB Darrelle Revis (that felt weird typing) will hold an introductory news conference at noon in Tampa. A few thoughts and musings beforehand:

    1. Revis’ season-ending knee injury last September was deemed devastating for the team — and it was — but, in a weird way, it may have been a blessing in disguise — at least from the Jets’ perspective. Could you imagine the fallout if the Jets had traded a healthy Revis? I’m convinced they would’ve done it because there was no way Woody Johnson was paying $16 million per year for a cornerback.

  • Jets Conference Call: 4/22/13
    Chairman Woody Johnson, GM John Idzik and HC Rex Ryan Discuss the Darrelle Revis Trade to Tampa
  • New York Jets – Looking Ahead to the 2013 Cornerbacks
    Mike Donnelly breaks down what is left of the New York Jets cornerbacks post Darrelle Revis trade
  • Draft preview: Defensive line
    This is the seventh installment in a position-by-position analysis of the Jets as they prepare for the draft:

    Position: Defensive line

    Depth chart: Ends — Muhammad Wilkerson, Quinton Coples, Claude Davis, Jacquies Smith; Tackles — Kenrick Ellis, Antonio Garay, Damon Harrison, Junior Aumavae, Tevita Finau.

    Departures: Mike DeVito (Chiefs), Sione Po’uha (released).

    Total salary-cap charge (positional rank): $7.3 million (6th)

    Scouting report: No position has undergone more change since Rex Ryan arrived than the defensive line.

  • Woody Johnson Is Optimistic
    Many Jets fans are feeling anxious with season ticket invoices to pay and the recent trade of Darrelle Revis.  Woody Johnson is extremely optimistic, so that should make you feel better.  Woody talked to the media today and gave his thoughts on the 2013 Jets and Rex Ryan. On prospects of winning with the current [...]
  • John Idzik On Revis
    John Idzik gave his thoughts to the media after his first huge roster decision, the trade of Darrelle Revis. On whether the team is sacrificing the short-term for the long-term… Idzik: No, I wouldn’t characterize it as sacrifice.  I think any time you contemplate a trade, we’re always going to have both the short and [...]
  • Rex Ryan On The Revis Trade
    Rex Ryan spoke about the Darrelle Revis trade today. On how the trade can benefit the team in the short and long-term… Rex Ryan: Well, again, I think there’s a lot of ifs on a lot of fronts there.  Why don’t we get through the draft and then we’ll see how everything starts going into [...]
  • Rex: Jets will continue to play great defense

    Losing Darrelle Revis hasn’t made Rex Ryan any less confident in his defense.

    Just hours after trading the All-Pro cornerback to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the New York Jets coach once again vowed the Jets will be stout defensively in 2013.

    “We will play great defense to the New York Jets’ standard. That is how I’ve approached it from the day I took this job, I knew it would happen and I’m telling you it will happen again, we will play great defense and continue to play great defense,” Ryan said on a conference call Sunday night.

  • The possibilities: Jets own 9th, 13th picks

    By acquiring the Bucs’ first-round draft pick for Darrelle Revis, the Jets own the ninth and 13th picks in Thursday night’s draft. No team has had two picks in the top 13 since 2000. What will the Jets do with the choices? Here are players on their radar:

    Barkevious Mingo, OLB, LSU: They desperately need a pass rusher. There’s a chance he could last until 13.

    Jonathan Cooper, G, North Carolina: Another big need for the Jets, but they’d probably have to grab him at nine.

  • Darrelle Revis Traded To Bucs
    After months of speculation, the Darrelle Revis to Tampa Bay trade is official.  Earlier today Revis received a physical from the Bucs.  The NY Jets announced the move via their Twitter account. Jets have traded CB Darrelle Revis to Tampa Bay, will receive two draft choices from Buccaneers: … — New York Jets (@nyjets) April [...]
  • New York Jets Trade Darrelle Revis
    The New York Jets have traded Darrelle Revis
  • Revis’ great and stormy time in New York
    A look back at Darrelle Revis’ six seasons with the Jets:

    April 28, 2007 — The Jets made a bold move for Revis, trading up 11 spots in the first round to select him 14th overall. It was pricey; the Jets gave their first-round pick (25th), along with second- and fifth-round picks to the Panthers.

    July 26, 2007 — Revis is unsigned and doesn’t report to the first day of training camp. The disagreement centers on the length of the contract. The Jets want a six-year contract, standard for players selected in that slot; Revis demands a five-year deal.

  • Reaction: Revis, Jets are splitsville
    Quick thoughts on the The Trade, Darrelle Revis to the Bucs:

    1. BOMBSHELL: Wow. Make that, double wow. It had been speculated for a couple of months, but it’s still jarring when a player of Revis’ stature — still in the prime of his career — gets traded. This sort of thing doesn’t happen a lot in the NFL. It’s sad, really. He’s one of the best players in franchise history, a once-in-a-decade talent, and yet he won’t finish his career with the team that drafted and developed him.

  • NFLN: Billick Grades the Revis Trade
    Which team got the better end of the Darrelle Revis trade, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers or the New York Jets? Brian Billick analyzes on “NFL Total Access.”

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