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  1. I guess what really sucks is that even if the Jets took a QB this or next year you are looking at 2020 or 2021 before they are any good. Rebuilds don't happen overnight. This is going to be a long and painful process. We are going to find out who the true fans are.
  2. Is there a QB Marshall doesn't love ?
  3. Scouts ‘shocked’ to see ‘sloppy’ and out of shape Muhammad Wilkerson at Temple’s Pro Day Tweet email Muhammad Wilkerson's bloated contract makes him an untradeable player at this stage in his career. (AL PEREIRA/NEW YORK JETS FOR GETTY IMAGES) MANISH MEHTA NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Thursday, March 16, 2017, 9:36 AM The Jets might have a weighty issue on their hands that they frankly don’t need. The Daily News has learned that defensive lineman Muhammad Wilkerson isn’t exactly in the best shape of his life at the moment. Several scouts at Temple Pro Day in Philadelphia last week were aghast upon seeing a bloated Wilkerson, who appears to have let himself go after the worst season of his career. Wilkerson, who starred at Temple before the Jets took him in the first round in 2011, looked like he had been plucked from the nearest buffet, according to people in attendance. One scout texted me a picture of a Goodyear blimp with an accompanying: “Sloppy.” Bowles not happy with Mo Wilkerson’s jabs at Jets’ training staff “He looked like a pedestrian with a huge gut,” another scout said. “I was shocked.” Wilkerson’s lack of discipline and commitment came into focus during a forgettable season that included poor production, a benching and a world of embarrassment after he cashed in with a new blockbuster five-year, $86 million contract that included $36.75 million guaranteed at signing. Several scouts were shocked to see Muhammad Wilkerson looking so clearly out of shape at Temple's pro day. (BILL WIPPERT/AP) Less than a year after Wilkerson posted rehab videos on the treadmill with the hope of landing a big payday with the Jets or anyone else, he evidently hasn’t attacked this offseason with the same fervor. Wilkerson’s official weight last season was 315 pounds. It’s unknown how much he’s tipping the scales at now. Wilkerson declined comment through a team spokesman to discuss his weight, conditioning or workout regimen, an ominous sign to say the least. Sheldon Richardson, Muhammad Wilkerson address benching More than 40 NFL talent evaluators were on hand for Temple’s Pro Day. Wilkerson didn’t make a favorable impression on any of the people that I touched base with over the past week. One eyewitness simply said Wilkerson was “looking absolutely terrible.” When I pointed out that the defensive lineman has never been mistaken for Jack LaLanne, the person texted: “LOL He’s always looked terribly out of shape?” The news should be disconcerting for Jets brass. Teams technically can’t communicate with players during this quiet period on the NFL calendar. The Jets offseason program at the team facility doesn’t begin until mid-April. Muhammad Wilkerson blamed his 2016 season, the worst of his career, on the Jets' training staff, saying they couldn't put together a strategy to manage his leg injury. (NEW YORK DAILY NEWS) It’s a frightening notion for the organization to wonder how Wilkerson, who played last season with an ailing surgically repaired ankle, is actually taking care of his body right now. Ex-Jets star Darrelle Revis sees assault charges dropped The Jets effectively chose Wilkerson to be a part of their future rather than Sheldon Richardson, who is on the trade block. Richardson’s past off-field transgressions have been discussed ad nauseam, but Wilkerson hasn’t exactly been a model pro, either. Todd Bowles benched Wilkerson for the first quarter of a game for the second consecutive season for repeated tardiness to meetings/practice. The final straw: Wilkerson skipped a team walkthrough in October after a night of revelry to celebrate his birthday. The team had a birthday cake waiting for him after that practice. The NFL Network reported last season that Bowles actually met with Wilkerson about his unacceptable behavior before the team inked him to a long-term deal. Wilkerson reportedly “vowed to behave” before breaking team rules again. Wilkerson further embarrassed the organization by announcing during the final week of the regular season that the Jets training staff didn’t have a plan to properly manage his leg/ankle injury at the outset of the season. Skrine reacts to Mo calling out Jets secondary: 'It's the truth' 74 PHOTOSVIEW GALLERY New York Daily News back pages of 2017 Wilkerson, who had his fewest sacks (4 ½) since his rookie year, was a nonfactor for the better part of four months. After saying very little about the impact of his off-season leg surgery and accompanying tendon issue near his ankle, Wilkerson’s decision to throw the trainers under the bus wasn’t exactly received well by the team brain trust. Now, the organization should be concerned about whether they bet on the right defensive lineman. Wilkerson’s contract makes him nearly impossible to trade this year. He’s taking up a team-high $18 million of salary cap space (with a fully guaranteed $14.75 million base salary). The Jets could part ways after the 2017 season (his $16.75 million base salary in 2018 becomes fully guaranteed on the third day of the new league year), but the hope from the powers that be is that he’ll get on the straight and narrow path. That path, of course, requires discipline. Players that don’t take care of themselves in the offseason typically don’t magically round into shape. Darrelle Revis was puffed up last summer — he was 20 pounds overweight (217) — and never recovered. Jets' Austin Seferian-Jenkins suspended 2 games after DUI arrest It’s time for Wilkerson be fully committed and earn his money this season. Maybe even hop on a treadmill and post a video.
  4. They gave the Colts their only win of the year that year.
  5. How bout Tony Stargell ? That generations version of Dee Milliner
  6. I will be really disappointed if the Jets don't draft Watson at 6 if he is there. I really like his leadership skills and his maturity level. It might take some time to develop him into a pro passer but if the Jets and this fanbase can handle the growing pains he will be a star in this league.
  7. Just wait...a boatload of picks will be coming their way when they trade Garopolo to the Browns
  8. Watch New England trade Garapolo to the Browns for the number 1 pick and either Cleveland's second round or Houston's second rounder. Brock then gets dealt to the Jets for an 8th round pick
  9. Mo got paid and Sheldon found fast cars and weed
  10. Good for him. Seemed like at time he was the only one who gave a crap about this team.
  11. Woody will never sell the team. Knowing the Jets Bowles and Maccagnan will get extensions while the rebuilding takes place.
  12. This is looking like the 94 offseason when, Hasty, Brian Washington, Lott, Lageman, Dwayne White, Rob Moore, Criswell, Johnnie Johnson all left. Decker is next on the chopping block, probably followed by Forte. Petty and Hackenberg have to be asking themselves " you want me to show you what I got with THIS ? Yeah right 2017 has 3-13 written all over it