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  1. 1. C.J. Mosley 2. Le'Veon Bell 3. Jamal Adams 4. Sam Darnold 5. Kelechi Osemele 6. Robby Anderson 7. Leonard Williams 8. Avery Williamson 9. Chris Herndon 10. Henry Anderson
  2. Weirdly this is under McShays wiki: McShay attended North Shore Christian School in Lynn, Massachusetts and then Swampscott High School in Swampscott, Massachusetts, where he played quarterback for the Big Blue,[2] befriended David Portnoy, and graduated in 1995.[3] https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Todd_McShay
  3. This is a tweet by an NBA reporter who doesn’t even get NBA rumors right. Douglas will be our GM by Friday.
  4. Never heard of a GM job coming down to money. There is a salary range for GMs and I cant see the Jets unwilling to pay in that range....especially if its under a million as this NBA reporter is suggesting...and i'm assuming thats over 3-4 years of the contract...
  5. He drinks it with half and half and the tears of Mike Maccagnan
  6. Sorry I can’t handle a GM named Kelly~~~
  7. Just curious .. are you a mod or just trying to act like one?
  8. Woody and Chris have nothing to do with the company anymore
  9. Off topic but I was a little buzzed first time I watched one of your videos and I was stoned/fascinated with the jet that flies into the helmet during the intro. I rewound it flying like 20x in a row lol.
  10. Any way we could get Bowles in here for the GM Rooney rule candidate just to see everyones head explode?
  11. • Mosley was a different case. Gase had him No. 1 on his veteran wish list from the start, I’m told, which explains the wild price the Jets paid to get him: $17 million per, which is nearly $5 million per more than Luke Kuechly made as the NFL’s highest paid off-ball linebacker in 2018. The coach saw him as the type of cultural tone-setter he wanted for his program. Even if no one was crazy about the price tag, the Jets knew they’d have to overpay to beat out Baltimore, which badly wanted to keep him. They wound up a full $3 million per past the Ravens in the process. https://www.si.com/nfl/2019/05/16/new-york-jets-mike-maccagnan-adam-gase-joe-douglas

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