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  1. Speaking Wednesday, Matt Nagy informed reporters that LT Teven Jenkins will have back surgery. The Bears hope "to have him back this season," but losing Jenkins, who was the presumed starter, is a big loss for Chicago. The Bears traded up in the second round of this year's draft to select Jenkins, who profiled as an immediate starter. His back surgery now scrambles the offensive line plan on what was already viewed as a sub-par unit. Chicago will now likely turn to Elijah Wilkinson and fifth-round rookie Larry Borom. It's possible however, that their starting left tackle is not cu
  2. i'm not celebrating any player being hurt. but both of these players had pre-draft injuries which continue to linger (and/or they haven't recovery from needed surgery). imagine the reaction if the jets took one of these guys in the 1st round and they had yet to practice, one already needing core surgery, the other with a lingering back issue which has prevented him from practicing.
  3. Going back to the draft, a number of the cyber-expert GMs on the board questioned the Jets trading up to get AVT instead of staying in place and grabbing someone like Christian Darrisaw or Teven Jenkins. What didn't seem to be widely discussed at the time (and honestly not sure if publicly known) is that Darrisaw and Jenkins both had existing injuries that limited them last year and continue to impede them thus far through camp. Darrisaw had off-season core surgery and Jenkins has lingering back issues, and neither has practiced yet. I know AVT also has an injury, but that seems to be o
  4. i guess the apocalypse has been canceled. although with this fanbase, more likely just postponed until the next faux crisis
  5. always fun to read fans over-react about the business dealings of others, as if they wouldn't try and get the best deal for themselves if the situation were reversed. in the end, zach will sign, and unless he stages some really loooooong holdout, it won't matter one iota on whether he turns into a FQB or not. but for these precious days during the summer, when nothing else is happening, it's always fun to get the pitchforks out and go after zach or JD or the johnsons, or some combo thereof. a professional athlete in a contract negotiation with a team - OMG, it's the end of the wor
  6. sounds pretty close to tevin coleman. he was 2nd in the ncaa in rushing his senior year and averaged 7.5 ypc
  7. but nassib's day-to-day life is as an nfl player, not a fan posting on a message board. and in the nfl, he is the only active player to come out as gay. so his day-to-day and your day-to-day are not exactly the same. you are right that it would be better to live in a world where something like this is a non-story. however, we don't live in this world, certainly not as it relates to being a professional football player.
  8. sure but those saying moore's drafting meant he was being cut didn't factor in the very real possibility he could be brought back at a reduced salary
  9. glad to hear they are bringing him back. after last year's motley crew of a receiving corps, it is nice to have some legit depth. so much for all those so-called experts who declared on draft day that the moore pick signaled the imminent trade or more likely release of crowder
  10. so what would you give up? reports are at least one team has offered a future 1st. could be a real offer, could be smoke put out there by the falcons. so i ask, what do you consider as the right price?
  11. nepotism hire? saleh worked with lafleur for 4-years in SF. not exactly shocking that a new HC picks someone he is familiar with to be one of his top assistants.
  12. they sent the scans to dr. andrews, not davis himself. but i do tend to agree that this line raises some eyebrows
  13. you giving up a 1st rounder (at least) for a 32 year old WR making $15MM this year and coming off an injured-plagued season? the jets have invested a lot in mims, davis and moore and they also have crowder and cole. is it really worth the level of resources (draft picks and salary) to bring in a guy who likely is at the end of his career? if the jets were a team expected to compete for the playoffs and a title this year then maybe it's worth it. but realistically this isn't the team's profile this year.
  14. so the solution to a WR getting banged up in OTAs is to trade at least a 1st rounder for a 32 year old WR who missed 7 games last year because of lingering injuries???
  15. hard to answer since i'm guessing no one here has ever been a professional QB so perhaps we aren't able to explain what having a veteran presence means to a rookie (or to 3 guys who have never taken a snap in the nfl). yes, i know we have coaches, etc... but having someone who can show the young guys what to do on and off the field, how to study, how to practice, how to prepare for a season, how to prepare for an individual game, how to dust yourself off after a tough outing, how to deal with the media, and so on may have some value. i'm not definitively saying it does. my belief i
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