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RSJ

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  1. There are still plenty of good corners out there. I'm not worried yet.
  2. His plan is to not over react and to get good bang for his buck just like last year.
  3. As ussual I'm two steps ahead of you Seymour. :wink:
  4. http://www.nfl.com/draft/analysis/individual_workouts#miami
  5. No, I have graduated. Perhaps I will go back for my Masters. But I currently have a BA. I used to work with someone who had attained their masters from Harvard and I wouldn't give this person a reference to pump gas at the local citgo. She was fired after like 2 weeks and was a job hopper in the truest sense of the word. All joking aside it is not the institution it is what you do when you finish. And again taking assets and making them work harder for you is different than building something from scratch. I agree quitting school is not the answer. My point is to call Kraft a genius is overstating it a whole bunch. Rather he is a smart person.
  6. You do realize that the most successful people to ever go to Harvard never graduated? IDK how much you know about business but to take nothing and make a billion is totally different than taking something and making it more efficient. It is like night and day. There are a million stories of guys taking over businesses and growing revenue or bottom line and there are just a handfull of stories of guys haveing nothing and building an empire.
  7. I think I would rather have Brooks "I just can't handle that tricky snap" Bollinger as the back up.
  8. True, but you know what I'm saying. Let's not confuse these two with Bill Gates.
  9. Well, although I disagree since the reality is that Kraft, like Woody was born with a silver spoon in his mouth. I agree he is a good business man and realizes that giving a system QB a gigantic bonus is foolish.
  10. He is sort of an unknown right now and will remain so until his pro day.
  11. Unless there is a mystery player that has jumped up out at them that we don't know about. Alas D Rob from 2 years ago for the Jets.
  12. I agree and that is the real mystery here. What would they want?
  13. Well the real question is what do they want at the top of the draft. Consensus says that the top 2 picks are QB's. Hmmmmmmm.......... 30 million guarenteed for Brady or 15 for Alex Smith and Rohan Davey starting for a year?
  14. Maybe it's Brady? Could his contract demands be too high? Just speculating also.....
  15. There was internet rumors last night that Plax would sign with the Jets today. The source was said to be channel 12 news on long island. This was posted on a giants site. Unfortunatly, I do not live on long island so I didn't see it. But apparently it was on the 11 o'clock news.
  16. I would say pass and draft one. But if I had to choose from that list I would say Blaylock.
  17. Oh well plenty of good backs in the draft. Nice knowing you Lamont.
  18. Well his best year he caught 47 balls which was in 2001. I would say 3/10 with a 3 million dollar boanus would be fair. jmho
  19. As long as the price is right Pollard would be a nice addition.
  20. http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/3435522 Jets to talk with agent for Coles Thursday Story Tools: Print Email XML Jay Glazer / FOXSports.com Posted: 11 minutes ago The Laveranues Coles-for-Santana Moss trade has been jump-started... again. FOXSports.com has learned that the Jets have continued to keep a dialogue open with Coles and the team is scheduled to talk to Coles' agent Thursday morning regarding terms that could make the trade work. If the Jets and Coles side can come to terms on a new contract that both sides view as mutually beneficial the Jets will make the deal. Redskins sources also said they were keeping hope alive that a deal would get done in the end. "Yesterday there was a five-percent chance of this getting done," said one source close to the situation. "Now I really think it's 50-50. We'll see how talks go (Thursday)." Both Coles and now Moss are desperate to get this deal done. Otherwise, the Redskins will retain a player who clearly does not want to be on their team. The Jets will have a player who, like Coles, has become disappointed with his status on a club. It's expected that like Coles, Moss would also covet a new deal. Moss and Coles have actually talked about their swapping of locales. Coles has not only apprised the Redskins of his feelings, he was even at the Pro Bowl as a guest of Jets star DE John Abraham and has a great working relationship with QB Chad Pennington. Several people inside the league said yesterday they caught wind that talks had started again as Coles may be softening on his stance. The Jets are encouraged enough to give it one last try.
  21. Wow, nice find! 6-3 320 and had 4 sacks last year in limited playing time. Go get him Bradway.
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