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  1. If I'm the Jets, I'd make an attempt at Brian Westbrook. IMO, he'd be worth the scratch, and it would only cost us the #26. He could have been the offensive MVP last year.

    Other names that jump out at me: Akin Ayodele, Jacksonville (Extremely hard hitter) and Pete Hunter from Dallas (Huge DB).

    I agree TS, What about getting Westbrook, and Carlos Hall and trading Abe to recoup the first rounder?

  2. Listed with compensation required (ROFR indicates no compensation).


    Harris, Quentin DB Syracuse ROFR

    Kolodziej, Ross DT Wisconsin 7th

    McCown, Josh QB Sam Houston State 1st


    Shaffer, Kevin T Tulsa 1st


    Demps, Will DB San Diego State 1st

    Dinkins, Darnell TE Pittsburgh ROFR

    Hymes, Randy WR Grambling ROFR

    Jones, Terry TE Alabama 5th

    Kemoeatu, Ma'ake NT Utah 1st

    Scott, Bart LB Southern Illinois ROFR

    Taylor, Chester RB Toledo 6th

    Williams, Chad DB Southern Mississippi 6th

    Zastudil, Dave P Ohio 4th


    Thomas, Kevin DB Nevada-Las Vegas 6th


    Rasmussen, Kemp DE Indiana ROFR

    Robertson, Jamal RB Ohio Northern ROFR

    Wesley, Dante DB Arkansas-Pine Bluff 4th

    Witherspoon, Will LB Georgia 1st


    Edwards, Steve G Central Florida ROFR

    Gilmore, John TE Penn State 6th

    Gray, Bobby DB Louisiana Tech 5th

    Metcalf, Terrence G Mississippi 3rd

    Owens, John TE Notre Dame 5th


    Bauman, Rashad DB Oregon 3rd

    Myles, Reggie DB Alabama ROFR

    Watson, Kenny RB Penn State ROFR

    Wilkins, Marcus LB Texas ROFR


    Davis, Andra LB Florida 1st

    Fowler, Melvin C Maryland 3rd

    Heinrich, Keith TE Sam Houston State 6th

    Taylor, Ben LB Virginia Tech 4th


    Barnes, Darian RB Hampton ROFR

    Cundiff, Billy K Drake ROFR

    Hunter, Pete DB Virginia Union 5th

    Vollers, Kurt T Notre Dame ROFR

    Walter, Tyson C Ohio State 6th


    Brandon, Sam DB Nevada-Las Vegas 4th

    Davis, Dorsett DT Mississippi State 3rd

    Herndon, Kelly DB Toledo ROFR

    Palepoi, Anton DE Nevada-Las Vegas 2nd

    Pope, Monsanto DT Virginia 7th

    Putzier, Jeb TE Boise State 6th

    Walls, Lenny DB Boston College 1st


    Cash, Chris DB Southern California 6th

    Drummond, Eddie WR Penn State 1st

    Fox, Vernon DB Fresno State ROFR

    Goodman, Andre' DB South Carolina 3rd

    Rogers, Victor T Colorado 7th

    Green Bay

    Barry, Kevin T Arizona ROFR

    Davenport, Najeh RB Miami 4th

    Kampman, Aaron DE Iowa 5th

    Lenon, Paris LB Richmond ROFR

    Nall, Craig QB Northwestern State, La. 5th

    O'Sullivan, J.T. QB Cal-Davis 6th


    Baxter, Jarrod RB New Mexico 5th

    Brown, Milford G Florida State 6th

    Evans, Troy LB Cincinnati ROFR

    Wells, Jonathan RB Ohio State 4th


    Brock, Raheem DE Temple 1st

    Jefferson, Joseph DB Western Kentucky 3rd

    Mungro, James RB Syracuse ROFR

    Peko, Tupe G Michigan State 7th

    Rogers, Nick LB Georgia Tech 6th

    Thornton, David LB North Carolina 1st


    Ayodele, Akin LB Purdue 3rd

    Cooper, Deke DB Notre Dame 1st

    Kansas City

    Boerigter, Marc WR Hastings ROFR

    Fujita, Scott LB California 5th

    Harts, Shaunard DB Boise State 7th


    McKinney, Seth C Texas A&M 3rd

    Romero, Dario DT Eastern Washington ROFR


    Campbell, Kelly WR Georgia Tech ROFR

    Hill, Shaun QB Maryland ROFR

    Offord, Willie DB South Carolina 3rd

    Russell, Brian DB San Diego State ROFR

    Williams, Brian DB North Carolina State 1st

    New England

    Ashworth, Tom T Colorado 1st

    Givens, David WR Notre Dame 1st

    Green, Jarvis DE Louisiana State 1st

    Neal, Steve G Cal St.-Bakersfield 1st

    New Orleans

    Knight, Roger LB Wisconsin 6th

    Mitchell, Mel DB Western Kentucky 5th

    New York Giants

    Brewer, Jack DB Minnesota ROFR

    Greisen, Nick LB Wisconsin 5th

    New York Jets

    Baker, Chris TE Michigan State 3rd

    Carter, Jonathan WR Troy State 5th

    Goodwin, Jonathan C Michigan 5th


    Anderson, Marques DB UCLA 3rd

    Johnson, Tim LB Youngstown State ROFR


    Westbrook, Brian RB Villanova 1st


    Haynes, Verron RB Georgia 5th

    Hope, Chris DB Florida State 3rd

    Keisel, Brett DE Brigham Young 7th

    Mays, Lee WR Texas-El Paso 6th

    Reed, Jeff K North Carolina 1st

    St. Louis

    Goodspeed, Joey RB Notre Dame ROFR

    Looker, Dane WR Washington ROFR

    Massey, Chris RB Marshall 7th

    San Diego

    Chatman, Jesse RB Eastern Washington 1st

    Peelle, Justin TE Oregon 1st

    Scott, DeQuincy DE Southern Mississippi ROFR

    San Francisco

    Heitmann, Eric G Stanford 7th

    Kosier, Kyle G Arizona State 7th

    Moore, Brandon LB Oklahoma ROFR

    Rasheed, Saleem LB Alabama 3rd


    Bernard, Rocky DT Texas A&M 5th

    Bierria, Terreal DB Georgia 4th

    Hannam, Ryan TE Northern Iowa 5th

    Manuel, Marquand DB Florida 6th

    Richard, Kris DB Southern California 3rd

    Tampa Bay

    Nece, Ryan LB UCLA ROFR


    Calmus, Rocky LB Oklahoma 3rd

    Hall, Carlos DE Arkansas 7th

    Hartwig, Justin C Kansas 1st

    Kassell, Brad LB North Texas ROFR

    Thompson, Lamont DB Washington State 2nd


    Cartwright, Rock RB Kansas State 7th

    Evans, Demetric DE Georgia ROFR

    Hasselbeck, Tim QB Boston College ROFR

    Lott, Andre DB Tennessee 5th

  3. The "other" site is claimimg it might be a sign and trade because the raiders do not have the money to sign Lamont.

    I know you are just relaying this. But that is such a rediculous idea I'm shocked that the thread hasn't been locked. How are the Jets going to absorb a 10 million dollar cap hit to trade Jordan? He is a UFA and his contract will be relatively cheap over the first year or two.

  4. The word out of the "burgh is that he wants to go to a weather climate. But the Jets do intrigue him.

    I would love Plaxico coming here so long as the Jets plan on trading S Moss. Having both of them here makes no sense imo. They would both be serving the same purpose as a deep threat that is inconsistent over the middle. The difference is Plaxico can go up and get a ball thrown deep.

  5. It's a Great fit, rs ... upgrades two positions with one move

    Fabini is an adequate LT but was a very good RT ... better RT than K-Mac, IMO

    And Jennings is a bona fide LT ... much better LT than Fabini

    So this upgrades two positions ... LT and RT ... in one fell swoop

    Fair enough, like I said earlier I don't object to is so long as the Jets aren't blowing thier free agent wad on Jennings and Jennings alone.

  6. This is from PFT.


    On a day when Bucs cornerback Dwight Smith helped us to craft Rule No. 1 of free agency (i.e., don't get arrested on weapons charges within 24 hours of the opening bell), we've heard about an interesting interview that occurred at the Scouting Combine.

    Asked why he had decided to come out of school a year early, a player who won't be named told a team we won't disclose that he gave up his remaining eligibility because needed to earn money so that he could support his family.

    All together now: Ahhhhhhh.

    In response, one of the team employees asked, "So why did you spend $80,000 of your $100,000 line of credit on a brand new Hummer?"


    Here's the lesson, kids. Don't try to bullsh-t guys who have waded through far more of it than you could ever throw. They've heard it all before, they've seen it all before, and though it might come as a shock you're really not smarter than any of them.

  7. It sounds great, but this year's free agent class is less than stellar and I'm not high on Heath Miller either.

    I see the Jets taking a chance on an athlete at some point in the draft. Perhaps Vincent Jackson or Chevy Troutman? I think it's better to take a low-cost risk at getting the next Antonio Gates than it is to flush money down the drain on a mediocre tight end. I trust Baker to hold down the fort while the kid develops.

    I agree 100% Baker will be fine until someone developes behind him. IMO, this is a smokescreen.

  8. Teams have to be under the salary cap by tonight, as far as I know. Here's the cuts so far

    Packers: Mike Wahle

    Cowboys: Dexter Coakley

    Raiders: Ray Buchanon, Frank Middleton

    Buccaneers: Brad Johnson, Ian Gold, Mario Edwards, Joe Jureviscious

    Dolphins: David Boston (not officiall yet as far as I know. But will be if they do not reach an agreement on a restructuring of his contract.)

    Mike Wahle would be a nice addition to the Jets.

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