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  1. not the OP, but I'd think 9-10 million dollar range. I'd be fine with signing Decker at 6-8 million, so we'll see what happens.
  2. I can. First, it's only day 1. Plenty of quality free agents still out there. Two, this is usually the day a lot of days goes crazy and overpays for a player that doesn't deserve the money. Third, this team is still has a lot of holes, so there's no need to go on a spending spree and panic to try and fill those holes. Bad teams do that. See the Redskins and Raiders. Good teams build through the draft and supplement their roster in free agency. The teams that usually "win free agency" don't go very far. Fourth, it's not surprising it was a very quiet first day given the history of Idzik. Dude is patient as hell, so he is not going to make any brash signings for the sake of signing someone. And the free agency class is mostly filled with second tier players to begin with. The top name was a safety for god sakes. There's still plenty of time for the Jets to make moves. But they have to be smart ones.
  3. Ebron or Amaro would be great picks in the 1st and I'd be happy with either one.
  4. Even he played for free I wouldn't want him back. He's a locker room cancer and basically Jeremy Shockey of the Jets.
  5. You must have wanted Brett Ratliff, Kellen Clemens, and Greg McElroy to play too.
  6. This is the same the guy who said the Devils were going to sign Damien Brunner. He ended up being right, but about 2 months too early.
  7. My mind is blown. @AdamSchefter 29s Filed to ESPN: Browns RB Trent Richardson to Indy for Colts' first-round pick.
  8. http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2013/05/02/dyer-i-hate-to-break-it-to-you-but-the-jets-are-no-longer-a-circus/
  9. The dude's been in the NFL for 5 days and the media is already killing him. Let the kid play a damn down and see how he deals with things then you can criticize him all you want. The New York media and the media in general have a problem speculating and trying to guess what kind of person a player is. It's so dumb and causes unneeded drama.
  10. Chrebet should definitely be in it for sure. No one has used #80 since he retired.
  11. Bump @RichCimini: RB Chris Ivory didn't receive $10M, as widely reported. It was 3 yr deal, $6M, including $2.25 signing bonus. #Jets https://twitter.com/richcimini/status/329323616518938624
  12. Can't go anywhere but up at this point.
  13. Probably one of the more intriguing guys we've signed. He can probably challenge for a starting safety spot if any of the guys we have right now don't step up.
  14. sure the format is annoying but the quality of the posts are pretty good.
  15. only one I could find. Plus Bleacher Report isn't that bad.
  16. Forgot to add a scouting report on Zach Rogers. - http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1599052-zach-rogers-scouting-report-nfl-outlook-for-tennessee-wr Strengths Rogers' biggest strength is his hands. He'll constantly make difficult receptions look easy, including balls thrown away from his frame. He has the willingness to cross the middle of the field and rarely drops passes after contact. Rogers also has a long frame and solid overall awareness. Weaknesses At only 172 pounds, Rogers desperately needs to add weight if he wants to produce in the NFL. The problem, however, is that Rogers' frame doesn't appear like it can add much weight. Rogers also lacks the athleticism and overall strength to play on the outside in the NFL. His blocking could be improved, as could his crispness when running routes. Tools Rogers wasn't invited to the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine, but he did participate at the Tennessee pro day. There he ran a 4.49 40-yard dash with a 32" vertical. Those numbers prove that Rogers lacks the athletic ability to be a legitimate threat in the NFL. Intangibles/Character He was never in the spotlight while at Tennessee, but seemed to thrive in the role the team had built for him. He contributed sparingly during his four years in college, but showed hard work and a desire to be a team player. Rogers should be a positive addition to an NFL locker room. System Rogers played the majority of his snaps as the slot receiver for Tennessee. He has very little experience being anything else in an offense. Release When given space, Rogers can have a solid release off the line of scrimmage. However, he lacks the size to not be re-routed when jammed by receivers. He has decent overall speed, but it isn't an explosive speed that will allow him to consistently win against cornerbacks in press coverage. Ball Skills Rogers displays the ability to make receptions far from his frame in all directions. He's got great awareness when working near the sidelines, too. Routes There is too much stiffness to Rogers when he's breaking in and out of his routes. He struggles to consistently run clean routes. When he struggles with his footwork, he loses his acceleration and simply becomes ineffective and easy to cover for opposing cornerbacks. Hands This is easily the most likable trait about Rogers' overall game. His hands are as consistent as they come in terms of prospects for this year's draft. Rogers has extremely consistent hands. He also has the ability to make difficult receptions look easy. He'll consistently make catches away from his frame and displays great concentration on crossing routes and near the sideline. Run After Catch While Rogers doesn't have elite playmaking skills, he has a sneakiness to his game in the open field that allows him to make plays. He's got good short-area quickness and footwork to occasionally pick up extra yards after the catch. Blocking Rogers simply isn't physical enough to be successful as a blocker. He rarely wins at the point of attack and will do so even less in the NFL. Future Role/Scheme Versatility The only way that Rogers is going to make an NFL roster is as a slot receiver. He doesn't have the size or physicality to consistently win on the outside in the NFL. As a slot receiver, however, Rogers looks like a draftable prospect due to his consistent hands and fearlessness when making receptions over the middle of the field.
  17. Chris Ivory. I wanna see if he can handle being a primary back
  18. At first i didnt like the pick, but the more and more I read about him, the more I really like him. So I'm going with Sheldon Richardson. They say the dude is explosive as hell and plays/moves like a linebacker from the defensive line. I'm pretty excited to see him play with Wilkerson and Coples.
  19. To be honest, I just try to ignore it. Granted, we brought it upon ourselves with all the big talk and bringing in the Tebow circus and sh*t. But now it's gone overboard. Just every single move is sh*t on by the media even though there's a new GM in place.
  20. yep i hear people say sometimes he looked better than Justin Hunter who was a 2nd round pick.
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