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  1. Sheldon Richardson return?

    Reunited and it feels so good
  2. Patrick Mahomes is going to be a star

    What would you call Hackenberg at this point?
  3. Maybe as I see it some want Cousins and some want a rookie draft pick QB at 6 but when the smoke clears everyone agrees..JUST GET A DECENT QB in here!
  4. Would like to see Josh Gordon in a NY Jets uniform
  5. Patrick Mahomes is going to be a star

    Andy Reid and the Chiefs obviously have all the faith in the world in Mahomes who by the way was drafted a year after Hackenberg so he's already ahead of our 2nd round pick who hasn't seen the field in 2 years possibly going on 3 Mahomes starting QB KC.....ENOUGH SAID.
  6. Clyde Gates and Jalen Saunders should do it!
  7. Getting Cousins appears to be the top priority for the Jets, but they can't land him in free agency, then they must have a fall-back option. And Mayfield is more than a fall-back option after posting

    Mike Garafolo ✔@MikeGarafolo Bucs are releasing DT Chris Baker, source says. Was due $4.875m in 2018, $3m of which would’ve been fully guaranteed the fifth day of the league year. 3:14 PM - Feb 20, 2018
  9. Kiper sees Jets selecting Baker Mayfield in latest mock draft 11:40AM Share: Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield drops back to pass against Ohio State during the first half of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017, in Columbus, Ohio. (AP Photo/Jay LaPrete) (Jay LaPrete/AP) In ESPN Insider Mel Kiper's eyes, "Broadway Baker" will find his way to the Jets in his latest mock draft. Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield, the reigning Heisman Trophy winner, has seen his draft stock significantly rise all season. After leading his Sooners team to the College Footbal Playoff with gutsy drives and precision passing all season long, Kiper thinks he is the starter -- and leader -- the Jets need under center. "This is another team I expect to be in on Kirk Cousins, and the Jets have to add a quarterback this offseason. Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenberg aren't long-term answers. So why Mayfield over Josh Rosen here? It's close. Mayfield is one of the best leaders in this class, and there are still questions about Rosen's ability to galvanize a team. Rosen has a higher ceiling, but Mayfield is ready to start in the NFL right now. I like Rosen as a pure passer, but there are also concerns about his injury history -- he missed half of the 2016 season after having shoulder surgery. Mayfield, the 2017 Heisman Trophy winner, put up huge numbers for the Sooners and measured 6-0 at the Senior Bowl. If the Jets get Cousins, cornerback is their top need." Getting Cousins appears to be the top priority for the Jets, but they can't land him in free agency, then they must have a fall-back option. And Mayfield is more than a fall-back option after posting 4,627 passing yards, a 70.5 completion percentage, and an insane 43/6 touchdown to interception ratio. He has had off-the-field issues, including a public intoxication arrest back in Feb. 2017. However, Mayfield said he has owned up to it, and wants teams to understand that incident isn't who he truly is. Mayfield has already met with the Jets at the Senior Bowl, and could see another interview at the NFL Combine. As Kiper mentions, if the Jets do land Cousins, cornerback is their main need. He previously had Alabama CB Minkah Fitzpatrick as the Jets' pick in his first mock draft. Bent, theJetsBlog.com Follow on Twitter Over the next week or so, we should see dramatic changes in the stock of some of the top draft prospects. Baker Mayfield perhaps has more to lose than the other top quarterbacks, so he needs a great week at the combine. If he gets that and others don't, Mayfield might establish himself as a lock to go in the top five, in which case the Jets won't even get a chance to draft him without trading up. However, if he rubs teams the wrong way in interviews or fails to stand out in drills, he might fall down the board. Mayfield's 2017 film and his consistency of production are superior to every other quarterback prospect in this year's draft, but the questions surrounding his size and personality will persist. He, therefore, needs to ensure that he doesn't put a foot wrong in Indianapolis - on and off the field. If he can manage that, then he could be a prime candidate to be selected by the Jets. That's if they haven't already addressed the position by signing a certain high-priced free agent, of course.
  10. ESPN's Rich Cimini reports the Jets are "willing to pay whatever it takes" to land Kirk Cousins. MMQB's Peter King "guesses" Cousins will end up in Denver, but the Jets are certainly going to make a strong run at him. Working against the Jets is Cousins' reported desire to play for a team "with a good defense" where "he can win," but New York can point to their surprising success last year as evidence they are headed in the right direction. The Jets are projected to have over $70 million in cap space and can easily create more. Related: Jets

    ESPN's Jordan Raanan believes Giants CB Eli Apple will be traded this offseason. Apple is unquestionably talented, but he was a massive locker-room headache in 2017, clashing with coaches, teammates, and the organization. It is possible the new coaching staff decides to give the 2016 first-round pick a clean slate, but Raanan expects them to move on. Trading Apple will cost the Giants around $500,000 in cap space.

    NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Broncos are expected to make Trevor Siemian available for trade this offseason. Denver would be lucky to get anything more than a conditional sixth- or seventh-rounder, especially in what looks to be a loaded -- for its standards -- quarterback market via draft and free agency this year. Siemian has starting experience, sure, but he completely bombed out last season and is also recovering from left shoulder (non-throwing) surgery. Denver is going to overhaul its QB room.

    Ian Rapoport ✔@RapSheet Aaron Colvin is going to have a legit market. Much more active than one would think. https://twitter.com/ProFootballTalk/status/966417296678883329 … 4:24 PM - Feb 21, 2018 Beat writer Hays Carlyon doesn't expect the Jaguars to be able to re-sign impending free agent CB Aaron Colvin. Outside CBs Jalen Ramsey and A.J. Bouye get all the love in Jacksonville, but Colvin is one of the best slot corners in the game and is/was a big part of the Jaguars' defense. Per Pro Football Focus, Colvin didn't allow a single touchdown in his coverage, and his 0.76 yards per snap in coverage was third-best among all slot corners. Colvin, 26, is one of the top corners set to hit the market.