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Does Anybody Know A Good App To Listen To Jets podcasts?

 

I use Downcast for my podcasts, easy functions, works with bluetooth headphones, and the auto download feature is pretty good.  I think it's pay now though, I downloaded it awhile back when it was free for a limited time, but it's much better than the Itunes one that I used before.  A decent amount of the podcasts show up there, although some don't, like the TOJ podcast. 

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I use Downcast for my podcasts, easy functions, works with bluetooth headphones, and the auto download feature is pretty good.  I think it's pay now though, I downloaded it awhile back when it was free for a limited time, but it's much better than the Itunes one that I used before.  A decent amount of the podcasts show up there, although some don't, like the TOJ podcast.

Thanks for the info,i found 1 called podcast addicts its amazing & have every Jetnation episodes on it
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Huge if true: trade could still be alive, even if Bradford depresses the sh*t out of me.

 

 

 

Reports are that Kelly likes bradford a lot and thinks he will cure his durability issues with his sports science approach

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The Jets couldn't afford Bradford right now, Chip would have to trick Bradford into renegotiating his contract and basically screw him.

They are supposedly talking extension with Bradford, and the Jets should have about $10 mil to spend right now. If they want Bradford, they'll get him.

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The Jets couldn't afford Bradford right now, Chip would have to trick Bradford into renegotiating his contract and basically screw him.

 

Bradford is in the final year of his 6 year deal and his 2015 salary and cap hit is $13 million.  He'll be a FA at the end.  If the Jets truly wanted Bradford, but don't want to give him a long term deal, it would essentially be a one year lease on Bradford. Not sure what the trade value is in that.

 

And assuming that for some reason we acquire Bradford in a trade-down to 20 with Philly taking Mariotta at #6,  we still have Geno on his rookie contract, Fitzpatrick on his remaining one-year AND Bradford on his last year also?  Does that make any sense?  I hope that Mac wouldn't commit to Bradford for any length of time until he road tests him by starting him this season.  Which creates a dilemma at QB.  

 

To do that, Philly would have to give me a ton of compensation.  I hear they are dissatisfied with Mychal Kendricks in their crowded ILB.  Send him over too along with Braford and the rest of your draft.  Or better, send us Bradford and Kiko Alonso plus a bevy of picks.  

 

Or we take Mariotta or trade for better with Cleveland or another team.  

 

If Mariotta is there at #6, Jets are in the driver's seat.  

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Bradford is in the final year of his 6 year deal and his 2015 salary and cap hit is $13 million.  He'll be a FA at the end.  If the Jets truly wanted Bradford, but don't want to give him a long term deal, it would essentially be a one year lease on Bradford. Not sure what the trade value is in that.

 

And assuming that for some reason we acquire Bradford in a trade-down to 20 with Philly taking Mariotta at #6,  we still have Geno on his rookie contract, Fitzpatrick on his remaining one-year AND Bradford on his last year also?  Does that make any sense?  I hope that Mac wouldn't commit to Bradford for any length of time until he road tests him by starting him this season.  Which creates a dilemma at QB.  

 

To do that, Philly would have to give me a ton of compensation.  I hear they are dissatisfied with Mychal Kendricks in their crowded ILB.  Send him over too along with Braford and the rest of your draft.  Or better, send us Bradford and Kiko Alonso plus a bevy of picks.  

 

Or we take Mariotta or trade for better with Cleveland or another team.  

 

If Mariotta is there at #6, Jets are in the driver's seat.  

 

I would be happy to take Kiko off their hands along with a bunch of picks, I love Bradford and he would be a great addition if he could stay healthy, but I don't think it makes sense for us to take him in on a one year deal or a long term deal that guarantees money over multiple years.

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They are supposedly talking extension with Bradford, and the Jets should have about $10 mil to spend right now. If they want Bradford, they'll get him.

 

I think they are under $7 million and need to set money aside for rookies and in-season moves. even cutting pace gets you nowhere.  the jets are shopping in the under $1 million dollar bin now

 

sorry to ruin the doom porn

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I would be happy to take Kiko off their hands along with a bunch of picks, I love Bradford and he would be a great addition if he could stay healthy, but I don't think it makes sense for us to take him in on a one year deal or a long term deal that guarantees money over multiple years.

 

that pretty much means don't take him at all. 

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Bradford is in the final year of his 6 year deal and his 2015 salary and cap hit is $13 million. He'll be a FA at the end. If the Jets truly wanted Bradford, but don't want to give him a long term deal, it would essentially be a one year lease on Bradford. Not sure what the trade value is in that.

And assuming that for some reason we acquire Bradford in a trade-down to 20 with Philly taking Mariotta at #6, we still have Geno on his rookie contract, Fitzpatrick on his remaining one-year AND Bradford on his last year also? Does that make any sense? I hope that Mac wouldn't commit to Bradford for any length of time until he road tests him by starting him this season. Which creates a dilemma at QB.

To do that, Philly would have to give me a ton of compensation. I hear they are dissatisfied with Mychal Kendricks in their crowded ILB. Send him over too along with Braford and the rest of your draft. Or better, send us Bradford and Kiko Alonso plus a bevy of picks.

Or we take Mariotta or trade for better with Cleveland or another team.

If Mariotta is there at #6, Jets are in the driver's seat.

I think the deal would be the #6 for Bradford, the #20, this year's 2, and the 2016 second rounder, with some conditional provisions built in.

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I think they are under $7 million and need to set money aside for rookies and in-season moves. even cutting pace gets you nowhere. the jets are shopping in the under $1 million dollar bin now

sorry to ruin the doom porn

You need $3.5 for the rookie pool. Assuming the drop to 20 and the loss of the 4th and 5th, you're down to $3 mil for the rookies. Dumping dirt like Pace and Babin allows you to give Bradford his extension comfortably.

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I think the deal would be the #6 for Bradford, the #20, this year's 2, and the 2016 second rounder, with some conditional provisions built in.

If we're passing on Marriota we have to get a 1st next yr. It will take that kind of ammo to move up for  Connor Cook.

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If we're passing on Marriota we have to get a 1st next yr. It will take that kind of ammo to move up for Connor Cook.

Cook isn't an all-world talent, so you can't assume he's top-5. Last year, Bryce Petty was going to be a first rounder.

Bradford is a de facto first in the deal, unfortunately.

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