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irrelevant.  Completely different facts and circumstances.    Hardy is dog sh-t.  Never want to see him in Jets green.  

I said the same thing in the "tweet" thread.   I usually don't make off-the-field issues all that important in deciding who to play, but in Hardy's case I would.  What he did was so dreadful and so ma

You are apparently ignorant of the facts.   Assistant District Attorney Jamie Adams told Tin in her closing arguments that Holder told the truth when she described how Hardy erupted while the two w

Greg Hardy is strictly a 4-3 end not seeing how he would fit into Bowles scheme. The off field stuff also isn't anything I'd want the Jets to have to deal with

 

If former DEs Coples and Pace can be 3-4 OLBs then Hardy can do that EASILY as he is a far better athlete.  At Ole Miss he played some wide receiver and played on the basketball team.

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He's going to be relatively cheap for a while. He's a douche, but so is a lot of NFL players. I don't think we can afford him, and he's not a fit for what we want. I expect the Jets to hit OLB @6.

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If former DEs Coples and Pace can be 3-4 OLBs then Hardy can do that EASILY as he is a far better athlete. At Ole Miss he played some wide receiver and played on the basketball team.

Pace was playing OLB in zona before we got him. Coples was playing DE and DT at UNC before we drafted him and his transition to OLB is actually a good case against Hardy. Let's not even address the bad PR ramifications or the fact the league still hasn't addressed his case, from strictly a skill and fit perspective the hypothetical signing would risky and expensive
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If you're entitled to a jury trial and haven't had one yet, the judge's order isn't a conviction and the trial isn't an appeal in any meaningful sense of either of those words. They use civ pro terms weird in the south apparently.

 

You are so right. That's the problem for most guys. Moment you are charged with something like the the politically correct view is he is guilty forever.

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Pace was playing OLB in zona before we got him. Coples was playing DE and DT at UNC before we drafted him and his transition to OLB is actually a good case against Hardy. Let's not even address the bad PR ramifications or the fact the league still hasn't addressed his case, from strictly a skill and fit perspective the hypothetical signing would risky and expensive

Calvin Pace was a college DE drafted in 2003 by AZ to play DE in their 4-3.  He converted to 4-3 OLB his final year with AZ and became a 3-4 OLB for the first time in 2008 with the Jets.  Coples and Hardy are completely different athletes.  4-3 DEs like Hardy that possess very good agility, lateral movement and can play in space have no issues transitioning from to the 3-4; Coples doesn't fall in that category.  I'll leave the PR ramifications to the pseudo publicists but from a skill and fit perspective it's would NOT be a risky move.  Money wise I would think it would be a great value since every one seems to be avoiding him like the plague.

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