KRL Posted April 13, 2015 Share Posted April 13, 2015 But with the way the media likes to perpetuate the idea that the Jets are disorganized and a circus: http://www.nj.com/jets/index.ssf/2015/04/jets_conducted_more_organized_pro_day_for_local_nf.html The Jets and Giants both held their pro days for local NFL Draft prospects last week. The Giants went first, on Thursday. The Jets followed on Friday. It was the first local pro day for the Jets' new general manager, Mike Maccagnan, who is a rookie in that job. He previously was the Texans' college scouting director, so he has experience with this sort of thing . Players who attended both pro days came away thinking the Jets' session "was much more organized and felt more structured" than the Giants' pro day, according to a source with knowledge of both pro days. The feeling among players was that the Jets' pro day "was very impressive." Specifically, the players liked that the Jets' day had a structured schedule, the source said. The source, who is not affiliated with the Jets or Giants, spoke to NJ Advance Media on a condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to talk publicly about the pro days. That Maccagnan put on an organized local pro day should come as no surprise. He has an extensive scouting background, and a reputation for being thorough, detailed and business-like in his approach. Here's a look at the players who were scheduled to attend the Giants' local pro day. And here's a list of players scheduled to be at the Jets' local pro day. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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