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But the league never specifically warned him what the exact punishment would be before he did this.

Hey man, that's 1.4 catches more per game than you get every week.  Did you even play professional sports bro?

if an actual crime was committed. The precedent absurdly set here is that NOT being guilty of a crime that never even made it to trial over 13 months ago will cause you to lose one months pay out of t

John Idzik's 19 draft picks:

 
Dee Milliner:  Can't stay healthy, probable bust.
Sheldon Richardson:  Dominant force at DT, committed 4 crimes at once.
Calvin Pryor:  Finally producing under new regime.
Jace Amaro:  Can't stay healthy, probable bust.
Geno Smith:  Geno-ing.
CB Dexter McDougle:  Could be a player per Crusher.
G Brian Winters:  1 great game against Suh, relegated back to the bench.
WR  Jalen Saunders:  On his 7th team.
WR Shaq Evans:  On Jaguars Practice Squad.
G Dakota Dozier:  Project lineman.
LB Jeremiah George:  Cut.
T Oday Aboushi:  Bust.
DB Brandon Dixon:  Cut.
WR Quincy Enunwa:  Suspended for 4 games after catching 8 passes in 5 games.
DE/LB IK Enemkpali:  Cut after punching Geno.
QB Tajh Boyd:  Cut.
OL William Campbell:  Cut.
LB Trevor Reilly:  Decent backup.
FB Tommy Bohanon:  Blah.
 
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Commenting on things that you have no idea about (as usual).  This "incident" took place last year and the Jets have been well aware of it.  

They were well aware he was going to be suspended for 4 games for it?  And since the 'incident" is well quoted by you care to fill us in on your inside knowledge oh seer or all?

The guy committed obviously a stupid indiscretion, enough of one to get suspended for....check.

The guy is a total jag who has done nothing to impress other than being last man standing becasue we have no one with size for that spot.....check

The guy will be easily replaced in the scheme....check.

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Have you guys been watching the same team? You cannot replace the Hback with 5'11" Kerley or flimsy Owosu... completely different position.

I've watched him drop passes or make easy catches look like an adventure.

I've seen him whiff on blocks.

I think Kerley can do that just as well.

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Cumberland can block as H-back for a few weeks.  Wes Saxton and Davis can fill in at TE for Cumberland.  No big loss here.  Skrine playing vs. NE would be a lot more important than Enunwa not playing.

I think Bohannon may also be a possible H-back substitute.

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Reading some tweets from the reporters covering the team, names mentioned to take Enunwa's roster spot (besides Saxton) include Kembrell Thompkins and possibly Stevan Ridley if he is considered ready to go by Sunday.  Both ex-Patriots...

Jets RB Stevan Ridley (PUP, knee) is expected to don pads at practice this week.

Coach Todd Bowles said Monday that Ridley could "maybe" play in Week 7 against the Patriots, although that still seems like a long shot. Either way, signs suggest Ridley has a realistic chance to play at some point this season. A one-trick-pony power runner, Ridley would be insurance for Chris Ivory.
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Jets' Enunwa suspended 4 games for violating NFL's personal conduct policy

New York Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa has been suspended four games without pay for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy, the league announced Monday.

Enunwa was arrested for domestic violence simple assault last year, but the the charge was later dismissed provided that he comply with a 90-day no-contact order.

"We support and respect the NFL's decision to suspend Quincy Enunwa," the team said in a release. "The New York Jets share the NFL's ongoing commitment to raising awareness of the frequency and impact of domestic and relationship violence, supporting survivors, and encouraging others to speak out and seek help."

A sixth-round pick in this year's draft, Enunwa recorded eight catches for 94 yards while appearing in each of New York's first five regular-season games.

He will be eligible to return for the Jets' Week 11 matchup with the Houston Texans after serving the four-game ban.

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Have you guys been watching the same team? You cannot replace the Hback with 5'11" Kerley or flimsy Owosu... completely different position.

Thank you!

 

Im convinced 99% of this board doesnt actually watch football or even understand the game.

 

Enunwa has been playing H-Back primarily,the role amaro was set to have. A majority of his snaps have been him blocking. Kerley is a small slot receiver. Hes not built to do enunwas job.

 

It also should be noted enunwa is essentially a rookie some growing pains were expected,so a few drops is whatever. So people saying he should be gone and he sucks are just idiots. Probably the same people that were trashing pryor all last season calling him a bust.

 

 

 

 

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Enunwa is a skilled blocker, a bigger-bodied receiver than Owusu or the Jets' other receivers, Jeremy Kerley and rookie Devin Smith. Kerley and/or Smith could see more action with Enunwa suspended, especially if Owusu remains sidelined. Enunwa played 49 of 67 snaps Sunday in the Jets' win over Washington

"He played tough," Bowles said of Enunwa's season so far. "But we've got some receivers, and we've got some different types of personnel packages."

Through five games, Enunwa has eight catches, on 17 targets, for 94 yards and zero touchdowns. But his blocking skills will be much harder to replace than his limited pass-catching contributions. 

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You can't hide from the long arm of the NFL 

if an actual crime was committed. The precedent absurdly set here is that NOT being guilty of a crime that never even made it to trial over 13 months ago will cause you to lose one months pay out of the blue. BULLsh*t I SAY. League is a tyrannical joke.

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Roto states that it stems from his domestic abuse arrest - which I believe he was acquitted of - from September 2014.

 

translation:

 

HEY SHELDON!

you're gonna be docked some MORE games and paychecks in 2016.   Leverage: Jets

we play the Patriots this week.  I expect the suspension for Richardson, effective immediately, comes Friday or Saturday once the game plan is complete, practiced, and fully implemented.

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He should appeal.  The incident happened before the NFL changed its personal conduct policy in the wake of the Ray Rice fiasco.

he might actually save money just taking the suspension rather than lawyering up to try to get it reduced to 2 games

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He should appeal.  The incident happened before the NFL changed its personal conduct policy in the wake of the Ray Rice fiasco.

Jane McManusVerified account @janesports 2 hours ago

Source: Quincy Enunwa's 4-game suspension was a negotiated settlement between NFL and NFLPA. As such, there won't be an appeal.

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No to Vernon Davis. Just no.

I think some adjustments have to be made to get Kerley on the field, I know I sound like a broken record but he's actually very suitable to the short passing offence while also offering something different. It must be something to do with his blocking because I just don't get at all why he's been essentially banished. He's not top level but he's a proven player and a solid 3rd option who should really have been looking to push on this season with Marshall's arrival. 

Kerley strikes ne as the kind of guy who'll somehow end up on the Patriots team in a few season or two and have a 1000 yard season.

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Jane McManusVerified account @janesports 2 hours ago

Source: Quincy Enunwa's 4-game suspension was a negotiated settlement between NFL and NFLPA. As such, there won't be an appeal.

From an article after the Rice updated suspension:

In August, after outrage over Rice's initial two-game suspension, Goodell announced a new league policy for domestic violence and other assaults. First-time offenders would be suspended at least six games and a second offense would draw a lifetime ban. 

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From an article after the Rice updated suspension:

In August, after outrage over Rice's initial two-game suspension, Goodell announced a new league policy for domestic violence and other assaults. First-time offenders would be suspended at least six games and a second offense would draw a lifetime ban. 

typical overreaction & OVER-REGULATION by a weak commissioner  submitting to activist facsim. 

so at this stage, merely an ACCUSATION  of domestic abuse or violence will net you a 4 game suspension and salary withheld AFTER your (pathetic) Union negotiated on your behalf. No criminal nor civil penalty imposed by the Fed, State, or County for having an unsubstantiated allegation dismissed, but your livelihood is from now on compromised. Sad.

is Hope Solo still representing the US nation?

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