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1 hour ago, Matt39 said:

hows the sheldon richardson market looking

Immature and a little lazy, which is totally definitely a surprise 

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5 minutes ago, SenorGato said:

What's good with Trent Murphy?

I can't believe I wrote this when it was just easier to type his name into the search bar. The vaunted Bills with one one of their master plan sneak attacks, solid move if he's healthy.

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1 minute ago, SenorGato said:

What's good with Trent Murphy?

I think he signed somewhere.

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11 hours ago, Sonny Werblin said:

Agreed that it now looks like the Browns will go QB with the first pick. But, after the Browns select a QB, how do the Giants NOT take Barkley? And I really question the Giants trading out of the first 7 or 8 picks because the cream of the crop in this draft is the Quarterbacks, Barkley, Chubb, and Fitzpatrick. This is the Jets great advantage in trading up. If a team above the Jets makes a trade with the Jets, they can still get Barkely, Chubb, or Fitzpatrick. If a team picking in the top 5 trades with the Bills, they can say good bye to their shot at one of these guys. I think this makes the Jets a far better trading partner for the Giants, Colts or Browns than the Bills or any other team. I really can not envision the Jets screwing this up. 

 

 

then again, they somehow screwed up free agency with the biggest checkbook out there.  I didn't envision that either.  

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1 minute ago, Patriot Killa said:

The NY Jets get Tyrann Mathieu they get the Ed Reed of this era!!

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Just now, Patriot Killa said:

None. Had slight interest in a WR or two but it fell thru.

Thank you 

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15 minutes ago, Dcat said:

then again, they somehow screwed up free agency with the biggest checkbook out there.  I didn't envision that either.  

I think they've done a good job in free agency.

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5 minutes ago, Larz said:

Thank you 

Well, Mac increased his offer to ASJ, I'm not sure how significant the increase is but I'd imagine its near Burton's. He left the Seahawks w/o a contract and the hawks are hosting Ed Dickson next. ASJ is now going to meet with the Falcons. Other than that, nothing. I think we're done on the line until the draft outside of a depth signing. We may still sign a WR there was interest in Ryan Grant and Paul Richardson before they signed with other teams. 

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5 minutes ago, Sonny Werblin said:

I think they've done a good job in free agency.

Still need another CB, DE, TE, and K. Would also be ideal for them to sign the Honey Badger (cutting Skrine) and a WR as insurance for Enunwa and Anderson. 

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21 minutes ago, Patriot Killa said:

 

I'd give the Honey Badger 4 million more a year than Skrine every single day of the week. I don't care that he's primarily a FS/Slot corner guy is a playmaker that this entire roster is devoid of. Eagles won the Superbowl with a beast secondary and the best slot corner in the league

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25 minutes ago, Patriot Killa said:

We must make this happen. We’d finally have a legit playmaker. 

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1 hour ago, Scoop24 said:

I love these young bulls man . It’s bout time we get some players that want us to be great . And Not just bout that check .  

Yeah because checks aren't enough to bring people to the Jets.

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Just now, Obrien2Toon said:

Always a big honey badger fan, wanted us to draft him

but really, what does he have left

He's 25 

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3 minutes ago, Sully80 said:

Have we spent what we needed to reach the cap floor?

I believe $80M was the number we need hit this year. We need to spend a lot this year and next year. It's not really much of a concern but I guess it means we at least spend that much. I'm not sure what we'd be allowed to roll over.

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1 minute ago, bla bla bla said:

I believe $80M was the number we need hit this year. We need to spend a lot this year and next year. It's not really much of a concern but I guess it means we at least spend that much. I'm not sure what we'd be allowed to roll over.

I though that too because of the 80% but apparently it's over 4 years, so I'm not really sure we're right about that. A little more complicated to deduce then I first thought. I know we still have a ton of space but w/ rookies and the ability to roll some cap over for next year when players may actually want to come to play for us without paying them 2-4 million above market price is something to think about.

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Just now, Sully80 said:

I though that too because of the 80% but apparently it's over 4 years, so I'm not really sure we're right about that. A little more complicated to deduce then I first thought. I know we still have a ton of space but w/ rookies and the ability to roll some cap over for next year when players may actually want to come to play for us without paying them 2-4 million above market price is something to think about.

It is over 4 years. We spent so little last year that we need to spend a ton the next 3. By signing a lot of players the next two years that bumps us up to over that 89% cash spent. We'll be fine hitting the number but it basically means we need to be active this offseason and next year. 

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6 minutes ago, bla bla bla said:

It is over 4 years. We spent so little last year that we need to spend a ton the next 3. By signing a lot of players the next two years that bumps us up to over that 89% cash spent. We'll be fine hitting the number but it basically means we need to be active this offseason and next year. 

I was concerned with our financial flexibility next offseason but I just looked at what's coming off the books next year. Whatever we roll over into next year, plus how much the cap will go up, AND around 48-50 million coming off the books (Carpenter, Skrine, Powell, McCown, Bridgewater, McLendon, Kearse, Enunwa etc.)

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45 minutes ago, Patriot Killa said:

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Just now, JoJoTownsell1 said:

Niles Paul to Jags. That's one less team in the market for ASJ, Eifert or Ebron

Either of them is fine with me. Just have to sign one, go with the cheapest of them.

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