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hopefully gets appealed down to 2

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Just now, jbt said:

hopefully gets appealed down to 2

I thought it would be 2 games. No suppose on the suspension, kind of a shock it was 4 games. 

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1 minute ago, jbt said:

hopefully gets appealed down to 2

Same. 4 is a little steep considering what players get for 4 games 

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Just now, Rsherman28 said:

I thought it would be 2 games. No suppose on the suspension, kind of a shock it was 4 games. 

I figured two as well. 4 is ridiculous 

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That's rather harsh. As other's have said, lets hope after the appeal, he'll get it down to two.

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A first-time offender of the league’s alcohol policy usually gets two games, but there were aggravating circumstances involved in Herndon’s case. Thus, four games

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1 minute ago, Rsherman28 said:

Same. 4 is a little steep considering what players get for 4 games 

If you're going to get 4 games, you should really go for it.

 

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3 minutes ago, Peace Frog said:

That has to get knocked down.

Goddamit. 

Damn!!  That's a lot man.   I hope it gets trimmed down to two.  If not, we will get healthy does of Wesco and Brown. 

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Listening to ESPN Radio, Cimini is saying there were extenuating circumstances resulting in 4 v 2 games (which is the norm). 

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I can see the Jets bringing in another veteran who gets released to hold the fort down until Herndon gets back

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4 minutes ago, joewilly12 said:

The NY Jets will probably sign a veteran TE after training camp. 

Agreed

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Trevon Wesco is definitely going to get some immediate starting time now as is some other lucky contestant not yet on the team...

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Is Neal Sterling still avaialble (and healthy)?  Might make sense to bring him in for the first month -- I don't think he is vested vertran, so salary would not have to be guaranteed for the full season.

 

Edit - Never mind.  Signed with KC in June.  Next time, google first, then post.

 

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3 minutes ago, Lith said:

Is Neal Sterling still avaialble (and healthy)?  Might make sense to bring him in for the first month -- I don't think he is vested vertran, so salary would not have to be guaranteed for the full season.

 

Edit - Never mind.  Signed wiwth KC in June.

^^This was my first thought.

7 minutes ago, Jetsfan80 said:

Let the Trevon Wesco era begin!

^^Followed by my second thought.

 

Also, I guess this is why that bum Tomlinson is still on the squad.

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20 minutes ago, joewilly12 said:

The NY Jets will probably sign a veteran TE after training camp. 

Probably but with the CBA, wouldn't they have to pay a veterans full years salary if he is on the opening day roster even if he is waived once Herndon returns ?  Would sure seem like a lotta money that could be spent better elsewhere (like CB depth of a veteran C If Harrison doesn't pan out or injury to another position ).  but the kid effed up.  Lucky no one was killed  

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Seems harsh but he is lucky to be alive and so is everyone involved.  Wasnt he doing a 100 when the cars collided?  He was 2x over the legal limit?

 

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More importantly, from Sheldon Richardson, to Dylan Donahue, to Herndon, maybe Woody should consider a drivers training room at the Atlantic Health team facility. 

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2 minutes ago, Jetpain said:

More importantly, from Sheldon Richardson, to Dylan Donahue, to Herndon, maybe Woody should consider a drivers training room at the Atlantic Health team facility. 

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Same. 4 is a little steep considering what players get for 4 games 
So what's the process now, can it get appealed down to 2?

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35 minutes ago, joewilly12 said:

 

Call me crazy but I think Wesco could turn out to be one of the best overall TEs in the NFL, AND a dynamic offensive player. 

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50 minutes ago, jbt said:

A first-time offender of the league’s alcohol policy usually gets two games, but there were aggravating circumstances involved in Herndon’s case. Thus, four games

the fact his failed sobriety test was leaked by TMZ and is on Youtube right now probably doesn't help matters

the league basically doesn't care what happens as long as there's no video proof

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Meanwhile the NFL is doing everything they can to brush the Hill situation under the rug to protect the Mahomes show. Not saying that Herndon should not have got suspended but NFL discipline is incredibly arbitrary and biased. The owners need to cede a significant amount of Goodells power, and come up with clearly defined penalties for infractions.

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28 minutes ago, JiF said:

Seems harsh but he is lucky to be alive and so is everyone involved.  Wasnt he doing a 100 when the cars collided?  He was 2x over the legal limit?

 

it was a nasty accident. He was on the freeway, the other car slid 700 feet after impact (!) and yes he blew a point one four (0.14) which is double or real close to it 

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