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https://www.espn.com/blog/new-york-jets/post/_/id/84062/jets-set-to-unveil-big-mac-offensive-line-and-theyre-loving-it

5. Diamond in the Huff: Not a word was written or said in the media about rookie Bryce Huff in training camp, and there were two reasons for that: Reporters didn't bring him up to Gase (bad job by us), and Gase didn't volunteer any information because he didn't want to tip off other teams about their secret.

Teams were particularly paranoid this summer because, without preseason games, they had to prepare for the season without having opposing scouts evaluate their players. Even with that security, the Jets didn't want to take any chances on exposing Huff to waivers, so they kept him on the 53-man roster -- which should say a lot about how they feel about the undrafted free agent from Memphis.

Huff, who received the biggest guarantee ($90,000) among their undrafted rookies, impressed with his raw talent as a pass-rusher. A year ago, the Jets uncovered a UDFA gem in defensive end Kyle Phillips, who could steal playing time from Henry Anderson. Maybe they have another in Huff.

 

No surprise that the media didn't even look his way during camp

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17 minutes ago, KRL said:

https://www.espn.com/blog/new-york-jets/post/_/id/84062/jets-set-to-unveil-big-mac-offensive-line-and-theyre-loving-it

5. Diamond in the Huff: Not a word was written or said in the media about rookie Bryce Huff in training camp, and there were two reasons for that: Reporters didn't bring him up to Gase (bad job by us), and Gase didn't volunteer any information because he didn't want to tip off other teams about their secret.

Teams were particularly paranoid this summer because, without preseason games, they had to prepare for the season without having opposing scouts evaluate their players. Even with that security, the Jets didn't want to take any chances on exposing Huff to waivers, so they kept him on the 53-man roster -- which should say a lot about how they feel about the undrafted free agent from Memphis.

Huff, who received the biggest guarantee ($90,000) among their undrafted rookies, impressed with his raw talent as a pass-rusher. A year ago, the Jets uncovered a UDFA gem in defensive end Kyle Phillips, who could steal playing time from Henry Anderson. Maybe they have another in Huff.

 

No surprise that the media didn't even look his way during camp

Really pissed me off we didn't get anything on him. 

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4 minutes ago, Samtorobby47 said:

So then why didn’t the sacks come along with it? 

 

Hurries/pressures are a dumb stat. 

Is that because there is no difference between having time and an open throwing lane and having to get rid of the ball quickly with no one in you face?

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17 minutes ago, Joejet said:

Is that because there is no difference between having time and an open throwing lane and having to get rid of the ball quickly with no one in you face?

 

18 minutes ago, TuscanyTile2 said:

Huh?  

I’d rather they get there and stop him then letting them get the ball out. 
 

Leonard Williams was the king of pressures!

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