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OLB Jordan Jenkins.. Re-UP or Let walk ? ? ?


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With the start of 2021 NFL free agency a month away, all 32 teams have looming decisions to make about how their rosters could look next season. That includes players who could use a change of scenery -- free agents, cut candidates and guys who could be traded -- and potentially flourish elsewhere.

Will the Super Bowl champions bring back running back Leonard Fournette, who thrived in the postseason for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers? Are the Chicago Bears officially done with quarterback Mitchell Trubisky? What will the rebuilding Houston Texans do with quarterback Deshaun Watson? And what about Odell Beckham Jr., who is coming off a torn ACL for the Cleveland Browns ?

Maybe it's money, maybe it's production. Or maybe it's both. Sometimes a player just needs to go somewhere new. Here are 32 players our NFL Nation reporters believe would benefit from a move away from their current teams :

~ ~ New York Jets - Linebacker Jordan Jenkins

The pending free agent is the longest-tenured member of the team (drafted in 2016), which means he has experienced a lot of losing -- a 23-57 record. No player deserves to be exposed to that much defeat. A 3-4 outside linebacker for his entire pro career, Jenkins isn't a fit in the new 4-3 scheme, which means he probably will move on. He's a solid player, when healthy, and deserves a fresh start. -- Rich Cimini

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>   https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/30886821/32-nfl-players-need-change-scenery-offseason-needs-fresh-start-every-team#NYJ

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