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Athletic Report: A ‘ton‘ of free agents have said no to NYJ


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O no we missed out on Tyrek Hill, while smartly and efficiently upgrading all across the board, what are we to do....

This is like bleacher report type of nonsense, I thought the Athletic was supposed to be legit.

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All of the above is true.

I'd have to think if they had managed a West Side stadium or say their own stadium in the Navy Yard in Brooklyn  or over the rail yards in Long Island City, an NYC stadium would have given them an extra leg up to attract free agents.

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7 minutes ago, Gangrene said:

All of the above is true.

I'd have to think if they had managed a West Side stadium or say their own stadium in the Navy Yard in Brooklyn  or over the rail yards in Long Island City, an NYC stadium would have given them an extra leg up to attract free agents.

Tell that to the Knicks

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1 hour ago, ganggreen305 said:

Money talks, bullsh*t walks.  Let them walk.

Agreed.

And winners win, and losers lose.

The proof will be on the field, and in the record books.  Hard facts about how we're doing in this lengthy JD "rebuild".

We finally start winning, this kind of article is forgotten. 

We keep losing like we've lost every year of JD's reign to-date....well, we'll all be wondering if the next GM is any good. 

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