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Jason Cole ‏@JasonColeYahoo 4h
Wonder if Sanchez was part of it. Jets went for it but now time for rebuilding which might not be bad considering brady won't be around too much longer and in a weak division.
Nice little secondary they are building over there. Revis, Goldson, Barron. They are rumored to be interested in Dee Milliner. That would be one heck of a secondary and a turn around.
very true esp going against ryan and brees twice a year
Heard Jets offered Sanchez and $5,000,000 as part of the trade and Bucs told them they could keep their money and their butt-fumbler.
I thought it was Tim Tebow?
Nope. Janitor at Reliant texted Matt Turk who tweeted it out to his follower.
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That's a crapload of money to pay a CB, but from what I understand there's no guaranteed money in the deal. Not a bad haul on the part of the Bucs I guess. A first and a third or fourth next year hurts, but if Revis is healthy then it'll help that team big time.
Hmm, so they "only" gave up their first round pick this season? I say "only" because there were some rumors floating around here that they were going to give up more.
Glad they finally addressed their CB issue, I was getting concerned as this dragged on. Hopefully Revis can be affective after his injury.
Week 1, Bucs vs Jets. Should be fun.
With Barron and Gholdson at safety that's going to be a serious and physical secondary. I guess Wright will be the starter opposite Revis which isn't bad at all. I still expect them to draft a Corner in the 2nd or 3rd round this year though.
I think they just traded the pick they would have used to select Milliner.
Yea, I see that now. Maybe the Bucs would be a suitable trade partner. They have the 11th pick in the 2nd round, 3rd round and two 4th rounders. They lost DE Bowers to his stupid decision to bring a gun to the airport. They may feel that a player at DE or another position of need is a must have at that spot. They'd have to give up alot though.
I'd be down with trading our 1st this year and acquring their second if we could get their 3rd rounder this year. Not sure how that works on the trade value chart, but I wouldn't do it for any less. That would give us 2 seconds, and 3 thirds. Think we could do some damage with that.
Jets' Revis era ends with an error
If he plays poorly (because of effects of previous injuries), or is injured again, the Bucs threw away the draft pics they could have used to improve their team. If he plays well it is a good deal, in that you can keep him for a couple of years then just flat out cut him to save money, assuming you have drafted and mentored his replacement. If he plays like the star he was, I still don't see him being there more than three years.
Revis, if healthy, is great. But not $16 million annual cap hit great. I would be ok with giving up a 1st rounder in this not so great draft. But that cap hit is a killer. The Jets arent going anywhere so this is a good deal for them.
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