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New York Jets cornerback Buster Skrine isn’t among those lining up to trash free-agent cornerback Darrelle Revis. In fact, he still expects his former teammate to land on an NFL roster this year.

“At the beginning of the year he had some troubles,” Skrine said Monday on Good Morning Football. “Then as the year went on, if you watched his film, he was playing great. When you are the best, you’re gonna be critiqued to the fullest, they’re gonna knick-knack everything. I still think Revis is one of the best corners to play right now. … He can still play. He should still get a good deal. I think he’s one of the better corners in the league.”

He added: “Revis is definitely a technician. He’s one of the smarter players I’ve ever played around. He’s one of them guys who’s real welcoming. He taught everybody in that secondary how to hit better, how to take your game to another level. Him leaving the team, sad. You just have to let him go play. Revis has a lot left in the tank. I know he’s been down in Florida training, he’s started real early. I know he’s like ‘I got something to prove.’ Hopefully he gets picked up somewhere where he fits best and keeps it going.”

Skrine certainly qualifies as an optimist. Later in the interview he said of the Jets’ prospects, “I think this is our year,” so take his opinion as you will. But his note on Revis is, at least, interesting. Of course Revis is going to be addressed with some reverence, but Skrine really is going all out to defend the 31-year-old, seven-time Pro Bowler. Revis, whose legal issues are now behind him, has gone on record talking about his weight loss and sharpened commitment to training but no team has taken any action.

Does that mean Revis’ $6 million offset settlement with the Jets is complicating matters? Does that mean teams are anxiously awaiting a draft that is supposed to be quite deep at the cornerback position? Or does it mean that Skrine is holding on to the Revis we all watched with amazement over the prime of his career; a player that is no longer with us? I’ve been on record as saying he’s worth the flier if the money works out. Skrine is firmly in that camp, too. But as the spring creeps along with no news, a more accurate picture of his current skills might be emerging.

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OWINGS MILLS, Md. — The Baltimore Ravens can address their need at wide receiver by signing a free agent like Anquan Boldin or Michael Floyd.

The problem is Boldin doesn’t want to join a team until closer to training camp in late July and Floyd won’t report to a team until June 17 after his house arrest for a second DUI is over. Plus, Boldin turns 37 in October and Floyd could be facing a suspension.

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Baltimore’s best solution to solving its wide receiver problem is trade for one. Let’s push aside the pipe dreams because Sammy Watkins won’t be traded by the Buffalo Bills and Eric Decker won’t fit under the Ravens’ cap with a $7.25 million salary.

But there are productive wide receivers who can upgrade a position for Baltimore that returns only two players who recorded double-digit catches last season in Mike Wallace and Breshad Perriman.

Here are three wide receivers who could be acquired in a trade:
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Dontrelle Inman, Chargers: Philip Rivers raved about Inman’s dependability because he could always count on him to run the right route. What should also interest the Ravens is Inman’s reliable hands (three drops on 89 targeted passes), his size (6-foot-3, 205 pounds) and his commitment to run-blocking. Taking advantage of more playing time after Keenan Allen suffered a season-ending knee injury, Inman posted career highs in receptions (58), receiving yards (810), touchdowns (four) and average per catch (14.0). The downside is Inman doesn’t deliver much after the catch and he was a non-factor in the red zone last season. The Chargers might be inclined to part with him because Allen is back from injury, Mike Williams was drafted in the first round and Tyrell Williams is coming off a season in which he led the team in catches.

Marqise Lee, Jaguars: Allen Robinson, Jacksonville’s No. 1 receiver, isn’t going to get traded, and Allen Hurns is too expensive to move ($7 million guaranteed in 2016). The situation is different for Lee, the Jaguars’ No. 3 receiver. Jacksonville has options to replace him in Rashad Greene and rookie fourth-round pick Dede Westbrook. Lee produced career highs in catches (63), receiving yards (851) and touchdowns (three) last season. He was extremely consistent, catching at least four passes in 11 of 16 games. Lee can also be a factor on special teams, ranking third on kickoff returns in the NFL with a 30.3-yard average. The concern with Lee is staying healthy. He was in and out of the lineup the previous two seasons due to hamstring injuries.
Danny Amendola, Patriots: He’s on the downside of his career at age 31, and he’s coming off a season in which he managed 23 catches for 243 yards and four touchdowns. But Amendola did step up in the postseason. In the Super Bowl victory, he totaled eight receptions for 78 yards and a touchdown. Amendola’s ability to work over the middle would complement the speed of Wallace and Perriman. The Patriots can afford to trade him because they have Brandin Cooks, Julian Edelman, Chris Hogan and Malcolm Mitchell. Amendola is also very affordable after taking another pay cut. He can make a maximum of $1.7 million this season.

Wide receiver has been a source of bad luck for the Ravens this offseason. Baltimore couldn’t lure Brandon Marshall or Pierre Garcon in free agency, and the Ravens watched the top three receivers go in the first nine picks in this year’s draft (when it had the No. 16 overall pick).

The Ravens can still upgrade at wide receiver. They just have to find a team willing to make a deal.

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This is what you call blind hope.

New York Jets legend Joe Namath cast his vote Tuesday in the upcoming quarterback competition, saying he’s rooting for the untested Christian Hackenberg to capture the starting position for his old team.

“I’d like to see Hackenberg get a shot, and I’d like to see him win the job,” Namath told reporters at a charity event in New York. “That would give us the [hope of], ‘Hey, lookie here. Maybe we don’t do it this year, but boy, we’ll get ready next year. We’ll get ready the year after that.’”

Hackenberg’s body of work consists of two shaky preseason performances last summer, but the former second-round pick from Penn State has a chance to start — or so the Jets say. He’s competing against well-traveled veteran Josh McCown and, to a lesser degree, the currently injured Bryce Petty (surgically repaired left shoulder).

“I know what Josh McCown can do,” Namath said. “He’s a good leader. He’s solid. Hopefully, the team can step up and give him support [if he plays].”

But the Hall of Fame quarterback added, “I’m not wishing Josh any bad luck, but I certainly would like to see Hackenberg blossom.”

The Jets haven’t had a true franchise quarterback since Namath, who last played for them in 1976 — seven years after leading the Jets to their only Super Bowl title. McCown, 37, is the favorite to win the job based on his experience, but you can bet Hackenberg will get a shot at some point.

“We’ve got to find a quarterback,” owner Woody Johnson said at the same charity event.

No matter what happens in training camp, the Jets will have their fourth different opening-day starter in six years.

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The Jets are young everywhere and that’s certainly the case on defense.

Every player on the defensive side of the ball is 28 or younger sans DL Steve McLendon (31) and ILB David Harris (33). After leading the club in tackles in nine of his 10 pro seasons, Harris will be back for an 11th season at the Mike ‘backer spot. His 35 career sacks are the most by any NFL player who’s played exclusively inside linebacker since 2007.

“He’s our leader out there on the field,” said head coach Todd Bowles at the NFL Owners Meetings in Phoenix, AZ.

But the Jets have some other players on the unit who may help set the tone. DL Leonard Williams surged in Year 2 and earned a Pro Bowl invite while ILB Darron Lee, who was selected No. 20 overall in the 2016 NFL Draft, could be poised for a similar jump.

“You can’t force a leader. You can train them, and some of them are naturally gifted. They were all leaders in college,” Bowles said. “Then you take a back seat to some guys when you come into the league. But those guys I expect to see step up. We have about 15 of them that I’m pretty sure can lead.”

With the draft around the corner, we examine the position groups as they stand today. We continue our series with the defense.

Defensive Line
Bowles said DL Muhammad Wilkerson “gutted it out” last year as he worked his way back from a broken leg. In 15 games, Wilkerson racked up 4.5 sacks along with 10 QB hits. The hope is Wilkerson returns with a vengeance. In his second pro season, the 6’5”, 302-pound Williams was voted Team MVP after recording 7.0 sacks along with 86 tackles. Sheldon Richardson possesses rare athletic qualities and his versatility has been showcased throughout his first three seasons. Richardson has posted 18.0 sacks and six forced fumbles in his career. Slowed down the stretch by a hamstring injury, former Steelers DT Steve McLendon registered career highs with 3.5 sacks and 35 tackles last season. There is intriguing depth here as well with the likes of Deon Simon and Lawrence Thomas and the Jets recently added Mike Pennel to the mix. The Green & White have options to play various fronts and don’t have glaring needs on the interior. It would be fascinating if Alabama’s Jonathan Allen was there at No. 6 and teams were interested in moving up for a 6’3”, 291-pounder who racked up 28.5 sacks for the Crimson Tide.

 

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Alongside Harris, is Lee ready to break out? He got his feet wet as a rookie, registering 76 tackles and 2.5 sacks in 13 games. The 6’1”, 232-pounder is blessed with tremendous speed and explosiveness and he’ll benefit from his early experience. Understanding how and why teams attack in this league is more than half of the battle and Lee is determined to become a playmaker. On the outside, Jordan Jenkins, Lorenzo Mauldin, Corey Lemonier and Josh Martin will be tutored by one of the greatest pass rushers in the history of the sport in Kevin Greene. Jenkins flashed late, tallying 2.5 sacks over the final four contests while doing a decent job setting the edge. Mauldin has racked up 6.5 sacks in two seasons, but he was limited to 11 games in 2016 as an ankle injury kept him out of the lineup the last five games. This is considered an outstanding pass-rushing class as some pundits are predicting as many as six edge rushers could go in Round 1 and 10-12 could be taken off the board before the end of Round 2. Myles Garrett (Texas A&M) may go No. 1 overall to Cleveland, but there is plenty of depth beyond him in the form of Charles Harris (Missouri), Hasson Reddick (Temple), Tim Williams (Alabama), Takkarist McKinley (UCLA) and Zach Cunningham (Vanderbilt).

 

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After parting ways with CB Darrelle Revis, the Green & White signed former Cowboy Morris Claiborne in free agency. A first-round pick of Dallas in the 2012 NFL Draft, the 5’11”, 192-pound Claiborne played some of the best football of his career last season. Bowles thinks he got a good one if Claiborne can stay healthy. Juston Burris, a fourth-round pick out of NC State in 2016, flashed down the stretch and he should compete for playing time on the outside early in 2017. After being claimed off of waivers from the Patriots, the speedy Darryl Roberts finished tied for first on the team with eight passes defended. Buster Skrinecan play inside at nickel or outside the numbers, having registered 116 tackles and 16 PDs the past two seasons. Marcus Williams has a knack for finding the football, hauling in nine interceptions over his first 34 games, and Dexter McDougle will look to make his mark in the spring. This is a loaded draft class, starting at the top with Marshon Lattimore (Ohio State), but the list of big-time talents is long and includes Tre’Davious White (LSU), Jourdan Lewis (Michigan), Teez Tabor (Florida), Gareon Conley (Ohio State), Adoree’ Jackson (USC), Chidobe Awuzie (Colorado), Quincy Wilson (Florida) and Kevin King (Washington).
At free safety, veteran Marcus Gilchrist is recovering from knee surgery. Strong safety Calvin Pryor, a first-round pick out of Louisville in 2014, has collected 217 tackles in three seasons. Valuable backup Rontez Miles has paced the club with 19 special teams stops the past two years and Doug Middletonworked his way up to the active roster in 2016. There is a star-studded trio of prospects who look to be first-round talents in Jamal Adams (LSU), Malik Hooker (Ohio State) and Budda Baker (Washington). Adams and Hooker both could be top ten selections. Michigan product Jabrill Peppers is one of the more fascinating stories of the draft.

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Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan addressed the media Friday and shed some light on the team’s free agency process.

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The Jets wasted no time in locking up starting RG Brian Winters and later re-signed Ben Ijalana to the offensive line, who started 13 games last season playing both RT and LT. The team also brought back last season’s leading tackler on special teams, OLB Josh Martin, who is excited to take on more of a leadership role on Brant Boyer’s unit.

“We’re very happy to keep Brian in the fold,” Maccagnan said. “Ben Ijalana was another player that has come on and played well for us. We feel good about him going forward so it’s good to keep some of those guys intact along with Josh Martin, who has done a very good job not only as a backup linebacker, but a special teams player.”
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With the releases of Ryan Clady and Breno Giacomini, the Green & White needed to solidify the tackle position. The Jets added a blind-side protector in the 6’3”, 316-pound Kelvin Beachum, who nearly became part of the organization last year.

“Kelvin was a player that we liked a year ago prior to his injury,” Maccagnan said. “He obviously came back, played for Jacksonville and did some good things there. I do think he’s a player that will continue to ascend as he gets further away from his injury. I think a lot of the time when players come off injuries, especially knees, they come back to their form.”

 

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The sixth overall pick of the 2012 draft was productive for the Cowboys during his five years in Dallas, but Morris Claiborne has struggled to stay on the field at times. In eight games last season, Claiborne allowed a 63.0 passer rating and limited opposing receivers to a 51.9% catch rate, which ranked 9th and 11th amongst CBs.

“A lot of players have injuries,” Maccagnan said. “Morris has an injury history, but we did bring him in for a physical before we signed him. I have a lot of faith in our trainers and doctors. We’ve done a good job in the past of having players come here, perform and stay on the field.

“We’re excited about Morris from an ability standpoint. When he’s played, he’s played at a fairly high level and he fits very well with us from a schematic standpoint. With every player there’s a risk, but we felt good about the opportunity for him to come in here and be a part of this organization.”

 

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Entering free agency, Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenberg were the only two quarterbacks on the roster. Maccagnan said all options were on the table and it was widely expected a veteran presence would be added to the mix. While many names were linked to the club, Maccagnan & Co. pulled the trigger on McCown, who spent some of the 2012 season in Chicago with Jets QBs coach Jeremy Bates.

“As we went through, we talked to a lot of different quarterbacks in pro free agency market,” Maccagnan said. “Josh was a player who we liked through the process. We have some history with him with people in our building, so we know what his strengths are. In terms of an intangible standpoint, we think he’s a very good veteran from a character and leadership standpoint to add to our group. We still think he has the ability to play and perform on the field from a talent standpoint so when it was all said and done, we felt very good about adding him to the mix.”
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Both Maccagnan and head coach Todd Bowles have stressed the importance of competition at each position. Ross Martin, a final cut from last season, was the only kicker on the roster following the release of Nick Folk. Chandler Catanzaro was successful early in his career for the Cardinals, connecting on a combined 89.1% of his field goals attempts over his first two years. The Clemson product’s numbers slipped in 2016 as he hit on 75% of his attempts.

“We felt good about adding [Catanzaro] to the organization,” Maccagnan said. “It was sad to see Nick go, but we felt good about [Catanzaro’s] ability to bounce back and potentially get back on track with his career in terms of how he played early in his career.”

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The Jets have re-signed LS Tanner Purdum.

After originally joining the Green & White on a reserve/future contract on Feb. 2, 2010, the 6’3”, 270-pound Purdum has served as the team’s long snapper the past seven seasons. He has not missed a game during that span, appearing in all 112 regular-season contests.

The 32-year-old Purdum began his NFL career with the Chiefs in the 2009 preseason, was a final cut and then came to the Jets the following February. Purdum has the second-longest tenure on the Jets, trailing only ILB David Harris.

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The Jets’ tailback position began the 2016 season crisply with Matt Forté and concluded it on a high note with Bilal Powell.

Forté, the highly productive rusher and receiver for the Bears for eight seasons, signed last March as an unrestricted free agent as Chris Ivory was departing as a UFA. He churned out 155 scrimmage yards in the opener against the Bengals, had 100 rushing yards and three touchdowns the next week at the Bills, and was key in the win over the Ravens with 154 YFS as the ground game rose to ninth in the NFL at midseason. He’s now 585 rush yards shy of 10,000 for his career.

But a knee injury that he’d been playing through all season began to take its toll. As his workload decreased, Powell’s snaps and yards increased. Bilal used his dynamic, quick-cut running and sure hands to almost single-handedly pull out the comeback win at San Francisco with 145 rushing yards and two TDs, including the OT game-winner. He added 162 YFS against the Dolphins and 122 rush yards in the finale vs. the Bills. And despite his supporting role for much of the year, he easily led the offense in first downs and third-down conversions.

Practice-squad promotions Brandon Wilds (four games) and Brandon Burks (one game) saw action, as did Khiry Robinson at New England, but Robinson’s recurring leg injury kept him from any extended time. Romar Morris spent the season on IR.

 
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The Green & White have six running backs and two fullbacks on the roster. None is set to become a free agent in March.

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Le’veon Bell is listed as a potential UFA but the Steelers figure to retain him and make him possibly the NFL’s highest-paid RB. LeGarrette Blount has sounded as if he wants to say with New England. Other than that, the RB free agency pool could have Eddie Lacy and a lot of 30-somethings — DeAngelo Williams (33), James Starks (30), Rashad Jennings (31, just released by the Giants), one-time Jet Danny Woodhead (32), Tim Hightower (30) and Reggie Bush (31).

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Stump Mitchell brings a wealth of knowledge and experience as Todd Bowles’ new RBs coach. He was a versatile back and returner with the Cardinals for nine years, and everywhere he’s coached, he’s polished top backs — Ricky Watters and Shaun Alexander with Seattle, Clinton Portis with Washington, and most recently David Johnson with the Cardinals.

It will be interesting to see the new balance in ’17 between Powell and Forté, who turned 31 in December. But however the reps shake out and regardless of whoever is added in free agency and the draft, the position appears to be in good hands.

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Darron Lee had a good start to this NFL career and big things could be on the horizon. Legendary NFL personnel man Gil Brandt named Lee to his All-Rookie Team, stating that the 22-year-old ILB has what it takes to become one of the league’s elite players.

“Lee is a linebacker who thrives in a game built on speed. He has a chance to be a future star,” Brandt said. “He finished with 73 tackles — that’s a lot of tackles for someone who started just nine times (out of 13 games).”

Lee, selected No. 20 overall out of Ohio State last April, had modest expectations when starting his NFL trek.

“I definitely wanted to ease into a starting role. That was my goal, to be able to start at some point in the season, whether it be early or later on,” he said at the end of his first campaign. “I just wanted to get to that starting role and at that point contribute, make some tackles and have an impact to help the team. I was starting to get to that and then the Arizona game and it was a roadblock.”

 

An ankle injury suffered against the Cardinals in Week 6 forced Lee to miss three games. The 6’1”, 232-pounder, who was leading the club in tackles at the time of his sprain, returned to action against the Rams in Week 10 and then started the team’s final six games.

“At least I know I can belong and I can play,” said Lee, who finished with a sack along with three passes defended. “Now it’s about closing that gap from being so close to making that big play to making that big play.”

Following Todd Bowles’ initial plan, Lee came in an as the nickel ‘backer and became a three-down player. He gave the Jets an infusion of speed and pursued well while showing progress in coverage. Lee says he can get better at everything and he’s anxious to become the game-changer he was with the Buckeyes.

“Taking the whole film to another level and taking cues to another level, so I put myself in a better position to make that big play,” he said. “And I’d say that’s the next big part is making that big play.”

In 2014-15, Lee combined for 27.5 tackles for loss and 12.0 sacks at Ohio State. He has high expectations for himself and doesn’t plan on slowing down.

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Bryce Petty is expected to get his first career NFL start at quarterback Sunday.

On NFL GameDay Morning First, Rapoport reported that Jets players believe Petty will start Sunday. The 2015 fourth-round pick scrambled to keep a roster spot this preseason with the team already planning to keep three other quarterbacks. It’s unclear whether or not veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick will be active.
Per Rapoport: “All week, Fitzpatrick has been optimistic about his chances of playing against the Rams. But a source informed of the thinking of coach Todd Bowles says it’s a real decision based on how Fitzpatrick warms up. If there is any swelling or he’s not as mobile as he needs to be, Petty gets the start. But based on the week of practice, players believe it’ll be Petty under center.”

Fitzpatrick has been dealing with a knee sprain suffered last week in a loss to the Dolphins. He was listed as questionable on Friday and participated on a limited basis all week in practice.

Bowles said earlier this week that he did not have a quarterback controversy, though Fitzpatrick’s knee injury could provide an out should he want to see the 25-year-old quarterback in action against a talented Rams defense.

Bowles previously said this season that he would not bench Fitzpatrick before handing the baton to Geno Smith.

Should Petty start, his performance could go a long way toward deciding how the Jets will look at quarterback next season. At the moment, many expect the team to roll with Petty and second-round pick Christian Hackenberg in 2017.

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1966—A crowd of 14,000 at ASD Stadium watches the New York Jets hand the Buffalo Bills a 34-17 preseason loss in the third Allentown Pro Football Classic. Mike Taliafero, playing in place of injured Jets quarterback Joe Namath, throws two touchdown passes to Don Maynard, and Bills backup quarterback Daryl Lamonica throws for 109 yards and a touchdown in relief of starter Jack Kemp, who completed just seven of his 26 attempts.
The high point of Namath’s career was his performance in the Jets’ 16–7 win over the Baltimore Colts in the third Super Bowl in January 1969, before the AFL–NFL merger. The first two games had resulted in blowout victories for the NFL champion Green Bay Packers, and sports writers from NFL cities insisted it would take the AFL several more years to be truly competitive with the NFL. The 1968 Colts were touted as “the greatest football team in history”, and Former NFL star and Atlanta Falcons head coach Norm Van Brocklin ridiculed the AFL before the game, saying “This will be Namath’s first Professional Football game.”

Three days before the game, tired of addressing the issue in the press, Namath responded to a heckler in Miami with the line: “We’re going to win the game. I guarantee it.”

In the game, Namath backed up his boast. The Colts’ vaunted defense was unable to contain the Jets’ running or passing game, while the ineffective offense gave up four interceptions to the Jets. Namath was the game’s MVP, completing eight passes to George Sauer alone, for 133 yards. The win made him the first quarterback to start and win a national championship game in college, to start and win a major professional league championship, and to start and win a Super Bowl. His “guarantee” was initially ignored or ridiculed when made, but it became legendary after the Jets’ upset of the Colts.[24]

Namath acquired legendary status for American Football League fans as the symbol of their league’s legitimacy. When he was asked by reporters after the game whether the Colts’ defense was the “toughest he had ever faced”, Namath responded “That would be the Buffalo Bills’ defense.” The AFL-worst Bills had intercepted Namath five times, three for touchdowns, in their only win in 1968 in late September.

Joe Biden was running behind schedule to accept his Father of the Year Award at the Marriott Marquis in Manhattan Tuesday. Joe Namath had already received his, so he got called up again to the mic to kill a few minutes until the vice president arrived. And he used the time to make an endorsement.