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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.


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:
With his reliable hands and size at 6-foot-3, the Chargers’ Dontrelle Inman would make for an intriguing trade target for the receiver-needy Ravens. Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports
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.