This is the best safety class in years - we will absolutely come away with someone in this draft. If we do trade revis, I would love to come away with cyprien, but if we stand pat im ok with phillip thomas in the 3-4th round range.
I still think the Jets target TJ MDonald in the draft. He was highly rated before his senior year and his dad is the team's secondary coach.
Looks like all the teams that need a safety have signed theirs. I think we'll see what shakes out in a very deep draft, then if we still need one you can pick up Landry, Huff, or Sensabaugh after when they're cheap.
I think ANTONIO ALLEN ( 6ft 1 and 210) has a lot of talent and will be a very good player for us this year! He is the SS type and can hit and play the run well. We took a CB from BC last year as a UDFA. Donnie Fletcher is his name. That guy can play FS! He did it for us at times last year. He is 6ft 1 and 195 and can run good. We also have another safety on the team we signed when we signed Jarrett. His name is BRET LOCKETT. 6ft1 and 220.
Cleveland Browns Lockett was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Cleveland Browns following the 2009 NFL Draft. He was waived by the Browns during final cuts on September 6, 2009.
 New England PatriotsLockett was claimed off waivers by the New England Patriots on September 7, 2009. He was placed on injured reserve on December 9. He finished the 2009 season with seven tackles over 10 games. Following the season, Lockett was an exclusive-rights free agent before re-signing with the Patriots. He was placed on injured reserve on August 31, 2010, with a chest injury.
He was waived/injured during training camp in 2011. Lockett is expected to miss the 2011 season after tearing his groin in preseason game against the Bucs.
 New York JetsLockett was signed by the New York Jets to a reserve/future contract on January 2, 2013.
Throw Jaiquawn Jarrett into the FS mix and we have quite a few players to sort through. Lets not forget JOSH BUSH too.
I would like to see us develop our guys without panicking and trying to sign guys like HUFF. He is an excellent player but why not see what we have first? The draft might yield a gem as well.
I think WRECKS knows defensive talent. If he is not panicking over the loss of Landry and Bell, neither will I. He knows what he has to work with and wants to win!
Jarrett is a very productive collegiate safety, but he may lack the size and speed to make an impact at the next level. He is a four-year starter that seeks out contact in run support and breaks down ball carriers in the open field. In the passing game, he uses very good recognition skills to effectively cover the deep-third of the field despite less than ideal speed. It remains unclear if his toughness and instinctual advantages can make up for his size and speed deficiencies in the NFL, but he has a great attitude and work ethic and should be a middle round pick.
Jarrett is a well prepared player that is always in position. Possesses good instincts, reads quickly and is very effective in zone coverage. Flashes the ability to cover slot receivers in man coverage. Wades through traffic, fills hard in run support and is a good tackler in the open field.
Does not have the size to play near the line of scrimmage at the next level. Lacks the top end speed to be a true center fielder and will struggle to recover once he is beat. Hands are not reliable and he does not have the ball skills to be a ball hawk.
With the signing of Goodson, maybe we switch McKnight to safety in camp. Could happen.
Scrap heap garbage
Whaddya think Woody Johnson? Maybe throw some of that Tebow money to a player who can actually help your team win games?