Originally Posted by phillyjet
he would if he went to a good place, added additional years and money that he wouldn't see on the back end of this deal. And a chance at stability to rehab his career. If he knows that he is sitting in a black hole for $8.25 million for 1 year, or getting a chance to compete over 3-4 years for 14 million potentially, he might prefer that.
Question is whether there is any benefit for the Jets in trying to work with his agent to accomplish that. Patman says no, thshadow says yes. Has Jason or nyjetscap (are they the same?) commented on that?
I know you have hope for this. And I hope I am 100% wrong on if they can trade him. It's not $8.25 million we're looking at, it's 17 + mil of dead cap space.