I read somewhere...and excuse me for not having the link...that Gamble is scheduled to come in this weekend?
I've got a feeling the Woody knows that he wants Gamble, couldn't get him here to this weekend, and put off the presser until Tuesday with hopes of having Gamble wrapped up by then.
There are other opportunities. Why would Gamble want the Jets? It is not enough that the Jets want him. Two way street.
The Jets are a totally dysfunctional organization. Why join a down team?
He is used to quality. Why go down.
This is the dream scenario right here.OK how about Gamble fires Rex and hires a Offensive minded Coach that doesn't have the Revis itch like Rex did.. Gamble trades Revis for what he can get and goes about the process of building a NFL Offense.. I would be cool with that..
Most of the GM candidates that have been rumored to interview with us
are from scouting backgrounds. For those who scoff at why would Gamble
take the job here are some facts:
- There are only 32 of these jobs in the world
- You are going to be given a 4-5 year contract worth between 8-12 million
- After spending years travelling the back roads of the U.S. scouting
colleges you are going to be able to create your own NFL team
Remember these candidates probably started out as "gofers" in football
offices and worked their way up the organizational ladder. The above
factors make any GM job attractive no matter what people & media
Nobody wants to trade him because of his play on the field. We are smart enough to see that he does not fit on a rebuilding team, he is a pain in the ass with contracts and holdouts and his demands too much money when we already have a pro bowl qb under contract.I don't understand why people want to trade the best defensive player in football. Have you guys forgotten how good Revis is?
We are rebuilding, if we can get two second rounders for him, we do it.
Its Tom Gamble's job to find one.Riddle me this Zippy, who's the QB