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    NYJ assistant GM Scott Cohen gaining support

    @JasonLaCanfora

    "With SF's Tom Gamble's star not as bright with the Jets right now, hearing NYJ assistant GM Scott Cohen gaining support"

    https://twitter.com/JasonLaCanfora/s...28226535206914

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    lol

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    such a ****ing joke

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    J-E-S-T! JEST, JEST, JEST!

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    umm...[insert facepalm]

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    Jason La Canfora ‏@JasonLaCanfora
    Heard the Browns were keeping an eye on Scott Cohen as well for their ongoing GM search

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    I still think its Caldwell.. He is te only candidate to get a second interview and Woodys Jet him bought him from Atlanta to NJ for today.. I think they won't let him go until a deal is signed..

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    I'm trying to be a voice of optimism right now, but if Woody turns around and hire Cohen & brings in Cam Cameron, I will apologize to all of you doom and gloomers on this board.

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    Oh boy.

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    I wanna hurl......

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    if they pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to a search firm and then hire the guy down the hall, i think i'm done.

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    If this is the case this whole thing was a dog and pony show acting as if they were testing the waters even though they knew this was the guy the entire time.

    Gamble, Korn/Ferry, going to Georgia etc...


    I would be VERY, VERY upset if this were the case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by augustiniak View Post
    if they pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to a search firm and then hire the guy down the hall, i think i'm done.
    Only if that was the original plan all along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bgivs21 View Post
    I still think its Caldwell.. He is te only candidate to get a second interview and Woodys Jet him bought him from Atlanta to NJ for today.. I think they won't let him go until a deal is signed..
    Caldwell and JAX fell thru due to money. He's probably just using us for leverage. Cohen with Rex making all the decisions is our future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuler82 View Post
    I'm trying to be a voice of optimism right now, but if Woody turns around and hire Cohen & brings in Cam Cameron, I will apologize to all of you doom and gloomers on this board.
    Cohen I don't have a big problem with but I will absolutely cry if Cam Cameron is the offensive coordinator.

    Don't get why people have a big problem with Cohen. Can never know which things he was on board with and which things he wasn't.


    Also doesn't make a ton of sense with some people here who seem to think that Caldwell and Gamble are guarantees. We don't have an idea of how much they were involved with either. Every big decision is made by the GM himself. Or coach if you are talking about teams like New England.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eckesg1 View Post
    Only if that was the original plan all along.
    that couldn't have been the plan. then again, this is the jets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fidelioion View Post
    If this is the case this whole thing was a dog and pony show acting as if they were testing the waters even though they knew this was the guy the entire time.

    Gamble, Korn/Ferry, going to Georgia etc...


    I would be VERY, VERY upset if this were the case.
    But why would spend money and time on that? That doesn't make logical sense.

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    This prolly means neither Gamble or Caldwell like the amount of say Rex has.

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    It's not the candidates, it's the Jets.

    The sooner we all accept that the better. The "there is only 32 of these jobs" argument is nice but not when the one in question is for a completely dysfunctional franchise.

    Today's presser did not help our cause either.

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