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    Quote Originally Posted by Eckesg1 View Post
    He can't hold out. There's a clause in his contract that the Jets keep him for 3 low cost years if he holds out.
    I didn't say he was going to hold out. I said he won't ever sign a contract without holding out. It's the last year of his contract. Then we owe him 9mil the following year to play for someone else. He will not however sign a contract with anyone until He gets what he wants. Even if that includes waiting into the 2014 season which is not technically holding out, but he will hold out until he gets his dollars. He would retire before he takes 12mil per.

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    Peterman would be another solid signing given his most likely Price. He is a tough, seasoned Veteran who is very durable. Great insurance for Colon or if a rookie Needs more time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flaming Mo View Post
    Peterman would be another solid signing given his most likely Price. He is a tough, seasoned Veteran who is very durable. Great insurance for Colon or if a rookie Needs more time.
    Agreed. Signing him does not mean we still can't go guard at 9.

    Just means Colon doesn't start and the Jets are building depth on the o-line, which would be nice.

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    @QueCeasar: Up studying film.... Self corrections is a part of GRIND for you Athletes

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    @ProStarSports: Congrats to the newest member of #Jets, K @DDimke13 Derek Dimke! Perfect in camp w/ #Lions in '12; a top K at @CoachZauner w/o in march!


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    @ConorTOrr: Punter Ryan Quigley RT @RQuigs46: Proud to be apart of Jet nation! Blessed for the opportunity and all the support! #JETS #BC

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    Restricted free agent RB Chris Ivory visited the Jets on Friday.

    Ivory was tendered at the second-round level, so the Jets would have to surrender the No. 39 overall pick to sign him. It's hard to see rookie GM John Idzik giving up picks -- especially a high one -- when his squad is short on talent and low on picks. We suppose he could give up the selection if Darrelle Revis nets the Jets an early-round pick in the 2013 draft from the Bucs, but a trade would have to be worked out by the April 19 RFA deadline. Ivory would be an early-down bruiser to pair with speed back Mike Goodson. The 25-year-old has averaged 5.1 YPC on 256 career totes. He's far underutilized in New Orleans.
    Like Ivory a lot, but I'll be pissed if we give up a 2nd for him. Rather draft a RB at that spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10PennyToColes87 View Post
    Like Ivory a lot, but I'll be pissed if we give up a 2nd for him. Rather draft a RB at that spot.
    agreed. what happens if Ivory doesn't sign the tender?

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    Quote Originally Posted by heymangold View Post
    agreed. what happens if Ivory doesn't sign the tender?
    I think the more likely scenario is that we go with possibility "C" from the Wiki description below. Where we make a trade for Ivory, not forfeiting a 2nd rounder for a "treaded" RB who was originally undrafted, but giving AT LEAST something in return for Ivory since the Saint's hand was forced to tender him for return value instead of possibly losing him for nothing:

    "Ivory, who doesn’t turn 25 until March 22, was an undrafted free agent, so the Saints had to give him one of the higher RFA tenders to get any draft-pick compensation if he were to depart New Orleans. By giving Ivory a one-year contract offer, the Saints retain their right to match an offer sheet to him." Link

    The Saints are deep @ RB with Thomas & Ingram, so I don't see them wanting to spend $2M+ for a 3rd string RB. Jets can pull a Patsies by initially offering a higher contract, work a trade (5th?) so that Saints get at least something and we get a bruising RB with a few more good years.


    Per Wiki:
    RFA: He can negotiate with any club through a certain date. If the restricted free agent accepts an offer sheet from a new club, his old club has "right of first refusal," a five-day period in which it may match the offer and retain him, or choose not to match the offer, in which case it may receive one or more draft picks for the upcoming draft from the player's new club. If an offer sheet is not executed, the player's rights revert to his old club the day after negotiations must end. (Answer to your question of player not signing tender)


    Examples of possible outcomes

    In addition to the following outcomes, if a player does not receive an offer sheet from his original team, he becomes an unrestricted free agent. If a player signs the offer sheet from his original team, he remains with that team.

    A)Team declining to match offer sheet. Carolina Panthers cornerback Ricky Manning, Jr. was a restricted free agent in the 2006 offseason. Based on the tender placed on Manning by the Panthers, the team would receive a third-round pick in the NFL Draft if Manning signed with another team. On April 21, the Chicago Bears signed Manning to an offer sheet - a five-year contract worth up to $23 million. Although the Panthers had a full week to decide if they wanted to match the offer sheet, they announced on April 24 that they would not match. At this time, Manning became a member of the Bears and the Panthers received a third-round draft choice in the 2006 draft from Chicago.

    B)Team matching offer sheet. Arizona Cardinals offensive guard Reggie Wells was a restricted free agent in the 2006 offseason. On March 17, the Buffalo Bills signed him to an offer sheet - a five-year deal worth approximately $18 million. Four days later on March 21, the Cardinals matched the Bills' offer sheet for Wells, and he reverted to the Cardinals.

    C)Team consummating a trade. The Miami Dolphins offered wide receiver Wes Welker a second-round tender in 2007. Although it was widely rumored that the New England Patriots would offer Welker a seven-year, $35 million deal, the Patriots ultimately traded their second- and seventh-round draft picks to the Dolphins for Welker, signing Welker to a five-year, $18 million contract.

    Here's another link answering that question on NFL.com

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    Don't want or expect Idzik to give up the pick

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    Quote Originally Posted by lamont_jordan_rules View Post
    Don't want or expect Idzik to give up the pick
    Pick 39 seems way too high. Is it possible to negotiate a lower pick (i.e. 6 or 7th) or does it have to be a 2nd rounder due to the RFA tender? It seems they'd like to move his salary and receive some kind of compensation.


    This may sound like a joke but don't they need a backup QB with Daniel leaving? Send them Tebow

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    So what time tomorrow does the 2013 Sched. get released ? or will threre be a full page sced. in the news /post paper tomorrow or Wed.?

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    9.New York Jets. Rex Ryan might want a corner (is the Pope an Argentinean?) but I hear he's awfully smitten with Barkevious (brother of Hughtavious) Mingo of LSU.

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/nfl...r_a2&eref=sihp

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