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    Bernard Pollard available? Go after him Rex!

    Bernard Pollard is that guy who yes..'Plays like a Raven' a perfect fit for Rex's defense. He single handedly decimated the Patriots offense with injuries. He is a perfect replacement as a hard hitting safety. He has to be on Rex's radar.

    What you guys think our chances of bringing him in are?

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    Pollard injured Gronk, Welker and Ridley

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    Maybe you didn't get the memo that Rex isn't in charge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYJETS2121 View Post
    Pollard injured Gronk, Welker and Ridley
    And Brady when he was a Chief!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vinny Testaverde's Niece View Post
    Maybe you didn't get the memo that Rex isn't in charge.
    Ok, Please Idzik.

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    I wanted the jets to draft Pollard wen he was in the draft. Get him while there HOTTT!

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    “Mutiny” may have been a factor in Pollard release

    Posted by Mike Florio on March 13, 2013, 2:18 PM EDT


    A string of surprising moves in Baltimore extended on Wednesday to a player who supposedly was safe.

    Safety Bernard Pollard is out, and everyone is wondering why.

    As one league source said in response to the news, “Three teams in how many years. Soon four. What does that tell you?”

    Another source says that Pollard has a reputation for being outspoken, for complaining, and for drawing too much attention to himself. He wears on a team, with his talent keeping him around for a second year or third year.

    More specifically, we’re now getting the clear impression that last year’s incident that, as reported by Mike Silver of Yahoo! Sports, was “practically a mutiny,” has contributed to the departure of Pollard — and could result in more players being purged.

    And he’s where it gets really interesting. (Or at least less uninteresting.) Silver specifically mentioned Pollard and Ed Reed as instigators of the mutiny.

    Coincidentally, we’re now getting indications that the Ravens don’t want Reed back.

    So while coach John Harbaugh handled a difficult situation very well at the time (as evidenced by the team’s Super Bowl trophy), it looks like Harbaugh may have decided that, at the appropriate time, he’ll make sure it doesn’t happen again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYJETS2121 View Post
    Pollard injured Gronk, Welker and Ridley
    Also tore Tom Brady's ACL.



    SIGN THIS BEAST!



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    Who do you think he gets next? Aaron Hernandez? Maybe he goes back for another piece of Brady...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGKIDD325 View Post
    Who do you think he gets next? Aaron Hernandez? Maybe he goes back for another piece of Brady...
    I'm predicting it right now Hernandez will end up being the top TE in fantasy football next season. Gronk will get hurt and Hernandez becomes Cindy's go-to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gangrene View Post
    “Mutiny” may have been a factor in Pollard release

    Posted by Mike Florio on March 13, 2013, 2:18 PM EDT


    A string of surprising moves in Baltimore extended on Wednesday to a player who supposedly was safe.

    Safety Bernard Pollard is out, and everyone is wondering why.

    As one league source said in response to the news, “Three teams in how many years. Soon four. What does that tell you?”

    Another source says that Pollard has a reputation for being outspoken, for complaining, and for drawing too much attention to himself. He wears on a team, with his talent keeping him around for a second year or third year.

    More specifically, we’re now getting the clear impression that last year’s incident that, as reported by Mike Silver of Yahoo! Sports, was “practically a mutiny,” has contributed to the departure of Pollard — and could result in more players being purged.

    And he’s where it gets really interesting. (Or at least less uninteresting.) Silver specifically mentioned Pollard and Ed Reed as instigators of the mutiny.

    Coincidentally, we’re now getting indications that the Ravens don’t want Reed back.

    So while coach John Harbaugh handled a difficult situation very well at the time (as evidenced by the team’s Super Bowl trophy), it looks like Harbaugh may have decided that, at the appropriate time, he’ll make sure it doesn’t happen again.
    Too bad the guy played with broken ribs in the SB.

    If that is the same player that causes a "mutiny", then I think we need some mutinies. And anybody that tries to knock Ed Reed's character is a clown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    Too bad the guy played with broken ribs in the SB.

    If that is the same player that causes a "mutiny", then I think we need some mutinies. And anybody that tries to knock Ed Reed's character is a clown.
    Maybe he signs with the Patriots and hits the guy (again) with the red jersey in training camp

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    Pollard is great, and in no way terrible in coverage or a locker room distraction.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6xoiI2ttT0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kotch View Post
    Pollard is great, and in no way terrible in coverage or a locker room distraction.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6xoiI2ttT0
    Well, it seems like he has some stellar moves. Merge this video with Mcginley's male hotties thread.... Should fit right in

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    We need a new hit man in the Jets defensive backfield, he could be it

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    Well then lets go all the way and get Pollard and Reed. Rex should be able to pull some strings and give us some hope for next season. Maybe if the Jets appear to have some hope by getting an offensive player or 2 then maybe we can attract these 2 safties and bring some enthusiasm back to this team?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYJETS2121 View Post
    Bernard Pollard is that guy who yes..'Plays like a Raven' a perfect fit for Rex's defense. He single handedly decimated the Patriots offense with injuries. He is a perfect replacement as a hard hitting safety. He has to be on Rex's radar.

    What you guys think our chances of bringing him in are?
    Son, Rex is not in charge anymore. Get over it.

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    If you can't cover them .... break them.

    Pollard or bust.

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    pollard has more moves than half the flightgirlz. im out of words.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    If you can't cover them .... break them.

    Pollard or bust.
    Sure, he is not the greatest in coverage and might get a few stupid penalties. But the fear he puts into opposing receivers going over the middle is worth a ton.

    We want an attacking, menacing defense?! Pollard is your man!

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