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Thread: Jets To Re-Sign Ricky Sapp

  1. #41
    Quote Originally Posted by Cablebob View Post
    I guess I'm just not ready to give up on him yet. Maybe by game 10...
    He needs to get it going.If Sapp can't contribute.Or were in trouble.

  2. #42
    Quote Originally Posted by Cablebob View Post
    Wasted pick? not likely. Coples is a heck of a ball player, he doesn't seem like the brightest bulb so it could take awhile for him to really feel comfortable. He has change positions this year. He is a beast and the other team better respect him or he will eat their lunch.

    He's in his second year and missed time with a foot injury. He probably has the injury in the back of his mind. He is a freak of athleticism and will be fine. Give it some time. sheesh.
    mentioned this the other night...IMO probably still getting into NFL playing shape, up to game speed, while adjusting to his new responsibilities on the fly..The injury really set him back..

  3. #43
    Quote Originally Posted by C Mart View Post
    mentioned this the other night...IMO probably still getting into NFL playing shape, up to game speed, while adjusting to his new responsibilities on the fly..The injury really set him back..
    The guy had like 10 sacks last year with limited time. As we did last year give him time to learn. He wasnt an OLB in college and is learning a whole new role AGAIN. He wasnt a 3-4 DE and he wasnt a 3-4 OLB. Dude is still a beast when he gets going.

  4. #44
    @RavensInsider: Jets worked out linebackers Tim Fugger, Deon Lacey, Caleb McSurdy and Quan Sturdivant

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamers View Post
    The guy had like 10 sacks last year with limited time.
    5.5. Stil led the team though.

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