Kyle Wilson should earn an escalator in his contract that increases his salary to slightly over $3 million which
may be a bit steep for a player whose upside is nothing more than a nickel corner. The Jets could opt for
a low cost extension or an outright release of the former first round pick. Nothing is guaranteed in his
contract so they could wait things out with him since salary cap space would not appear to be tight.
Misleading thread title. Makes you think we already released him.
I think we are going to do exactly what Jason said. Hang on to him unless we need the cap room. Also see how things unfold in FA and the draft. Its obvious the Jets view him as nothing more than a 3rd or 4th CB which is disappointing considering he was a 1st rounder. No other way to slice it.
He has slightly improved over the yrs.. But surely did not live up to expectations.. He is a pretty decent nickelback, but nickelbacks don't make 3 mil as far as I know.. Cut him and try to resign him for 1 mil..