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    Cotchery signed to an extension


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    great work keeping him from hitting the open market.

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    I am at work and can't use the link. What is the deal like? Do we save any cap space with it this year or not?

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    I need $$$ terms before I can say whether this is good or bad.......

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    Very nice... The Patriot Killer is in the fold.

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    That away Mikey T.

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    I am happy Tangini was able to get that done.

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    Great !!!

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    It was just a matter of time..We all knew this was coming..Great job by the FO...We had to lock him up..


    Cant wait to see what the deal looks like..And its nice that they got it done before FA starts so we know where we stand...


    Great News!

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    There was no information on the specifics of the deal. The link only states that he has been signed to an extension. Guess we'll hear more as the day goes on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuler82
    great work keeping him from hitting the open market.
    That's a great move by the Jets.

    The next one they need to lock up is Rhodes.

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    No mention of numbers yet. Hopefully it's front loaded to take advantage of some early cap room. Either way, a great move to get him locked up for a while. This is exciting- the plan is taking further shape every day.

    Sign and keep your young core (hopefully at a reasonable price), draft smart, and fill in the gaps with smart spending in free agency.

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    Jets Sign Jerricho Cotchery to Contract Extension

    Published: 03-01-07

    By Jets PR Department

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    The New York Jets announced the signing of wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery to a contract extension. The announcement was made by Jets’ General Manager Mike Tannenbaum.

    “Jerricho Cotchery is the type of player we are looking for here,” Tannenbaum said. “He earned a starting role this year and showed the productivity and consistency we want at that position. I am pleased Jerricho will remain a New York Jet.”

    Cotchery, in his third year from North Carolina State, started all 16 games and the playoff game in the 2006 season and established career highs with 82 catches for 961 yards (11.7 yards per catch), including six touchdown receptions.

    “Jerricho Cotchery exemplifies everything we are looking for in our players," said Head Coach Eric Mangini. “He is smart, tough, hardworking, selfless, competitive and football is important to him. During training camp, he took advantage of the opportunity to compete and became not only a starter but a key contributor to what the team was able to accomplish in 2006. I am pleased that Jerricho will remain with the Jets for years to come.”

    Cotchery hooked up with Chad Pennington for the two longest plays of the Jets’ 2006 season. His 71-yard touchdown catch-and-run Week Two vs. the Patriots was the longest regular season play from scrimmage for the Jets. In the playoff game at New England, he had four receptions for 100 yards, which included a game-high 77-yard touchdown reception from Pennington.

    Originally from Birmimgham, AL, Cotchery had 25 receptions in his first two seasons as his main role was on special teams. He returned a kickoff 94 yards for a touchdown, the first score of his career, in the 2004 regular season finale at St. Louis.

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    Now this makes me happy!!!

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    YES

    Do you guys know how I feel right now ?


    Now all that matters is HOW MUCH . Please be 4m a year or under.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerry Rhodes
    YES

    Do you guys know how I feel right now ?


    Now all that matters is HOW MUCH . Please be 4m a year or under.
    Its atleast that..I would say 4-5

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    NICE.

    Now we can focus on FA. Sign your own, then, fill in the blanks.

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    The Jets finally have a capable front office. What a weird feeling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerry Rhodes
    YES

    Do you guys know how I feel right now ?


    Now all that matters is HOW MUCH . Please be 4m a year or under.
    Now if we can lock you up for the next 5-6 years, we'll be all set.

    AWESOME job keeping the Cotch.

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    Fantastic news! Will be interesting to see the details, but delighted to have Cotch the Pat Slayer signed up long term!

    Next step: Rhodes, then Hobson.

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