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Rodney Harrison's thoughts on AFC East

NBC studio football analyst Rodney Harrison co-hosted the “Under Center” program on NBC radio on Friday and here were a few sound bites of note on New England and the AFC East: Patriots and pass-catchers. “The only thing I was a little disappointed in is that they really didn’t upgrade at the wide receiver position. I knew they wouldn’t pay Darrelle Revis, and that’s just part of Bill Belichick’s DNA; he’s not paying a cornerback $16 million per year.

Offseason scorecard: Tracking the Jets' moves

General manager Mike Maccagnan wasn't kidding when he said the New York Jets would be "very active" in free agency. Catching you up on the moves: Free agents signed Darrelle Revis, CB -- Five years, $70 million ($39 million guaranteed) Buster Skrine, CB -- Four years, $25 million ($13 million) Antonio Cromartie, CB -- Four years, $32 million ($7 million) James Carpenter, LG -- Four years, $19.1 million ($5 million) Marcus Gilchrist, FS -- Four years, $22 million ($3.
Newark Star-Ledger Mar 26, 2015

Woody Johnson still hasn't spoken to Darrelle Revis since Jets re-signed him

It's more odd than it is controversial, really.
Gang Green Nation Mar 26, 2015

New York Jets Have Just Under $12 Million in Cap Space

The latest report from the National Football League Players' Association has the amount of salary cap space held by the New York Jets at $11,901,443. According to OverTheCap.com, the team will have to use a projected $6,046,013 to pay for their draft class. That leaves $5,855,430 in remaining space. Obviously, some of this money will need to be kept for any in-season signings, and the remainder will be carried over to next year. In order, the notable salary cap hits resulting from the team's transactions are as follows: Name Cap Hit Darrelle Revis $16,000,000 Brandon...

Weekly Patriots chat recap

Every Thursday on ESPNBoston.com, there is a Patriots chat. Today's chat kicked off at 11 a.m. ET, can be recapped here, and included some of the following topics: 1. Revisiting the NFL's annual meeting and the vibe around Bill Belichick and the Patriots. 2. Patriots, Jets and tampering. 3. Draft thoughts and why a defensive tackle like Florida State's Eddie Goldman could fit the bill. 4. Revisiting cornerback Darrelle Revis' remarks about the Patriots not being in the ballpark of what he was looking for financially.
Washington Post Mar 26, 2015

Redskins Blog: Jay Gruden: Redskins saw Chris Culliver as one of top cornerbacks on the market

As they evaluated the cornerbacks on this year’s free-agent market, Washington’s talent evaluators put San Francisco’s Chris Culliver near the top of their board.The team set their sights on the fifth-year veteran, and eventually signed him to a contract that will pay roughly $8 million per season. That is the third-richest annual salary that a free-agent cornerback received this spring. (Darrelle Revis will earn an average of $14 million from the Jets, and Byron Maxwell an average of $10 million from the Eagles).Read full article >>
Arrowhead Pride Mar 26, 2015

Darrelle Revis confirms Chiefs were interested in him during free agency

One of the free agency rumors making the rounds a few weeks ago was that the Kansas City Chiefs were among the teams interested in CB Darrelle Revis. As it turns out, this was accurate. The Chiefs were indeed interested, according to Revis himself who told SNY's Loud Mouths that several others were interested as well. "(It) was the Packers, Steelers, Baltimore as well as Cleveland, the Chiefs, the Jets and also the Pats, so there was a number of teams there," Revis said, per NFL.com. "I sat down and had conversations with (them) to see if we could work something out." The Revis...

McCarthy praises departed House, Williams

 Photo/ Mike McCarthy had high praise for departed cornerbacks Davon House and Tramon Williams on Wednesday. PHOENIX – Mike McCarthy had better be careful. If the Jacksonville Jaguars and Cleveland Browns decide to be as ridiculous as the New York Jets and New England Patriots have been with their silly “tampering” he-said, he-said game over Darrelle Revis, the Green Bay Packers coach could be in some trouble for all the nice things he said about the two cornerbacks he lost in free agency.McCarthy had nothing but effusive praise for both Davon House, who signed a four-year, $24.75...
Plain Dealer Mar 25, 2015

Darrelle Revis confirms Cleveland Browns were one of the teams interested in him

Former Patriots cornerback Darrelle Revis confirms a report by Northeast Ohio Media Group that the Browns were one of several teams interested in signing him this offseason.

Woody Johnson, Robert Kraft should be summoned to principal's office

The Border War started in January 1997 when the New York Jets attempted to hire Bill Parcells as their coach. The New England Patriots blocked it, so the Jets tried an end-around, making Parcells a consultant. Patriots owner Robert Kraft, livid, released a statement, calling it "a transparent farce." I have a feeling Kraft was thinking the same thing Tuesday upon learning the Jets had filed a tampering charge against him for innocuous comments about Darrelle Revis.
Newark Star-Ledger Mar 25, 2015

Jets' Darrelle Revis is psyched to be in Todd Bowles' super-aggressive defense

The cornerback returning to the Jets is more than happy to play for Bowles this season.
The Phinsider Mar 25, 2015

Around SB Nation: What Other NFL Blogs Are Discussing

Weekly, we take a look around the SB Nation family of NFL blogs. Here are the news stories and analysis they are discussing. AFC EAST: New England Patriots (via Pats Pulpit) Robert Kraft Explains Letting Darrelle Revis Go - Pats PulpitThe Patriots owner explains why New England couldn't afford to go toe-to-toe with the Jets for Darrelle Revis. New York Jets (via Gang Green Nation) Should the Jets Listen to Offers for Dee Milliner? - Gang Green NationManish Mehta had an interesting story this week about the Jets getting calls from teams interested in trading for Dee Milliner. The Jets...

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