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U guys must not have seen him play. He's a young player on the rise. He's definitely an upgrade over Werner and Walden.

 

I think the Jets guy plays Inside....

 

Werner and Walden play outside.      But even if he does play outside,  you have no idea -- NONE! -- how he actually plays?

 

You just think he's a tough guy. 

 

Grigson has worked hard to trim away the knuckleheads from the roster...   and now you want to bring in one who broke the jaw of his team's Quarterback?!?     

 

Oh,  good Heavans!?!           :facepalm:             :thmdown:              :facepalm:              :thmdown:    

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A definite No Thanks!

 

Shows you how important the locker room is, and although it was out on the field the other day, why Pagano does not want fights. When Cam Newton's helmet came off the other day, if Norman would have had a clean shot, it could have been him. As far as Geno, many of the Jets blame him also for the altercation. The 6-10 weeks is a best case scenario, and if loses his job this year to Fitzpatrick, he will be looking for a new team next year.

 

Back to the locker room, and its importance. The Jets drafted him in the 6th round last year, and he had a police battery charge, assaulting an officer. Anyone who would do that, I would never want drafted, and keep him far away from our locker room. Shows you what character can do good and bad to a locker room. Now the Jets have to deal with this for the next few weeks.

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Every locker room if full of bad character players ... what's the difference? Have you done a felon count lately?

 

NFL players are no more likely to be felons than any other American, actually far less so. So quit spewing more nonsense.

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/john-a-tures/are-nfl-players-really-mo_b_5875060.html

 

http://www.psmag.com/politics-and-law/nfl-players-law-abiding-average-man-91074

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3 tackles. Definite beast.

How about continuing to fight after being pepper sprayed while assaulting a cop in college. That's a beast right?

He was expected to play a bigger role for the Jets this year but he's probably going to be one the sideline for a minute

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While I'm guessing Geno did something to pick the fight, I really don't think we need a guy who broke his QB's jaw in our locker room.

 

And there is nothing to establish that he is any good or even has a high ceiling for that matter.

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