Coffee with the Jets: Overall trade value of Sheldon Richardson

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As the New York Jets head into the offseason, it’s always great to stay informed about the latest news while enjoying your favorite cup of coffee. Here are all the latest news and updates from the best sources across the internet.

Would Sheldon Richardson Fetch Only A Third Round Pick by Kenneth Teape (Empire Writes Back)

The Jets tried to trade Richardson prior to the NFL Trade Deadline this past season and looked to have a taker in the Dallas Cowboys. But, the Jets were insistent on the Cowboys trading a first round pick for Richardson, which they balked at.’

New York Jets free agency 2017: Top 5 targets by John Buhler (FanSided)

Mike Glennon hasn’t played much at all in the last two seasons as the backup quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. That is because head coach Dirk Koetter seems to have a sure thing in franchise quarterback Jameis Winston.

Rookie Review – Christian Hackenberg by David Wyatt (Gang Green Nation)

Hackenberg‘s name has been dragged through the mud most of the year. A report surfacing here that the Jets don’t have any faith in him, a report surfacing there that his accuracy was abysmal. Everyone knew that Hackenberg was a project coming in if you didn’t know, you don’t watch a lot of college football.

Jets Productivity Review: Cornerbacks by Smackdad (Gang Green Nation)

Here are the productivity numbers for Jets cornerbacks in 2016.  For cornerbacks less tackles are better. It means you weren’t targeted as much and/or when you were targeted you didn’t allow completions.  For all other figures here, more is better.  You’ll notice Darrelle Revis, somewhat surprisingly, had the second lowest tackles per 100 snaps figure among Jets cornerbacks, behind Juston Burris.

New York Jets Leonard Williams On Top 25 Under 25 Years Old List by Kenneth Teape (Empire Writes Back)

Williams, a second-year player out of USC, has cemented himself as the to player on the Jets defense and arguably on the whole roster. The Jets were happy that Williams, whom many believe to be the top prospect in the 2015 draft class, fell into their laps with the No.6 pick.

2017 NFL Draft New York Jets Prospect Profile: Marshon Lattimore by Alan Schechter (NFL Spin Zone)

One position they could look at is cornerback. Darrelle Revis is no longer an island on to himself. “Revis Island” allows tourists on a regular basis. How often? Enough for him to allow a passer rating of over 100 to opposing quarterbacks throwing his way. It is certain fair to say that it is time to start looking for his replacement.

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