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Rookie Spotlight: Leonard Williams Could Contribute Immediately To New York Jets

By Danny Cox

Name: Leonard Williams
Height: 6’5″
Weight: 302 lbs.
Position: Defensive Tackle/End
School: USC
Draft Pick: Sixth overall in First Round

The New York Jets needed to do a number of things in the offseason to help improve upon the last season, which ended up being a total loss. 524 more words

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5 Early Value Bets For The 2015 NFL Season

Though the NFL regular season doesn’t kick off until Sept. 7, it’s never too early to project how the 2015 season will play out.

Can New England repeat? 458 more words

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Mo Money Mo Problems for New York Jets

When the New York Jets selected USC defensive end Leonard Williams with the sixth overall pick in the NFL Draft two things instantly became apparent. The Jets would have a dominant defensive line and now a contingency plan for star defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson. 519 more words

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NFL Vs. High School State Championships: Who Should Move?

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FORT WORTH (CBS 11 NEWS) – With knowledge that there is a conflict between the Cowboys-Jets game at AT&T Stadium Saturday December 19, and that being the weekend the Texas High School State Championship football games are to be held, which entity should step aside? 452 more words

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Al Toon vs Jerry Rice - A New "Caught In The Draft" Sneak Peek

CLICK ON THE PHOTO BELOW OF JERRY RICE FOR A SNEAK PEEK AT “CAUGHT IN THE DRAFT: 1985”

Get Caught in the Draft Thursday at 9 p.m. 246 more words

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"Caught In the Draft" - The Man Who Made Joe Namath Rich

CLICK ON THE IMAGE BELOW OF BROADWAY JOE NAMATH FOR A SNEAK PREVIEW OF “CAUGHT IN THE DRAFT: 1965”

by David Plaut, Series Producer

Even the most casual pro football fan is familiar with Joe Namath’s historic $400,000 rookie contract with the New York Jets – which, in 1965, was the largest in sports history. 400 more words

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Pre Game Playlist: "Spitting A Few Bars" With Jets Safety Calvin Pryor

New York Jets safety Calvin Pryor has one playing style, but many different styles of music.

“I would describe my music taste as a mixture,” Pryor said. 204 more words

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