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    JETS GIVE LB SCOTT RIGHT TO SEEK TRADE

    JETS GIVE LB SCOTT RIGHT TO SEEK TRADE

    "It's no secret the Jets are hoping to vastly improve the vibe in a locker
    room that self-combusted by the end of last season. Only problem is, they can't
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    The team paid wide receiver <a id="yui_3_4_1_1_1330389057140_294" class="player-flyout" href="/players/santonioholmes/profile?id=HOL657297">Santonio
    Holmes</a> earlier this month, unwilling to take the cap hit that would come
    with cutting a player labeled as a "cancer" by a teammate.</p>


    And now we have Bart Scott, the linebacker
    with the major mouth and minor production who the Jets granted the right to seek
    a trade on Monday, according to the New York Daily News.</p>


    Scott, a 10-year veteran who followed Rex Ryan from Baltimore to New York, is
    entering the fourth year of a six-year deal with the Jets. His struggles in pass
    coverage made him a part-time player this past season.</p>


    Like Holmes, cutting Scott, 31, would put the team into cap hell.
    Unfortunately, Scott's high salary ($4.2 million in 2012, plus a $250,000
    workout bonus) and declining production makes him an attractive trade chip only
    in the most surreal of Mike Tannenbaum's fever dreams.</p>


    All of which leaves the Jets in a position of trying to improve team
    chemistry with much of the same hazardous materials still in the mix. To quote
    Mr. Scott's most infamous line, "Can't wait."</p></div>
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    Re: JETS GIVE LB SCOTT RIGHT TO SEEK TRADE

    Scott to slow now for us. Speed is what we need at LB Stop Vick and Mc Coy. Beat Philly again and we make the play offs.

    Thanks for these updates its awesome stuff.
    Bill Loyal to the NYG logo

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    Re: JETS GIVE LB SCOTT RIGHT TO SEEK TRADE

    I have a feeling the Jets are taking a page out of JReese's handbook. The old <u>Give The Player the Right to seek a Trade Just so He Can See How Much He's NOT Worth</u> page.
    There's no such word as "Imgrate".

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