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    Jets Could Look To Move Cromartie, Not Revis

    http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/...onio-cromartie

    Excerpt: "ESPN New York reports there is a "small segment" of the Jets' organization that would prefer to trade Antonio Cromartie over Darrelle Revis." Read more...
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    Was just about to post this...
    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap100...darrelle-revis

    Personally, I'd give up a 3rd or maybe even a 2nd rounder for Cromartie, and having him across from Prince would really help us out at CB. Plus, unlike Revis, Cromartie wouldn't be as massive of a cap hit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toadofsteel View Post
    Was just about to post this...
    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap100...darrelle-revis

    Personally, I'd give up a 3rd or maybe even a 2nd rounder for Cromartie, and having him across from Prince would really help us out at CB. Plus, unlike Revis, Cromartie wouldn't be as massive of a cap hit.
    I wouldn't mind him playing on our team but I'm not sure if
    a)we can afford him, or
    b)if Coughlin would like the guy

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    Quote Originally Posted by egyptian420 View Post
    I wouldn't mind him playing on our team but I'm not sure if
    a)we can afford him, or
    b)if Coughlin would like the guy
    TC doesn't have to like him, Cromartie just has to do what he's asked to do.
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    $10 mil per year wouldn't work, unfortunately.

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    Honestly now that he was forced to step up to be #1 he played fairly well and didnt buckle under the pressure of the expectation to spell Revis. I think this season gave him some maturity to be completely honest. He might enjoy working for a team where hard work is actually appreciated. And he'd be a MASSIVE improvement over Corey Toaster without breaking the bank like Revis would...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flip Empty View Post
    $10 mil per year wouldn't work, unfortunately.
    Cut diehl (5 mill saved after cut cap hits) and corey (another 5 mill)... and boom.

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    He'd be nice to have vs Peyton next season.
    Quote Originally Posted by Toadofsteel View Post
    Cut diehl (5 mill saved after cut cap hits) and corey (another 5 mill)... and boom.
    Pfft. Why cut when you can restructure and restructure and restructure?

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    He had a really great season last year.

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