N.Y. Jets release veterans for cap space

The New York Jets made several veteran cuts recently on their route to rebuilding for sustained success.

General manager Mike Maccagnon made it clear from the start off his tenure that he intended to build through the draft and use free agency judiciously.
Then owner Woody Johnson announced the team was bringing back Darrelle Revis.

 Later, ten year veteran D’Brickashaw Ferguson was unceremoniously released, leaving the team without a left tackle.(after he turned down the teams ultimatum) A gaff that cost the team $10 million in a rushed signing of often injured Ryan  Clady, who, soon thereafter, again was injured.

The offensive line, effectively ignored since the 2006 top draft picks of Ferguson and Nick Mangold now must replace both players. 

Center Wesley Johnson is a free agent. Is this planning?

We discuss this and more I This week’s OneJetDrive Podcast, click the link here:

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