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MessaggioInviato: Mar Ago 13, 2019 9:27 am    Oggetto:  communication. He says it’s harder to predict when it will a
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NEW YORK (AP) — The Jets‘ massive offseason makeover is about to take another critical step.New York has the No. 3 overall pick in the NFL draft for the second straight year
, and general manager Mike Maccagnan has a chance to add a big-time difference-maker to his overhauled roster.Last year, the Jets got the quarterback they believe will be the face of the franchise for a long time in Sam Darnold.This time around, they’re looking for someone to punish opposing signal callers with Ohio State’s Nick Bosa, Kentucky’s Josh Allen and Alabama’s Quinnen Williams all in the mix.That is, if Maccagnan chooses to stay put, of course. He sent a clear message during the NFL combine in February that the Jets will certainly be open for business as far as draft-day trade talks. The Jets have just six picks, including two third-rounders, and one each in the fourth, sixth and seventh rounds.“Right now, we feel good at No. 3, but I’d definitely say if there’s an opportunity to trade down, we would absolutely look at it,” Maccagnan said.“If we end up picking a player at No. 3, we’ll feel really good. If there’s an opportunity for us to move back and acquire more picks, that’s something we’d definitely be potentially interested in.“It would have to be the right kind of deal, but I definitely wouldn’t rule anything out at this point in time.”If they do stay put, they’ll be assured of adding a player who would fill one of the major holes still remaining after on offseason filled with changes through firings, hirings, trades and free agency, including a new coach (Adam Gase), a fiery defensive coordinator (Gregg Williams)
, one of the best running backs in the game (Le’Veon Bell), a playmaking inside linebacker (C.J. Mosley) and a bulldozing left guard (Kelechi Osemele).Oh, and the makeovers aren’t limited to just the roster. The Jets will be rockin’ flashy redesigned uniforms with a refreshed logo and metallic green helmets this season that have the players and many fans fired up.“It’s a new era,” safety Jamal Adams said. “It’s a new start.”Here are some things to know before the Jets go on the clock:GETTING TO THE QBThe Jets have been looking for a game-wrecking pass rusher for years, and they’re still in the hunt for one.They weren’t able to address that during free agency, with top options Justin Houston, Za’Darius Smith, Trey Flowers, Shaquil Barrett and Preston Smith all ending up elsewhere.That means New York will zero in on defensive end Bosa, outside linebacker Allen or defensive tackle Williams if they stay at No. 3. If Allen’s still there, consider this: the team’s last outside linebacker with double-digit sacks was John Abraham with 10½ in 2005. Yeah, it’s been a while.MAN IN THE MIDDLEVersatile offensive lineman Jonotthan Harrison was re-signed after he started the final seven games at center, but it’s uncertain if he’s the starter.The Jets considered Matt Paradis in free agency, but didn’t sign him. The only other player on the roster who has regularly played the position is Jon Toth, who spent last season on the practice squad.So, if the Jets do trade down and get a second-rounder, North Carolina State’s Garrett Bradbury or Texas A&M’s Erik McCoy could solve another big question mark.BIG BOYS UP FRONTOther than center, it appears the rest of the Jets’ offensive line is set with Osemele, left tackle Kelvin Beachum, right tackle Brandon Shell and right guard Brian Winters. But beyond that, there’s very little depth.Keeping Darnold protected is priority No. 1 for the franchise
, so New York could aim to add a potential starter in the draft. Also, Beachum is signed only through this season and will turn 30 in June, so New York could be in the market for a left tackle to eventually replace him.TURNING THE CORNERCornerback Trumaine Johnson was the Jets’ big addition in free agency last year, but struggled with a quadriceps injury and inconsistency in his first season in New York. He’ll be counted on to bounce back this season, but it’s unclear who’ll be on the opposite side.Morris Claiborne has not been re-signed, so it could be Darryl Roberts, who has been mostly a spot starter at both cornerback and safety. The Jets also signed Brian Poole , who has been one of the league’s top nickel corners. So, they might look to add to the position in an early round.BY THE NUMBERSThe Jets have selected third overall in the NFL draft just twice, including last year when they traded up to get Darnold.The other time: 1981, when they took running back Freeman McNeil, the franchise’s second-leading rusher. EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — There is no doubt the New York Giants have the talent at the skill positions to be a success on offense.It starts with two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning at quarterback and extends to three-time Pro Bowl receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and No. 2 overall draft pick Saquon Barkley at halfback. Sprinkle in receiver Sterling Shepard and second-year tight end Evan Engram and there is plenty of explosiveness for new coach Pat Shurmur’s squad to put up some points.The question mark is the revamped offensive line, which can best be described as five players trying to form a cohesive unit — basically a new group.Left tackle Nate Solder was signed as a free agent after spending seven seasons taking care of Tom Brady’s blind side for the Patriots. The signing forced 2015 first-round draft choice Ereck Flowers to move from left tackle to the right side. Left guard Will Hernandez was drafted in the second round in April. Right guard Patrick Omameh was signed as a free agent, while Jon Halapio is transitioning from guard to center.“Hey, we’re going to go as far as that line will block for us,” Shurmur said Monday after the Giants practiced for Friday’s night annual preseason game against the Jets at MetLife Stadium.The line saw limited action in the preseason games against the Cleveland Browns and Detroit Lions. It sprung Barkley for a 43-yard run on the opening play from scrimmage against the Browns to set up a field goal. New York put together a 17-play, 79-yard drive on the second series against the Lions that halfback Wayne Gallman capped with an 8-yard touchdown reception from Davis Webb.Some of the line play has been good. Some has not, with Manning under pressure in the first game, and the running game struggling in the second.“We are all aware of the job that’s expected of us, and we’re all ready to step up to the plate and take on that challenge
,” said Omameh, who is playing for his fourth team. “It’s just a matter of us continuing to build and improve and be where we want to be when the season hits.”Shurmur has changed some things in the locker room to help. All the linemen have their lockers in the same area. Last year, the line was divided on two sides of the room, with one group in a corner and the others in the middle of the room.Hernandez, who brings an edge to the line, understands things are not going to be perfect from the start.“For me, it’s a we-have-to-do-this-now mentality,” he said. “I think we all have that mentality. We don’t have a year to two to get good or to start doing well. We have to do this now. That’s our mentality. We work at it every day, to make sure by the time we roll up to the first game, we’re ready to go.”Halapio, who didn’t get into the lineup at guard until the final six games last season, said practicing with the Lions for three days last week helped the line work on its communication. He says it’s harder to predict when it will all come together.“It’s a process,’ he said. “We don’t to play the whole entire preseason game, so I can’t say there is a timetable. You improve from the prior week. We did that with Detroit compared to the Cleveland Browns. That’s what we are looking for.”Outside linebacker/defensive end Olivier Vernon has been impressed with how the linemen have bonded.“That translates well on the field when it comes down to it,” Vernon said. “I think their attitude is one of the things that I’ve noticed, especially going against them in practice and since OTAs. They got depth in that group, too, as well. They have a lot of guys that are working. They’re working, they’re building that chemistry. That’s one thing you like to see in the offensive line group.”
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