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Up until the start of the 2019 free agency period in March Youth Jamal Adams Jerseys , I’ll be running through a bunch of names the Jets could potentially bring in with their hoard of cap space. Let’s get into it!Name: Mitch MorseBirthday/Age: April 21st, 1992 (age 27 on September 1st)Height/Weight: 6’6, 305College: Missouri (selected 49th overall by the Chiefs in the second round of the 2015 Draft)Team(s): Chiefs (2015-18)Position/usage: Center. Better suited for and primarily ran a zone blocking scheme in Kansas City. Played right tackle in college2018 stats: 13 starts (11 regular season, 2 playoffs), PFF #13 center (Never use PFF ratings as gospel, but they are a solid tool to get a hint on the overall value of a player who you haven’t watched much of)FA type: UnrestrictedPrevious salary: 2015 second round, 49th overall rookie contract. $1.5M cap hit in 2018Comparable contracts:2018 - Weston Richburg (signed by SF, age 27): 5 years Jamal Adams Jerseys Stitched , $47.5M, $28.5M guaranteed2018 - Ryan Jensen (signed by TB, age 27): 4 years, $42.0M, $22.0M guaranteed2016 - Alex Mack (signed by ATL, age 30): 5 years, $45.0M, $28.5M guaranteedJets connections: Chiefs teammate of Kevin Pierre-LouisMeasurables (via mockdraftable.com)Pros:Allowed only four pressures on 443 pass-blocking snaps this past season (via PFF). Finished 2018 with the longest active streak of pass blocks without allowing a sack at 1543 Joe Namath Jersey , hasn’t allowed one since the 2015 season. His streak is the eighth-longest by an offensive lineman in the last 13 years (also via PFF)Relatively young with only four seasons in the books at just 27 years oldVery good quickness and power workout numbersIQ and smarts have been regarded as pluses since he came into the league. Uses those tools to thrive on zone runs where he can use his timing and angling to beat defenders, and in pass protection where he is a smart and aware protector.In pass pro, Morse’s instant recognition of the 4i-technique defensive end curling inside allows him to set up perfectly for a punishing pancake to open up a scramble lane for Patrick Mahomes.Cons:Only 52 of 70 (74%) career games played, including just 20 of 35 (57%) over the past two seasons. His 2017 season was cut short by a foot injury and he missed a large chunk of 2018 with a concussion, though he did return for the end of the season and both Kansas City playoff gamesI like Morse. I definitely think that Matt Paradis is a superior player and the best offensive lineman that could potentially hit the market, but Morse is a solid option B if he does shake free. His injury history is very frightening, but when healthy he is a tremendous pass protector, a good mover in space Womens Curtis Martin Jersey , and a high-IQ presence that is essential to have in the middle of your line. Maybe his injury history cuts deeply into his price tag. It will be interesting to see how the Chiefs handle Morse’s free agency, and if he shakes free, how big a deal he reels in. I’d be nervous giving Morse too much guaranteed money, but if the Jets are keen on coming out of free agency with a starting center, Morse seems to clearly be one of the two most talented options and worthy of a one-year shot. That proposition does reek of the 2018 Spencer Long deal, but Morse has a much better track record than Long had coming into New York. The focus is now on the 2019 NFL Draft, which now begins in less than two weeks. The final stages of free agency continue, though. The Jets made a small addition on Thursday by adding Ty..."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Jets StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Jets NewsYahoo Jets Team PageYahoo Jets ReportYahoo Jets Depth ChartYahoo Jets TransactionsYahoo Jets PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub 鉁昉odcast: Jets Draft talk with Tony PaulineNew http://www.jetslockerroom.com/authentic-joe-klecko-jersey ,113commentsEDTShareTweetShareSharePodcast: Jets Draft talk with Tony PaulineThe focus is now on the 2019 NFL Draft, which now begins in less than two weeks. The final stages of free agency continue, though. The Jets made a small addition on Thursday by adding Ty Montgomery. The former Packers and Ravens running back will serve as Le’Veon Bell’s backup. I will tell you why I think he is a solid fit on today’s podcast.The main focus remains the Draft, though. Joining us is Tony Pauline, who runs the Draft Analyst website. ;’Tony has been covering the NFL Draft for a long time. On today’s show he takes us through what we can expect to see Arizona and San Francisco do in front of the Jets. Then we talk about where the Jets might be going with the third pick and some of the things to watch as the 2019 Draft progresses.Thanks as always for listening to the show.


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