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The Jets Youth Wayne Chrebet Jerseys , for months, have seemed to be the perfect option for running back Le'Veon Bell. And that may indeed be the case. But the Jets may have to work out some internal issues before that happens.Manish Mehta of the reports that the Jets currently are divided on whether to sign Bell. Per the report, some don’t believe he’s worth the “anticipated price tag” of $15 million or more per year, and there are concerns about “his mileage and mercurialness.”Then there’s the concern that the Jets could once again be used as leverage for Bell to get the most money he can, from someone else. Last year, New York’s interest in Kirk Cousins (bullet dodged) helped him get $84 million over three years from the Vikings. This year, New York’s interest in Bell could get him more from someone else, like maybe the Raiders.Manish also explains that some in the building believe that the team’s new offense under coach Adam Gase doesn’t need a star running back to thrive. Of course Wayne Chrebet Jerseys Stitched , making a play for Bell would be about more than football. It would be about business, too — and the Jets have had a hard time competing from a business standpoint with the other team that plays in their stadium.That’s where the rubber could meet the road. The football people (Gase) won’t want to spend the money for a luxury player whom the Jets may not really need. The money people may not care about that, coveting the prospect of having a press conference and holding up a jersey and selling tickets and generating interest and attention and dumping cash and cap dollars into the remaining years before quarterback Sam Darnold gets a second contract. We have the third prospect on the GGN Big Board. And the winner is: Josh Allen, Edge, Kentucky! With Allen taking the third spot our crowd sourced Big Board now looks like this:Nick Bosa, Edge,..."We have the third prospect on the GGN Big Board. And the winner is: Josh Allen, Edge Infant Jachai Polite Jersey , Kentucky! With Allen taking the third spot our crowd sourced Big Board now looks like this:Nick Bosa, Edge, Ohio StateQuinnen Williams, DL, AlabamaJosh Allen, Edge, Kentucky?From now until mid April I’ll be putting up a daily poll asking GGN to vote on the best available player from a rolling list of 15 candidates. The idea here is to build a generic Big Board reflecting the community’s view of this year’s draft class regardless of the Jets’ (or any other team’s) particular needs. So for instance, the Jets do not need a QB this year Jachai Polite Jersey Draft , but that should not prevent you from placing a QB high on the Big Board. Each day we will close the previous day’s poll and the candidate with the most votes will be added to the GGN Big Board. In the event of a tie vote the tie will be broken by surname in alphabetical order. By the time the draft rolls around we should have enough players on our Big Board to cover two rounds of the draft.In the event I have made an egregious omission and a name you think should be on the poll is not there you can write in candidates in the comments section. If a player gets substantial support in the comments section I’ll add him to the next day’s poll.Try not to get overly frustrated if your guy isn’t being voted to the top of the board. We all have different views and what we’re looking for here is a composite of the best players in the community’s collective mind. Your views may or may not coincide with the community’s, and either way that’s OK.So let’s get to it. Today we vote for the number four prospect on the 2019 crowd sourced GGN Big Board. Who will it be? Vote early, vote often, and let’s hear who you think are the best players in this draft.

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