Wednesday, June 3, 2015

New York Jets Positional Roster Review: Cornerbacks

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New general manager Mike Maccagnan’s offseason spending spree was heavily focused on upgrading a position that was arguably the worst in football last season: Cornerback. Maccagnan did just that, investing over $127 million in three players who should anchor the Jets’ secondary for the next several seasons.

Welcome Back - Darrelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie

Almost two years after former general manager John Idzik traded Revis to Tampa Bay for a first-round pick, Maccagnan brought the All-Pro cornerback back home to the team that drafted him, signing Revis for five years and $70 million after he won a Super Bowl with the Patriots. Maccagnan reunited Revis with his old partner in crime as well, signing Cromartie for four years, $32 million.

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