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3.  Eagles QB Michael Vick was injured this week during his pre-season matchup vs the Patriots, here’s the ACTUAL CLIP of his injury as it happened on the field.

Depending on how healthy he is, OT Jeff Otah should STILL be on the Jets radar.


4.  Jets brought in former Carolina Panthers OT Jeff Otah by way of trade.  Otah failed the physical that the Jets gave him thus negating the trade with Carolina.  Otah was released by the Panthers 2 weeks ago thus making him a free agent.  Depending on how fast he heals and the extent of his injury, I truly believe that the Jets should bring him in now while it costs them next to nothing.  Even at ½ speed, Otah is better at Right Tackle than what the Jets have over there right now.


5.   Bills name Cordy Glenn their starting LT , a move that was expected after the Bill selected him in the 2nd round of this year’s draft.  Glenn at 6’5’ 343 is a big OT that can move very well with his size and has great foot work to play the OT position adequately.  Week 1 of the NFL season, the Bills visit the Jets and it will pit Glenn up against his Senior Bowl teammate rookie DE Quinton Coples.  Though these 2 weren’t on opposite teams for the Senior Bowl, they did battle it out during practices. Coples has had a very SOLID pre-season and has shown that the Jets didn’t make a mistake drafting him before a few other prospects that were deemed better fits for the Jets.   It should be fun watching these 2 rookies go at it during week 1 of this season, who wins?  MY money is on the ROOKIE : )

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