- Darrelle Revis to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for a 2013 1st and 3rd round draft picks and a 2014 5 round draft pick.
- Jets trade a 2013 5th round draft pick for RB Chris Ivory. The Jets have already said there not willing to give a 2nd round pick. And think about is Anquan Boldin want for a 6th round pick coming off a great season. And Chris has talent ,but was buried in the depth chart.
Rd1: Geno Smith. Surprise!!! If the Jets truly want to start over, draft a quarterback and this is your guy.
Rd1: Tavon Austin. When the Jets drafted Mark Sanchez they wanted to build around him by trading up for Percy Harvin unfortunately it didnt work out that way. Now is your chance to start over with WVU teammate Tavon Austin. This kid will be something special. He has blazing speed and great hands and vision. He will most likely be a slot receiver. So hopefully former 2nd round pick Stephen Hill will be what the Jets need him to be.
Rd2: Khaseem Greene. He was a monster for Rutgers last year racking up 136 tackles, 6 sacks and 6 forced fumbles along with 2 picks and 5 batted passes. Would be a immediate upgrade over Calvin Pace and would slide into the starting outside linebacker spot.
Rd3: Dallas Thomas. A great Run blocker/ Pass blocker, would start from day 1 along side Willie Colon.
Rd3: Phillip Thomas. Plays great in the passing game racking up 8 interceptions for Fresno state. He could cover the tight ends in our division. And would start at Free Safety.
Rd4: Jordan Reed. A incredibly gifted Tight End. Very explosive and fast at his position, has great hands and finds himself always open. Which makes him a reliable target for quarterbacks.
Rd6: Lonnie Pryor. He is my steal of the draft. he is the swift army knife at the fullback position. He is a great run blocker, has a nice set of hands and he can also run the ball if needed.
Rd7: Maybe you can find a corner-back here maybe a Brandon McGee from Miami or a Corey Broomfield from Mississippi St.