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Der ehemalige Jets-Manager ist der Meinung, dass Russell Wilson Rodgers‘ Ersatz sein sollte

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Former NFL General Manager Mike Tannenbaum recently created a hypothetical NFL locker room segment that is so chaotic it’s painful to even think about. The ESPN morning show team debated potential landing spots for Russell Wilson if he is excluded from the Denver Broncos, with Tannenbaum suggesting the New York Jets as a potential fit.

Tannenbaum’s suggestion was met with groans and laughter from the rest of the panel, but he went on to share an anecdote about how signing Vinny Testaverde in the past saved the Jets‘ season. However, Tannenbaum’s suggestion of bringing Wilson into the Jets‘ already problematic situation was not well received.

The panel discussed possible destinations for Wilson, concluding that his options would likely be limited due to the league’s lack of open starting positions. They also noted the hefty financial commitments and strained relationships tied to some of the potential teams that make them unlikely landing spots for Wilson.

The discussion highlighted the importance of having a solid backup option for a team’s starting quarterback and the potential pitfalls of bringing in a high-profile player without considering the overall team dynamic. The Jets‘ tumultuous past and present situation were also noted as reasons why adding Wilson to the mix may not be the best move for the team.

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