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Report: Jets want Sheldon Richardson back, and that makes sense

Report: Jets want Sheldon Richardson back, and that makes sense
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Gang Green wants the defensive end back when he hits free agency this offseason. The Jets traded Richardson to the Seattle Seahawks prior to the 2017 season for WR Jermaine Kearse and a 2018 second-round pick.

A second tour of New York would be an interesting move for both sides given Richardson’s tumultuous time with the Jets, but it would also make some sense.

All signs point to the Jets cutting habitually late DE Muhammad Wilkerson this offseason. That would leave a gaping hole on New York’s defensive line, a hole that could easily be filled by Richardson given his familiarity with Todd Bowles’ defense and the team overall.

The Jets, who will have more than $80 million in cap space, too. He’ll test the free agent waters, could probably get Richardson at a decent rate, but it’s hard to see any team spending big on the lineman given his recent production. In his last 28 games (15 with the Jets, 13 with the Seahawks), Richardson has 99 tackles, 2.5 sacks, two forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries and one interception.

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One factor contributing to Richardson’s mediocre production is a lack of stability. Bowles moved the lineman around in New York thanks to an overflow of linemen, having him play some outside linebacker. However, with Wilkerson’s impending departure, Richardson could return to the team that drafted him at his natural position. He proved a force to be reckoned with when lining up as a three-technique defensive tackle.

The former Pro Bowl defensive end was a healthy scratch on Sunday for the second straight week, a source said., and the team's intention is to deactivate him in the season finale as well

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"I made him inactive," Bowles said. "Coach's decision."

Wilkerson, watched the game from the sideline. He was unavailable to reporters after the Jets' third straight loss., wearing team sweats

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"Everybody healthy practices," Bowles said. "He didn't know he wasn't going to play. I didn't know he wasn't going to play."

The Jets are planning to release him before the third day of the league year in March, when his $16.8 million salary becomes fully guaranteed.

Right now, a primary reason why the Jets decided to sit him on Sunday. The team could be on the hook for the money if he were to suffer a serious injury., the salary is guarantee for injury

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Wilkerson has been disciplined at least four times in three years for being late to meetings.

Wilkerson, coming off a 12.5-sack performance in 2015, $86 million contract before the 2016 season. Since then, signed a five-year, he has managed only eight sacks in 28 games. He was a first-round pick in 2011.

By the end of this season, they’ve received a chronically late under-performer who has repeatedly violated and disrespected the immense trust placed in him by the franchise., the Jets will have paid defensive lineman Muhammad Wilkerson $37 million over the past two years. In return

Still, on Wednesday in Florham Park, speaking for the first time since he was benched and left home for the Jets’ loss to the Saints in New Orleans this past weekend, Wilkerson refuted the notion that he failed to live up to the contract he signed before 2016.

“I feel like I’ve earned everything I’ve gotten, who practiced fully Wednesday.,” said Wilkerson

“Because I feel like I’ve earned it,” Wilkerson responded.

His play on the field and actions off it tell a different story, though.

Wilkerson has eight sacks in 28 games since he inked the five-year, $86 million deal after 2015, when he led the Jets with 12 sacks. He’s been benched for tardiness four times in the past three seasons, including twice this month.

Todd Bowles also sat out Wilkerson for the first quarter of the Jets’ win over the Chiefs on Dec. 3 at MetLife Stadium, after he arrived late to a meeting. Wilkerson committed the same offense Friday before the Jets flew south to play the Saints.

When asked Wednesday if he feels like Jets fans should still trust him, “Next question.” The 28-year-old gave the same response when asked if he thinks he let the organization down., Wilkerson said

Despite his transgressions, Wilkerson believes he’s a still a “leader” in the Jets locker room.

“I feel like I’m a leader because of the things I’ve done, helping, you know, you know, build this organization,” said Wilkerson, who the Jets drafted in the first round of the 2011 draft.

Wilkerson’s agent Chad Wiestling attempted to blame Todd Bowles last week for his client’s latest off-field mistake. Wilkerson refused to address that topic Wednesday. Bowles said he’s “not going to get into that.”

The reality is Wilkerson’s days at One Jets Drive are numbered. A team source told the Daily News on Dec. 7 that Wilkerson is “gone” after this season, more than a week before his latest rules violation. A second benching only drove the stake deeper.

The Jets will save $11 million in cap space if they release Wilkerson before the third day of the league year in March. They’ll incur a $9 million dead-money charge, but the move would still raise their total cap room for this offseason above $90 million.

Wilkerson said he is “happy” being a part of the Jets, but “that’s up to the coaches and that’s up to the organization if I’m going to be here or not” after this season.

“I let the team down,” Wilkerson added. “I respect what coach did.”

Bowles said he has not yet determined if Wilkerson will play Sunday when the Chargers come to East Rutherford.

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The smart move for the Jets is to sit Wilkerson for the final two games. If Wilkerson suffers a catastrophic injury before the end of this season, his 2018 salary of $16.75 million becomes guaranteed.

When asked Wednesday if the Jets have considered these potential financial ramifications, “We’ll discuss everything as the week goes on.”, Bowles said

“We talked about a lot of things,” Bowles added. “But he served his sentence.

“Guys make mistakes during the year. To say that Mo was the only one late during the year or anything else like that, and you move on. It’s never personal. You try to do what’s best for the team and we go from there.”, we’d be sitting here lying. But you discipline the players as you see fit. They serve their punishment

Wilkerson spoke with a group of his teammates Monday to address his benching. He would not disclose what his message was.

“If they respect me, they respect me, they don’t. I understand,” Wilkerson said. “If they don’t, and I just got to move forward.”  

The former Pro Bowl defensive end was a healthy scratch on Sunday for the second straight week, a source said., and the team's intention is to deactivate him in the season finale as well

Coach Todd Bowles, speaking after the Jets' 14-7 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers, saying, was noncommittal on Week 17, "We'll see."

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"Everybody healthy practices," Bowles said. "He didn't know he wasn't going to play. I didn't know he wasn't going to play."

The Jets are planning to release him before the third day of the league year in March, when his $16.8 million salary becomes fully guaranteed.

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“If it weren’t for him, I feel like we’d be terrible. We would be awful,” Maye told the Daily News Friday in Florham Park, as the Jets prepared for a home matchup with the Chargers this weekend. “I could honestly say I’ve learned probably more ball within these couple months than I have since I’ve been playing football.”

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Wilson — a former assistant with the Rams who joined Bowles’ staff in January after the organization parted ways with previous defensive backs coach Joe Danna — has turned around a Jets secondary that was among the league’s worst last season.

Obviously, adding better players helped. Adams and Maye are talented youngsters whom the Jets acquired with their first two picks in the draft. They stabilized the safety position after Calvin Pryor and Marcus Gilchrist struggled in 2016. Morris Claiborne, has emerged as a legitimate No. 1 corner, who signed a one-year deal with Gang Green this offseason, matching up admirably with opponents’ top receivers.

But Wilson’s role in getting the best out of his players cannot be overlooked.

“He’s a natural-born leader, a group of guys,” safety Rontez Miles told the News. “He’s been put on this Earth to lead, a team maybe one day. He just knows his s--t, and you can tell he knows because, since he’s been here, I dramatically grew as an individual, as a player.”

Miles said Wilson started having an influence from the moment he arrived at the Jets’ facility.

“From Day One, as soon as he opened his mouth, snapping his fingers,” Miles said, “it was a contagious reaction.”

Maye admires how “detailed-oriented” Wilson is. Several defensive backs in the Jets locker room, including Maye, something he picked up on while watching film. And come game day, related a regular occurrence: Wilson will focus on a specific play or scheme from that week’s opponent, the offense will run exactly what Wilson was preaching in practice.

“Every game, chuckling. “He’s literally 100 percent on the season.”,” Maye said

The detailed advice isn’t only for the young guns, a 28-year-old veteran, either. Buster Skrine, said this week he’s been a “smarter player” this season because of Wilson. One example: Skrine plays nickel cornerback for the Jets, a position that functions almost like a linebacker in Bowles’ scheme. Under Wilson’s guidance, Skrine has started reading offensive linemen pre-snap, something he’d never done before in his career.

“You can look and see if a lineman has a heavy hand, which means he’s down in the ground super hard. That means it’s going to be run, it’s going to be pass. So right there,” Skrine said. “If he’s sitting back, I already know what’s about to come.”

Wilson is affecting Jets defensive backs of all ages this season. But perhaps his most important contribution is how he’s aided the development of Maye and Adams.



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