AFC East Notes: Jets, Fitzpatrick, Revis, Fins

Jets GM Mike Maccagnan says he has “no regrets” about re-signing Ryan Fitzpatrick, as’s Darryl Slater writes.

We’re obviously disappointed by the season in terms of the record,” Maccagnan said. “Based on the season [Fitzpatrick] had prior to this season, he was very instrumental in a lot of our success in the 10-6 season. I have no regrets about bringing Ryan back. I think going into it, we felt very good about the season Ryan had previously. I have no regrets from that standpoint. Of course, I think everybody, and Ryan included, would probably say he holds himself to a fairly high standard. I’m sure there are aspects that he would like to … we all would like to have better success on the field as a team. But from the standpoint of bringing Ryan back, no, I don’t have regrets on that.”

Given Fitzpatrick’s struggles (and possible ceding of the job to Bryce Petty), many fans will roll their eyes at Maccagnan’s assertion. Fitzpatrick turns 34 on Thursday and the Jets will carry a $5MM cap hit on the books for him next season even though he will almost certainly be gone.

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  1. Winz305

    “I’m sure there’s plays he’d like to have back, but you watch a lot of other plays where he does give effort.”

    Correct me if I’m wrong.. but isn’t every player suppose to give effort ALL THE TIME whenever they step on the field? I watched him play the Dolphins, and trust me when I tell you.. I rarely saw any effort from him to tackle or even get in the way of ball carriers. Revis got his money and now he’s done.

    • ammythomas08

      until I looked at the paycheck saying $4730 , I did not believe that…my… brother woz like actualy bringing in money part time from there computar. . there friend brother started doing this for less than 7 months and resently paid for the morgage on there home and bought a new Cadillac …….



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