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Matt Forte likely will join Wilkerson as a notable veteran cut. Should the Jets opt for Cousins at QB, they would be well positioned to draft Penn State’s Saquon Barkley, either by staying at No. 6 or making a slight trade up the board. Barkley would still be a luxury pick there.
Bates is a protege of Mike Shanahan, who is aware teams can find effective backs for the zone-blocking scheme in later rounds. The Class of 2018 is extremely deep in the backfield. Behind Barkley, there’s LSU’s Derrius Guice, USC’s Ronald Jones II and the Georgia duo of Sony Michel and Nick Chubb 锟斤拷 plenty of options for Round 2. Oregon’s Royce Freeman could be a steal beyond that.
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With Forte gone and Bilal Powell older (29) with his share of durability issues, the Jets need to reboot on the ground, and they likely will bring in multiple backs through both avenues.
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Cousins’ camp will almost certainly put the asking price at something close to a $30 million per year average and Stafford’s $60.5 million fully guaranteed at signing — still the highest total of any deal. That’s where the Broncos will have to be to get it done, especially if the Jets or Browns, with far more cap room, are willing to go big. The Broncos already have a nine-digit contract on the books in linebacker Von Miller’s $114.5 million deal. He is set to enter Year 3 of the six-year contract.