2010 NFL Mock Draft: New York Jets Seven-Round Picks Possibilities

February 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With a trio of rookies in key positions last year the Jets exceeded most expectations. Unpredictable and charismatic, Rex Ryan was impressive in his coaching debut. Mike Tannenbaum will need to make his early picks in the 2010 draft count because they traded their third, fourth and fifth-round picks. However, they are set to receive one of Philadelphia Eagles two fifth-round picks from the “conditional picks” part of the Lito Sheppard deal. As one of the final playoff teams to make a divisional round appearance, Tannenbaum will be somewhat handcuffed in the free agency market. First, a quick look at both sides of the ball before the seven-round mock draft. OFFENSE Matt Sanchez should improve after his okay, sometimes shaky rookie season. Shonn Greene impressed the team enough in limited action to the point Thomas Jones probably won’t return unless a restructured deal is reached. Ownership has 3.3 million reasons not to pick up his option but that would leave them without p...

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