by JJ Cameron

Patrick Ramsey's Day in DC Appear OverJust because Chad Pennington renegotiated his deal with the Jets doesn’t mean New York is settled on its starting quarterback for next season. In a sign that the club may trade for back up help, Patrick Ramsey visited the team’s complex this week.

As Mark Brunell emerged as a solid option this year, the former Redskins’ QB became more expendable. Previously, Washington was asking for a second or third round pick in exchange for Ramsey, but the price is expected to be lower as the team currently lacks leverge.

Meanwhile, the Jets could still forego a trade and use the fourth pick in this April’s NFL draft on a quarterback. Vanderbilt’s Jay Cutler has wowed scouts in combines so far. Whoever is helming New York’s offensive attack, don’t waste a fantasy pick on him.



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March 15, 2006 @ 11:21 am

[…] You know what you can stop looking forward to, Dave? Winning. The Pats don’t pay anyone stupid money, and look at the results. Three titles in five seasons, with a solid nucleus in place to compete for many more. Plus, they have four guaranteed wins a year with the Jets and Bills in the AFC East. Forget about Givens accumulating any more rings with Tennessee… although his fantasy stats will be solid enough to make him a worthy addition to your squad. […]


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March 18, 2006 @ 12:48 pm

[…] One of the worst kept secrets of the NFL rumor mill has become a reality. The Jets and Redskins completed a deal for Patrick Ramsey this week. In exchange for a sixth round pick in this year’s draft, New York picks up its potential future quarterback. […]

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