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Dec 31, 2016; Atlanta, GA, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide tight end O.J. Howard (88) warms up prior to the 2016 CFP semifinal against the Washington Huskies at the Peach Bowl at the Georgia Dome. Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

On this edition of New York Jets Gang Green Daily, tight end O.J. Howard is being tossed around at No. 6 while pass rushing options are clear.

It’s still dead. By now, I’m sure you’ve seen enough mock drafts for a lifetime. Us, them, you, even your grandmother has composed a mock draft or two in relation to the 2017 NFL Draft.

Even so, this is the NFL, and these are the rules. In March and April, mock drafts must be conducted because there’s nothing else to talk about over the course of a long offseason, the longest of all the four major professional sports.

Rich Cimini of ESPN New York wonders if Mike Maccagnan and the New York Jets will stun everybody and select Alabama tight end O.J. Howard with the No. 6 selection.

Brian Costello of the New York Post lays out the pass rushing options the Jets have in front of them. Soloman Thomas, Derek Barnett, Charles Harris and Taco Charlton are four of many.

Eric Allen of newyorkjets.com takes stock of the Jets current defense.

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Darryl Slater of NJ.com wonders if the Jets could trade Sheldon Richardson for Richard Sherman.

On Saturday, it was revealed that Brandon Wilds has been out-kicking his coverage while spending time with Christina Milian.

And we also point out the 2017 Jets may not be as bad as many believe on the surface.

 NEXT: The 2017 Jets May Not Be as Bad as You Think 


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