Gregg Williams, Adam Gase
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Joe Namath knows, catching up with Al Toon and projecting the New York Jets 53-man roster hits the Sabo Radio 27 table.

Avery Williamson is done for the season. The shocking, disheartening news about the man’s ACL tear hit the world on Friday, after the release of Sabo Radio 27.

Therefore, there’s an extra inside linebacker spot up for grabs. Blake Cashman, Neville Hewitt, James Burgess and Anthony Wint are all competing to help round-out the bodies behind stud C.J. Mosley.

How exactly will the New York Jets 53-man roster look once Week 4 of the preseason comes to its conclusion?

Also, Joe Namath visited Jets camp on Monday and showcased exactly why he understands the game of football. Le’Veon Bell will only go as far as his offensive line takes him.

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Namath’s actions in Super Bowl 3 featured a coach on the field, a youngster who forced himself to grow up. Instead of worrying about stats while slinging the ball recklessly, he checked to the run and called the play to the vulnerable Baltimore Colts defensive side.

Lastly, ESNY’s Geoff Magliocchetti caught up with Al Toon. The Jets legend informed us all on what he and his family are doing these days. Toon still resides in Madison, Wisconsin and reveals just how much his family loves real estate.

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