Greeny urges the Jets to stick with Sam Darnold and trade the No. 2 pick | Get Up

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  • ESPN published this video item, entitled “Greeny urges the Jets to stick with Sam Darnold and trade the No. 2 pick | Get Up” – below is their description.

    Greeny urges the Jets to stick with Sam Darnold and trade the No. 2 pick | Get Up

    Mike Greenberg explains why he wants the Jets to keep Sam Darnold at QB and trade the No. 2 piuck in the draft, but some of the Get Up crew urges New York to select Zach Wilson.

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    0:00 Mike Greenberg wants the Jets to stick with Sam Darnold and trade the No. 2 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.

    0:59 Chris Canty advises New York to draft QB Zach Wilson instead of rolling the dice with Darnold.

    2:53 Field Yates tells the Jets to “restart the clock” and build around Wilson.

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