Reacting to the Jets naming Robert Saleh as the next head coach | Get Up

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Kimberley Martin and Bart Scott weigh in on the New York Jets replacing Adam Gase with Robert Saleh as the next head coach, making Saleh the Jets’ 18th head coach in franchise history.

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