Vernon Gholston Over Thomas Jones?

Keith BennettCorrespondent IMarch 2, 2010

INDIANAPOLIS - DECEMBER 27: Thomas Jones #20 of the New York Jets runs with the ball during the NFL game against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium on December 27, 2009 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Peyton Manning and many of the Colts starters were pulled from the game in the second half and the Colts went on to lose their first game of the season 29-15.  (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
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 Mike Tannenbaum could be looking for a new job next year. Keeping Vernon Glolston a bust from very start who show no fear on defense. Rex Ryan needs no player like this with no heart an don't care. He so bad Rex Ryan put Gloston on special teams. Jets players grumble at this move. Offensive line is already piss off. Faneca, Moore, Woody & Brick. Brandon Moore said cutting T.J. creates a major void.He a passionate guy like that, with the intensity he brought at certain points in the game, it ignited sparks in everybody. You would've liked to have kept a guy like that. He a true leader has a swagger about him. Leon Washington coming off a broken leg. He might have lost a step or two.T.J. rush for 1402 yards in 2009 and score 31 TD in three Jets seasons. Tannenbaum best to draft a good running back or sign one free agents. Glolston waste of money and time. If T.J. ends up with New England this would hurt Jets fan. Shonn Greene needs help he still young. 

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