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    Jets Fans and Jr. Gong

    Hard Luck ah feel fuh allyuh:


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    there goes the season

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    I feel for Chad and I feel for Herm...hard luck dey de rest. Now Chad gets tuh go put that Rhodes scholarship smarts tuh use in de real world...

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    Here we go again

    Finding a good quaterback in the NFL is like finding a good center in the NBA it's very difficult. I really don't think this is the answer for the jets but hey desperate times calls for desperate measures.

    NEW YORK (AP) - Vinny Testaverde, who spent some of his best NFL seasons with the New York Jets, is set to rejoin the team to replace Chad Pennington, lost for the season with a shoulder injury.

    The agreement was confirmed to The Associated Press on Tuesday by a person with knowledge of the deal, but who declined to be identified.
    The Jets are desperate for a veteran quarterback with the loss of Pennington, and his backup, Jay Fielder, who also injured his shoulder after replacing Pennington in Sunday's loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars.

    Brooks Bollinger, in his third season, was expected to start for the Jets in Sunday's game against Baltimore.

    Testaverde, who started for Dallas last season, was at the Jets' training complex Tuesday morning for a physical. He was unsigned when this season began.

    The agreement was first reported by Newsday on its Web site.

    Testaverde, who turns 42 in two months, grew up a few miles from the Jets complex, and was with the team from 1998 through 2003, leading them to the AFC title game in 1998.

    The first overall pick in the 1987 draft by Tampa Bay, he has played 18 seasons in the NFL with the Bucs, Cleveland/Baltimore, the Jets and the Cowboys. He is sixth on the NFL's career list of passers with 44,476 yards.

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