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September 5, 2007

The Jets are interested in Reche Caldwell…for football?

Filed under: Agencies, New England Patriots, New York Jets, Sports, Sports Agent — Tags: , — emmettjones @ 3:44 pm

ESPN, the Boston Globe, and NFL league sources are reporting that the New York Jets visited with former Patriots WR Reche Caldwell on Tuesday. Yes, that Reche Caldwell…the one who played for the Jets biggest rivals in the AFC East. Maybe the Jets are just interested in obtaining another receiver? Caldwell did lead the Patriots last year in receptions (61) and yards (760) and key drops in the AFC championship game (2). But the Jets already have six (6) wide receivers, and adding Caldwell would seemingly give them unnecessary depth at the position. But why, oh why would the Jets want to talk to Caldwell if they don’t plan on offering him a contract? Maybe a look at the Jets schedule is the answer

Reche Caldwell is represented by Tony Fleming of Impact Sports Management (NOTE: his partner, Mitchell Frankel is referenced here, so search for his name on the page in order to find information for Impact Sports Management)

ESPN: Jets chat with Caldwell

New York Jets: Official Website

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3 Comments »

  1. The Jets per usual will take anything Boston.

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    Comment by firedannyainge — September 5, 2007 @ 6:14 pm

  2. […] 11th, 2007 · No Comments You may remember last week when i wrote about the New York Jets bringing in Reche Caldwell for a try-out when they already had six receivers and just a few days before they played the New […]

    Pingback by …that whole Jets/Reche Caldwell thing seems pretty tame now, doesn’t it? « Sports Agent News — September 11, 2007 @ 6:09 pm

  3. […] may remember last week when i wrote about the New York Jets bringing in Reche Caldwell for a try-out when they already had six receivers and just a few days before they played the New […]

    Pingback by …that whole Jets/Reche Caldwell thing seems pretty tame now, doesn’t it? | Sports Business Digest — November 9, 2007 @ 1:20 pm


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