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Malcom Butler will be meeting with the New Orleans Saints later on in the week to discuss a possible deal. Tom King of the Nashua Telegraph calls in and helps Christian figure out what the other NFL teams are doing because no one is making moves.
Mut is joined by Rich Keefe at the top of the hour. The two of them discuss reports of the Jet's attempts at wooing Dont'a Hightower, and get into Malcolm Butler's contract frustrations.
Wide receiver: The Patriots probably won’t go after any of the names — or even the semi-famous ones, like Laveranues Coles . (If Eric Mangini were still in charge of the Jets and the money was right, New England would have hopped on this
Finally, what was Deltha O'Neal pointing at on the Jets' game-winning overtime drive? While he was gesturing, Laveranues Coles got off the line clean and picked up 16 yards on second-and-10, a play that saw yet another missed tackle from Meriweather
Kyle Orton owners might need a backup plan because HE has a bye week.) Both Jerricho Cotchery (shoulder) and Laveranues Coles (head, thigh) missed practice for the Jets on Wednesday and are questionable for the game with KC on Sunday. If
Jerricho Cotchery caught just one pass vs. the Pats last week and clearly hasn’t jelled with Favre yet. Ditto for Laveranues Coles (just four catches in two games). Can Vincent Jackson step up and play well in back-to-back games? I need
on Cotchery that looked a lot worse to the naked eye than it did on replay. He was helped by an early drop from Laveranues Coles before giving up the big, 54-yard gain to Coles on a Favre scramble in the second quarter. Rodney Harrison, as usual, was all over
According to ESPN.com’s Adam Schefter , the Jets are re-signing wide receiver Laveranues Coles . New York had waived Coles on Aug. 29. The 32-year-old isn’t expected to dress for the Jets’ game Monday night against
York Jets. Gone is Brett Farve, replaced by rookie quarterback Mark Sanchez. Gone is veteran possession receiver Laveranues Coles , while second-year tight end Dustin Keller figures to see a much heavier receiving load in 2009. "He’s a good receiver, a tough guy to stop. I think we’ve seen