BREAKING NEWS:Olu Fashanu, a first-round choice of the Jets, accepts his rookie contract

The Jets’ proactive approach of signing their top pick months before training camp begins is encouraging.

In actuality, other from small issues like offsets and bonus schedules, there isn’t much room for negotiation with the rookie compensation scale. Nevertheless, the Jets have recently found it more difficult to manage these problems than any other NFL team. Over the fourteen years of the current rookie salary scale model, the team has had an excessive amount of holdouts who would have been first round picks at the start of camp. Several general managers have experienced this, which raises the possibility that there may be an ownership issue.

However, there is always plenty of time to work things out before we get to a crisis point—there are around three months between the Draft and the start of training camp. The Jets will not be faced with the

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