Posted April 26, 2013 on nyj.scout.com
TEAMS: New York Jets
In a surprising move on Thursday night at Radio City Music Hall, the New York Jets took defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson with the No. 13 overall selection. Find out whether the Richardson pick is a boom or a bust for John Idzik and company.
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