Geno Smith experienced one of the biggest draft-day freefalls in recent memory, dropping from the top 10 to nearly the middle portion of the second round.
The "crime" hasn't gone unpunished.
The New York Daily News reports the newly-minted Jets quarterback has fired his agents due to "displeasure over his draft position."
Sources tell the Daily News that Smith thought he "would and should" be the draft's top overall pick, despite reps from the Select Sports Group giving him "no assurance" of where he'd be selected. Nevertheless, Smith felt the need to go in a different direction after falling to the Jets at No. 39.
Though he potentially could've landed with Gang Green at Nos. 9 or 13, Smith was never a realistic shot to end up in Kansas City at No. 1 overall.
After day one ended with him still on the board, Smith decided to pack up and leave New York, before a last-minute change of heart had him return to Radio City Music Hall on day two. Presumably, his now-former ...