Found February 09, 2012 on
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Lost in the commotion of Santonio Holmes being guaranteed his contract for the next two years and the Linsanity in New York City, is the fact that the Jets didn’t release right tackle Wayne Hunter yesterday. As a matter of fact, they guaranteed his 2.45 million base salary for the 2012 season.
Yes, the same Wayne Hunter who was the human turnstile this season, nearly got Mark Sanchez killed on multiple occasions, and was ranked the fifth worst offensive tackle in football by Pro Football Focus. One of my main memories of this past season was watching the Jets/Eagles game with my good friend who was an All-American college football lineman and is currently an offensive line coach for a prep school in Philadelphia. After watching Jason Babin embarrass the Jets entire line, he commented he had never seen a NFL lineman both look so confused and have worse technique than what he saw from Hunter that day.
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There are plenty of New York Jets fans calling for the head of Santonio Holmes today. It isn’t happening. It was never going to happen. Yes, they are now on the hook for not just his 7.75 million this year but also his 7.5 million next year and honestly it was a no brainer for the organization not to release him today.
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The New York Jets are banking on wide receiver Santonio Holmes and quarterback Mark Sanchez working out their differences.
A clause in Holmes' five-year contract was trigged Wednesday morning, guaranteeing the wideout $7.5 million for the 2013 season.
Holmes, who just completed his second season with the Jets, was already assured of guaranteed money for 2012.
The Jets have maintained that Santonio Holmes was going to return next season despite his highly publicized rift with quarterback Mark Sanchez. Now that Holmes is still a Jet Thursday, there's little doubt he's going anywhere.
Despite being benched for the final game of the regular season and feuding with QB Mark Sanchez, WR Santonio Holmes remains a member of the New York Jets. This morning was the deadline for the New York Jets organization to make a decision on Santonio Holmes and whether or not he would remain on the club due to a trigger in his contract. If he remained on the roster as...
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Santonio Holmes was shipped out of Pittsburgh and very few suitors came a knockin’ before the 2010 season. The Jets brought the troubled WR on board and signed him to a $45 million deal that included a $7.75 million guarantee. He was due an additonal $7.5 million after the second waiver period. That was Tuesday the 7th.
The Jets made...
It appears Santonio Holmes is sticking around _ just as the New York Jets said he would.
It appears Santonio Holmes is sticking around - just as the New York Jets said he would.
NEW YORK (AP) -- It appears Santonio Holmes is sticking around -- just as the New York Jets said he would.
It appears Santonio Holmes is sticking around -- just as the New York Jets said he would.
The Jets made good on their promise to keep wideout Santonio Holmes on Wednesday morning, and their wallet is a lot lighter because of it.
Before Tuesday, the Jets owed receiver Santonio Holmes $7.75 million in guaranteed base salary in 2012. They now owe him another $7.5 million in guaranteed base salary in 2013. A report from Brian Costello of the New York Post prompted a second look at Holmes’ contract. The $7.75 million for 2012 already was guaranteed. The…