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New York Giants running back Brandon Jacobs doesn’t believe that his good friend Plaxico Burress will be returning to the Jets next season.
Jacobs was asked if Burress wanted to return to the Giants during last year’s offseason.
“Oh, no question, I know he did. I know he wanted to come to the Giants. We just didn’t think it was going to be able to be done financially. But he may be (back) next year, who knows?”
Burress of course ended up signing with the Jets who were able to offer him more guaranteed money then the Giants.
Burress had a solid season after serving time in a federal prison. He ended up with 45 catches for 612 yards and eight touchdowns for the season.
Jacobs doesn’t think it would be wise for Burress to return to the Jets and really doesn’t see it happening.
“I don’t see him back with the Jets next year at all,” said Jacobs, who speaks with Burress regularly. “I don’t know what he’s thinking, but I don’t see that. They’ve got a lot of things going on over there,
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