When asked what he thought Gardner would do in the NFL, Jets defensive coordinator Jeff Ulbrich answered the question out of fear of returning to rookie cornerback. I didn't want to. Between Gardner's famous quickness, top-notch ball his skills, and the swagger he swaggers (and talks) around the field, Ulbrich probably has it in his head at 21. I don't want to receive even making his NFL debut. That said, it's fair to say that the Jets highly value the No. 4 overall pick in this year's draft.
"He has a unique confidence, especially for a rookie," Ulbrich said after Tuesday's practice. “It speaks to who he is as a man. Often there is false boasting, false confidence, false talk. For him, it is completely real. from the way he prepares and works, and the way he knows what he's doing.He knows very well what he's capable of and what he can be.8} "It's really cool to have someone with that kind of confidence and charm. It just elevates the group. He will continue to influence the group."
Ulbrich said Gardner was always gathering information, going back to the locker room and writing it down, He's compiling a database of sorts for himself. Head coach Robert Saleh also said Gardner may never stop talking on the field, but he backs it up with his plays.23} When asked when was the last time there was a rookie as dumb as Gardner, Surrey didn't hesitate to say five-time professional bowler Jaren Ramsey.
"On that two-minute drive of his, the offense scored a goal and he converted two points. Then he ran and now he wants a set."2021 Years spent in Cincinnati in the year. He wants one more set defensively," but they had reached their quota and had to close. You love being competitive. You love your attention to detail. You like the way he strains in football. It's definitely not too big for him. ''
To reduce the roster to his 85 man, the Jets cut DB Luq Barcoo, OL Derrick Kelly, DL Tim Ward and WR Rashard Davis. The Jets also officially placed OT Mekhi Becton on the injured reserve.