Jets’ Marcus Maye isn’t thrilled by Sam Darnold trade

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When New York Jets’ DB Marcus Maye heard Monday about the trade that sent Sam Darnold to the Carolina Panthers, he wasn’t hiding his feelings.

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Maye, meanwhile, could play the 2021 season under the franchise tag.

The designation allows the Jets to retain Maye and provides additional time for the sides to work on a long-term deal. It ensures that Maye did not become an unrestricted free agent when the NFL League Year commenced on March 17. If an extension isn’t worked out by mid-July, then Maye could play the 2021 season under the one-year tender.

A second-round pick out of Florida in 2017, Maye has recorded 266 tackles, 6 INTs, 22 PDs, 4 FF and 1 FR in 54 games (all starts).