Trumaine Johnson needs to save his $72.5 million job

New York Post
Trumaine Johnson needs to save his $72.5 million job
Trumaine Johnson needs to save his $72.5 million job

The Jets may have a $72.5 million cheerleader on their hands. On the heels of high-priced cornerback Trumaine Johnson getting benched Monday night, Adam Gase was effusive in his praise of the cornerbacks who did play and declined to say Johnson would start Sunday against the Patriots. “It just hasn't worked out as well as we need it to,” the Jets' coach said on Wednesday. “The good thing is we got a long ways to go.” Nate Hairston replaced Johnson, who was repeatedly beat in the opener against the Bills and struggled in his first year with the Jets, and performed well in his place. Johnson only got in the game when Hairston cramped up. “Of course I'm upset, but at the same time my main focus

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