Frankie Luvu

Frankie Luvu

#50LB,
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Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 3"/236 lbs
Born:
College: Washington State
Draft: Undrafted
  • Jets TEs in 2021: What's Next for Chris Herndon in a New Offense?
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    Jets TEs in 2021: What's Next for Chris Herndon in a New Offense?

    While we don't know exactly what offensive coordinator Mike LaFleur's offense will look like, it's possible tight ends will have a big role. ers' TE George Kittle has been a staple in San Francisco Head Coach Kyle Shanahan's offense where LaFleur served as the passing-game coordinator for four seasons. There are few tight ends as talented as Kittle, but there are other examples throughout the NFL where tight ends in Shanahan-type schemes have big roles in the offense, such as the Titans' Jonnu S...

  • Carson Wentz apologist comes to defense of Jets' Sam Darnold: 'Nonsense he can't play,' says ESPN analyst
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    Carson Wentz apologist comes to defense of Jets' Sam Darnold: 'Nonsense he can't play,' says ESPN analyst

    Immediately following last week’s trade between the Philadelphia Eagles and Indianapolis Colts, ESPN NFL analyst Dan Orlovsky came to the defense of quarterback Carson Wentz. This week, Orlovsky is doubling down by keeping his seat warm on the Sam Darnold bandwagon. Sign up for Eagles Extra: Get exclusive news, behind-the-scenes observations and the ability to text directly with reporters Tuesday on Twitter, Orlovsky made the case for the New York Jets not giving up on Darnold, the No.

  • NFL rumors: Why it makes sense for Jets to franchise tag Marcus Maye, who they can't afford to lose in free agency
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    NFL rumors: Why it makes sense for Jets to franchise tag Marcus Maye, who they can't afford to lose in free agency

    So if they can’t work out a long-term contract with him before March 9, they need to franchise tag him. It makes perfectly reasonable sense for several reasons, as Jets general manager Joe Douglas prepares for the March 15 start of free agency (which is when the negotiating window opens). First of all, Maye’s franchise tag figure isn’t that high — $11.196 million, according to overthecap.com’s projection.