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Jets want Maclin/Sanders

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I didn't think about the Maclin-Mornhinweg connection.  I would think that they would win the Maclin sweepstakes considering that they are high on him as a "quality No. 1 recever." Of course it all hinges upon his surgically repaired knee. I wonder if K.C. and Andy Reid will make a stronger bid.

 

I know that the Pats were trying to get Emmanuel Sanders last year. I'd rather play for the Pats than the Jets, but who knows? Perhaps if the Jets land Maclin, they will be less likely to target a WR in round 1. 

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