Jets release Brady Quinn, but are likely to re-sign him
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The Jets released quarterback Brady Quinn on Saturday before the 4 p.m. deadline that would have forced his $715,000 salary to be fully guaranteed, regardless of how long he remained on the roster.
The veteran quarterback -- who was signed Monday after backup Graham Harrell was cut -- likely will be re-signed in the coming days. Though it was expected, the move ensures that the Jets will have only two healthy quarterbacks for Sunday's season opener against the Buccaneers: Rookie Geno Smith, who will start, and Matt Simms, a first-year player. Neither has thrown an NFL pass in the regular season. Mark Sanchez has been ruled out because of a bruised right shoulder.
In a corresponding move, the Jets promoted linebacker Dan- ny Lansanah from the practice squad.
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Law, who called the Jets the type of team that "might try to get him hurt,'' said he doesn't think Revis "respects anybody on Jets.'' During the three-minute clip, Law also disclosed that Revis was at his house during the former Jet's highly publicized holdout in 2010.
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