Kendall Speaks Out Again, Injury Notes

New York Jets offensive lineman Pete Kendall continues to be a part of the organization, but wishes that the ongoing battle between him and the team would end with him being let go.  Kendall spoke about now being put on the second team, this after being a starter on the Jets O-line the past few seasons.  “That’s my job as of right now,” he said. “If that’s what I have to do, it’s what I have to do. It just leaves me scratching my head after all these years [as a starter] that it would come to that.”  There is still talk about what New York is going to do with Kendall, who keeps coming out and basically bashing his own team.  There is no doubt that some conclusion will have to be reached before the season starts, as Kendall will be a HUGE distraction in the Jets locker room throughout the season should he be allowed to stick around.  Kendall, who is seeking an extra $1 million to his $1.7-million base salary this season, believes the episode between him and the Jets will end with his eventual release.

A couple of injury notes from Tuesdays practice session: CB Justin Miller (hamstring) was sidelined for both practices and RB Leon Washington missed the morning workout  for “personal reasons.”  Safety Eric Smith (knee) returned to practice after missing Sunday’s scrimmage.   


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