I would not be surprised if Adam Humphries landed with the Jets. Gase signed Danny Amendola last season with the Dolphins; Humphries could be a similar option with the Jets, who desperately need some quality receivers. I agree on Justin Watson, with Arians and Byron Leftwich he's got almost no chance to start, regardless how well he performs. Yes, right now, the Buc's receiving group looks thin, but expect Arians to bring in a couple overrated oafs in free agency. Then expect more "suppa heroes" to be added via the draft. Hopefully he makes the team and gets more chances on offense next season. Watson only had 1 reception for 5 yards in 12 games as a rookie -- also had 6 special teams tackles, so he's considered a fine special teamer. Justin was an athletic freak (tall, fast, quick) coming from a Ivy League school and lasted until the latter rounds. A black with a similar skill set, also from a FCS school, would've likely been selected in the 2nd or 3rd round. One more Jets/Buccaneers note: Jets are going back to the 4-3 defense for the first time since 1996, I think? With that, there is a very good chance free agent defensive end Henry Anderson leaves the Jets for a 3-4 team. Bucs, by the way, are going from 4-3 to 3-4, with the hiring of ex-Jets head coach Todd Bowles. Anderson had his best season for Bowles in 2018 and was the Jets top defensive lineman. Don't be surprised if Anderson, a Georgia native, joins Bowles in Tampa! That could be, however, bad news for Carl Nassib, who also had a breakout season in 2018 for the Bucs. ________________ Not sure any team was more white friendly than Miami from the early 1970's until about 1990. Particularly on the defensive side of the ball. Since then, they've almost been as bad (hostile towards white) as any team in the NFL, aside from the Arizona Cardinals. At the end of the 1980's Shula and Miami used first round picks on Bosa Sr. and Eric Kumerow. I don't remember either, as players, but Bosa, a defensive tackle, was looking real good early, but injuries cut his career far too short. Kumerow, a outside linebacker, is widely remembered by DWF's as a big-time draft bust. Bosa and Kumerow were great friends with the Dolphins and I believe Bosa Sr. married Kumerow's sister. The Kumerow's are also related to a infamous Chicago Mobster, who protected Al Capone. Not only is there athletic ability in the family, but a lot of size and toughness. ________________ Finally, I rarely agree with Bucky Brooks from NFL.com, but he's spot on here: http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap30...eal-josh-rosen-pick-kyler-murray-in-nfl-draft Brooks, no surprise, wants the Card's to ditch Abner after just one year and draft black quarterback Kyler Murray #1 overall. As much as I hate the Cardinals, I really hope they waste the #1 overall on Murray. Also, I do not want to see Nick Bosa wearing that red-clown suit of the Caste Cardinals. As far as Abner is concerned, perhaps he can backup another Bucky Brooks favorite, Dwayne Haskins, in Miami? Given South Florida area demographics, Abner (like Jay Fiedler) should be very popular with the very liberal denizens.