The New York Knicks have been rumored to be interested in free agent J.R. Smith

By now, the New York Jets have already made it clear that they want to keep Smith.They were in fact looking to make a trade for him in the middle of the season, which would have sent him to the Jets in a draft-and-stash deal.This was in 2016, when he had a career-high 26.9 points…

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By now, the New York Jets have already made it clear that they want to keep Smith.

They were in fact looking to make a trade for him in the middle of the season, which would have sent him to the Jets in a draft-and-stash deal.

This was in 2016, when he had a career-high 26.9 points per game.

In this instance, the Jets would have gotten the second-most points in the league in 2016.

But Smith was not on the Jets’ roster, and there was no way he was getting any trade value.

The Jets could have simply kept him on their roster, but they wouldn’t have had to pay him anything.

The trade could have been made in January or February, but the Jets didn’t want to wait until then, and the team had no other options.

So the team decided to wait, and Smith ended up playing for New York, as the Jets acquired him in a trade with the Detroit Lions in March 2017.

After a couple of years with the Lions, Smith retired in 2018, but he returned to the NFL in 2019.

Smith, who has since become a coach in the NFL, spent his time in New York playing a wide variety of positions.

He also spent some time with the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons, who had an interesting quarterback situation with Matt Ryan.

The Atlanta Falcons’ quarterback, T.J. Yates, was a first-round pick in the 2016 draft and played well in his first season.

He went to the Texans in 2019, where he started the final nine games.

He signed with the Rams in 2020 and started the first five games in 2021.

He then moved on to the Dolphins, where the team signed him in 2021 and he started all 16 games in 2022.

He started all 15 games in 2023.

He was a second-round selection of the Colts in 2021, but went undrafted.

He spent time with New Orleans, Cleveland, and Tampa Bay before signing with the Jets as a free agent in 2021 after playing one season with the Bengals.

He had a solid rookie season in 2019 and was a starting caliber quarterback in the preseason of 2020.

But he never found his way into the Jets lineup, as he was traded in favor of veteran Christian Hackenberg in 2019 after three games with the Bucs.

In the playoffs, he started just eight of the team’s next 16 games, but finished with a career high 14 touchdowns and three interceptions.

He struggled to throw the ball as a rookie, but also struggled with accuracy, which led to some of the worst quarterback rating in the entire NFL.

He never recovered from that, as his average grade plummeted to 55.4 in the regular season and a career low of 42.3 in the playoffs.

After three seasons in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Smith was inducted into the Pro Bowl in 2019 as the franchise’s starting quarterback.

In 2018, he was named to the All-Pro team for the second straight year, and he led the Jets to their first playoff appearance in four years.

He led the league with 1,735 passing yards and 10 touchdowns, which was the most passing yards by a Jets quarterback in a season since Mark Brunell did it in 2002.

In 2019, he also was named the league’s Offensive Player of the Year, which meant that he was one of the NFL leaders in passer rating and touchdown passes.

But the Jets were not going to make the playoffs again in 2020, as they were swept by the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game.

Smith’s best season came in 2021 when he threw for 1,869 yards and 19 touchdowns, while completing 69.2 percent of his passes.

In 2021, he led all quarterbacks in passing yards with 1.1 billion, and finished the year with 1 the league lead in touchdown passes, throwing for 1.9 billion.

In 2022, he had one of his best years, as it was in his second season that he won the Super Bowl.

He finished with 1 for 1 passing touchdowns with five touchdowns, and was also one of only two quarterbacks to throw for at least 3,000 yards, including Eli Manning.

Smith won the 2017 NFL MVP Award, but missed the 2018 playoffs because of a broken leg that had him on crutches for three months.

He did not return to the field until 2019, when the Jets drafted Marcus Mariota.

Mariota started six games for the Jets, leading them to a playoff berth in his rookie season.

But after missing the first two games of the playoffs because he was injured, Mariota was ruled out of the second round of the 2019 NFL draft, which resulted in the Jets picking Mariota over Smith.

After one season, he signed a one-year contract with the Titans, and in 2020 he led Tennessee to the Super Series.

But that season was cut short when he was arrested for DUI in December.

He pleaded guilty to DUI and was sentenced to two