Jets release retired Matt Forte with failed physical designation

The Jets made a procedural move Monday, releasing Matt Forte with a failed physical designation. The running back announced his retirement on social media February 28.
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Forte, 32, played 10 seasons and ran for 9,796 yards and 54 touchdowns, while catching 554 passes for 4,672 yards and 21 touchdowns.

The Jets cleared $3 million in cap space.

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Linebacker Zaire Anderson, defensive end Shelby Harris, linebacker Joseph Jones, wide receiver Jordan Taylor and tackle Elijah Wilkinson signed their tenders, leaving linebacker Jerrol Garcia-Williams and long snapper Casey Kreiter as the last two Broncos yet to sign their exclusive-rights tenders.

Authentic Womens Keith Yandle Jersey Anderson has played every game the past two seasons with three starts. He has 37 tackles and a forced fumble.

Harris started six games and appeared in the other 10 last season, making 34 tackles, 5.5 sacks and three pass breakups.

Authentic Womens Calvin Pryor Jersey Jones played seven games with three tackles in 2017 after signing with the Broncos on November 7.

Taylor has 29 receptions for 351 yards and two touchdowns in two seasons.

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Can NFL teams make hiring and firing decisions based on anthem protests?

Given the recent uptick in news regarding the anthem controversy, it’s time to address some of the fundamental questions relating to the situation.

The goal of this article is to take a fairly complicated and polarizing societal question and analyze it, objectively and thoroughly, from the perspective of labor and employment law. (For those wondering why they’d be inclined to read a legal analysis from some Internet hack who writes about football, that’s a very fair question. I practiced law for 18 years, specializing over the final 14 or so in matters of labor and employment law, both from the employer’s perspective and from the employee’s perspective.)

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