Jerricho doesn’t fit the current program Dan Leberfeld
I think it’s good that Jerricho Cotchery now gets to move on to a place he’s more appreciated.
He’s not a good fit for the current Jets culture.
After playing the last two years with a herniated disc in his back, it will be interesting to see what he can do this year with that medical issue now rectified.
It would be awesome to see Cotchery land in San Diego, and have a chance to finish his career with his good friend Phillip Rivers, who definitely appreciates J-Co.
Those two shattered records together at N.C. State.
At first the heartless (probable) release of Cotchery bothered me a little (I’m a journalist, but I’m human), but now it doesn’t.
It’s clear J-Co isn’t devastated by his impending release. He seems to be looking forward to change of scenery.
So if he’s not bothered by it, that makes it a little easier to swallow.