Ready to put in the work

Some work needs to be done here and the man seems willing to do it.

Jets fourth-round pick Carter Warren is certainly an important selection for Gang Green, who needed to add an offensive tackle in this draft with a number of players at the position coming off injuries.

Coming off an injury himself, and in need of some technique refinement (like lowering his pad level), the Pitt product has some work to do, but that shouldn’t be a problem for the Paterson native.

Warren was recently asked to describe what kind of player the Jets are getting and he said a guy who “is ready to work, a hard worker, (the) hardest worker in the room and he’s ready to go to work.”

Not sure if we’ve ever seen “work” and “worker” used as much in one sentence, and that’s not a bad thing.

But it’s not just rhetoric. It’s who he is.

Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi is thrilled that the hard-working Passaic Tech graduate gets to play at home.

“We are thrilled Carter gets to live out his NFL dream by returning home to play for the New York Jets,” said Narduzzi. “Coach Robert Saleh is not only getting a great offensive lineman but also a leader. There’s a reason Carter was a captain for us and I know he will do the same, on and off the field, for the Jets.”

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Dan Leberfeld
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