I think there's a lot of mixed emotions.
Teams are calling all the time.
If Kurt plays the way he played last year, he'll wind up making between $22 (million) to $23 million over three years.
Brad would love to finish his career with the only team he has been with, but I just don't know if it is a possibility. It is disappointing, but that's what we're dealing with right now.
He loves New York and loves playing for the Jets. The one thing the organization owes him, in my opinion, is if you want to keep him, keep him, but don't play games and hold him hostage.
It's sad from the standpoint that Kevin loved being a Jet, took great pride in playing for the Jets and was one of the greatest players in Jets history. But we're in a business where this stuff happens.
We wanted to find the best situation for him, a good team that needs frontcourt help. It's not like you hope to be waived. You can't control that.
They're very interested. But it's complicated because he's a restricted free agent.