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Jets’ David Harris Must Move Like a Butterfly, Sting Like a Bee

Published by on May 25, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NFL

When the Jets drafted David Harris from the University of Michigan in 2007, they were hoping to have received a kid who would one day become a great NFL linebacker.

During their history the Jets have had good linebackers: Gregg Buttle, Marvin Jones, Mo Lewis, and Bryan Cox. But, the franchise has never had a dominant player at the position.

Whenever it seemed that the franchise was on the verge of fielding a great linebacker, they let him go, like James Farrior and John Abraham. There has never been a Ray Lewis or a Lawrence Taylor on this team, nor a Jack Lambert or Teddy Bruschi.

However, in 2009, Harris has a chance to break with history in a big way.

In 2007, Harris was a standout all...

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