Quincy Enunwa
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For the New York Jets, the decision to hold onto Quincy Enunwa makes sense. Meanwhile, bonus day hits and fans shouldn’t stress CB.

Robby Sabo

The fifth day of the new league year has come and gone which means several New York Jets players earned pretty solid roster bonuses.

Moving from most expensive to least, inside linebacker C.J. Mosley ($10 million), quarterback Sam Darnold ($2.6 million), defensive tackle Steve McLendon ($1 million) and tight end Ryan Griffin ($918,000) all graciously accepted bonuses on Sunday.

That’s right… $10 million. Mosley, the man who signed the richest inside linebacker deal in NFL history last year and dressed for just two games in 2019, generously accepted $10 million on Sunday.


The biggest cap news of the day comes in the form of Q. Quincy Enunwa, that is.

The Quincy Enunwa Decision

Enunwa’s $6 million salary for this season became fully guaranteed on Sunday. Why keep a man who’s dressed for just 12 games over the last three seasons?


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