He does everything and is a fan favorite, before wielding the blondes-and-fun crowd to his side.
“It’s fun to be embraced by this fan base, honestly one of the major fan bases in the NFL – not even close, truly,” said Braxton Berrios. “They’re hardcore.”
And on a sunny day when Berios came back for the team drill and fans green-clad in the bleachers for the first time and the Jets knocked out his four first-round and second-round draft picks, Berios began to spread the news. For the New York, New York Post that’s why badassery will soon be embraced, just the way it is.
Cornerback Sauce Gardner Cornerback DJ Reed did a backflip at the end of Zach Wilson’s pick-six.
“There’s A Reason We Picked Him With The Fourth” [overall] Pick up,” said Berrios. “He’s a freak athlete, and he’s getting along really well. I’m excited to see him at camp every day and as the season goes on.
Gardner has that athletic ego that all players, especially cornerbacks, need. And those long arms.
“He has long arms,” said Berios. “It obviously creates difficulties for the wide receivers, getting them around, getting them, and then they have the pace to cover the distance as well. But yeah, he’s very ranged.”
Wide receiver Garrett Wilson, 10th pick.
“Extremely athletic. Great route runner, strong hands,” said Berios.
Tight End CJ compares Uzomah Wilson to a gazelle.
“I always call him Deer,” said Berios. “She’s spring. And I know I said this about sauce, but she’s also tangy, she has king arms, tight hands. She had a wide aiming range, and yet she’s very explosive.” Is. ”
Wilson clearly dropped the ball, however, when he was asked to sing an old school R&B number for vets.
“He has to go again,” Berios said. was that so bad? “It wasn’t,” said Berios. “That didn’t sell. You just need to sell. We just want effort. You can’t be nervous; you have to be totally involved.”
A better gauge on outside linebacker Jermaine Johnson, the 26th pick, will come on Monday when the Jets set up the pads.
“It’s very hard to judge about the limited potential we’re capable of, but as the camp progresses, I think we’re going to see some fun stuff out of him. … Always with a smile on his face, Just goes and goes,” Berrios said. “I honestly think the whole D-line is the way they practice.”
Conclusion: “Those three are going to be impressive players for us this year, I think,” Berios said.
RB Bryce Hall, 36th pick, could be a Fourth Impact player.
“I can’t wait until the pads come out because you see a little bit more why they’re them,” Berios said, “but only one thing — athletically strong … built from the ground up in a way.” He seems very powerful. He can do everything – he has good hands, he can go out for routes. There’s nothing I haven’t seen him do.”
Many fans gave Berios positive reviews on the hair.
Berios said, “When I grew up I was a towhead, I was blonde my whole life,” and smiled, “and as I got older, it got darker and darker. I thought about it a few times.” Thought, and I just wanted to go camping and I thought it was the right time to do it.”
The Berrios thought it was the right time, and the Jets were the perfect team to build on his All-Pro year as a returner and security blanket for Zach Wilson and MDP — the Most Dependable Player — and he was given two years, $12. Signed the deal for a million. ,
“I saw the tide turn,” said Berios. “It didn’t feel like 4-13 years. I felt like the tide was turning, and I wanted to be a part of it, to get the Jets back where they should be.”
A lot depends on the quarterback.
“Ever since he came in, I try to be a resource for him,” Barrios said. “You’re 21 coming in as the starting quarterback for the New York Jets. I can’t imagine that. We built a great rapport, great chemistry, and we’ve been really good friends ever since.”
Wilson will turn 23 on Wednesday.
“He’s very comfortable in the system now,” Berios said, “and you can tell it by the way he walks, the way he throws the ball, the way he talks. He really is.”
Berios averaged 30.4 yards per kickoff return last year, the best in the league with a touchdown. He averaged 13.4 yards per punt return, and he was also a clever, dangerous slot receiver (46-431-2 TD). Now I have to feed my mouth.
“We have a phenomenal … one of the most athletic teams I think I’ve ever been around,” Berios said. “The best thing about it is that everyone is on the same page. We don’t have a selfish guy in the room in full skill positions. We want to watch each other eat, we watch each other feed.” Want to, and just want to pretend. I think it’s going to be a really really exciting thing to see this year.”
Playoff or bust?
“You play this game to win,” Berios said.
He is sure the Jets won the draft.