Howard will be back, but there's little chance of Moore and Slauson returning. It wouldn't be a total shock if they're both gone. The Jets won't pay big money for guards, so budget will dictate which direction they go. ... Moore, who will be 33, would be good on a short-term deal, but he likely will have suitors willing to offer more. There could be a stud guard waiting for them with the No. 9 overall pick -- Chance Warmack (Alabama). But it would be nuts to pick a guard that high.
Moore has spent his entire 10-year career with the Jets. He hasn't missed a game since 2004 -- his sophomore season -- when he started 13 games. Moore was a Pro Bowler in 2011 at right guard.
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Moore earned a four-year, $16 million contract before the 2009 season. He made $4.46 million in each of the last two seasons. The Jets could certainly use that space, considering Cimini thinks Moore could be due for a raise after being so durable over the years.