Marvin Jones: I believe that because the Jets have the making of a great team in 2014. I think having #7 go through as much as he did at this age is a huge learning curve for him. Last year the Jets faced every possible bad situation and they just have to learn from that. You know Rex is going to be at his best because he knows if they miss (the playoffs) this year he's probably going to be unemployed.
NBJ: Would you say there is any current player that plays the most like you did?
Marvin Jones: The game is so much different then when I played in the traditional, no guessing football. I don't believe there is what you would call a true middle linebacker anymore. These guys are more like hybrids.
NBJ: What was your favorite moment as a Jet?
Marvin Jones: I would say the day I got drafted to a team with lots of love and tradition. Being a part of a franchise with greats like Broadway Joe, Boozer, #99 (Gastineau), and Klecko was quite an honor.
NBJ: Who was the best player you ever played with, either at Florida State or with the Jets?
Marvin Jones: At Florida State it was Derrick Brooks. He was an awesome player who will be enshrined in the hall of fame this year. The Jets hand down was Mo (Lewis). He missed maybe five games in his career and was just a hitter, runner, and has unbelievable strength. Playing aside him for 11 years was quite a treat.
NBJ: Would you ever be interested in coaching?
Marvin Jones: I tested the water for three years as an assistant for high school in the Fort Meyers area. I would love the chance to get into a situation.