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Has anyone seen Mexi Becton?

Seven six-foot males weighing about 370 pounds do not fit in the milk cartons, so putting such an APB image on the left side of the Jets for the second year is of no use in the search path.

Still, Becton, who finished 11th in the 2020 NFL Draft, was out of the public eye for almost five months.

In the first game of the season in Carolina in September, he had a right knee sprain, and according to the team, the initial injury recovery period lasted about two months. This led you to believe that he might be able to play again until November or December.

Those two months went to three, then four, and finally the rest of the season.

Sure, the Jets, who finished 4-13, have no other games this season, but let’s make that as clear as possible: Beckton is one of the Jets ’two most important players and defender Zach Wilson.

And his long absence was a cause for concern.

A week before the season finale, reporters asked him if he could speak the day after the season, after it was revealed that Beckon’s second season in the NFL ended with 48 photos taken in Carolina.

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Mexi Bekton

This request was never fulfilled in any way.

Nine players selected by the team, including interviews with head coach Robert Saleh and general manager Joe Douglas, were interviewed by the media after Monday’s pre-season death, despite repeated inquiries. It did not include Bekton.

This reinforced the mystery surrounding Becton and led to speculation that the team did not want reporters to see how big Becton was through the Zoom call because of his weight struggling problems.

Additional inquiries were made by The Post on Tuesday and Wednesday with a team official who refused to produce Becton.

All of this was a bad look for both the team and Beckton.

Jets fans can expect 2021 to be a hit on the screen, with Beckton D’Brickkashou becoming the kind of career that Ferguson thought was the team’s confident left ball for 10 years and 160 consecutive starts.

Jets fans can only hope that McKee will eventually become like Brick.

Mexi Bekton
Mexi Bekton

“Brick never missed a workout,” former Jets forward liner and current ESPN analyst Demien Woody recalled over the phone on Tuesday. “Brick never missed a game. If I’m Mexi, I aim to move forward in my career. You want to be there with your brothers. ”

No one can blame Beckon for the injury. No one in his body or mind knows why he didn’t get back on the field. Beckton has been open to reporters several times (the last time he was featured in Week 1 of the current season), he was engaging and enthusiastic. There is no evidence that he is an obedient player.

But something went wrong between his September injury and the end of the season because the team didn’t field him and no matter what, the team isn’t transparent about it. It only hurts Bekton.

Woody, who has struggled with weight problems all his career like Beckon, said he plans to meet Beckton in the off-season and talk to him because Woody wants the Jets to succeed and he understands how important Beckton is to that success.

“When he’s on the field, you can tell he’s the best player in the Jets,” Woody said. “This season is too big for him because he needs to get the best form of his life – he needs to be in a good place mentally and physically – so he can run and run there when he returns to the offseason program, DAD and mini-camps. Get ready to go ‘ling. Many of the Jets’ plans depend on it.

“I haven’t talked to him about it, but I want to do it off-season. I want to tell him from my personal experience that I was there. This (weight problems) can be a sensitive topic for him. Maybe so. That was when I played. My advice to him: “You are as strong as an ox, but be in the best physical shape possible, because when you are there, it takes your game to another level.”

“I tell Mexico,‘ You have to come back this year. There is no excuse. ‘ If Mexi comes back right, I think the crime will go to another level. ”

The Jets, who haven’t played in a playoff game in 11 years and are 6-27 in the last two seasons, desperately need a “different level”.

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