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It was at that time Tumpane mouthed to someone walking by to call 911, refusing to let go of the woman despite her efforts to wiggle free. Soon enough, a police boat, helicopter, ambulance and fire truck arrived at the scene.
“You never know what somebody’s day looks like,” Tumpane said. “It’s a nice day, everyone’s out for a walk, and somebody’s not having the same day you’re having. I was just glad to help.”
Despite a relatively disappointing 2016 season and the lingering what-to-do-with-Sheldon-Richardson question, the Jets’ defensive line remains the strength of the roster. New York gave up the fewest yards per carry before contact last year, according to Pro Football Focus, and the line will look the same this season, barring a Richardson move.
Though the Jets run a base 3-4 defense, they often line up with four hands in the dirt. That’ll continue to be the case, especially with Steve McLendon returning from injury at defensive tackle. The team also hopes end Muhammad Wilkerson can return to Pro Bowl form now that he’s entering the season at full health.
The tricky part about blocking the Jets’ front is the versatility of Richardson, Wilkerson, Leonard Williams and even McLendon. The first three in particular can and do line up at any position on the line. The ends are especially tough to contain when they line up inside the tackles for passing situations.
Anthony Johnson, Lawrence Thomas and Deon Simon (nose) will provide depth on the defensive line, as will free agency acquisition Mike Pennel.