Jets get sticky in defensive backfield

Wilson combines with Revis, Cromartie to form formidable backfield trio

Updated: April 25, 2010, 1:02 AM ET
By Rich Cimini | Special to ESPNNewYork.com

The New York Jets took an unusual approach to the first round of the NFL draft. For a change, they didn't do anything. They just waited ... and waited ... until Boise State's Kyle Wilson, whom they rated as the most physically skilled cornerback, fell to them Thursday night with the 29th pick.

Sometimes you get lucky. And sometimes you benefit from another team's indecision. If it weren't for a heated debate in the Browns' war room -- yes, the Browns -- things might have turned out differently ...

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