Jets guard Pete Kendall is holding out for more money. But he's soon-to-be 34, so should the Jets give him an older guard a new contract? Based on an NFL.com report, they should, based on how they feel he played last year.
"Last year, the Jets restructured his contract with three years remaining on it, paying him $300,000 more last season but $3.3 million less for the coming season. When Kendall asked to recoup some of the money in the coming season for his stellar performance last season, the Jets told him they do not restructure contracts with three years remaining," wrote Adam Schefter on NFL.com.
If Kendall did indeed have a "stellar" season, he clearly should get a raise.