My opinion on this guy has always been high and I think he has all the tools to be a top notch starting NFL RB. He has low mileage and has shown signs of stardom when giving the chance (I seem to remember he and Martin both hanging over a hundo on Miami last year). Regardless if the rumors are true about the Jets franchising Abraham, there's no way they'd slap a franchise tag on Jordan and have to pay a backup an average of the top five RB salaries. It's a dicey situtation for the Jets. Curtis Martin can't have many years left, and while they already have a perfect replacement for him on their roster, they'll have to pay him way more than a backup should make if they want to keep him. I know there are some other tags (transitional, ?) teams can designate players as that are less lucrative than franchise and perhaps the Jets are planning to do so. If not I think Miami should be all over this guy like ugly on your momma assuming they can clear enough cap room. Of all the backs that will potentially be available via free agency I think this guy brings just as much ability and possibly more upside with less risk than any of the others. That brings me back to my original question: what kind of contract do you think it would take to secure his services?