Schefter at NFL.com is reporting this.... March 17 On a whirlwind Friday, the New York Jets completed one trade, and maybe two, that have reshaped their roster. First, the Jets sent their sixth-round pick to the Washington Redskins for quarterback Patrick Ramsey, a former first-round pick. The Jets have been seeking a quarterback of Ramsey's quality in recent weeks and at various points were close to completing the deal with the Redskins. Friday the deal went through. Then another went through. Meanwhile, IN A BLOCKBUSTER TRADE THAT IS PURELY SPECULATION BY THE JETS, YET CONFIRMED BY TWO TEAMS INTERESTED IN JOHN ABRAHAM, the Pro Bowl defensive end, whom the Jets finally were able to deal, was sent to Seattle for the Seahawks' first-round draft pick, the 31st overall selection. The deal is contingent upon the Seahawks being able to sign Abraham to a long-term contract extension, something that has been challenging the past couple of seasons. Abraham has been seeking well over $15 million in guaranteed money, and one NFL executive said the defensive end was demanding $27 million over the first three years of the contract. Now, if Seattle can sign Abraham, they will give him the contract he wants and the Jets their first-round pick. And the remaking of the Jets roster was in full swing. paquerelli is reporting that this is false and he was traded to the Falcons? Can anyone find the Pasq article, behind a firewall here.