Santonio Holmes will not fly with the Jets ‘after this season’

Holmes has primarily been grounded as a Jet.

The New York Daily News reports Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes has “accepted” that he will be “released after this season.”

Guaranteed to steal $7.5 million “this season,” the 29-year-old Holmes will become an unrestricted free agent in March.

Holmes has been battling foot and hamstring issues since roughly the George W. Bush administration and didn’t participate in any offseason workouts.

Accordingly, the retired Florida drug peddler’s compiled a substandard 10 catches for 243 yards and one touchdown in four games.

Healing like a geriatric and clearly milking his wounds, Holmes will finally compete Sunday when the Jets travel to Orchard Park to face the Bills.

Holmes is a cocky and belligerent diva who can’t be trusted on the gridiron or in the streets.

In addition to being a dramatically overrated playmaker, Holmes possesses zero leadership qualities and only distracts Gang Green.

Backed by a powerful front seven, the Jets have surprised and currently hold the sixth and final AFC playoff spot.

Despite having a dearth of weapons and owning the 28th ranked offense, New York doesn’t need a man like Holmes polluting their huddle.

Regardless, facing unemployment, Holmes is a Jet and he’d be wise to fly over the remaining seven contests.

After all, set to be “released after this season,” Santonio Holmes needs to impress potential bosses.

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