- Rich Cimini, ESPN New York Jets reporter
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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Wayne Hunter loved the Jets, but he couldn't wait to get away from the fans and media.
"They're like sharks," Hunter told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, commenting for the first time since he was traded last week to the Rams. "They let you know (their feelings) right off the bat. And even if you're doing good, they may just not like you for the heck of it. It's brutal over there. Those fans, they know what they want and they pretty much demand it. So if you don't give it to them, they'll let you know."
Hunter said he couldn't put into words what it was like to play in New York.
"No, I can't," he said. "There's no words to describe it. If you can handle the 'Concrete Jungle,' you can handle anywhere. I've been through it all."
Hunter welcomed the change of scenery.
"I think it's what I needed," he said. "I think it's what we both needed, from what I heard. It'll be interesting. So I wish him the best, and I'm going to make the best of this opportunity over here. We're going to fill this stadium up."
Hunter harbors no animosity toward the Jets.
"There's no chip on my shoulder. The New York Jets treated me so well," he said. "I had the best four years over there. We had a great run with two AFC championships. I've got nothing to complain about. I love those guys, I wish 'em the best but it's time for me to move on."
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Wayne Hunter loved the Jets, but he couldn't wait to get away from the fans and media."They're like sharks," Hunter told the St.