The Dolans threw up a Hail Mary pass late Fri in an attempt to vanquish the West Side Stadium project, offering $600mln for the site, which would be developed as a "dynamic mixed-use community centered on residential development." Opponents of the new Jets playground cheered the cheeky move, while NYC deputy mayor Daniel Doctoroff called the offer "a desperate, last-minute attempt," adding that "a Friday-afternoon press release doesn’t replace years of planning." The Jets planned to pay about $100mln for the site, but were asked to pay $300mln.

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