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Jets release first depth chart

Here's the first official depth chart, three deep (rookies in italics):

OFFENSE

WR Plaxico Burress, Jeremy Kerley, Logan Payne

LT D'Brickashaw Ferguson, Dennis Landolt, Chris Duron

LG Matt Slauson, Chris Stewart, Taylor Boggs

C Nick Mangold, Robby Felix, Zane Taylor

RG Brandon Moore, Robert Turner, Matt Kroul

RT Wayne Hunter, Vladimir Ducasse, Pete Clifford

TE Dustin Keller, Matt Mulligan, Jeff Cumberland

WR Santonio Holmes, Derrick Mason, Patrick Turner

QB Mark Sanchez, Mark Brunell, Greg McElroy

FB John Conner, Brian Toal

RB Shonn Greene, LaDainian Tomlinson, Joe McKnight

DEFENSE

DE Muhammad Wilkerson, Ropati Pitoitua, Jarron Gilbert

NT Sione Pouha, Kenrick Ellis, Martin Tevaseu

DT Mike DeVito, Marcus Dixon, Lorenzo Washington

OLB Bryan Thomas, Jamaal Westerman, Stafford Gatling

WILL Bart Scott, Nick Bellore, Brashton Satele

MIKE David Harris, Josh Mauga, Joey LaRocque

OLB Calvin Pace, Garrett McIntyre, Brandon Long

CB Darrelle Revis, Kyle Wilson, Donald Strickland

CB Antonio Cromartie, Marquice Cole, Julian Posey

S Eric Smith, Brodney Pool, Emanuel Cook

S Jim Leonhard, Dwight Lowery, Byron Landor

SPECIAL TEAMS

K Nick Folk, Nick Novak

P T.J. Conley, Chris Bryan

H T.J. Conley, Chris Bryan

PR Jeremy Kerley, Kyle Wilson, Joe McKnight

KR Jeremy Kerley, Kyle Wilson, Antonio Cromartie

LS Tanner Purdum, Matt Mulligan

Analysis: No real surprises, except for maybe Conley ahead of Bryan. So far, Bryan has outpunted Conley ... Clearly, there are some depth issues on the offensive line and an inside linebacker ... Kerley is going to be a busy man ... Five experienced corners, always a plus in Rex Ryan's system ... Payne vs. Turner for the fifth receiver spot. Right now, Payne gets the edge because of special teams.