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The Jets' embarrassment of riches at 3-4 DE

With Muhammad Wilkerson (No. 32) and Sheldon Richardson (No. 65) in the Top 100 and Leonard Williams (No. 140) not far off, Gang Green has three of the league's top six 3-4 ends. #NFLRank audit by position (Insider)

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Geno Smith remains Jets' No. 2 QB, says Bowles

Amid a brewing controversy over the backup quarterback job, Jets coach Todd Bowles said Geno Smith will be the first QB off the bench behind Ryan Fitzpatrick in Saturday's preseason game.

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Jets injury update: Rookie OLB Jordan Jenkins, a potential starter, is "day-to-day or week-to-week" with a calf injury, per Todd Bowles. Sounds like he may not play Saturday against the Giants. Mike Catapano is making a push for the strong-side OLB job. TE Jace Amaro (groin), WR Quincy Enunwa (concussion) and WR Kyle Williams (knee) were among those who didn't practice.

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Geno Smith will be the second quarterback vs the Giants, per Todd Bowles. He will try to get Bryce Petty action as the 3.

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Jets rookie LB Jordan Jenkins (calf) and WR Quincy Enunwa (concussion) not spotted at practice. TE Jace Amaro (groin) in injury area.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Could this be the order of the Jets' QB depth chart? From front to back: Ryan Fitzpatrick, Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenberg. In case you're wondering, Geno Smith never stretches with the QB group. Odd.

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Also new at MetLife Stadium for Jets games: There will be a larger-than-life Joe Namath bobble head on display at one of the plazas outside the stadium. It will depict the iconic image of Namath jogging off the field at Super Bowl III, waving the No. 1 sign.

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Here's "The Jumbo Jet" breakfast sandwich: Sausage, cheese, fried egg, potato pancake on a bagel. Available this season for Jets games at MetLife Stadium. Eat your heart out, Darren Rovell.

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The Jets unveiled new food items today at MetLife Stadium. Check this out: A seafood tower with oysters, shrimp, lobster salad, crab claws and oyster crackers.

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Former Bills RB Karlos Williams visited the Jets today, source confirms (via WGR radio). Due diligence. No deal imminent.

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Will Williams continue to progress?

Leonard Williams isn't just resting on his laurels this offseason. He's improved physically and mentally entering his second season, and the Jets are looking for him to anchor their defensive line. Players who could have breakout seasons in 2016

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Two more Jets revealed in top 100

Two of New York's three players in yesterday's installment came on offense, but defense is the Jets' real strength. Gang Green's top two defenders landed on today's list just two spots apart. #NFLRank: 50-26

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Chuck Pagano said Antonio Cromartie has familiarity with their system because he played for Rex Ryan with the New York Jets

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Second-year QB Bryce Petty was the Jets' star last Friday against the Redskins, but he was outplayed by Geno Smith in the two ensuing practices. Unofficially, Smith completed 23 of 38 with no INTs. In significantly fewer reps, Petty went 7-for-13 with one INT. From all indications, Smith remains the No. 2 even though Todd Bowles sidestepped the question. As for rookie Christian Hackenberg, his practice reps have increased, but the efficiency hasn't. He was 9-for-25, two INTs on Sunday and Monday. No practice today.

Team Stats

Passing Yards253.613th
Rushing Yards116.810th
Points For24.211th
Points Against19.69th

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