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NY Jets 6/5 OTA Practice Recap

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The New York Jets continue their offseason practices today, which wrap up tomorrow, with mandatory minicamp taking place June 11-13. 

The quarterback competition was on again and while neither QB took control Mark Sanchez was 9-of-19 (47% COMP) while Geno Smith went 5-of-9 (55% COMP) with an interception:

The biggest story of the day, which seems to be a continuation from last season, injuries to the wide receivers:

Head coach Rex Ryan said that WR Santonio Holmes could start the season on the active Physically Unable to Perform List (PUP):

“Of course Santonio, we’ll see…he’s doing a decent job but we’ll see how he is for training camp,” said Ryan. “There’s a possibility maybe he starts out on PUP, I’m not sure. Seems to be doing well.”

Source: New York Daily News / Seth Walden

Looks like the veterans are still holding off the younger competition at the guard position as Willie Colon and Stephan Peterman continue to work with the first team:

On the defensive side Quinton Coples continued his transition from defensive end to outside linebacker while cornerback Darrin Walls had a nice day:

Former special teams coach Mike Westhoff was at practice observing undrafted rookie WR Zack Rogers field kickoffs:

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