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Jets Camp Notes – 07/27

by Phil Sullivan on July 27, 2013

Sanchez_Smith_Simms_McElroyThe Jets have completed their second practice and the good news is they will be in full pads on Sunday.  For the first two practices they were in shells, so there was no tackling.  As David Harris said, “We are going to see who’s real tomorrow.”  To recap the action for day two let’s start with the quarterbacks.  Long time JetNation friend Rich Cimini breaks down the passing stats.

Quarterbacks

The numbers don’t always tell the whole story, especially in practice.  Several reports said that Geno Smith looked good and had a long run on one play.  Again, when the players aren’t in full pads and there is no tackling it is hard to judge.

Wide Receivers

Clyde Gates had his second strong practice in a row.

Defense

Rex Ryan told the media that Kyle Wilson is versatile and is in the mix at Safety.  Antonio Allen intercepted Mark Sanchez during the 7 on 7 drill.  A lot has been made about Quinton Coples switching to linebacker.  Chris Lopresti from WFAN had this to say:

Kickers

Recently signed Billy Cundiff did not have a good day, as he was 2 for 5 on field goals.  Nick Folk was 4 of 5.

Other Notes

  • Still no Dee Milliner
  • John Idzik spoke to the media and said he would have a part in the decision about which QB starts this season.  Idzik also said the next few weeks are very telling for Holmes but he doesn’t think he will miss the entire season.  Here is a photo of Santonio Holmes riding a bike at camp today.
  • Here is a link to Tweets from #JetsCamp

Be sure to check out our New York Jets Photo Gallery which is being updated regularly.

Phil Sullivan

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