2012 NFL Draft: Breaking Down the New York Jets' Seven WR Visits

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2012 NFL Draft: Breaking Down the New York Jets' Seven WR Visits
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Can Mark Sanchez turn into the player the Jets expect him to be?

Every Jets fan is concerned with the passing game, especially after the fiasco of 2011. The Jets' passing offense floundered outside of the red zone, lacking chemistry with Plaxico Burress, missing Braylon Edwards, dealing with an upset Santonio Holmes and missing their standard running game.

The Jets have been connected to Braylon Edwards, but any signing won't happen until after the draft. They also have to be sure Edwards is healthy. Still, with the concern in the receiving corps, the front office has shown a serious interest in drafting a wide receiver within the first three rounds of this year's amateur draft.

The following is a breakdown of the seven wide receivers the Jets have visited with this offseason.

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