New York Jets Training Camp Photo Gallery

Aidan MackieSenior Analyst IJuly 30, 2013

New York Jets Training Camp Photo Gallery

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    The New York Jets, fresh off of a disappointing 6-10 season, officially kicked off their 2013 season with the beginning of training camp. 

    The Jets enter the season with low expectations, but with a young, talented roster, the team could surprise. 

    To keep you up with the latest developments from everything New York Jets, here is a full photo gallery of the team's training camp. 

Mark Sanchez and Clyde Gates

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    Clyde Gates, No. 19, has had an impressive training camp thus far and could be in for an important role in the Jets offense if Santonio Holmes fails to stay healthy and Stephen Hill struggles with drops in his sophomore season. 

Santonio Holmes

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    Santonio Holmes is the Jets' top receiving option, but he is a question mark to even play this season. If he can't get on the field, New York's passing offense will struggle again. 

Geno Smith

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    Rookie second-round pick Geno Smith needs to show that he has the pocket presence and character to lead the Jets offense in 2013. 

Chris Ivory

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    Chris Ivory has never received more than 150 carries in a single season, but he is expected to carry the load at running back for the Jets in 2013. Does he have the durability to do so? The question remains unanswered. 

Brian Winters

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    The Jets drafted rookie Brian Winters in the third round of this offseason's draft. Winters is expected to compete with veteran Stephen Peterman throughout training camp for the starting job at right guard. 

Muhammad Wilkerson

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    Muhammad Wilkerson had a breakout year in 2012, and he is expected to be one of the game's finest defensive ends in 2013. 

Antonio Cromartie

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    With Darrelle Revis long gone, Pro Bowl cornerback Antonio Cromartie is expected to emerge as a leader among an inexperienced and unproven secondary. 

Rex Ryan and GM John Idzik

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    Rex Ryan is on the hot seat. A nonplayoff season could lead to his dismissal. 

Stephen Hill and Braylon Edwards

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    Stephen Hill and Braylon Edwards are in opposite situations, but both are competing for the same job as New York's No. 2 wide receiver. Edwards is a veteran receiver with plenty of production and experience under his belt, while Hill is an unproven commodity with plenty of potential to spare. 

The New York Jets

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    Can this team make the playoffs?