Now that the Jets are officially down to 75 players, here's an idea of what the depth chart might look like.
QB: Mark Sanchez/Geno Smith, Greg McElroy, Matt Simms
RB: Chris Ivory, Bilal Powell, Mossis Madu, Kahlil Bell, Mike Goodson
FB: Tommy Bohanon
WR: Santonio Holmes, Jeremy Kerley, Stephen Hill, Clyde Gates, Ryan Spadola, Michael Campbell, Zach Rogers, Ben Obomanu
TE: Jeff Cumberland, Kellen Winslow Jr., Konrad Reuland, Chris Pantale
LT: D'Brickashaw Ferguson, Oday Aboushi
LG: Vladimir Ducasse, Brian Winters
C: Nick Mangold, Caleb Schlauderaff, Erik Cook, Dalton Freeman
RG: Willie Colon, Will Campbell
RT: Austin Howard, J.B. Shugarts
DE: Muhammad Wilkerson, Tevita Finau, Leger Douzable
NT: Kenrick Ellis, Damon Harrison, Junior Aumavae
DT: Sheldon Richardson, Antonio Garay, Lanier Coleman
OLB: Quinton Coples, Calvin Pace, Garrett McIntyre, Antwan Barnes, Jacquies Smith, Ricky Sapp, Troy Davis
ILB: David Harris, Demario Davis, Josh Mauga, Nick Bellore, Danny Lansanah, JoJo Dickson
CB: Antonio Cromartie, Dee Milliner, Kyle Wilson, Isaiah Trufant, Ellis Lankster, Royce Adams, Mike Edwards
FS: Dawan Landry, Josh Bush, Rontez Miles
SS: Antonio Allen, Jaiquawn Jarrett
P: Robert Malone
K: Nick Folk, Billy Cundiff
LS: Tanner Purdum
- Matt Simms, QB: The Jets simply have no reason to carry four quarterbacks, and Simms has not made a major impression in terms of his abilities as a reliable back-up.
- Ricky Sapp, OLB: The third-year outside linebacker has played just three games, and could still be stashed on the practice squad if the Jets feel there is potential for him to develop.
- Royce Adams, CB: After a jaunt in the AFL in 2010, Adams finally made his way onto an NFL roster in 2012, but missed the season with a knee injury. He hasn't made an impact for the Jets in camp.