New York Jets Roster Still Has Holes

Gregory KoppContributor IMay 25, 2009

Jerricho Cotchery is an excellent No. 2 possession receiver, but the Jets lack the speed to stretch the field. Marvin Harrison will certainly not provide the burst he used to, but he would be a great mentor for young Chansi Stuckey and David Clowney. 

The other problem the Jets face is that they have not had a blocking tight end since they let Anthony Becht go to free agency after the 2004 season.  Becht was a big part of the success that Curtis Martin had on the ground. 

Unrestricted free agent Mark Campbell could be a nice plug for that hole. 

These weaknesses will not be overly glaring due to the fact that the Jets addressed their needs for a franchise quarterback and a back with the ability to pound the ball. 

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