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Starters Safeties: Dawan Landry and Antonio Allen
Starting Cornerbacks: Dee Milliner and Stanley Jean-Baptiste
Backups: Ahmad Dixon, Josh Bush, Jaiquawn Jarrett, Kyle Wilson, Ras-I Dowling, and Darrin Walls
The secondary was one of the team's biggest weaknesses last season following the departure of cornerback Darrelle Revis, but the unit is even more of a question mark in 2014.
Antonio Cromartie is now with the Arizona Cardinals, and the Jets missed out on every starting-caliber cover man on the market this offseason.
While Dee Milliner made strides towards the end of last season, and starting safeties Dawan Landry and Antonio Allen were decent, New York currently has a major hole at the other corner spot.
I expect the Jets to address this need in the third-round of the draft, where Nebraska product Stanley Jean-Baptiste could be available.
Jean-Baptiste is a tall, lengthy corner with great ball skills and instincts. Although he lacks physicality and struggles as an open-field tackler, he could still contribute as a rookie, perhaps even emerging as a starter opposite Milliner.
New York once again will likely keep a boatload of backup defensive backs on the roster, as a strong defensive backfield is critical to Rex Ryan's defensive success.
Among the backups, Darrin Walls is the player to look out for, as he's a young and speedy cover man who did a nice job manning the starting job when Milliner struggled early last season.