Organized team activities, or OTAs, have given us a first look at how the Jets roster will look when training camp opens later this summer—but we are left with even more questions about the roster than we started with.
A curiously run quarterback competition, injuries on the offensive line and a cloudy safety rotation are just a few of the items the Jets need to address between now and the start of the season.
Still, there is plenty of time for the Jets to work out the kinks in their roster. After all, one of the main goals of OTAs is to get a feel for how the team looks and discern what to address before training camp begins. Rex Ryan and his coaches have all summer to decide how they want to approach these issues.
Here are some of the biggest issues facing the Jets after the conclusion of OTAs.