John Griffin, RB
Michael Campbell, WR
Tim Fugger, LB
Colin Anderson, TE
The Jets have an excess of skill-position players in Cortland at the moment, as they went with the quantity approach this offseason towards addressing the need. That means that the majority of the players at those positions won't come close to making the final roster.
John Griffin managed to stick around for much of last season, but the running back depth chart has improved dramatically with the additions of Chris Johnson and, to a lesser extent, Daryl Richardson. The 25-year-old doesn't possess the speed to be a much of a contributor in the third-down role, which is his most likely job. Expect him to be an early cut.
Michael Campbell finds himself in a crowded receiver depth chart, and he hasn't been able to separate himself from the competition. It also doesn't help that guys like Greg Salas are having huge training camps.
Colin Anderson has decent potential as a receiver, but New York will likely be looking for a blocking tight end to fill the No. 3 role behind Jace Amaro and Jeff Cumberland. Anderson's struggled in that area, and he also has been limited in practice since last week after injuring his thumb.
Fugger's also in a crowded position, meaning he likely needs an out-of-this-world training camp to make the team. Unfortunately, the Vanderbilt product suffered an ankle injury last week and has missed some practice time.
That should seal his fate with the team.