Observations from Jets Mini Camp Day 3

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 Coaches seem to have a great grasp of the D-Line


New D-Line Coach Karl Dunbar, was communicating with the entire Defensive Line unit very well. It was easy to spot him with his unique-looking hat, but that’s besides the fact that he was constantly coaching up early on and throughout all of the position drills.

Dunbar, (pictured right with Mike DeVito #70, and Damon Harrison #71) was deeply involved with the Defense today.

Coaches Bob Sutton, Mike Pettine, and Dunbar each have excellent coaching skills, and it was obvious to see that they relay their messages well—even outside of the classroom.


Something Positive for Santonio

Santonio Holmes was constantly bashed by the media last season and into this offseason. I’m going to stand out from the crowd and give Holmes some positive feedback. Holmes (pictured below) did a very good job today at camp, considering he couldn’t do much with a nagging hamstring injury. The picture below is of Santonio and WR DaMarcus Ganaway (#87); where Holmes was giving pointers on route running and how to get in position to make a catch.

The one thing that stood out to me today, regarding Holmes, was his leadership with the younger receivers. I thought it was noteworthy, because it shows that he is ready to move on. I thought credit was well deserved here for Holmes.


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Topics: Bob Sutton, Damon Harrison, Darrelle Revis, Defense, Defensive Line, Demarcus Ganaway, Karl Dunbar, Laron Landry, Mike Devito, Mike Pettine, Royce Adams, Santonio Holmes, Stephen Hill

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