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Five Jets Training Camp Stories without Tebow

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June 12, 2012; Florham Park, NJ, USA; New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan speaks before New York Jets Minicamp at the Atlantic Health Training Center. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-US PRESSWIRE

This morning, we wrap up our five part series on training camp stories that we will be following, that don’t involve one Tim Tebow. They amount to your lower level storylines that we will be paying attention to when the Jets open up training camp. In case you missed any you can catch up below:

The Battle at Kicker (link here)

The Search for a Second Wide Receiver (link here)

The Search for a Second Running Back (link here)

Do we have a Blocking Tight End? (link here)

And now, the final of the five storylines we will be tracking…

Drum roll please……………………

Are we stuck with Wayne Hunter?

We couldn’t let that one go by without discussing it, could we?

Wayne Hunter. That name brings up a great deal of anger amongst Jets fans, doesn’t it?

He did a decent job at the end of 2010 coming in relief of Damien Woody, so the Jets felt they could let Woody go, in favor of Hunter.

What did we get instead? This:

Can we expect better? Potentially. Turn the page for more.

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Topics: Alan Schechter, Austin Howard, Caleb Schlauderaff, Dave Deguglielmo, Dennis Landolt, Five Training Camp Stories, Jets Training Camp, Jets Training Camp Battles, NY Jets, Right Tackle, Robert Griffin, Tony Sparano, Wayne Hunter

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