Thoughts and Observations from the First Weekend of Jets Training Camp

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July 29, 2012; Cortland, NY, USA; New York Jets running back Joe McKnight (25) runs up field while breaking the tackle of a host of defensive players during training camp at SUNY Cortland. Mandatory Credit: Rich Barnes-US PRESSWIRE

Evening Jets fans. Training camp is rolling, we are through the first weekend. There has been great coverage from all of the beat reporters that are there, as well as from our own JETSerious with his live coverage.  If you did not get a chance to read the coverage of JETSerious today, take a look at it by clicking here.

Here are some thoughts and observations taken from this, the first weekend of Jets camp:

    • I really believe this situation with Jeremy Kerley is worth keeping an eye on.  Yes, he is injured, and that happens.  But, coach Ryan doesn’t typically call players out in public, so when he does, you know it is something serious.  Despite his ability to return punts, if Kerley doesn’t step up quickly, it’s not impossible that he will lose his spot.  Keep an eye on this.
    • Joe McKnight and Bilal Powell are having a good camp so far at running back.  Not many were very high on Powell, so a good sign for him, and they will be looking at Joe McKnight as the change of pace to Greene.
    • Aaron Maybin has been a standout on defense.  We predicted that he will record 10-15 sacks this year, and Rex said today that Aaron is on his way to being on the field more often, which will only mean good things for the New York Jets.
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