"Out the Door" or "Back for More", WR Edition

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Dec 30, 2012; Orchard Park, NY, USA; New York Jets wide receiver Jeremy Kerley (11) runs after a catch against the Buffalo Bills during the first half at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

JEREMY KERLEY: If there has ever been a no-brainer on a team that finished 6-10, Kerley is just that. Kerley came into his own in his second season, putting up 56 catches for 827 yards and 2 TDs. Perfect? No. But definitely a guy that will grow and grow as a slot receiver. Kerley should be…………..

BACK FOR MORE

CHAZ SCHILENS: Schilens is a guy that performed well under what was expected of him. Schilens was very excited about coming to the Jets, mainly because his wide receiver coach Sanjay Lal was coming to the Jets with him. 28 catches for 289 yards and 2 TDs is not a great stat line for a veteran wide receiver. He was expected to do big things with that 6’4″ frame of his, but he did not. The Jets would actually gain a little bit of salary cap money if he is released. Chaz Schilens should be…….

OUT THE DOOR

JORDAN WHITE: There is no reason to make any hasty decisions on this guy. He was drafted last year after leading the nation in catches. He has ability, but didn’t get a chance to show it until the end of the season, only on the active roster for 3 games. He doesn’t make a lot of money, and has a ton of upside. Jordan White will be….

BACK FOR MORE

STEPHEN HILL: A lot was expected of Hill during his first season, which was not fair to him at all. He was looked at to be a starter, and fill a starring role immediately. He showed some glimpses week 1, posting 2 TDs against the Bills. However, he only posted 1 the rest of the season, and finished with 21 catches for 252 yards. He had difficulty with dropped passes, but he will get better. Hill will be…..

BACK FOR MORE

We will continue evaluating the roster as the days go by.

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