Feb 20, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Texas Tech offensive lineman Jace Amaro speaks during a press conference during the 2014 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

New York Jets: New Roster Numbers Almost Set

With the draft in the rear view mirror, it’s time to look ahead. We look ahead at the signings post-draft, start to speculate about who will make the team, in which spot in the depth chart, ..etc. You know, the important stuff that we shouldn’t really be able to speculate about anyway since they the players haven’t played together yet.

Then, we have the roster numbers to look at as well. Most of these players have long histories attached to their numbers. The bigger the star they were in college, the more interesting people find the subject of jersey numbers.

Here is what Jace Amaro had to say on the subject, for example:

Here is what the roster looks like as far as the new draftees and their roster numbers:

Here are the numbers the other rookies have acquired, with the coordination of Gus Granneman’s equipment staff:
88—TE Jace Amaro
3—QB Tajh Boyd
69—T Tevon Conrad
48—LB Steele Divitto
42—CB Brandon Dixon
70—OL Dakota Dozier
51—DE IK Enemkpali
82—WR Quincy Enunwa
81—WR Shaq Evans
53—LB Jeremiah George
64—DE Anthony Grady
62—DL Kerry Hyder
43—CB Dexter McDougle
48—TE Terrence Miller
79—T Brent Qvale
49—LB Trevor Reilly
16—WR Jalen Saunders
77—DL Zach Thompson
47—FB Chad Young


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  • Paul Newbold

    How many break camp? There is going to be some interesting competitions this season! Can Boyd unseat Simms to win a spot? The offensive line promises to be interesting as well, with Winters still being a question mark and Colon another year older and coming off another injury. The Jets brought in competition via the draft, Giacommini in free agency, to go along with Aboushi from last season. It should make for an interesting mix through camp, Everyone might be talking Vick/Geno, but I am intrigued to watch our secondary competitions! Safety is going to be fun to watch! The corner position promises interesting as well, can Patterson stay healthy and hold off the challengers? Will Milliner step up to his draft ranking? Fun! Fun! Fun! Bring on the show!!