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Thoughts and Observations: New York Jets’ Training Camp 8/6/13

By Alan Schechter

Aug 1, 2013; Cortland, NY, USA; New York Jets tight end Kellen Winslow (81) during training camp at SUNY Cortland. Mandatory Credit: William Perlman/THE STAR-LEDGER via USA TODAY Sports

It’s Tuesday, and we are just three days away from the opening preseason game against the Detroit Lions. Let’s take a look at some of the observations coming out of this morning’s training camp practice:

  • MARK SANCHEZ WON THE DAY: Mark seems to be continuing the momentum that he gained at the end of the Green and White scrimmage.  It’s not that Geno played very badly, it’s that Mark was sharper.  Geno did throw his first INT of team drills this morning.  Mark was sharp down the field as well as in the short game.
  • IVORY STILL OUT, WINSLOW IN: Chris Ivory was still on the side with the rehab group this morning.  He told Seth Walder of the Daily News that he won’t play on Friday night in Detroit, but will “definitely” be practicing on Tuesday.  Here is hoping that he is right.  Kellen Winslow was back out on the field today, and he was moving well and looking sharp.
  • VIDAL HAZELTON CARTED OFF: The young receiver was running a slant route, and got tangled up with Dee Milliner.