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Coffee with the New York Jets: Dee Milliner must prove himself

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Make sure to grab a nice hot cup of coffee and enjoy some great reading material on the New York Jets. In this edition, enjoy some articles on Dee Milliner, how offensive coordinator Chan Gailey’s spread offense will tremendously help Geno Smith and a projected look at what Lorenzo Mauldin brings to the table.

New York Jets CB Dee Milliner has to compete for roster spot ‘like everyone else’ by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"Milliner went from the Jets’ No. 1 cornerback to “we expect Dee to compete for a position on the roster.” It’s quite a drop, but things move fast in the NFL. The Jets had no choice to move on without Milliner, who is recovering from his surgery."

How Chan Gailey Can Help Geno Smith Reach Potential in New York by Erik Frenz (Bleacher Report)

"It would make perfect sense if the Jets are considering going full-throttle with spread formations; they have stocked up on talented wide receivers over the past couple of years. With , , Jeremy , and Posey at Gailey’s disposal, the Jets should have plenty of options when employing three- and four-receiver sets. Eric Decker Brandon Marshall Kerley Devin Smith DeVier"

Which linebacker spot is the best fit for Jets draft pick Lorenzo Mauldin? by Dom Cosentino (NJ.com)

"It’s hard to get a feel for where Mauldin best fits — strong-side linebacker or rush linebacker — during no-pads, no-contact practices. But there are some particular things that Jets coach is looking for out of Mauldin, to determine his role. Todd Bowles"

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