Wide receiver Charone Peake enters his sophomore season with the New York Jets looking to have an even bigger impact this time around. Here’s his complete training camp profile.
The wide receiver situation of the New York Jets is indeed an interesting one. Sure, it’s a positional group that doesn’t have a lot of experienced NFL players but speed, talent, and hope fill a unit that could turn into something worth talking about.
Of course, the Jets purged the roster with hopes of giving opportunities to plenty of younger players, especially at wide receiver. Such is the case for Charone Peake who is hoping to have an even bigger impact as he heads into his second training camp with the Jets.
There will be a plethora of competition at wide receiver as Peake will have to do his best to stand out and give the Jets plenty of reasons to put him in a position to produce results for a team that is in dire need of playmakers. Here’s his full training camp profile.
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2016 SEASON REVIEW
Last year, Peake totaled 186 receiving yards, 19 receptions, but unfortunately, didn’t score a single touchdown.
2017 SEASON OUTLOOK
Expect to see Peake make a name for himself this time around due to the fact that those ahead of him on the depth chart are no longer on the team.
Eric Decker and Brandon Marshall were cut by the Jets which paves the way for players like Peake to usher in a true youth movement. Expectations are for Peake to land the No. 3 or even No. 4 spot at wide receiver due to everything he brings to the table. He has speed and can make plays on the field, which is exactly what the Jets need to make the most of what could be an abysmal season.
TRAINING CAMP PREDICTION
Peake will make the final 53-man roster of the Jets as he’s talented enough to warrant keeping around for the regular season. Barring any injury or a steep decline in play, Peake will be ready to make his second season with the Jets worth remembering.