The NY Jets have completed the voluntary portion of their offseason, and with mandatory minicamp canceled, that means the team won't reconvene for over a month until training camp begins in July.
Jets head coach Robert Saleh told reporters that he felt comfortable canceling minicamp due in part to the work the team had already put in this spring. It's fair to say that a few players improved their stock during OTAs, but the inverse is also true.
We've already covered some of the biggest standouts from OTAs this spring. What about the players who saw their stock fall, at least a little, due in part to either poor performance or a variety of factors?
Let's take a look at four Jets players whose stock has fallen a little following this year's OTAs.
4. Bryce Hall, CB, NY Jets
Less than two full years ago, it seemed like the Jets had found a diamond in the rough and potential long-term building block in Bryce Hall. Now, Hall finds himself fighting for a roster spot, and he didn't do himself any favors this spring.
The former fifth-round selection was picked on quite a bit this spring, with his worst performance likely coming during the team's third open-media practice. Hall got off to a rough start and was beaten badly on an underthrown pass from Zach Wilson to rookie Jason Brownlee.
Wilson's pass fluttered in the air, but Hall misplayed it, allowing Brownlee to come back and make an excellent adjustment. Tracking has been an area of concern for Hall since entering the NFL. We saw that last summer with his difficult preseason showing.
Hall's lack of special-teams versatility and recent shaky performances haven't helped his standing with the team. He's very much on the roster bubble entering the summer.