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NY Jets: Top 10 storylines to follow at 2021 training camp

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6. C.J. Mosley's return

C.J. Mosley is the forgotten member of the Jets defense, and for good reason too. Since signing with the Jets to a record-breaking deal at the time in the 2019 offseason, Mosley has yet to play a full game with the team.

A groin injury wiped out almost all of his 2019 campaign season before he elected to opt-out of the 2020 season. But that needs to change in 2021.

Mosley needs to show that, not only is he healthy, but that he hasn't lost a step despite not playing in two years.

At one point, C.J. Mosley was one of the best linebackers in football. He'll be out to prove that the same player who took over in Week 1 against the Buffalo Bills in 2019 is still here.

5. Monitoring the NY Jets injuries

The one downside of training camp is, of course, the expected numerous injuries that the team will suffer. It's an inevitable fact of football life, but it's wholly unavoidable.

While it's too early to discuss those potential future injuries, it is important that the Jets continue to monitor the already-existent injuries to those on the roster.

The most notable is probably the foot injury that Quinnen Williams is dealing with. Williams was placed on the Active/PUP list and is expected to return to practice in the near future.

Others such as Ashtyn Davis, Vinny Curry, and Kyle Phillips also remain sidelined with injuries. These are all worth keeping an eye on.

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