The NY Jets are a little over two months away from the start of the 2021 season — a season that promises to be an eventful one after an offseason featuring plenty of turnover.
Following a disastrous 2-14 season, the Jets opted to fire head coach Adam Gase, move on from quarterback Sam Darnold, and hit the figurative reset button on the franchise.
In will step Robert Saleh, Zach Wilson, and a host of other new members of the organization who will look to right the wrongs set by their predecessors.
It's a tall task to ask this Jets team to correct all of their issues from a year ago, but improvement isn't just expected, it's required.
With as much roster turnover as there was this offseason, it's hard to believe that there won't be improvement. But while that's good news for the team as a whole, it might not be good for some of the returning players on the roster.
Especially if their performances this spring and summer aren't exactly noteworthy.
With OTAs and minicamp now in the rearview mirror, it's clear that not only did a handful of players improve their stock with their play, but a few managed to do the opposite.
We take a look at five players whose stock is falling after mandatory minicamp.