Here are the Jets to keep an eye on with training camp beginning next week in Florham Park:
QB Zach Wilson
No one gets more attention than a rookie quarterback, and Wilson will get plenty. He had a strong spring, but now things get tougher. Wilson will get tested not just by the Jets’ defense, but by the Packers’ and Eagles’ in joint practices.
ILB C.J. Mosley
Mosley has barely played in two years. He was injured in his first game as a Jet in 2019 and wound up playing just once more that season. He opted out of last season due to COVID-19 concerns. If Mosley can recapture his old form, he can be a force for the Jets.
LT Mekhi Becton
This really is not about how Becton looks in practices. It is just about whether Becton is actually in practice. He missed the spring with a foot injury, and injuries have been the only thing to slow down Becton so far. A full training camp from their 2020 first-round pick would be a major positive for the Jets.
WR Elijah Moore
No one created more buzz during the spring than the second-round pick from Mississippi. Moore’s speed is obvious, and he showed great route running and the ability to make contested catches. Moore looks like a potential star for the Jets.
CB Bryce Hall
The weakest position on the team is cornerback. Hall can ease some concerns with a strong training camp. The second-year player from Virginia had some good moments as a rookie. He needs to take the next step and play well consistently in Year 2.
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