Where is Geno? The Jets will be focused on rookie Geno Smith to see how he is handling Marty Mornhinweg’s offense. His performance this week will help the coaches craft their plan for how to handle the competition between Smith and Sanchez in training camp. Is Winslow a keeper? Kellen Winslow Jr. is trying out for the Jets over the next three days. They are extremely thin at tight end, so he can stick if he is healthy. Do they need to add receivers? The Jets have been dealing with injuries at wide receiver all spring and it has made the offense look terrible. Rex Ryan expects everyone but Santonio Holmes to be in practice this week. The Jets need to figure out if they have enough depth here. Are the young pups ready? Seven starters are gone from last year’s defense and the Jets are counting on several first- or second-year players. It’s time to see how far they’ve come since last year. Is there any “Ground and Pound” left? Mornhinweg’s offense will be pass-heavy, but Ryan loves to run the ball. It’s hard to judge running backs in no-pad practices, but the Jets need to see how their revamped running attack looks.
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