On if he’ll have an opportunity to start…

As of right now I’m planning to come in and compete with Geno [Smith]. I’ll push him as hard as I can, push him to be the best. Try to become the best that I can be. Most importantly, learn the new intricacies of the offense and what Marty [Mornhinweg] has in store as far as what I don't know and what I haven’t learned. For me it's all about competing right now and trying to bring the best out of the other quarterbacks.

On what made the Jets an attractive destination…

Well, I thought it was a great opportunity to come in and compete [and] push Geno, who I have a great friendship and relationship with. Help him to become the quarterback that we all want him to become. And also to myself, to be back in the position where I may have an opportunity to play at some point. And get back with my coach, Coach Mornhinweg, who I have great rapport with and a great understanding with, as far as his offensive concepts. I didn't have to go far. I always wanted to play for Rex Ryan and I got my opportunity.

On if he would be okay sitting on the bench all year…

You know, I mean I wouldn't say I would necessarily be okay with sitting on the bench all year. But I know what I signed up for. I know what I came to New York to do. First and foremost I came to compete and be a helping hand for Geno, and he has a long way to go. We both talked. We both agreed we're going to push one another and make each other better. So whatever happens, happens. And I know what I signed up for. At the end of the day I'll be content with it.

On how long he’s known Smith…

I've known Geno since he's come out of school last year and entered the NFL draft. We had an open conversation about what to expect coming into the NFL, helping him to choose an agent and decide on things he could do to further his future. I just gave him my little bit of advice, but from that point on we've maintained a friendship.

On how much he thinks he has left…

A lot. I have a lot left. It's evident [with] what I was able to do last year. I got injured and Nick Foles came in and played great. That was the reason I was sidelined, it wasn't because of my play or because I didn't have anything left in the tank.

On if other teams were interested…

It was a couple other teams, but I choose not to talk about them right now, that's irrelevant. I’m a Jet and that’s what’s most important. So, I want to talk about what's in front of me and move forward.

On how he feels about Jets fans that are concerned with his past…

I’m a Jet and I appreciate all the Jets fans who appreciate me and accept for who I am and what I've become, not for what I've done. I think right now my past is irrelevant. We're talking about football, not the things that transpired off the field.

On what the biggest factor in choosing the Jets was…

I think having the chance to play for Rex Ryan and Coach Mornhinweg here. I’ve had some great years with Marty. We've sat and talked about it today and things that could have been and should have been. If I had an opportunity to go out there and play for him again I always told myself I would. So I didn't have to go far. This is my first time playing in AFC. I always wanted to play in the AFC and I thought this was the perfect opportunity.

On having an opportunity to compete for the starting job…

Well, anywhere I go, or any team, I'm always going to compete for the number one spot. And I will encourage any other quarterback behind me or in front of me to always compete for their job, for the number one spot. That’s how champions are made. That's all I know. And having to go through several quarterback competitions, several quarterback battles, we all wanted to be there for one another, but we all wanted to be the man. That's what helps you keep that edge. That's what helps you maintain the level of competitiveness that you have to have in this league. It's all about pushing one another, trying to be the best that you can be. And I love competition. I love the game of football, and still I feel like I have a lot of football left to play.

On if Smith can still develop if he is not the starter…

Absolutely. Geno is a young quarterback and I think experience is the best teacher. And it won't just be experiences on the playing field. We have to develop good study habits. We have to develop good training habits and be the best that we can be in regards to our relationship to Marty and understanding what he wants. So I think being out there and having the experience is the best teacher, but I've also been a guy who had to sit around and wait, in college and when I first came into the NFL, it was very beneficial. But we don't know if that's going to be the case. We just want to win football games.

On if he has a legitimate chance to be the starter…

I think it’s open competition every day. I think there's going to be competition and we're going to compete every day, push one another. If I was named the starter right now, I would want the guy behind me to push me and for his mindset to be that he was the starter. Absolutely, we're going to compete every day. As of right now, Geno is the starting quarterback for this football team. From this point on we are just going to continue to compete each and every day.

On not having issues in Philadelphia after Foles was named the starter last season…

I just felt like at the age of 33, acting in an irate manner because of someone's success just wasn't the way to be [and] wouldn't be tolerable. First off, I have too much respect for that organization to [show] any type of disrespect for Jeffrey Lurie [Eagles Chairman and CEO], Howie Roseman [Eagles General Manager], Chip Kelly [Eagles Head Coach], and the entire Eagles organization [and] the fan base. I had too much respect for them to behave in such a manner. I just felt if I could be the example for other guys around the league, because it could happen to them, [show] them how to react when things don't go your way, and then I just wanted to be a living example of that. I don't have one ounce of hate in my blood. For all we went through in Philly for the last two or three years, not winning, and the only thing I wanted to do was win. I would have been even happier if we would have won the Super Bowl. That would be one ring under my belt.

On if he envisions himself as the opening day starting quarterback…

You know, I can't say right now. It's so farfetched to say I could envision myself as starter because I don't know what Marty has installed in his offense. I don't know what's new. I don't know if the old concepts still exist. I've just got to get a feel for everything again. I have to also compete with myself every day to be the best that I can be and bring out the best in myself. That is what is important right now. I need to get my mindset up to be the best practice player I can be. I'll worry about the games when they come.

On not coming to New York to be a backup…

I came to New York to play football. That's what I came to New York to do. I came to New York to play football. As long as I have a uniform on, I'm good.

On the possibility of the Jets acquiring WR DeSean Jackson…

I think DeSean has to handle his own business in his own personal manner and I have to handle mine. But if there's an opportunity to get DeSean, I'm pretty sure the New York Jets fans would be in favor of that. But who knows, it takes a lot to make a trade happen [with] all of the intricacies of a contract. It's not for us as players to decide. But hopefully everything will work out for DeSean. If he ends up in New York, we'll be happy, just as happy as he will be. But who knows, you can't say.

On how he is different compared to when he first came in the league…

When I first came into the league I was young, just like any other young guy. I come from a different background from most guys, so things were kind of spicy for me. I had a tendency not to listen and kind of did things my own way, but at the same time understood that playing football was the most important thing. And I stayed productive in doing that. Could I have maximized my potential even more? Yeah, but I was still able to lead my team to a playoff win against Green Bay and to the NFC championship game in 2004. So I've learned a lot of lessons throughout time. If I could have done it all over again, would I? Yeah, I would. And I'm pretty sure we all could say the same thing in that regard. But I'm just accepting where I'm at now, thanking God that I still have an opportunity to play. Thanking God that my body is still in tip-top condition to move and be able to do the things I've done the last couple of years. And hopefully I'm able to play some more football, and I think I will be able to.

On he knew he’d sign with the Jets when he came in for his visit…

I didn't know if I was going to sign. I was planning on taking another visit next weekend. But I walked into the building and it was jaw dropping from the time I walked in. I had a chance to meet with Rex. Rex kind of took the cake. It was on from there. You want to be in an environment where you are around good people and where they care. They care about winning and they care about players. It’s a family oriented environment and it's all about us. That's where I want to be. That's where I'm comfortable. I was comfortable when I was leaving. I told them we can get it done right now and we got it done.

On not returning to Philadelphia…

You know, returning to the Eagles would have been tough. Nick played out of his mind last year. There was nothing I can do about that. Even though I love Chip Kelly as a coach, as a man, as a person. I would have loved to have come back, but I think Coach Kelly wanted me to go out and pursue my opportunities as much as I did. We spoke briefly, and he wanted better things for me. And we all know that Nick deserves to the starter for that team. I just feel if I've have to go somewhere and compete and put myself in the same position I was in last year, then I don't mind. It brings out the best in me and I’ve learned that competing in mini-camp and OTAs and training camp can prepare you for the season. It’s good to get in the mindset early and it only helps you long term.

On if he has spoken with Smith about who will wear number seven…

Yeah, Geno is going to wear number seven. I'm changing my number.

On what he is changing his number to…

It's undecided. Who knows? I’m going to come up with something within the next week.

On the potential to hit the free agent market next year if he has good season…

Who knows? I hate to get the cart before the horse. My thing right now is to go out and play some good football. If my number is called, I've got to be productive and I’ve got to stay healthy. That’s the only way teams are going to want you in this league. I feel like I can always be a valuable guy that can substitute with somebody if need be. But I have to make sure that I maintain my integrity of being the best quarterback that I can be, and the hard work and the effort to be the best that I can be. That's what's most important.

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Daily News Live: Hack Attack 00:02:52
As the Jets get ready for their second preseason game, the panel discusses if a good game from Hackenberg can win him the starting job.

 

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In the latest installment of JRSportBrief on SNY.tv, JR talks about the idea of an NFL work stoppage in a few years.

In the latest installment of JRSportBrief on SNY.tv, JR talks about the idea of an NFL work stoppage in a few years.

 

 

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In the latest episode of The Jet Stream, Jonas Schwartz and Willie Colon look back at the eight sacks the Jets' D laid on the Tennessee Titans, as well as Christian Hackenberg's performance. Later, the guys discuss the wide receivers, offensive line, and their expectations for this week's matchup with the Detroit Lions.

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New York Jets quarterback Josh McCown watches as quarterback Christian Hackenberg warms up before a preseason game against the Tennessee Titans at MetLife Stadium. (Brad Penner/USA Today Sports Images)
New York Jets quarterback Josh McCown watches as quarterback Christian Hackenberg warms up before a preseason game against the Tennessee Titans at MetLife Stadium. (Brad Penner/USA Today Sports Images)

While New York Jets head coach Todd Bowles did name a starting quarterback for Saturday's preseason game against the Detroit Lions, he is expected to give Josh McCown more playing time.

McCown, who did not get receive any reps at Thursday's practice when the Jets did game-plan prep, according to ESPN's Rich Cimini, played the opening drive last week in New York's 7-3 win over the Tennessee Titans, but Christian Hackenberg then played the following eight possessions.

Bowles said he didn't anticipate any lineup changes, but left the door open to it by saying, "we'll discuss it."

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New York Jets outside linebacker Lorenzo Mauldin in action against the Jacksonville Jaguars during the preseason game at MetLife Stadium. (Vincent Carchietta/USA TODAY Sports)
New York Jets outside linebacker Lorenzo Mauldin in action against the Jacksonville Jaguars during the preseason game at MetLife Stadium. (Vincent Carchietta/USA TODAY Sports)

New York Jets linebacker Lorenzo Mauldin tweaked his back and sat out practice Thursday, leaving him uncertain for the preseason game at Detroit on Saturday night.

Mauldin had been dealing with a back issue earlier during training camp, but returned to the field Wednesday. Coach Todd Bowles said the third-year linebacker was inside receiving treatment during practice Thursday.

Bowles added that he was unsure how long Mauldin would be sidelined, but said that he would likely not play against the Lions.

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GEICO SportsNite: Jets camp 00:03:01
Jeane Coakley talks to Muhammad Wilkerson about being one of the older, vocal leaders in the locker room at Jets camp.

 

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Daily News Live: Bowles' future 00:04:48
The Daily News Live panel discusses what Todd Bowles can do to save his job and if he is the right coach to lead a rebuilding effort.

 

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(Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports)

Looking to gain a physical edge on the field, Jets linebacker Darron Lee gained nine pounds heading into training camp. 

Lee, who was 227 pounds after minicamp ended, is now 236 at training camp. 

"On my conditioning test, everybody was like, 'You look noticeably bigger,'" Lee said, according to the New York Daily News. "Hey, I put in that work."

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Jeane Coakley and Ralph Vacchiano report from Florham Park where Todd Bowles allowed his team to remove pads during practice on Wednesday.

 

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(Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports)

Jets linebacker Lorenzo Mauldin showed up to a Manhattan court on Wednesday for his alleged assault of a Queens man, but the case has been delayed because prosecution wasn't ready to file paper work, according to multiple reports

Mauldin had turned himself in to authorities in late June for his alleged role in the nightclub attack that took place on April 2. The New York Post reported on June 21 that Mauldin had been charged with misdemeanor assault, which carries a maximum sentence of year in jail.

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New York Jets head coach Todd Bowles answers questions from media at Atlantic Health Jets Training Center. Mandatory Credit: (Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports)
New York Jets head coach Todd Bowles answers questions from media at Atlantic Health Jets Training Center. Mandatory Credit: (Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports)

Ralph Vacchiano, SNY.TV:

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. - In the wake of the ugly riots in Charlottesville, Va., there's a possibility that more NFL players will decline to stand for the national anthem during preseason games this weekend, joining a protest started by Colin Kaepernick last year. So far there's no indication any Jets players will join them.

But if they do, their coach will have their back.

"We don't have a rule book on what's right to protest and not protest," Bowles said at Jets training camp on Wednesday. "You don't know those things until the course of time, whether it's sitting for the anthem, whether it's raising your fist, wither it's speaking out, a walk to Washington -- who's to say whose protest is good or bad?"

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New York Jets quarterback Christian Hackenberg (5) throws a pass against the Tennessee Titans during the third quarter at MetLife Stadium. (Dennis Schneidler-USA TODAY Sports)
New York Jets quarterback Christian Hackenberg (5) throws a pass against the Tennessee Titans during the third quarter at MetLife Stadium. (Dennis Schneidler-USA TODAY Sports)

Ralph Vacchiano, SNY.TV:

John Morton seemed to like everything he saw with Jets quarterback Christian Hackenberg on Saturday night. He liked his poise, his decisiveness, the decisions he made. It was clearly a step in the right direction.

But was it a big step toward Hackenberg getting the starting job?

That's a question that Morton, the Jets new offensive coordinator, wasn't willing to answer on Tuesday. In fact, Morton made it sound like Hackenberg still has a long ways to go.

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Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Lucky Whitehead (13) during the second half against the Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium. The Cowboys won 35-10. (Scott R. Galvin-USA TODAY Sports)
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Lucky Whitehead (13) during the second half against the Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium. The Cowboys won 35-10. (Scott R. Galvin-USA TODAY Sports)

Jets WR Lucky Whitehead, who suffered a broken foot during Monday's practice, will have surgery for the injury, head coach Todd Bowles said on Wednesday.

Prior to deciding on surgery, Whitehead was expected to miss four-to-six weeks, SNY's Ralph Vacchiano confirmed.

Whitehead joined the Jets after he was released by the Cowboys on July 24. He returend two punts and a kickoff in the Jets' preseason opener. Serving primarily as a returner, he caught three passes for 48 yards for the Cowboys in 2016.

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GEICO SportsNite: Jets camp 00:01:46
Jeane Coakley reports from Jets camp, where Todd Bowles was pleased with his team's response to his criticism.

 

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SNY's Jeane Coakley reports from Jets training camp where head coach Todd Bowles was not pleased with the team's most recent practice.

 

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New York Jets running back Matt Forte is tackled by Miami Dolphins corner back Tony Lippett during the fourth quarter at MetLife Stadium. (Brad Penner/USA Today Sports Images)
New York Jets running back Matt Forte is tackled by Miami Dolphins corner back Tony Lippett during the fourth quarter at MetLife Stadium. (Brad Penner/USA Today Sports Images)

Jets running back Matt Forte is missing time in the preseason and training camp due to a hamstring injury for the second year in a row, but told NJ.com's JJ Conrad he feels he is close to returning to the field.

"I'm feeling good, but not good enough to be in full practice yet," Forte said to Conrad on Monday. "I'm just going through what the trainers tell me, easing back in. I don't want to go back out there immediately and get injured again."

Forte, who did not play in Saturday's 7-3 win over the Tennessee Titans in the Jets' preseason opener, said he the trainers are being cautious with him given the nature of hamstring injuries and the fact the veteran running back underwent arthroscopic surgery to repair a torn meniscus at the end of last season.

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Oct 17, 2016; Glendale, AZ, USA; General view of a New York Jets helmet during the game against the Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports (Matt Kartozian)
Oct 17, 2016; Glendale, AZ, USA; General view of a New York Jets helmet during the game against the Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports (Matt Kartozian)

The Jets have signed undrafted rookie WR Daniel Williams, and waived WR Deshon Foxx, per SNY's Ralph Vacchiano. 

Williams spent time with the Oakland Raiders after going undrafted out of Jackson State (Miss.). Standing at 6-foot-2, 234 pounds, he totaled 184 receptions for 2,497 yards and 19 touchdowns in four years at college. 

Foxx went undrafted as well out of UConn in 2016. He spent time on the Seattle Seahawks practice squad before joining the Jets this offseason. The Jets waived him on May 9, but eventually resigned him on May 22. 

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New York Jets quarterback Christian Hackenberg (5) watches as quarterback Josh McCown (15) warms up before a preseason game against the Tennessee Titans at MetLife Stadium. (Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports)
New York Jets quarterback Christian Hackenberg (5) watches as quarterback Josh McCown (15) warms up before a preseason game against the Tennessee Titans at MetLife Stadium. (Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports)

With Christian Hackenberg and Bryce Petty still early in their NFL careers, Josh McCown is taking a leadership and mentorship role at quarterback in his first season with the Jets. 

"Every quarterback goes out there and they want to finish each drive with a touchdown, so when those things are happening, there is kind of an inner fight of, man, do I need to do more?" McCown said, according to Newsday. "Things happen and you get kind of delayed, but the fight as a quarterback is to stay in the system, stay within the game and don't be greedy and force the ball. So my hat is off to both of them for not doing that."

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SNY's Jonas Schwartz and former NFL guard Willie Colon are live from Jets training camp in Florham Park. The guys open the show with SNY Jets reporter Jeane Coakley to discuss the biggest storylines from camp. Then, they welcome in tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins, who opens up about the troubled start to his NFL career, and how he is a changed man. Later, rookie safety Marcus Maye joins the show to give his thoughts on his first NFL training camp, and how he is adjusting to life in the New York area.

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Atlanta Falcons free safety Robenson Therezie returns a pass interception against the Jacksonville Jaguars during the second quarter at the Georgia Dome. (Dale Zanine/USA TODAY Sports)
Atlanta Falcons free safety Robenson Therezie returns a pass interception against the Jacksonville Jaguars during the second quarter at the Georgia Dome. (Dale Zanine/USA TODAY Sports)

The Jets signed former Atlanta Falcons defensive back Robenson Therezie after safety Doug Middleton reportedly suffered a torn pec.

Therezie, a 26-year-old free safety, recorded one interception, two passes defensed and 36 combined tackles in 25 games with Atlanta over the past two seasons. He was an undrafted free agent out of Auburn.

Middleton, who was competing for a backup role with New York, recorded six combined tackles and one pass defensed in four games as a Jet last season. He suffered the injury in the fourth quarter in Saturday's 7-3 preseason win over the Tennessee Titans and is expected to undergo surgery, according to the New York Daily News' Manish Mehta.

The Jets also announced they waived fullback Algernon Brown, who appeared in eight offensive plays and two plays on special teams on Saturday. He recorded 1,310 rushing yards and 13 rushing touchdowns in four seasons with BYU.

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Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson chats with SNY's Jeane Coakley about the Jets' preseason win over the Tennessee Titans.

 

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This preseason, I'll be spotlighting an under-the-radar player who impressed me in each game and assessing that player's chances of making the team.  Today we'll look at defensive lineman Claude Pelon, who was one of the top performers in the Jets' 7-3 win over the Titans in the preseason opener.

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Aug 12, 2017; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets quarterback Christian Hackenberg (5) throws a pass against the Tennessee Titans during the third quarter at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Dennis Schneidler-USA TODAY Sports (Dennis Schneidler)
Aug 12, 2017; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets quarterback Christian Hackenberg (5) throws a pass against the Tennessee Titans during the third quarter at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Dennis Schneidler-USA TODAY Sports (Dennis Schneidler)

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - The last time anybody saw Christian Hackenberg in a game was the preseason finale almost a year ago. It was a disaster. He completed just 11 of 31 passes for 54 yards and threw an interception, too.

It was a much, much different and better Hackenberg that the Jets got to see on Saturday night.

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Aug 12, 2017; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; Tennessee Titans quarterback Alex Tanney (11) is sacked by New York Jets linebacker Julian Stanford (51) during the second quarter of a preseason game at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports (Brad Penner)
Aug 12, 2017; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; Tennessee Titans quarterback Alex Tanney (11) is sacked by New York Jets linebacker Julian Stanford (51) during the second quarter of a preseason game at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports (Brad Penner)

Josh McCown threw the Jets' first touchdown of the preseason and the team's defense tallied eight sacks in a 7-3 win over the Titans on Saturday at MetLife Stadium.

The Jets kept the Titans out of the endzone for the duration of the game, allowing only a field goal on a five-play, 49-yard drive in the third quarter. 

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - The good news is the Jets really have no choice but to play most of their starters in their preseason opener. Or maybe that's the bad news given the low expectations for this team.

But Jets GM Mike Maccagnan and coach Todd Bowles have promised competition all summer long for almost every job on the roster, and the competition begins for real against the Tennessee Titans at the Meadowlands on Saturday night. Not all jobs are up for grabs, of course, but quite a few are.

Here's an inside look at some of the battles and 10 intriguing players to watch:

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(Noah K. Murray)

Some of the Jets' newest additions, TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins and S Marcus Maye, had high praise for their new head coach, Todd Bowles. 

Both appeared on SNY's The Jet Stream podcast, and when asked who is most impactful to the Jets this season, Seferian-Jenkins showed love to his coach. 

"I would definitely say, first of all, coach Bowles," Seferian-Jenkins told SNY's Jonas Schwartz and Willie Colon. "I never had a coach like that, that really just says a real, honest thing. Just tells you the truth. He doesn't want to lie to you, he doesn't want to sugarcoat anything. I think he's a phenomenal coach."

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GEICO SportsNite: Jets camp 00:02:31
Jeane Coakley reports from Jets training camp to preview their first preseason game of the 2017-18 season on Saturday, August 12.

 

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New York Jets quarterback Christian Hackenberg (5) warms up before a game against the Buffalo Bills at MetLife Stadium. (Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports)
New York Jets quarterback Christian Hackenberg (5) warms up before a game against the Buffalo Bills at MetLife Stadium. (Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports)

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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. - The memories of Christian Hackenberg from last season are few and not very good. He had two ugly preseason performances and then was buried on the depth chart, only resurfacing to occasionally misfire in practice. His future didn't appear bright at all.

That's why all eyes will be on Hackenberg when the Jets open up their preseason slate against the Tennesssee Titans at the Meadowlands on Saturday night.

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Jeane Coakley breaks down the latest news and updates from Jets camp as they get ready for their first preseason game on Saturday.

 

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(Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports)

Jets corner Buster Skrine thinks this year's secondary will not only be an improvement over last year's but that the group also has the potential to stand out. 

"This is my seventh year in the NFL and this is one of the most aggressive groups I've been around - and confident," Skrine said, according to Newsday.

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