A few weeks back I wrote this article on the New York Jets scary lack of depth at offensive tackle. Since then, they have been active in reshuffling the depth chart. Sean Hooey was released. Charles Brown was signed after mini-camp, immediately becoming the most experienced backup tackle on the roster but maybe most interesting is what happened with second year player Brent Qvale. The Nebraska product was signed as a tryout player last summer before spending the year on the practice squad. He was brought back in 2015 on a reserve/future contract. Yet, the former tackle took more first team reps than any player at right guard in Jets minicamp.

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