The New York Jets claimed former St. Louis Rams running back Daryl Richardson from waivers a couple of months ago. By all accounts, he is having a strong camp and has the chance to solidify his roster spot with a solid preseason. Some people have stated that they don’t want to see the Jets carry four running backs, but with concerns about Chris Ivory and Chris Johnson’s health, it would be wise to carry four on a team that will predominantly run theball. However, I don’t think you carry Richardson because he’s just an extra body; you carry him because he has the potential to actively contribute. Why?

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Due to a shoulder injury it appears that rookie 4th round wide receiver Shaq Evans is going to be headed to the New York Jets IR. This isn’t an overly surprising thing for many who have been following the team, considering the current depth chart and the potential to give a developmental prospect like Evans a “red-shirt” season. Sixth round rookie, Quincy Enunwa is likely headed to the same place, if not the practice squad. The early weeks of camp have opened up a few interesting debates on the New York Jets offensive personnel and who should stick on the final 53 man roster. Let’s take a closer look…

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