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Report: Jets could be ready to 'cut bait' on Stephen Hill
by Larry Hartstein |

Jets receiver Stephen Hill drew strong reviews for his work in minicamp. But the New York Daily News insists the Jets "could be ready to cut bait on their 2012 second rounder who has had two miserable seasons, especially if he can't stay healthy in the preseason." 

Hill was selected under the Mike Tannenbaum regime, so general manager John Idzik "just may cut the team's losses on him," the report said. Hill has 45 catches for 594 yards and four touchdowns through two seasons.

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Jets studs and duds from offseason work
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer

The Jets have finished up their minicamp and are off until training camp. With that in mind, the Newark Star-Ledger broke down some studs and duds from all the offseason work.

The studs include receivers Stephen Hill and David Nelson, offensive lineman Oday Aboushi, cornerback Dexter McDougle and safety Calvin Pryor .

The duds were quarterbacks Michael Vick and Matt Simms and offensive lineman Willie Colon.

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Jets not calling Stephen Hill a bust - yet
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer

The Jets aren't ready to give up on third-year receiver Stephen Hill, but he needs to play better, according to receivers coach Sanjay Lal, the New York Daily News reports.

"It's a little early to label him as a bust," Lal said. "When I think of bust, I don't think of him that way. I have seen players who are higher picks that were busts because of their own laziness. Those are busts. ... I have a hard time labeling a guy a bust when he's done everything in his power. Luck in terms of injuries hasn't been on his side. Therefore, he hasn't produced consistently. And he's still only 23 years old."

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Stephen Hill still learning in year three
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

Jets receiver Stephen Hill declared himself healthy on Thursday, saying he had "no issues" with his knees or any other part of his body. With that being the case, the third-year receiver knows it's a make-or-break season coming up. 

Hill referred to his first two seasons as a learning experience, one that he hopes pays off in 2014. 

"[T]he only thing I have to get right: Just my preparation, and how to get things done," he said per the Newark Star-Ledger. "Certain things don't have to be full speed all the time. Making sure how to learn in the classroom, where to right things down, where can I see flaws in other [teams'] corners and things like that."

"It's a big learning curve right now, still. But I'm just happy for getting another chance for this year."

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Jets' No. 2 receiver remains a mystery
by Larry Hartstein |

Eric Decker will enter the season as the Jets' top receiver, but who is No. 2? The team did not draft a high-profile wideout. Jeremy Kerley is better in the slot and Stephen Hill can't be counted on, according to 

That leaves the Jets hoping one or more of the receivers they drafted will develop fast. Fourth-rounder Jalen Saunders is "small and shifty," and fellow fourth-rounder Shaq Evans "had five touchdown catches of 54-plus yards in his career," the website notes. Sixth-rounder Quincy Enunwa "set a Nebraska single-season record with 12 touchdowns, including a 99-yarder in the Gator Bowl."

All will get a chance to state their case in minicamp and training camp.

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