Hansen has impressed the Jets' brass during the team's offseason program, Connor Hughes of The Athletic New York reports.

After a strong showing in OTAs, Hansen turned heads again during Tuesday's minicamp practice, with Hughes specifically praising the second-year wideout for beating cornerback Trumaine Johnson on a comeback route at one point during the session. While Hansen faces no shortage of competition in a deep wide-receiver corps, he could work his way into the mainstream fantasy conversation with a strong preseason. At the very least, he has already seemed to gain separation on the depth chart from ArDarius Stewart, who was drafted one round earlier in 2017.

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