Posted July 31, 2013 on nyj.scout.com
The New York Jets defensive front is looking to reach new altitudes in 2013. Look to see the Jets top pass-rusher, Quinton Coples’ new role for this year and the advice he has to offer to Gang Green’s rookie cornerback, Dee Milliner.
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