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New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan told the media today that wide receiver Santonio Holmes may start training camp on the physically unable to perform list
Rex Ryan says there's a "possibility" that Santonio Holmes could start training camp on the PUP list (LisFranc surgery). #nyj
— Manish Mehta (@MMehtaNYDN) June 5, 2013
Holmes is still recovering from Lisfranc surgery
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