Found August 29, 2012 on Football Nation:
As week one of the 2012 NFL season approaches, rosters are taking shape as teams gear up for the regular season.Here is a comprehensive look at the Jets roster as they gear up for week one versus the Buffalo Bills on September 9th.OFFENSEQB 1 - Mark Sanchez        QB 2 - Tim Tebow       QB 3 - Greg McElroyRB 1 - Shonn Greene        RB 2 - Bilal Powell       RB 3 - Joe McKnight       RB 4 - Terrance Ganaway (R)WR 1 - Santonio Holmes   WR 2 - Stephen Hill (R)   WR 3 - Jeremy Kerley   WR 4 - Patrick Turner/Chaz SchilensTE 1 - Dustin Keller          TE 2 - Jeff Cumberland         TE 3 - Dedrick EppsLeft Tackle - D'Brickashaw Ferguson   Left Guard - Matt SlausonCenter - Nick MangoldRight Tackle - Austin Howard    Right Guard - Brandon MooreKey Notes: Tight end Dustin Keller, out with a strained hamstring, opened the door for a possible move to bring in another tight end off the free agent market. Possible options include former Giant, Jeremy Sho
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