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AP According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Austin Howard has impressed the New York Jets in camp and could get more time at right tackle and end up starting ahead of Wayne Hunter who’s been a serious liability. Don’t be surprised if Austin Howard gets more and more time at right tackle for the Jets and winds up as the starter. Howard has impressed. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 22, 2012 I think whoever the Jets put on the field at right tackle, will be an upgrade over Hunter.
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