Found August 01, 2013 on Jets Insider.com:
Cortland, NY – Who are the top three receivers for the Jets? Well the three that came to mind for Mark Sanchez while addressing the media were Santonio Holmes, Braylon Edwards, and Clyde Gates. That third one might come as a surprise to those who haven't been following camp, but the third-year wide receiver has garnered plenty of praise to so far."I've been pleased with Gates,' said Rex Ryan. "Obviously he has been making some great plays. When you are crossing the goal line with the ball, you have a tendency to notice the guy. So he's doing a tremendous...
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