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After today’s loss to the Miami Dolphins, the Jets will have plenty of time to do some much needed soul-searching and retooling roster-wise. Now, they have one more thing to add to the list: figuring out what to do with Santonio Holmes. ESPN New York has learned from a “team source” that Holmes “quit” during the final two minutes of the game and was benched by receivers...

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Somehow, when offensive captain Santonio Holmes was confined to the Jets sideline for much of Sunday's loss to Miami, Jets coach Rex Ryan was not aware of it -- or, more accurately, wasn't sure who had made the call to bench one of his starting wide receivers. Gang Green is a mess, and not just because the Jets (8-8) will miss the playoffs a year after advancing to the AFC...

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