Posted June 19, 2013 on nyj.scout.com
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Still making his way back from a severe foot fracture, the Jets' top pass-catcher Santonio Holmes talks about his rehab, taking classes at Ohio State and share his thoughts on Gang Green's current group of wide receivers.
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