Found October 03, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
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Rex Ryan was joking when he said the Jets might run the Wishbone Monday night in Atlanta against the Falcons with his team’s options at wide receiver so thin. The state of Gang Green’s receiving corps is no laughing matter however. In fact it’s scary. The Jets could be without two of their top three receivers a season-long issue a year ago that limited the passing attack and the group hasn’t exactly been striking fear into opposing secondaries in the first place this season. Neither Santonio Holmes (hamstring) nor Stephen Hill (concussion) were present during the portion of practice the media was allowed to attend on Wednesday. A source told The Post Holmes will be out against the Falcons and Hill is unlikely to play as well though Ryan said “it’s up in the air right now.” The injuries are reminiscent of last year’s struggles through the air when Holmes missed all but four games with a Lisfranc foot injury and a sprained right knee cost Hill five games. Hill the Jets’ lone deep ...
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