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The New York Jets will begin training camp on July 26. Leading up to that, Jets Wire will provide some quick hitting analysis on each position for New York.
Next up is the running back unit:
New York Jets running back Breece Hall. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
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The big storyline
RB Michael Carter (Kareem Elgazzar-The Enquirer, USA TODAY NETWORK)
How will the Jets work out their running back snaps? According to reports at minicamp, Hall, a Round 2 rookie, is looking at getting No. 1 touches in his first season. But Carter offers something as well. How does that shake out?
Depth spots will also be up for grabs as the likes of Perine, Johnson and Coleman will look to lock up either one or two remaining spots.
New York Jets’ Michael Carter . (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
Hall could start seeing a split in carries early in his career, but expect the Jets to start giving him a clear edge in touches once the year rolls on. While Carter has had his successes, reports in New York say the team really love Hall.
Behind that duo, Coleman could have an inside edge as a third-back back above the rest. The Jets did re-sign him this offseason as well.