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New York Jets Release First Depth Chart

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This Thursday, the New York Jets have their first preseason game of the 2014-2015 season against the Indianapolis Colts. In advance of that, the team has announced its first depth chart. At this point, it's important to remember that the rosters are not set in stone.

WR Jeremy Kerley David Nelson Clyde Gates Jacoby Ford
Jalen Saunders
Shaq Evans
LT D'Brickashaw Ferguson Ben Ijalana Patrick Ford
LG Brian Winters Oday Aboushi
C Nick Mangold Dalton Freeman Caleb Schlauderaff
RG Willie Colon Dakota Dozier William Campbell
RT Breno Giacomini Markus Zusevics Brent Qvale
TE Jeff Cumberland Jace Amaro Zach Sudfeld Chris Pantale
Colin Anderson
WR Eric Decker Stephen Hill Greg Salas Saalim Hakim
Quincy Enunwa
Michael Campbell
QB Geno Smith Michael Vick Matt Simms Tajh Boyd
FB Tommy Bohanon Chad Young
RB Chris Ivory Chris Johnson Bilal Powell Alex Green
Daryl Richardson
Michael Smith
DE Muhammad Wilkerson Leger Douzable Tevita Finau Anthony Grady
NT Damon Harrison Kenrick Ellis
DT Sheldon Richardson T.J. Barnes Kerry Hyder Zach Thompson
OLB Quinton Coples Jason Babin Troy Davis IK Enemkpali
Antwan Barnes
WLB Demario Davis Tim Fugger A.J. Edds Jeremiah George
MLB David Harris Nick Bellore Steele Divitto
OLB Calvin Pace Garrett McIntyre Jermaine Cunningham Trevor Reilly
CB Dee Milliner Kyle Wilson Darrin Walls Johnny Patrick
Brandon Dixon
CB Dimitri Patterson Dexter McDougle Ellis Lankster Ras-I Dowling
Jeremy Reeves
S Antonio Allen Calvin Pryor Josh Bush
S Dawan Landry Jaiquawn Jarrett Rontez Miles

Some notes, per the team. First, the team considers Ivory, Johnson, and Powell to all be starters at running back. Second, Winters and Aboushi are battling for the starting left guard role, although Winters currently has the edge. What notable things have you noticed about this roster? For me, it's interesting that Allen is ahead of Pryor, although Pryor has been out lately with a concussion, so it isn't all that surprising. Furthermore, it's also interesting that Davis is ahead of Barnes at OLB as well. What about you?