Next is second-year receiver Robby Anderson, who made the team last summer after being an undrafted free agent and finished with 42 catches for 587 yards and two scores.
There's a significant dropoff in career production after that with Charone Peake (19 catches), Myles White (16), Chris Harper (14), Jalin Marshall (14), Lucky Whitehead (nine) and Frankie Hammond (four).
New York also has four rookie receivers on the roster: third-rounder ArDarius Stewart, fourth-rounder Chad Hansen and undrafted Deshon Foxx and Gabe Marks.
That could prompt the Jets to scour the waiver wire or look into some unemployed veterans to help fill what might be the biggest void on the team - other than having yet to determine a starting quarterback.
Last year was a breakthrough season, when he finished tied for second on the team with 58 receptions - one fewer than Marshall - and led the Jets with 857 yards receiving and four TD catches.
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