In a surprising move, the Jets released wide receiver Jonathan Carter on Monday…
A heaping helping of Monday Whispers
On Monday, he had two more good practices. In practices throughout the summer, the 6-foot-4 Gessner looks like the second coming of former Denver Bronco star Ed McCaffrey. However, Gessner hasn't been able to transfer those performances to preseason games. In the first game, against Detroit, he had two drops. In the second game against Minnesota, he didn't have a drop, but he did have a false start. The Jets still seem committed to Gessner, especially since they released wideout Jonathan Carter on Monday. He was Gessner's main competition for the #5 receiver job. Rookie Harry Williams, who is currently nursing a knee injury, will likely end up on the practice squad. Gessner has been so superb in practice, the Jets are willing to give him the last two preseason games to show what he can do in a game. "We're going to hang with the guy and just keep trying to get him the football," said Jets coach Herman Edwards. "You've...
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