ESPN New York confirms the Jets "patience is wearing thin" with third-year WR Stephen Hill.
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The Jets aren't counting on Hill as anything more than a No. 4 receiver coming off two injury- and dropped-filled seasons. His roster spot is in jeopardy, and ESPN's Rich Cimini fully expects the Jets to draft a receiver in the first two rounds to complement Eric Decker. Hill has 4.36 speed and ideal NFL size, but has been a major disappointment since being the 43rd overall pick in 2012.
Jets RE Muhammad Wilkerson reiterated that he has no intentions of holding out this offseason and said he wants to be a "Jet for life."
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Wilkerson hasn't been shy about saying how bad he wants to stay with Gang Green long-term, and we're sure the feeling is mutual. He has one year left on his rookie deal and a 2015 team option that the Jets are fully expected to exercise next month. Wilkerson has yet to miss a game and is elite versus both the run and pass.
Gang Green declined to tender an offer to McIntyre last month as a restricted free agent and is likely bringing him back at the minimum. The 29-year-old recorded two sacks and 19 tackles last season as a reserve and special teamer. He'll fill compete to fill the same role again in 2014.