If the Jets do sign Green, one thing they won't have to worry about his conditioning. He is one of the hardest workers in the league, and has been working out like a maniac down in Georgia . . .
Curtis Conway seem to tweak his left knee in a pile on Wednesday, but he continued to practice.
Conway has impressed the Jets with this work ethic. The team got home late Saturday night after the Saints game, but when Herman Edwards arrived at the complex early the next morning, Conway was in the weight room lifting weights . . .
Whatever mental issues plagued kicker Doug Brien last year with Minnesota seem to be in the past. He seems very confident and ready for a big year. Brien hired a mental coach to help him through the tough time he was going through.
"The key is not to think about the situation and what I have to do," said Brien about dealing with pressure. "I work hard at keeping my head out of the way." . . .
The Jets backup secondary situation continues to be an area of concern. Now Andrew Davison is hobbled by a calf strain and Derek Pagel continues to be sidelined with a sprained ankle . . .
James "Tank" Reed has quietly had a terrific summer. By the way, the idea to use him as a goalline fullback has not been scrapped. It is still a possibility . . .
A big focus this summer has been on improved tackling and the emphasis seems to be baring fruit. Last week against New Orleans, the Jets had just three missed tackles . . .
A key battle to focus on this Saturday night is for the fifth running back position. The first four spots are set Curtis Martin, Lamont Jordan, Jerald Sowell and B.J. Askew. The teams is looking for a fifth guy to emerge. The vote here goes for speedster Raymonn Adams who has tremendous potential.
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