And for those who think that Pennington's inconsistent deep balls thus far are a byproduct of his shoulder surgery, you might want to think again.
"It's not a matter of how far I can throw it; it's a matter of putting it in the right spot," said Pennington.
Pennington doesn't look like he's favoring his shoulder or thinking about when he throws.
"The best thing about these last few practices is that I've just reacted," said Pennington. "I haven't thought about how my shoulder feels, what's going on or rehab. I just reacted and tried to play ball. When you do that, you know you're on the right track. I'm just going to react and take my reads." . . .
The Jets will leave a 4:30 a.m. on Saturday for their practice with the Giants . . .
Safety Rashad Washington was held out of both practices on Monday with what probably is a concussion. The injury happened during a Sunday practice. This injury certainly won't help Washington's chances of making a team that has an overabundance of safeties . . .
ESPN is looking to have Captain Jet on "Cold Pizza" . . .
One reason the Jets have limited safety Jon McGraw in practice is that he still isn't 100 percent healed from off-season groin surgery. The doctors told the Jets coaches if he comes back to soon, he could suffer the same injury again . . .
S Pete Hunter, who had off-season knee surgery, is still having issues with the knee. It has been swelling up on him . . .
Herman Edwards ripped into the team during the morning practice.
"I think they needed to understand that we need some violence, not a pillow fight," said Edwards.
It's going to be very tough for the Jets to cut WR Chas Gessner. The former Jets practice squad player out of Brown, has had a near perfect camp . . .
P Ben Graham put on quite a punting display during the afternoon practice, with a couple punts that had over a 5.0 hang-time. He also had a 70-yard punt.