Some quick observations from Sunday’s Jets practice Dan Leberfeld

Florham Park – Here are some of my observations from the Jets’ Sunday practice . . .

*LB Darron Lee’s coverage range was on full display today covering TE Zach Sudfeld down the deep middle of the field, staying in his hip pocket the entire time. He also flashed as a pass rusher beating an offensive tackle off the edge.

*A sleeper in the Jets’ guard derby is Craig Watts. He showed terrific mobility, pulling out into the left flat, and locking up a defender on a screen to Bilal Powell

*WR Chandler Worthy continues to make himself tough to cut. He beat Buster Skrine on a fly-route, and also hauled in a deep out from Ryan Fitzpatrick. On the deep out, he ran a great route at just the right depth.

*TE Brandon Bostick is quietly having a solid camp. He’s taking advantage of the reps he’s getting due to the injury to Wes Saxton. Bostick has 4.5 speed and really gets after defenders as a blocker.

*You have to respect the will of CB Bryson Keaton. First he got a contract after a rookie mini-camp tryout. And now in training camp, he’s making a lot of plays on the ball. He’s doing everything he can to get Mike Maccagnan’s attention.