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Jets training camp preview: How will WR position look? What can Terrelle Pryor, Quincy Enunwa offer?

Fine enough. Anderson emerged as a potential No. 1 receiver (though not a sure-thing No. 1 receiver yet), as the Jets moved on from Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker, and opted to get younger at the position. Anderson was the Jets' top receiver (63 catches, 941 yards, seven touchdowns), while Kearse had 65 catches, 810 yards, and five touchdowns. They were unquestionably the Jets' two best receivers in 2017.

Now that Anderson's legal problems are behind him — the NFL could still suspend him for a game or two in 2018 — he needs to stay out of trouble and show he can be a legit No.