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NFL offseason, but plenty to keep us busy

DANIEL FELLS
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The 10-week NFL offseason training period has concluded, giving way to six weeks of summer vacation for league personnel. In that light, here is a look back at the top 10 story lines to emerge from minicamps and organized team activities:

1. Mark Sanchez is still the top dog with the Jets — for now.

The writing is obviously on the wall that Sanchez’s time in New York is short. The Jets drafted Geno Smith in the second round, and signed David Garrard before he was forced to retire with a knee injury. And anyone who watched Sanchez last season, when he posted a passer rating of 66.9, knows his confidence is rattled.

But don’t kick Sanchez to the curb just yet.

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