About a month before camp, Geno Smith and most of the Jets' skill players will work out in Brandon Marshall's hometown, Chicago, so Marshall can spend more time with his newborn twins. They'll work on "chemistry, talking over the playbook and things we saw at the end of camp, things that we thought we needed to improve on,'' Smith said.
It's usually not a good thing when a receiver changes teams, unless he's getting a promotion, which isn't really the case with Marshall. But it's a good sign that he and Smith are working on their chemistry, because they're going to need to be on the same page by the time training camp begins. Smith is expected to get an opportunity to start at least four games so that the franchise can decide if he’s their quarterback of the future. With the addition of Marshall, Eric Decker and receiving TE Jace Amaro in the last two years, the weapons around him are improved. He could work his way into the QB2/streaming conversation if he gets off to a good start.