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The Jets’ tailback position began the 2016 season crisply with Matt Forté and concluded it on a high note with Bilal Powell.

Forté, the highly productive rusher and receiver for the Bears for eight seasons, signed last March as an unrestricted free agent as Chris Ivory was departing as a UFA. He churned out 155 scrimmage yards in the opener against the Bengals, had 100 rushing yards and three touchdowns the next week at the Bills, and was key in the win over the Ravens with 154 YFS as the ground game rose to ninth in the NFL at midseason. He’s now 585 rush yards shy of 10,000 for his career.

But a knee injury that he’d been playing through all season began to take its toll. As his workload decreased, Powell’s snaps and yards increased. Bilal used his dynamic, quick-cut running and sure hands to almost single-handedly pull out the comeback win at San Francisco with 145 rushing yards and two TDs, including the OT game-winner. He added 162 YFS against the Dolphins and 122 rush yards in the finale vs. the Bills. And despite his supporting role for much of the year, he easily led the offense in first downs and third-down conversions.

Practice-squad promotions Brandon Wilds (four games) and Brandon Burks (one game) saw action, as did Khiry Robinson at New England, but Robinson’s recurring leg injury kept him from any extended time. Romar Morris spent the season on IR.

 
Jets Free Agents
The Green & White have six running backs and two fullbacks on the roster. None is set to become a free agent in March.

The Market
Le’veon Bell is listed as a potential UFA but the Steelers figure to retain him and make him possibly the NFL’s highest-paid RB. LeGarrette Blount has sounded as if he wants to say with New England. Other than that, the RB free agency pool could have Eddie Lacy and a lot of 30-somethings — DeAngelo Williams (33), James Starks (30), Rashad Jennings (31, just released by the Giants), one-time Jet Danny Woodhead (32), Tim Hightower (30) and Reggie Bush (31).

Synopsis
Stump Mitchell brings a wealth of knowledge and experience as Todd Bowles’ new RBs coach. He was a versatile back and returner with the Cardinals for nine years, and everywhere he’s coached, he’s polished top backs — Ricky Watters and Shaun Alexander with Seattle, Clinton Portis with Washington, and most recently David Johnson with the Cardinals.

It will be interesting to see the new balance in ’17 between Powell and Forté, who turned 31 in December. But however the reps shake out and regardless of whoever is added in free agency and the draft, the position appears to be in good hands.

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Darron Lee had a good start to this NFL career and big things could be on the horizon. Legendary NFL personnel man Gil Brandt named Lee to his All-Rookie Team, stating that the 22-year-old ILB has what it takes to become one of the league’s elite players.

“Lee is a linebacker who thrives in a game built on speed. He has a chance to be a future star,” Brandt said. “He finished with 73 tackles — that’s a lot of tackles for someone who started just nine times (out of 13 games).”

Lee, selected No. 20 overall out of Ohio State last April, had modest expectations when starting his NFL trek.

“I definitely wanted to ease into a starting role. That was my goal, to be able to start at some point in the season, whether it be early or later on,” he said at the end of his first campaign. “I just wanted to get to that starting role and at that point contribute, make some tackles and have an impact to help the team. I was starting to get to that and then the Arizona game and it was a roadblock.”

 

An ankle injury suffered against the Cardinals in Week 6 forced Lee to miss three games. The 6’1”, 232-pounder, who was leading the club in tackles at the time of his sprain, returned to action against the Rams in Week 10 and then started the team’s final six games.

“At least I know I can belong and I can play,” said Lee, who finished with a sack along with three passes defended. “Now it’s about closing that gap from being so close to making that big play to making that big play.”

Following Todd Bowles’ initial plan, Lee came in an as the nickel ‘backer and became a three-down player. He gave the Jets an infusion of speed and pursued well while showing progress in coverage. Lee says he can get better at everything and he’s anxious to become the game-changer he was with the Buckeyes.

“Taking the whole film to another level and taking cues to another level, so I put myself in a better position to make that big play,” he said. “And I’d say that’s the next big part is making that big play.”

In 2014-15, Lee combined for 27.5 tackles for loss and 12.0 sacks at Ohio State. He has high expectations for himself and doesn’t plan on slowing down.

“I haven’t arrived in any shape or form.”