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Karl Dorrell

Karl Dorrell returns for his third season as the Jets wide receivers coach, marking his 28th season coaching at either the collegiate and professional level.

Last season, following an injury to Eric Decker, Dorrell would get increased contributions from Quincy Enunwa, who established career bests in every category and led the team in receiving yards and receiving touchdowns. Undrafted rookie Robby Anderson finished with the sixth most receiving yards among rookie wide receivers in 2016 and finished seventh in franchise history for most receiving yards by a rookie, becoming the first Jets receiver with multiple touchdown receptions of 40+ yards since 2010.

Karl Dorrell returns for his third season as the Jets wide receivers coach, marking his 28th season coaching at either the collegiate and professional level.

Last season, following an injury to Eric Decker, Dorrell would get increased contributions from Quincy Enunwa, who established career bests in every category and led the team in receiving yards and receiving touchdowns. Undrafted rookie Robby Anderson finished with the sixth most receiving yards among rookie wide receivers in 2016 and finished seventh in franchise history for most receiving yards by a rookie, becoming the first Jets receiver with multiple touchdown receptions of 40+ yards since 2010.

In his first season with the Jets (2015), Dorrell oversaw a record-setting receiving group led by Brandon Marshall, who earned Pro Bowl recognition after posting franchise marks with 109 receptions (fourth in the league), 1,502 yards (fourth) and 14 receiving touchdowns (tied for first). Additionally, Decker and Marshall would combine for the most receptions and receiving touchdowns of any wide receiver duo in Jets history while finishing second in team annals in total receiving yards. The pair also logged touchdowns in the same game nine times, besting the previous NFL record established in 1998.

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