Marcus Williams continues to impress at Jets OTA's

Cornerback Marcus Williams has "made good improvements since last year," New York Jets secondary coach Joe Danna.

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Williams thinks the competition he's faced this offseason has helped in his progression. "I’ve been working on my press, working on playing outside a lot more and just getting better at little things," Williams said. "I think going against guys like [wide receivers] Brandon Marshall and [Eric] Decker also helps a lot, too." Williams is the favorite for the third cornerback role behind Darrelle Revis and Buster Skrine, but he will have to hold off first-round bust Dee Milliner for the job.

The Jets' defense finished 2015 ranked sixth in Adjusted Defensive Net Expected Points per play.