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Jets' Braxton Berríos debuts new hair as he gains confidence in his fourth year

Was that Slim Shady running the route of the Jets? I just dressed up. The Jets spark his plugs his return man bleaches as his camp begins, showing off his blonde hairstyle and reveling in Eminem jokes from his teammates. 

"It was a fun camp at first, but I've grown to love it and will continue," Berrios said. 

Berrios' good vibes are a testament to the development of the Jets as a whole. The team is excited, confident and ready to fight for victory. 

"We can do anything," Berrios said after Friday's practice. "We play to win." 

But be careful with your confidence. Berrios was happy to hype his team and his teammates, but was quick to avoid ranking the Jets' receiving team's league-wide ability. To be honest, I'm not going to put a ceiling or a floor," he said. 

Braxton Berrios sports a new hair color.
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Braxton Berrios (10) participates in drills at Jets training camp.
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The 26-year-old utility man's understated but ambitious demeanor has fans in the building. Head coach Robert Saleh might be the biggest one. 

"He's a bulldog. He works his absolute tail. He knows every spot on offense," Saleh said. . "I love everything about him and the way he runs his business." 

With a new hairstyle and plenty of confidence, Berrios is one of the most experienced players on the Jets roster. and is in his fourth season with the team. Still, he's one of the hardest working players out there, always trying to improve his game. 

"There are all things that need to be tackled. You don't think he's very good at one thing. It's a holistic approach and everyone in the room I really learned from," he said. "A receiver can always improve." 

His growth will likely come more from the attacking side of the game than the special teams side. Berrios is already an All-Pro return his man, with his 30.4 yards/kick last season he led the league in returns. He recorded his 852 kick return yards and his 2021 touchdown. 

As a receiver, he recorded his catches for 431 yards and his two touchdowns in his 16 games. There's a lot more potential, but with the addition of a deep receiving legion and first-round draft pick Garrett Wilson, a touch will be hard to come by.