A.J. Trapasso is gone. He lasted just one day on the Jets roster, as the team released the rookie punter in favor of veteran Steve Weatherford, formerly of the Jaguars. Weatherford averaged 42 yards per punt in his four seasons in the NFL. He was probably the best and most proven punter available on the free agent market, and the Jets will likely use him a lot. That is, if the Jets don't find someone else they like more tomorrow.
Now, without further ado, here is your 2009 Jets initial practice squad.
RB Jehuu Caulcrick
DB Emanuel Cook
ILB Kenwyn Cummings
S Keith Fitzhugh
WR Marcus Henry
DT Matt Kroul
OT Ryan McKee
TE Jack Simmons
I'm a little surprised Zach Potter isn't on the list. Brandon Renkart, Danny Woodhead, and Michael Kracalik are all options for the practice squad, too, if they clear waivers. They made the initial 53-man roster before being cleared out for other players, so unless other teams pick them up, there's a good chance they could be back. Woodhead, in my opinion, is the most likely to be claimed elsewhere.
Now, as for Twittergate, there is no update. Cimini reports that the Jets are still looking for a receiver, but not Marshall. Rhodes has no relevant updates to his Twitter.
Cimini has reported on a number of occasions the Jets still are looking at receivers on the trading block. No names have been named, but when there's smoke, there's probably fire. Who the Jets might bring in that would make a serious impact at this point besides Marshall, I haven't the faintest idea.