BY NICK ST. DENIS
Hunter was flagged 11 times last season. Mulligan accrued nine penalties of his own.
Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum told WFAN Thursday that he expects Hunter to be the Jets' starting right tackle in 2012 despite Hunter giving up 32 quarterback pressures and personally allowing Mark Sanchez to get hit nearly a dozen times, according to Pro Football Focus.
Mulligan, however, appears to be a goner.
The extra-lineman tight end was the culprit of a plethora of called-back offensive plays -- many important ones -- because of holding.
Rich Cimini of ESPN New York reported Thursday that the Jets don't plan on bringing back the restricted free agent.
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