Woody Johnson, the owner of the Jets, watches his team...

Woody Johnson, the owner of the Jets, watches his team on the first day of training camp. (July 26, 2013) Credit: Hans Pennink

As promised, the Jets are all in. Including Woody Johnson.

The Jets owner, along with general manager John Idzik and team president Neil Glat, took part in the team-wide pushup punishment Wednesday after multiple penalty flags were thrown in practice.

Rex Ryan reinstituted the push-up policy after the Jets were flagged 20 times in their 27-20 win over the Bills last Sunday. He said 30 pushups -- 10 for each penalty yesterday -- were done in practice.

"It's just not us. That is not who we are," said Ryan, whose team leads the NFL with 34 penalties. "We're trying to fix it and we will fix it."

Holmes not 100 percent

Even after a breakout day against the Bills, Santonio Holmes wasn't ready to say: "I'm back now."

"I won't do that to myself," the receiver said, three days after he had a career-high 154 receiving yards. "I have a long way to go."

Holmes, who sat out practice as part of his regular routine, said players are "believing" in offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg. "[He] came in preaching that we have to stretch the field and make some big plays . . . He felt like he had a group of guys that could really make a big impact."

Ryan agreed, saying this is the type of offense he envisioned before Mornhinweg was hired. "We're going to attack you with the run," he said, adding that if opponents load up the box, "we've got to make them pay on the outside." Jet streams

Asked if he sees Geno Smith as a franchise quarterback, Ryan said: "I don't want to get into that. I was happy with seeing the improvement that he made from Week 2 to Week 3." . . . Sheldon Richardson (shoulder), Chris Ivory (hamstring) and Oday Aboushi (knee) did not practice. Quinton Coples (ankle), Kenrick Ellis (back) and Clyde Gates (knee) were limited. Dee Milliner injured his hamstring in practice, Ryan said . . . LB Troy Davis was replaced by former Hofstra RB Kareem Huggins on the practice squad . . . According to the Hartford Courant, former first-round pick and ESPN analyst Hugh Douglas was arrested early last Sunday at the Hartford Marriott Downtown and charged with second-degree strangulation and third-degree assault on his girlfriend.Douglas was released after posting $50,000 bail, according to the report.

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