FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- The New York Jets aren't going to forget Tuesday's minicamp practice any time soon. More accurately, their arms won't forget it.

A mistake-filled practice resulted in a pushup-filled day for the Jets, who dropped and gave head coach Rex Ryan 10 every time a penalty was called by the game officials who presided over the two-hour session.

"It got ugly out there," Ryan said afterward.

There would have been a lot more push-ups if the Jets were punished for drops. Quarterbacks Geno Smith and Michael Vick were victimized by numerous mistakes by their receiving corps, including rookie wide receiver Shaq Evans, who didn't participate in organized team activities because classes at UCLA hadn't finished.

"He's got a lot of catching up (to do)," Ryan said after Evans dropped at least three passes.

It wasn't the first sloppy practice this spring for the Jets, who also had a penalty-filled OTA workout on June 4.

Of course, it's only June. But such sloppiness, even in offseason situations, is worrisome for a team that finished a fortuitous .500 last season, when the Jets were outscored by 97 points -- the worst net-point differential for a .500 or better team since the AFL/NFL merger.

"Tomorrow, I promise you, there won't be half those penalties," Ryan said.

He'd better hope so.