Observations, Thoughts, Etc. from Jets Opening Workout

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June 14, 2012; Florham Park, NJ, USA; New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan and general manager Mike Tannenbaum speak during minicamp at the Atlantic Health Training Center. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-US PRESSWIRE

It’s finally back. Jets football that is. The Jets had their first workout at SUNY Cortland this morning. It was closed to the public, but we are going to give you some observations and thoughts, based on the observations drawn by media members that were at the practice, in no particular order. Thanks to all of the beat reporters for so freely advising as to what is going on:

    • Conley in the lead out of the gate-It appears that TJ Conley had a very good day with his punting.  Reports were coming out that he was hitting 60 yarders and deadening them right in the corner.  I know it’s a small thing, but the punter is a weapon and if Conley can step up his game, it will be a big help in 2012.
    • Pick on Revis Day?-Maybe the gang was excited that he didn’t hold out, I don’t know.  But reports were that Sanchez was taken many shots at Darrelle today.  Revis had a pick, and Holmes outdueled him for another, and Revis wasn’t happy.  It seems that Revis has got the fire burning again, which can only mean good things for the New York Jets
    • Nick Folk does well in kicking competition-Another competition we are watching out for here at the JetPress is Nick Folk vs. Josh Brown.  Nick seemed to have the lead today, making all of his kicks, while Brown missed a couple.  Brown did hit twice from over 50, so this is definitely still something to watch in the coming weeks.

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