Notes from New York Jets’ Training Camp: July 31, 2014

By Alan Schechter

Jul 24, 2014; Cortland, NY, USA; New York Jets tight end

Zach Sudfeld

(44) walks out to the field prior to the start of training camp at SUNY Cortland. Mandatory Credit: Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

Here are today’s notes as we end July at New York Jets’ training camp:

ZACH SUDFELD: Talk about a guy at camp coming out of nowhere! Zach had another long touchdown today, and to say that he is turning heads at camp would be an understatement. Maybe their tight end that is going to fill the Gronkowski type role, learned from Rob Gronkowski? You never know, stranger things have happened.

CALVIN PRYOR BACK, PARTIALLY: It was a great sign to see Calvin back out on the field at camp today. He had on the non-contact jersey, but to see him back out there doing drills at all was terrific.

TREVOR REILLY: Here we have another unsung hero, coming out of nowhere to get the job done at camp. He has been all over the field, and making a good case for himself. Not bad for a seventh round draft pick.

GOAL LINE DRILLS!!: Camp always grows in excitement when the team works on goal line. The winner of the drill was the defense, as out of ten snaps, the defense stopped them short of the end zone on eight of them. These are good signs for the defense all the way around.