New York Jets 2015 Training Camp: Full Schedule
Finally, it’s been revealed that the New York Jets will kick off their 2015 training camp on July 29. Rookies and veterans will both report that day. The NFL on Tuesday released all teams’ training camp start dates and locations.
Mark your calendars: #Jets report for training camp Wed., July 29. Full #JetsCamp schedule coming this week pic.twitter.com/Jl9yU2rhrg
— New York Jets (@nyjets) July 7, 2015
It’s bittersweet that this will be the first year in a while that the Jets won’t be hosting training camp at SUNY Cortland. They had a really nice setup over there and I’ve always been a believer in team-bonding by living with one another for weeks at a time.
But can you blame the Jets? They have a state of the art facility ready to have everyone test their limits. 20 other NFL teams are also training ‘at home’ in their own facilities. It’s the smarter thing to do now and from interviews with players across the league, a lot of players hated sleeping in the dorms.
I called it bittersweet earlier because I had gone to every training camp that was held in Cortland over the last several years. But now I’ll have my first opportunity to see the Jets facilities in person and witnessing training camp there for the first time.
Training hard https://t.co/5NcNsrrT08
— Eugene Geno Smith (@GenoSmith7) July 6, 2015
Some of the obvious storylines that will be prevalent in training camp for the Jets is the quarterback situation. Will Geno Smith be able to maintain the job? Will Ryan Fitzpatrick be able to beat out Smith in camp?
The quarterback position won’t be the only thing to watch out for at the end of July. There will be several position battles that will be decided through the preseason and training camp. The right guard position is still up in the air.
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Who will emerge out of the backfield? How will the depth chart play out in some of the deeper position groups? The wide receiver position?
What about the cornerback spots? And also with Sheldon Richardson suspended, will Muhammad Wilkerson‘s camp use that to their advantage to try and secure a long-term deal? On that same token, will Leonard Williams be ready to fill Richardson’s shoes for the first quarter of the season?
It will be very interesting to see how everything plays out. The exact specifics of training camp practices that are open to the public and what days which events will be on has yet to be revealed. Though via the official Jets twitter page, that information should be released sometime this week. Make sure to keep checking back here at The Jet Press to get the latest coverage on all things Jets related, especially on training camp.
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