Coffee with the New York Jets: Full training camp details


Grab a nice hot cup of coffee and enjoy some excellent reading material on the New York Jets. In this edition, articles on training camp dates for the Jets, some great mailbags about the AFC East and an interesting piece on Quinton Coples. Enjoy!

2015 New York Jets training camp dates released by ESPN ( Staff)

"The training-camp schedule, released Thursday, includes six practices open to the general public in Florham Park, New Jersey. In addition, they have the annual Green and White scrimmage (at MetLife Stadium, Aug. 8) and a practice at Hofstra (Aug. 23)."

AFC East Q&A: Who would make Jets worthy of a title? by Rich Cimini (ESPN)

"Today’s question: If the New York Jets could “draft” one player from any team in the division (excluding ) to make them a championship-caliber team, who would it be? Tom Brady"

AFC East Q&A: Can rivals contain Patriots’ tight ends? by Mike Reiss (ESPN)

"This is a major issue for the Jets. In recent years, their tight end coverage was below average, and that’s being kind. In fact, they allowed a league-high 14 touchdowns to tight ends in 2014."

NFL hires Rod Graves as a senior vice president by Associated Press (ESPN)

"Graves will oversee all club- and game-related initiatives related to the Competition Committee, general managers and head coaches. Graves’ other responsibilities will include strategic development for coaching, scouting and officiating, the NFL combine and college relations."

Jets Announce 2015 Training Camp Schedule by Randy Lange (

"For Open Practices and Special Group Days, fans can take advantage of expanded bleachers for enhanced viewing (up to 1,400 fans), a shuttle service to and from the parking lot, water stations close to the field, cooling zones provided by Seasonal World, and a fan zone fully equipped with family-friendly activities. There will also be a food court presented by Shop Rite, offering Black Bear sandwiches and more."

It’s on Todd Bowles to unlock Quinton Coples’ first-round hype by Brian Costello (New York Post)

"The Jets moved Coples to outside linebacker two years ago after drafting , and Coples still does not look comfortable in the position. I thought he played his best last year when was injured and he had to slide to defensive end, his natural position. Sheldon Richardson Muhammad Wilkerson"

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