Bruce Arians would make influential impact in Jets training camp
In a recent interview, former Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians has expressed interest in attending a New York Jets training camp this summer. Talk about such an influential impact that would make even if it was just a quick visit.
When it comes to head coaches in the NFL, Bruce Arians easily has earned an incredible amount of respect and success in all his years of coaching. Specializing in getting the most out of his quarterbacks, he’s made quite the impact in the NFL and in countless lives of football players throughout his career. As he retired from the NFL in 2017, he’s already making some news about possibly spending time with the New York Jets this upcoming training camp.
In an article written by Rich Cimini of ESPN, he confirmed that Arians might visit Jets training camp to spend time with his former assistant and friend, head coach Todd Bowles. Of course, there is no guarantee this will happen but if it does go down, it will undoubtedly have an influential impact on all the young players on the roster, especially the quarterbacks that are competing for the starting spot.
It’s hard to tell what will transpire between now and then when it comes to the quarterback situation of the Jets but if Arians is around to even spend a few hours going over their film, throwing mechanics, and everything else in between, it will only help the Jets in the long-term, especially if it’s with a newly drafted potential franchise quarterback.
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It’s no secret that Arians and Bowles have been connected for a very long time now, in Cimini’s article, they’ve known each other for 30 years now. The Jets have a long way to go before they are contenders again but the foundation is being built for a bright future and well, they can use all the help they can get.
Keep in mind that Arians isn’t going to be brought in by the Jets to officially be with the franchise or anything like that but it would set the tone for the team to continue working hard towards success. Arians is just the kind of presence this young team needs to continue at the task at hand since the process of rebuilding takes a few years to complete.
It’s all about working hard, execution, and coaching these players up to take their careers to the next level. Bringing in someone like Arians to help the cause would be a great addition to training camp and hopefully, help the Jets stay focused to deliver a better and more successful season in 2018.