NY Jets training camp is less than a month away, and the team officially released the full slate of dates for this year's edition.
The Jets will begin training camp a week early this year since they are one of two teams playing in the coveted Hall of Fame Game on Aug. 3. That's the reason why head coach Robert Saleh made the decision to cancel mandatory minicamp earlier this month.
This also means the Jets will play an extra preseason game, although even though they report early, the team will still only have 21 practices — the normal amount. They will just be given more off days in between.
Below is a complete look at the Jets training camp and preseason schedule for the summer of 2023.
NY Jets training camp schedule and dates for 2023
Bold and asterisk = open to the public
- Thursday, July 20
- Friday, July 21
- Saturday, July 22*
- Sunday, July 23*
- Tuesday, July 25
- Wednesday, July 26
- Thursday, July 27*
- Sunday, July 30* (Green and White Day)*
- Monday, July 31
- Tuesday, August 1
- Thursday, August 3 (Hall of Fame Game vs. Cleveland Browns - Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium)*
- Saturday, August 5*
- Sunday, August 6*
- Tuesday, August 8
- Wednesday, August 9 (joint practice with Carolina Panthers at Wofford College)
- Thursday, August 10 (joint practice with Carolina Panthers at Wofford College)
- Saturday, August 12 (Jets @ Panthers - Bank of America Stadium)*
- Tuesday, August 15
- Wednesday, August 16 (joint practice with Tampa Bay Buccaneers)*
- Thursday, August 17 (joint practice with Tampa Bay Buccaneers)*
- Saturday, August 19 (Jets vs. Buccaneers - MetLife Stadium)*
- Tuesday, August 22
- Wednesday, August 23*
- Thursday, August 24
- Saturday, August 26 (Jets @ Giants - MetLife Stadium)*
In total, the Jets will host nine training camp practices open to the public, including their annual Green and White Day on July 30.
The team is also set to host joint practices with both the Carolina Panthers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers ahead of their preseason meetings with both teams.
The joint practices with the Panthers will be held at Wofford College in South Carolina, while the Buccaneers practices will take place at MetLife Stadium and are open to the public.
Despite rumors that the Jets and Giants would hold joint practices again after last year's success, the teams have decided against it — likely due to scheduling conflicts.
To get your tickets for Jets training camp, you can use this link. A limited number of tickets are available.