The NY Jets officially kick off their 2021 mandatory minicamp on Tuesday. The offseason has come and passed, OTAs are over, and that means we have one final stop before training camp begins next week.
But until we get there, we must first get past minicamp.
The three-day event will take place from June 15-17 and should feature all 90 members of the Jets roster. Yes, that includes the likes of Marcus Maye and Jamison Crowder who both missed OTAs because of contract disputes.
Crowder's situation has been resolved with the veteran slot receiver taking a pay cut. Meanwhile, Maye will be in attendance for minicamp, although he and the Jets will continue to work on a long-term extension.
But Crowder and Maye aren't the only two players who didn't attend OTAs or at least didn't see the field. Be it because of injuries or other personal reasons, a few other notable members of the roster will be making their team debuts at minicamp.
This will be their first opportunity to make an impression on the team's new coaching staff. Minicamp will also allow an opportunity for players who shined during OTAs to carry over their momentum into this week.
What should Jets fans keep an eye out for during this year's minicamp? We take a look at three storylines to follow.