After a year away, NY Jets fans will be permitted to attend training camp again in 2021. The Jets announced on Tuesday that they would have eight training camp practices open to the public this summer.
The first of which will be held on Saturday, July 31st at 10:20 a.m. ET at Atlantic Health Jets Training Center in Florham Park as part of the NFL's "Back to Football" celebration.
Select practices will also feature live music, appearances from Jets legends, and the opportunity to purchase merchandise from Jets Shop which will be located on-site.
The eight practices will also feature the annual Green & White Practice which will be held at MetLife Stadium at 7:00 p.m. ET on Saturday, August 7th where the team will scrimmage.
The Jets announced that they will be holding joint practices with the Philadelphia Eagles on August 24th and 25th. Both of those practices will be open to the public as well.
This is the second set of joint practices the Jets will be a part of as from August 18th to the 19th, they will travel to Green Bay to take part in practices with the Packers ahead of the teams' preseason meeting.
Those practices will be open to the public too if any fans are looking to travel to Wisconsin.
Extra notes about NY Jets fans being allowed to return to training camp in 2021.
The Jets did announce, however, that fans will not be permitted to receive autographs or take pictures with fans/coaches due to NFL/NFLPA protocols.
However, other than that, the rules will be pretty much the same as always.
Per state policies, fans will not be required to provide proof of vaccination nor will they need to wear face coverings. Food and beverage will be available for purchase at the practices as well.
For a full list of all eight practices open to the public as well as additional information about the events click the following link.
Jets training camp will officially begin later this month on July 27th along with the vast majority of the league.
The team was already excited for the return of fans to games in 2021. Now, the organization has taken one step closer to a return to normalcy.