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New York Jets: Goodbye Cortland

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Yesterday was the final public practice the Jets had in Cortland. It might mean goodbye for good after spending training camp there five of the last six seasons. There are no guarantees they will be back.

Onto the important things, though. The Jets are getting closer to the start of the 2014 NFL season. Their second preseason game will at least begin to answer many questions, chief among them whether there might be an unconventional solution to this team's need at cornerback in Antonio Allen.

It seems like the open daily training camp threads were a hit so we'll experiment by leaving this thread open during the day for Jets and NFL discussion. We'll even throw up our Twitter widget with the important writers and see whether it still works even though they aren't in Cortland.