Good morning, GGN! The Jets will not be holding a minicamp this year. The cancelled minicamp goes along with the cancelled OTAs (repurposed to an online format) and cancelled rookie minicamp. As a result, no Jets players will see the field until the opening of training camp at the end of July. With training camp a whirlwind culminating in a hectic preseason schedule which commences after only roughly two weeks of practices, this year will entail an extra level of difficulty for Jets rookies and newcomers. Of course, the Jets are not alone in this dilemma, as all NFL teams have had their activities disrupted by the ongoing pandemic. However, the Jets probably are counting on more rookies and newcomers than the average team, so it all makes for the possibility of a rough start to the season as the Jets try to gel in the face of unusual obstacles.
Here are your links to the Jets this glorious Saturday in June:
Eric Allen, Ethan Greenberg, Olivia Landis and Randy Lange - Will the Jets Benefit from the NFL’s Playoff Expansion?
Randy Lange - Jets Will Not Hold Mandatory June Minicamp This Year
Alexander Wilson - New York Jets to skip mandatory June minicamp this year
Spencer Aber - Jets’ Adam Gase, rest of NFL coaches can return to team facilities
Steve Lichtenstein - Sam Darnold is What Can Put Jets Atop AFC East
Mike Phillips - 5 reasons Jets can win with Sam Darnold in 2020
Trey Daubert - When Will The Jets Give Sam Darnold A Competent Supporting Cast?
Ralph Vacchiano - NFL sources evaluate Joe Douglas’ performance in first year as Jets GM
Manish Mehta - Jets talking to Kyle Long about coming out of retirement: sources
Reuters - Retired OL Long denies interest in joining Jets
Glenn Naughton - Kyle Long Denies Being Contacted by Gang Green
Justin Fried - NY Jets: Kyle Long rumors disputed by multiple sources
SNY - What are the odds that Jets’ Jamal Adams wins 2020 Defensive Player of the Year?
Brian Rudman - NY Jets: Adam Gase needs to be better in 2020 for the team to succeed
Tyler Greenawalt - Jets’ pros and cons for potentially signing Jadeveon Clowney
Greg Joyce - The night Jets got revenge and ended a storied Peyton Manning chapter
Tyler Greenawalt - 6 questions the Jets still have to answer
Kristian Dyer - New York Jets Mount Rushmore: The case for Marty Lyons
Michael Meegan - New York Jets - Top Remaining Free Agents
Alexander Wilson - Can New York Jets' Bryce Hall land a starting corner spot right out of the gate?
Anthony G. Halkias - Three Reasons Trevon Wesco Could be Primed for a Big 2020
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
Here’s the thread about nothing, why not stop by and say hello?
Enjoy the day everybody.
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