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Live Video Broadcast During Rookie Minicamp

Posted by Eric Allen on May 2, 2012 – 2:21 pm

The Jets’ rookie minicamp begins Friday with a morning practice and then we invite you to join us for a special live video broadcast at 1 p.m. ET. You will be able to view exclusive footage of the first session and also hear and interact with some of the new Jets as we’ll take questions on facebook.com/Jets, Twitter @nyjets and right here on newyorkjets.com.

You can also watch head coach Rex Ryan’s Friday and Saturday news conferences scheduled to be streamed live on newyorkjets.com at 3 p.m. both days.

In addition to their eight draft selections, the Jets’ have agreed in principle with 10 undrafted free agents and have scheduled 23 players for tryouts. Friday will mark the first professional workout for dozens of talented players.

“We got some really good players who we think can contribute to us winning some football games,” said VP of scouting Joey Clinkscales.

Four months remain before the season commences for New York’s AFC representative with a visit from the Buffalo Bills at MetLife Stadium on Sept. 9. But players will put their cleats on, button up their chinstraps and hit the field this weekend. While the youngsters will arrive shortly, the veterans have already begun training under strength coach Bill Hughan at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center, and a soft May rain didn’t force them inside this morning.

Spring is here, but fall is around the corner. It’s time for a little football so stay tuned to newyorkjets.com throughout the weekend for complete coverage of rookie camp.


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36 Responses to “Live Video Broadcast During Rookie Minicamp”

  1. By oasus on May 2, 2012 | Reply

    For those who may not have heard yet, Junior Seau was found dead in his home today. He was 43….why must the good die young….I hope the team releases a statement on this some time today.

  2. By dave who goes back 2 the polo grounds on May 2, 2012 | Reply

    LOGAN PAYNE WAS SUPPOSED TO BE A SAVIOR- WHAT HAPPENED?

  3. By dave who goes back 2 the polo grounds on May 2, 2012 | Reply

    WHAT’S THE LATEST ON KENDRICK ELLIS’S LEGAL TROUBLES?

  4. By Karan on May 2, 2012 | Reply

    Truly sad to hear about Junior Seau.

  5. By uncle joe on May 2, 2012 | Reply

    And nice to see we are finally trying to get some height at the TE position. This Lithicum undrafted FA,the Australian Rugby guy,hoping Cumberland bounces back,,,we might find something here instead of just a 6’2″ Keller,

  6. By uncle joe on May 2, 2012 | Reply

    Ropati was waived, a little surprised that they chose to do it now but it was due. The only time he ever looked decent was right before he got that season ending injury. They better keep Dixon, I always felt like he should be on the field more than he has. He always seems to play with a non stop motor.

  7. By danny on May 2, 2012 | Reply

    What a shame to hear about Junior Seau today. May God bless his soul and bring piece to his family and loved one’s. He was the definition of a hard nose dirt in ur face football player who was a leader and champion in most’s eyes. He loved the game and it was sad enough when the game left his body but to hear a young man 43 yrs old ended his life today with so much more for him to accomplish in life after football it’s really sad and I’m sure there was more going on in his life then most knew but everyone should forget about arguing over our draft today and remember there is so much more to each of these players then just the game itself. There all human like the rest of us and have loved one’s who care deeply for them. RIP Junior

  8. By scjoe on May 2, 2012 | Reply

    dave who goes back to the polo grounds. Ellis trial was pushed back to mid May. If he is found guilty and God forbid Pouha gets hurt, what do we do at NT? By the way Dave, I grew up in walking distance to the old Polo Grounds and saw quite a few Titan games there along with about ten thousand others LOL. Also walked to see many of my beloved NY Giants games as well. Sat many times in the hangover bleachers in left field. Those were the days my friend.

  9. By scjoe on May 2, 2012 | Reply

    More insanity….Jets waive Pitoitua! Where is the logic there? How do you waive a guy at this point in the off season? Especially when roster limits have been raised to 90. Just another head scratcher by our illustrious FO.

  10. By IRA on May 3, 2012 | Reply

    Payne would’ve made the team if he didn’t get hurt. He looked like he could fill in at WR but was really good on ST’s. Too bad about RP. He showed a lot of promise the summer before he tore his achilles in the panthers preseason game. Too bad.
    On a more serious note what a horrible story about Seau. may he RIP.

  11. By IRA on May 3, 2012 | Reply

    One more thing RP will most likely be headed up 95 North to Foxboro soon!

  12. By IRA on May 3, 2012 | Reply

    Guys loved the Polo Grounds i was about 7 or so when my dad first took me there. Man that was so much better than it is today. They really did mess it up with pro sports. Must of the Radar followers just couldn’t understand it.

  13. By GaryC on May 3, 2012 | Reply

    scjoe, I might have to take it easy on you, seeing that you are old enough to remember the New York,Baseball Giants,did you ever get to see Laraine Day and Leo Durocher together.

  14. By GaryC on May 3, 2012 | Reply

    two guys I am looking forward to in this camp is Steed and Brett Roy,steed was listed as one of the top sleepers along with Davis,and Roy has one of these non stop motors who comes from the same school as Kevin Basped did Nevada-Reno.

  15. By IRA on May 3, 2012 | Reply

    See that Drew Coleman was released by the Jags. This is a no brainer. The Jets are looking for a 4th CB and Drew fits the bill. Not only does he give you that blitzer off the edge and get you #’s like he did with 4 FF’s and 5 sacks in 2010, he knows the system and steps in without missing a beat. If healthy he should be signed today!

  16. By THUNDER LIPS on May 3, 2012 | Reply

    you can bank New England grabbing Pitouia

  17. By uncle joe on May 3, 2012 | Reply

    You said it Ira,I would be shocked if NE don’t at least have Ropati in for a look. He did look good in that Preseason but NOTHING ever since. I wonder if the injury ruined him.

  18. By Kurt on May 3, 2012 | Reply

    Anyone know when they will issue uniform numbers to the rookies?

  19. By Tom Spicer on May 3, 2012 | Reply

    So many guys are down on the draft I am not. Besides the fact that we did not address the Right Tackle. I have no compliants Coples, Hill, Davis, Ganaway, Allen & Griffith could all one day be starters for us. To get 6 starters in 1 draft is amazing. Coples & Hill will start for us right away & my money is on Ganaway being the change of pace back for Greene this year with Mcknight being the kick returner & 3rd down pass catching back. I also think in 1 year Ganaway will challenge Greene for the starting role. I think Ganaway is at least as good as Greene but with way better hands.

  20. By Jet Fan Since '64 Tom on May 3, 2012 | Reply

    Terrible about Seau. As for RP, I have to believe they don’t like what see of him post-injury to cut him at this time of year. Same for Payne, though he’s much less important now that we’ve drafted two more WRs. Love that Pro Football Report assessment of Antonio Allen!

  21. By J732NJ19JETCB on May 3, 2012 | Reply

    no complaints about keller, only te to make a play in jets history

  22. By danny on May 3, 2012 | Reply

    The more and more I watch video on Antonio Allen the more I see him covering TE’s for us this yr and being a steal in 7th rd. This kid can play football

  23. By scjoe on May 3, 2012 | Reply

    GaryC, I saw Leo many times. Never saw Laraine Day. At least as far as I can remember.I also got to see my all time sports idol (Sorry Joe Willie) but another Willie, Willie Mays. For those of you who had the privilege of watching Willie play live back in those days, you know exactly what I am talking about. The Giants broke my heart after that 57 season when they left for SF. But still follow them very closely today.

  24. By Jimmer on May 3, 2012 | Reply

    Ira, I missed the Coleman thing. We could use him if he is willing. But, RP, either he was low man on the totem pole, or he asked for a release,,,,,?
    We need speed behind the DL, if we need to lose a guy or 2 to get there, so be it.
    My vigil is still lit that ‘we’re getting a RT in F/A.

  25. By Bernhard on May 4, 2012 | Reply

    What if im not home by 1pm? Can i record it somehow or are you gonna upload it so we can watch it after?

  26. By Randy Lange on May 4, 2012 | Reply

    Bernhard, the rookie minicamp show will be archived on our site after it’s completed so you’ll be able to watch it when you want.

  27. By carweezy f on May 4, 2012 | Reply

    I have no respect for any players that go to the Pats after they leave the Jets. Shaun Ellis, Ihedigibo, Woodhead, Quice Cole. Its a hated rivalry but it goes to show how much the players really care about it. RP was huge and he been on the team for the last 4-5 years. Why get rid of him now? He must not be showing any progress. I hope Robert Griffin has a great camp. He could be our next Rob Turner who was key in 2009 and 2010 for Ground and Pound.

  28. By GaryC on May 4, 2012 | Reply

    scjoe,willie has his birthday may 6 ,I am with you on the giants,loved it when they had mays,mccovey,hart,the alous,and jim davenport,even thought growing up met fan their was something about the giant uniform and the hat.

  29. By cry hard jetsfan on May 4, 2012 | Reply

    drew coleman is a perfect fit and should be a jet soon.

  30. By marciano on May 4, 2012 | Reply

    where is the link to the live broadcast?? thanks

  31. By Randy Lange on May 4, 2012 | Reply

    marciano, the show is airing right now on newyorkjets.com with my partner Eric Allen interviewing Josh Bush. If you don’t see it, refresh your screen. The video portion should appear automatically at the top of the screen.

  32. By IRA on May 4, 2012 | Reply

    Jimmer , I am sure Drew would be willing to come back and finish his career here if they gave him a fair deal. They sure could use him not only for his play on the field but he is a great guy to have around the locker room too. Class guy all the way.
    As for RP that was a money move at a position they have enough talent. DeVito, Coples, Westerman and Coples.

  33. By Chicago Bob on May 4, 2012 | Reply

    Anyone who thinks the loss of Pitoitua is huge obviously did not watch his individual play last year – 11 solo tackles, 8 assists and one sack is a huge loss?!!! Maybe if those are your statistics for one game! That is brutal. This guy provided no pass rushing ability at all. I kept hearing about this guys potential – he was given more than enough time to prove something and he did not – New England can have him – just a big guy who is controlled easily. We let Shaun Ellis go and people went nuts – it didn’t take long for New England to find out he was through – couldn’t even break the starting lineup for one of the worst defenses in the league.

  34. By Tom Spicer on May 4, 2012 | Reply

    IRA, Westerman is on Miami & you wrote Coples 2 times?

  35. By Bernhard on May 6, 2012 | Reply

    Randy, when will the mincamp be uploaded in the archive?

  36. By Randy Lange on May 6, 2012 | Reply

    Bernhard, Eric Allen did a Friday Web show during the minicamp. His three interviews during that show, with WR Stephen Hill, LB Demario Davis and S Josh Bush, are all live in the video area now. More videos from the minicamp, interviews and footage on Quinton Coples and Hayden Smith among others, will be going live this coming week.

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