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‘Jets Minicamp Live’ Set for Tuesday Afternoon

Posted by jetsstaff on June 11, 2012 – 1:48 pm

The New York Jets will kick off their veteran minicamp on Tuesday at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center, and you’ll be able to hear from some of the participants immediately after practice.

Join us for “Jets Minicamp Live” on newyorkjets.com, hosted by Eric Allen, at 1:20 p.m. Tuesday as we talk about Day 1 with a few players and maybe a coach or two.

If you have a question or comment on the Jets’ camp, please write us now on Facebook.com/Jets, on twitter @nyjets or right here with a comment to the Radar on newyorkjets.com. We will get to a bunch of live questions during our stream as well, so fan participation is encouraged. Check out “Jets Minicamp Live” Tuesday afternoon or catch the archived show here on the site.

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18 Responses to “‘Jets Minicamp Live’ Set for Tuesday Afternoon”

  1. By SCfromNY on Jun 11, 2012 | Reply

    Time to get a better look at what the Jets have although still too early to tell much. Please try to limit the “Tebow” stories and comments. He is only a back up and not a very good one. I agree with those who say bring in Braylon if healthy and I will also vote for giving T.O. a chance. He was no problem in Buffalo and I would bet that he wants to get paid and be better than Moss. Unfortunately I think the Jets are another good draft and free agency away from winning big. Hope I’m wrong.

  2. By Jake98660 on Jun 11, 2012 | Reply

    I Know this statement has nothing to do with the above post, but I miss Leon Washington. Never had to worry about not getting effort from him. Always showed up in big ways.

  3. By Rob Poskrop on Jun 11, 2012 | Reply

    I would like to know how different Sporano is coaching the offense differently from Shotty-if he is running a more normal type of offense to give Sanchez a decent shot at becoming a GREAT QB?

  4. By Karan on Jun 11, 2012 | Reply

    There are still some holes left on this team, what we need now:
    1. A deep threat veteran wide receiver ( ex. Edwards or Owens)
    2. An offensive tackle (ex. Vernon Carey or Marcus McNeill)
    3. A Blocking Tight End

    (Those should be the primary needs)

    What we should really consider:
    4. A safety (I believe there is enough depth at safety know but we still need that ‘quarterback’ safety like we had in Jim Leonhard. I hope we gets resigned since he was in charge of the secondary. I don’t know if Bell or Landry will be up to the task. Eric Smith has expierence playing that SS position while Leonhard was injured, but he didn’t do a great job filling in. Smith is still very valuable though, knows the system well, serves well as a back-up and…….

  5. By Karan on Jun 11, 2012 | Reply

    …….after an off year, I’m sure he’ll rebound. Landry and Bell are great players too but there more of in-the-box safeties. Allen and Bush can step up in that postion but I don’t think 2 rookies would be able to handle such a load just yet. I may be wrong but lets see what happens, nonetheless, hopefully leonhard is resigned.
    5. An OLB: there’s really no point in even mentioning this because it seems like each and every year we need one but never end up getting one. Hopefully Maybin will that rusher we need so badly.

    Other than this list of 5, I believe we are set at every postion, QB depth looks pretty good, Running/full back depth not bad, D-line looks great as does the ILB depth. I guess we could possibly use a 4th corner…..

  6. By Karan on Jun 11, 2012 | Reply

    ……this Ellis Lankster kid just might do a good job filling in that role, however, the Jets should also consider that Drew Coleman is out there as a free agent just in case Lankster does not work out, we wouldn’t want Coleman to fall in the wrong hands now would we (*cough cough….the patriots). And one thing, I like the competition between Josh Brown and Nick Folk. I’ve never been a fan of Folk so hopefully Brown wins the kicking duties.

  7. By Karan on Jun 11, 2012 | Reply

    * we so badly need.

  8. By Michael Cartwright on Jun 12, 2012 | Reply

    PUT TEBOW AS STARTER!!!!!!!!!!!!

  9. By Jet Fan Since '64 Tom on Jun 12, 2012 | Reply

    Snowjob, Cimini-style: He says bringing in 33-yr-old Kris Brown, who’s kicked indoors for the last 4 yrs, to compete with Folk is serious competition because…Brown says it is. Actually, it’s just more fake competition because we know the season isn’t gonna come down to a missed FG or 2 on Folk’s part. I wanna see as much shakeup of the starting lineups as possible at this minicamp and after, because that’s what this season is really gonna be about. And by the way, Rex acting in a movie and playing the part of a rabid Pats fan is another needless distraction that brands the Jets as a joke. “Can’t wait” till he, and such nonsense, are gone.

  10. By uncle joe on Jun 12, 2012 | Reply

    Hey Randy & Co., any word on Cumberland’s rehab? Keller wants a new contract and although he seems like a great team player and a good guy, he is little more than a chubby,non blocking, WR on the short slow side with not the best hands in the world. I do like him and would like him to stay with the team but,at a lot less than the 3+ mill he is scheduled to make this year.

  11. By jetsmark on Jun 12, 2012 | Reply

    Hi Randy:
    Will Tebow be at the veteran minicamps open to the public on Wednesday and Thursday?

  12. By Randy Lange on Jun 12, 2012 | Reply

    jetsmark, yes, Tim Tebow is expected to be in uniform and practicing during the two open veteran minicamp days.

  13. By uncle joe on Jun 12, 2012 | Reply

    Way to go Holmes,can we please just trade this guy to Denver instead of paying the Tebow roster bonus and get Edwards in here.

  14. By uncle joe on Jun 12, 2012 | Reply

    It just seems to me like everything in Jet Land was beautiful until Santonio Holmes came back!

  15. By eric on Jun 12, 2012 | Reply

    will the other mcknight actually play this year . as well what about our rugby star . i would also expect to see a lot of 4th and short situations handled by our new BACK UP QB . unlike the masses i still have plenty of faith in sanchez. i would like to see us run the ball more this year and get back to the roots of football. heres a little something for our coaches to think about . our rugby star should excell at the run game mabe sparono can work some kind of special play with him

  16. By Alex.G on Jun 12, 2012 | Reply

    Final 11on11 stats for Sanchez: 2 for 8, sacked 3 times in 21 snaps. What is this all about???

  17. By boni on Jun 12, 2012 | Reply

    Tebow Time is coming!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  18. By Karan on Jun 13, 2012 | Reply

    Alex, don’t look too much into these practice snaps, whether 7-on-7 or 11-on-11, remember they are still trying to learn a new offensive, it takes time. However, Sanchez does know he has to improve, he must improve, the guy has a lot of work to do but don’t count him out yet.

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