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Today’s Open Minicamp Practice Is On Schedule

Posted by Randy Lange on June 13, 2012 – 8:23 am

Let’s get it on, Jets fans. The first of two Jets full-squad minicamp practices open to the public will be held as scheduled this morning.

The North Jersey area around the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center in Florham Park, N.J., got a soaking on Tuesday and there were early reports of more rain for today. But this morning blue sky is peeking through, the forecast is for clouds only and temperatures are set to rise into and through the 70s.

And the Jets have declared that all activities are on for today. Practice will start at 11 a.m. for all veterans, rookies and first-year players and is standing room only for fans.

The gates will open at 10 a.m. for early-arriving fans. Jets Fest, featuring inflatable rides for kids, skills challenges, face painting and more, and Jets Shop, stocked with all new Nike jerseys and apparel, will be open from 10 till 2:30 p.m. Admission and parking are free but parking is limited.

Thursday’s practice has the same schedule, and that will be the final public view of the Jets before they break and then return in late July to go to SUNY Cortland to begin their 2012 training camp. The weather for Thursday is expected to be partly sunny with temps in the mid-70s.

As always, fans can find practice and schedule updates on newyorkjets.com, Twitter or Facebook or can call the Jets Minicamp Hotline at 973-549-4844.

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7 Responses to “Today’s Open Minicamp Practice Is On Schedule”

  1. By walt on Jun 13, 2012 | Reply

    I am all for letting dustin keller walk.I think we should trade himnow to get a decent draft pick.I am not saying he is not a decent player but as i see it darrell revis and holmes are the only two game changers on this team.With tight ends like josh baker and derrick epps both of whom are better blockers than keller on the roster he can be replaced.The jets can not afford to give megacontracts to every player that shows decent talent.

  2. By Karan on Jun 13, 2012 | Reply

    How many TEs do the Patriots have on their roster?? 5 legit tight ends. They just picked up Ballard. We need at least one more good tight end.

  3. By russ on Jun 13, 2012 | Reply

    Another holdout gripe session is annoying at least, especially in the middle of a contract..enuff already, not making enuff money try selling real estate in Detroit….

  4. By Bennett on Jun 13, 2012 | Reply

    Sanchez is going to play good, with low turnovers and Tebow will remain in the role he was hired for as a backup with occasional wildcat and 2 pt conversion plays. The idiot media will see Sanchez has matured and will not start the drumbeat for Tebow to take over. Landry will be ready for the opener and remain healthy. Hunter will “play better” as he was told to by T-baum and protect Sanchez. Holmes will keep quiet and put the team first. Rex will be dignified and think carefully before he speaks. The Rugby player will actually make a play sometime during the season… and if you believe this I HAVE A BRIDGE IN BROOKLYN I WOULD LIKE TO SELL YOU ALLLLLLLLL !!!!!!

  5. By Jet Fan Since '64 Tom on Jun 13, 2012 | Reply

    Definitely agree, Walt, that Keller’s not worth breaking the bank for. A high-draft choice in 2013 could probably do about as well as him within a yr, and probably block better, too. And next we won’t be that much further ahead of where we are this yr, so it’s ridiculous to sweat Keller’s contract. Uncle joe used to agree with me about this but then, I used to disagree with him about it. Now I don’t see Keller as essential.

  6. By GaryC on Jun 14, 2012 | Reply

    don’t underestimate keller,he needs to get the ball more and will benefit from having shillens and hill and the deep threats they present,keller will be able to work more underneath against linebackers,advantage jets.

  7. By Jake98660 on Jun 14, 2012 | Reply

    Keller isn’t essential for this team. He disapears after week 4 every year. I sware every season he comes out of the gate on fire. Then when teams game plan for him, he just fades away into the background interms of recieving. He’s never been able to block either. I say we make a trade for a better TE. Houston has a few of them… why not ship Keller and something else for Owen Daniels.

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