NY Jets News: What can we expect from the Jets’ 2023 picks in year two?

NY Jets News: What can we expect from the Jets’ 2023 picks in year two?

Good morning, Gang Green Nation. I hope you are all having a good start to the day. The NFLPA is creating a proposal that will essentially end OTAs and other activities related to spring football. Instead, teams would have their players report for a longer training camp period that would begin in mid-June. Personally, I think many players, especially older ones, won’t like this for several reasons. OTAs are incredibly important for team building exercises and allow off-season chemistry to develop. It also allows them to have a break with their families during the summer. OTAs themselves are voluntary, so the proposal itself seems a little strange to me. A longer climb to training camp could also cause many athletes to arrive at camp out of shape, potentially making the start of the season even sloppier than usual. Especially after trying to limit the number of preseason games. We’ll see how it turns out. With that being said, here are your links to the New York Jets to start your morning.

Jack Bell – Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers looks back on tough year, says: ‘Bring on 2024’

Rivka Boord – The NY Jets’ path to an AFC East championship in 2024

Lucas Hutcherson: What can we expect from the Jets’ 2023 draft picks in year two?

Rivka Boord: 2 NY Jets stars are among the most overrated players in the AFC East

David Wyatt-Hupton: How many offensive slots are available?

Michael Nania – NY Jets: Is this scathing criticism of Alijah Vera-Tucker legitimate? – Official Jets Podcast: A conversation with Morgan Moses about his return (5/28)

Brandyn Pokrass – NY Jets’ Malachi Corley was Aaron Rodgers’ pre-draft favorite

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I hope everyone has a safe and wonderful rest of the day.


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