Presentation of the 53 New York Jets roster includes minors backed by Ahmad ‘Sauce’ Gardner

FLOREHAM PARK, NJ – The New York Jets opened their training camp on July 26 at the Atlantic Health Training Center in Florham Park. Is this the year they flip it over? Despite the longest active drought in the NFL (11 years), the Jets fueled optimism with a solid season performance, highlighted by making three picks in the first round.

Coach Robert Saleh, 4-13 in his first season, is trying to change the losing culture. They have a training institution, with the three coordinators back. The Jets is the only team in East Asia that can boast such continuity.

They have tougher menu resolutions than last year, which is a good thing. It shows better depth in certain situations, which means players like the wide receiver Denzel Mims and Cornerback Press Hall It may generate commercial interest.

Circumstances have changed. Instead of player development, which was the primary goal last year, they should focus more on winning now. This will affect how they stack up for certain positions.

Our 53-man show:


rear quarter (3): Zach WilsonAnd the Joe FlaccoAnd the Mike White

New year, different philosophy. Last season was criticized for carrying two untested quarterbacks to the opening day roster – Wilson and White – the Jets now have a seasoned backup at Flacco, which they re-signed after a mid-season deal. Carrying three people may be a luxury, but White, who achieved folk hero status with an epic performance against the Cincinnati Bengals, is seen by the organization as a top-tier player.

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