The Jets reported to training camp more than two weeks ago. But Friday morning marks a major milestone: For the first time in 2020, the Jets will actually have a practice. This, of course, wasn’t how things were supposed to go.
Gregg Williams has been through this before plenty of times during his 30 years in the NFL. A key player gets hurt, traded or underperforms — or a few of all of the above — and the New York Jets defensive coordinator coolly adjusts and urges his squad to move forward. Williams stresses the cliched but certainly applicable “next man up” approach, and this season is no exception.
When I came here, the Jets didn’t have a winning history,” Jenkins said. It really sucks that in the last four years we haven’t been able to get it done. Me being back here, and I’m four, going on five years and I’m tired of f–king losing.