The New York Jets will skip minicamp as the NFL deals with organizing its return to play this summer for all 32 organizations.
The New York Jets will not host a mandatory minicamp this offseason, according to numerous sources including Brian Costello of the New York Post.
Next week marks the time the team will officially wrap up its virtual offseason program. What the players will do from then until the start of training camp will most likely be up to them.
The NFL hasn’t yet officially cleared teams to hold minicamp but has already given the green light to open up home facilities (as long as the state allows it). The Jets opened up their offices at the Atlanta Health Training Facility earlier this week after New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy provided the green light the week prior.
Training camp is slated to begin in late July. Expect very little to happen between now and then, as the franchise does everything in its power to open in the safest way possible.