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New York Jets players start showing up to training camp

EAST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY - DECEMBER 22: Le'Veon Bell #26 of the New York Jets prepares to take the field prior to the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at MetLife Stadium on December 22, 2019 in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
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Le’Veon Bell, Connor McGovern and other New York Jets players start showing up to training camp 2020 on Tuesday.

Football has officially arrived.

On Tuesday, New York Jets players started to matriculate themselves towards Florham Park, NJ. Among the visuals include Le’Veon Bell, Connor McGovern and Brian Poole.

Bell’s message was clear and concise: “camp 2020, let’s get it!!”

Of course, the hangover from the Jamal Adams situation is obvious and Bell’s inclusion in the matter cannot be ignored. Bell took issue with the idea Adams helped recruit him last offseason only to make noise this offseason and eventually bolt town for Seattle.

One of the new Jets, center Connor McGovern arrived while riding something I could not even begin to describe.

What is that? A scooter-slash-skateboard born from ridiculous Elon Musk-like technology?

Poole tweeted a photo of himself in a mask, ready to hop in the car en route to camp.

Other Jets making social media appearances in the training camp arrival game are Vyncint Smith, Jordan Jenkins, Jonotthan Harrison and the newest guy, safety Bradley McDougald.

This unprecedented training camp should pose a challenge for everybody. Although camp starts Tuesday, two positive COVID-19 tests need to occur for a player to officially be allowed to enter the facility.

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One of the NFL players who spoke up about player safety during these times, veteran Frank Gore, also made sure to announce is presence with authority.


And yeah, he’s not afraid to shout out that veteran number: 16th season.

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verge tibbs
3 years ago

I think that alex lewis rockin the gas mask. And i think it looks more like a paintball mask. But whatever, at least our guys are doin the right thing. As im sittin here, my lady is yelling that nobody, on the nj jenkinsons boardwalk feed shes watching, is wearing a mask. Smdh