Here is when the New York Jets will begin training camp in 2022
The NFL offseason is finally nearing an end. We are officially less than a month away from training camp as the New York Jets‘ reporting dates have been announced.
The Jets will begin their 2022 training camp when rookies report on July 19. Veterans will report one week later on July 26.
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Most players have been taking time off since the end of mandatory offseason training activities last week. However, several Jets players are planning to continue training to prepare for the season.
Rookie wide receiver Garrett Wilson is staying in Florham Park to work with the Jets coaching staff. The tenth overall pick has high expectations after the dominant rookie seasons of players like Justin Jefferson and Ja’Marr Chase in the last two years.
Garrett is not the only Wilson continuing to practice before camp.
Quarterback Zach Wilson intends to gather some teammates for a passing camp in July before players report to New Jersey. This will be at least the fourth time he’s met with teammates to practice this offseason outside of Florham Park.
Zach Wilson says he will have a passing camp in July where he invites all the offensive skill players. #Jets
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Wilson may already be practicing as he is expected to be attending the Tight End University (TEU) summit, where he’ll throw passes to some of the best tight ends in the NFL. TEU began on June 22 and runs through June 24. There, Wilson is also expected to be joined by two other members of the Jets: tight ends Tyler Conklin and C.J. Uzomah.
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The two free agent signings are both coming off career years and complement each other perfectly. Uzomah is excellent after the catch and Conklin has extremely reliable hands. Both skills will make Wilson’s life significantly easier in Year 2.
It truly feels like the Jets are close to starting a new chapter in their history. They have drafted well and are developing a talented young core. Most importantly, these players have all displayed a love for football. That passion allows them to constantly work to improve themselves and become the best versions of themselves.
General manager Joe Douglas and head coach Robert Saleh have preached about building a positive culture in which players are passionate about football. They will be hoping that the superb work ethic of their core players will pay dividends during this upcoming season and for years down the line.
It all starts in training camp. Only 26 days remain until rookies report.