Jets News: Complete 2015 Training Camp Preview

The New York Jets struggled mightily in 2014, but have their sights set on the postseason this year following a very intriguing spring. However, before we start penciling in the Jets as January darlings, it's time we slow down and focus on the team's ongoing training camp in Florham Park, New Jersey. Here's our 2015 Jets Training Camp primer:


All of the Jets training camp practices will be held in Florham Park unless otherwise noted.

Practices open to general public (with ticket): Aug. 11, Aug. 15, Aug. 16.
Practices open to public (fans picked by drawing): Aug. 6, Aug. 10, Aug. 24, Aug. 26.
Season-ticket holders only: Aug. 19.
Green and White Scrimmage: Aug. 8, 7 p.m., at MetLife Stadium. Open to the pubic.
Family Night: Aug. 23, at Hofstra. Time to be determined. Open to the public.

Position battle to watch:


New head coach Todd Bowles has said Geno Smith is the Jets' starting quarterback, but his two-year career numbers of 5,571 yards, 25 touchdowns, and 41 turnovers suggest he may not be the man for the job. However, their other two options are rookie Bryce Petty, who needs to learn a pro-style system, and Ryan Fitzpartick, who has proven he's not a real starting-caliber quarterback in the league. It'll be very interesting to see how this plays out and who - if anyone - takes over the job this year.

Top storyline:

Return of Darrelle Revis and a improved secondary

The New York Jets had the sixth best defense in the league last year, but their secondary was consistently gashed and was the weakest part of the unit. Todd Bowles made it a point to improve the secondary, and did so in a huge way by signing Darrelle Revis, Antonio Cromartie, and Buster Skrine. Now the Jets suddenly have one of the best secondaries in the league, meaning their good defense will be even better in 2015.

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