SNY’s Andrew Johnston and Leonard Orman are at Jets Training Camp, and here’s their dispatch of what they saw and heard from Tuesday’s camp…
- Jets practiced goal line drills Thursday. The offense had trouble getting into the end zone against a very stout defense.
- Rookie Calvin Pryor returned to practice and participated in individual drills in a limited basis while wearing a red non-contact jersey
- Demario Davis constantly works on his craft. He does individual drills with a coach on the side while others stretch before practice. It’s amazing to watch.
- Darryl Richardson saw plenty of action because Bilal Powell sat out practice. The Jets will have a hard decision to make as to whether they want to carry four running backs. He looks good.
- During passing drills, Chris Johnson showed off his skills as a pass catcher. On one play he juked David Harris and ended up being wide open for a catch. He caught a long TD pass later in the drill.
- Jace Amaro had a diving catch in 11-on-11. Drew a pass interference in goal line drill
- Oday Aboushi saw time with the starters at right guard. He continues to impress.
- Jason Babin pressured Mike Vick on the goal line and forced him to throw the ball away.
- Defense shut down the running game during goal line portion of practice. Chris ivory was the only one who had any success. Ivory has looked great.
- David Nelson beat Dimitri Patterson for a long gain during 11-on-11.
- Sudfeld caught a 10-yard-pass during 11 on 11, saw that no one was around him and ran away from the defense for a 60+ yard touchdown. An impressive display of speed.
- Jace Amaro showing no ill signs of knee strain.
- Zach Sudfeld really looks good, but needs to translate it to live action. He had a long touchdown during 11-on-11.
- Oday Aboushi got a lot of attention during individual drills
- David Nelson has locked up the No. 3 WR spot.
- Willie Colon is moving well, especially his mouth! Love the passion he plays with. Game changer.
- Neither third-string quarterback looked good today. The more I see, the more realistic chance they only carry two QBs into the season.
- Tons of penalties during goal line drills. There were a few huge hits.
- Quinton Coples was very vocal and made a few impressive plays on the edge.
- David Harris looked great in team coverage, breaking up a few passes. Nick Bellore was a beast, with two huge stuffs.