Revis was back on the practice field Monday for the team portion of practice, as promised.
This time, Jets head coach Rex Ryan didn’t have to walk through the dorms at SUNY Cortland yelling, “Revis where are you?”
“Hi,” the All-Pro cornerback said to reporters Thursday with a big smile. In other words, yep, he’s here. But he very nearly wasn’t.
Rex Ryan got busy right away leading the three-ring production. First order of business: stifle the eminent Santonio Holmes.
Fans chanting his name and carrying banners proclaiming his greatness — or otherwise — will have to wait a couple of days. As the New York Jets reported to training camp Thursday, Tim Tebow simply was another player.
The Jets had to relocate their training camp from Cortland last year because of the NFL lockout. And while quarterback Mark Sanchez doesn’t want to say it hurt the team last season, a return to Central New York is certainly welcome.
Getting back to Cortland could not have come at a better time for the Jets. They are trying to turn the page on the locker room turmoil of a year ago as they look to regain the chemistry and the magic that they had during the first two years of the Rex Ryan era.
Believe it or not, Tim Tebow could become the best thing to happen to Mark Sanchez in quite a while.
The Fourth of July was almost ruined for plugged-in Jets fans all over the Tri-State area.
Revis’ answers have mostly been vague, with an “I don’t know,” or contract talks will come “sooner or later.” Back in his hometown of Aliquippa, Pa., Revis gave us something entirely new.
Looking for a pretty cool summer getaway? How about Central New York?
Rex Ryan’s Jets won’t be holed up in central New York this summer. The Jets will conduct their training camp at their facility in Florham Park, N.J. and not at SUNY Cortland, where they trained the past two years.
The NFL lockout has already claimed the 2011 rookie symposium. SUNY Cortland’s Jets training camp might be next to join the scrap heap.