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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Good to go at training camp

    Hall (lower body) participated in 11-on-11 drills at Day 1 of Jets training camp Wednesday, Andy Vasquez of The Bergen Record reports.

    Hall didn't practice at June minicamp due to a lower-body injury, though he noted that the coaching staff was mostly holding him out as a precautionary measure. The star running back said earlier this offseason that his knee already feels much better than during the 2023 season, when he was working his way back from an ACL tear. During the upcoming season, he should benefit from improved offensive line play, with the Jets having signed left tackle Tyron Smith, traded for right tackle Morgan Moses and added tackle Olu Fashanu in the first round of April's draft. Plus, the promise of a healthy Aaron Rodgers should allow New York's offense to take a step forward, after questionable quarterback play heavily limited the unit in recent seasons.

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  • Jets' Leonard Taylor: Activated from PUP list

    Taylor (undisclosed) passed a physical and was activated from the active/PUP list Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports.

    Taylor opened the Jets' training camp on the sidelines with an undisclosed injury, but he appears to have fully recovered. The defensive lineman is competing with the likes of Bruce Hector and Tanzel Smart for an active roster spot in 2024.

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  • Jets' Tyler Harrell: Taken off NFI list

    Harrell (undisclosed) was activated off the Jets' active/non-football injury list Tuesday, Aaron WIlson of KPRC 2 Houston reports.

    Harrell passed his physical Tuesday and is now set to return to practice for New York. Though the rookie undrafted free agent is a long shot to make the team's final roster, he will likely be competing for a spot on the practice squad.

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  • Jets' Aaron Rodgers: Unsure about playing past 2024

    Rodgers said Monday on Pardon My Take that he likes the idea of playing two more seasons but isn't yet sure about anything beyond 2024, Henry McKenna of FOX Sports reports.

    Rodgers mentioned wanting to play at least two more years after he was traded to the Jets last offseason, but he couldn't anticipate at the time that his first campaign would last just four snaps. He came back from an Achilles' tear and participated in a majority of the team's practices this spring, with the exception being an absence for June minicamp that the Jets were informed of ahead of time. Rodgers is back with his teammates for the start of training camp, leading an offense that made some big changes this offseason -- namely the additions of tackles Tyron Smith, Morgan Moses and Olu Fashanu to protect the veteran quarterback, as well as wideouts Mike Williams (knee) and 2024 third-round pick Malachi Corley.

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  • Jets' Haason Reddick: Not reporting to camp

    Reddick won't report for the start of training camp as he seeks a new contract, ESPN's Rich Cimini reports.

    Traded from Philadelphia to the Jets this spring, Reddick didn't attend OTAs or minicamp with his new team. He's due $14.5 million in the final season of his contract, following four consecutive years with at least 11 sacks. There's a mandatory $50,000 fine for each day of training camp he misses, which means he could report at some point even if negotiations don't progress the way he's hoping. The Jets reportedly thought Reddick was content to play out the final year of his contract at the time they traded for him; it's unclear if there was a miscommunication, or he simply changed his mind.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 96.9
Def. 124.0


Player Injury
M. Williams WR Mike Williams WR Knee - ACL
J. Travis QB Jordan Travis QB Ankle
N. Bawden RB Nick Bawden RB Undisclosed
M. Moses OT Morgan Moses OT Pectoral
A. Vera-Tucker G Alijah Vera-Tucker G Achilles

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