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Life Without New York Jets Training Camp | Ending my 55-Year Streak

I just read the joint statement by the New York Jets and Giants and it hit me like a ton of bricks! It marks the end of an era for me. A joint statement from the Jets and Giants: pic.twitter.com/fP8eqaDBPw — New York Jets (@nyjets) July 20, 2020 For the first time in 55 years, I won’t be attending New …

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Training Camp 2014 – Jets in Pads

Hitting Is Here! Jets had practice in pads today! Finally, a chance to see some hitting, blocking, pass rush and tackling. Quarterbacks Geno Smith led first-team offense vs first-team defense (except for 3 plays), and Michael Vick led second-team offense vs second-team defense. Vick had a super day–I just wish I could have seen him with the first team to …

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Preseason Week 1: Jets vs Lions – What To Watch For

It may only be preseason, but for a lot of players it can mean the start or end of a career. The Jets play the Lions, a team that underachieved last year with a lot of talent. Offense Mark Sanchez gets the start and after being at camp for 12 days, I think it’s the right decision. He and Geno …

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The Love Of A Team – My Jets

Emotions! I’m filled with them tonight.  I just spent 11 days at the N.Y. Jets Training camp in Cortland New York. My life with the Jets began in 1962 (they were still the Titans) with my dad as Team Doctor, through 7 years of working for them, to returning every summer and still being a part of the “Jet Family”. …

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The Jets Win: Scouting the Green & White Game

Great Scrimmage The New York Jets Green and White Scrimmage was all I hoped it would be.  This is a year where the word “competition” really exists at so many positions.  This team has some players set, but others are still wide open and who will complete the 53 man roster is still way up in the air. Jets Offense …

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Remembering a Great Man, Dad, and Doctor

I’m feeling so many emotions tonight. It’s one year since the passing of my dad, Dr. Cal Nicholas, at the age of 88 from dementia.  He was an amazing father to 3 children and loving husband to my mom, fantastic Physician, and great teacher in life lessons. He also started my life with the NY Jets, then Titans, in 1962 …

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Training Camp Day 3: Jets in Pads and Hitting

The Jets had their first practice in pads today.  It poured with thunder and lightning this morning but cleared in time to have them play in the Stadium at Cortland University. Today Geno Smith played with the first team offense for much of the time and had a solid practice. He and Stephen Hill looked in sync  on long passes …

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Day 1: Jets Training Camp Notebook

There’s Nothing like Training Camp What a great first day at Jet camp.  Not a cloud in the sky and 75 degrees, I had a chance to reconnect with all the Jet beat writers on the sidelines.  Practice was quick tempo and both Mark Sanchez and Geno Smith threw well. The team has had a big change with so many …

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