The Jets were one of 28 teams across the league to begin Phase One of their offseason workout program on Monday.
“It feels great. I’ve been working hard and I’ve been eager to get back,” said WR
The 24-year-old Enunwa is a third-year pro coming off a season where he set career highs in receptions (58) receiving yards (857) and TD receptions (4). He was joined Monday by a lot of youth at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center. The ageless
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“It feels awesome. It’s been a long offseason and being able to get back in the locker room is something that I look forward to and I’m ready to get started,” he said.
During this initial phase, players are permitted to be at the facility for four hours daily. They can work only with the strength and conditioning coaches and athletic trainers on the field or in the weight room. While classroom instruction is allowed, individual player drills won’t commence until Phase II of the program, which starts May 1.
“It feels like the first day of school, walking around seeing smiles on everybody’s face. It feels great to be back to work with all of my teammates,” said DL
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Head coach Todd Bowles said the Jets will have open competition at the QB position and all three signal callers on the roster were in good spirits as the offseason got underway.
“It’s always good to get back started especially when you are coming to a new team,” said
“I’m excited on all fronts. It’s always good to get some time away, but then you come back in the building and see old faces and see the guys,” he said. “It’s the kind of adrenaline you don’t get anywhere else.”
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"It feels awesome. It’s been a long offseason and being able to get back in the locker room is something that I look forward to and I’m ready to get started,” Hackenberg said.
“It’s a new season. I’m glad to be back and get things started. It’s the first day of workouts with the guys,” Wilkerson said. “We have a lot to look forward to.”