Jets to Remain in Florham Park for 2015 Training Camp

Posted Mar 31, 2015

Owner Woody Johnson, Team President Neil Glat Express Gratitude to SUNY Cortland for Hosting Recent Camps

The Jets will hold this summer's training camp at its state-of-the-art Atlantic Health Jets Training Center in Florham Park, NJ.

The decision was made after careful consideration and with full recognition and appreciation of the team’s outstanding experience at SUNY Cortland.

“SUNY Cortland felt like home because of the tremendous local support we received during our time there,” said Jets Owner Woody Johnson. “President Erik Bitterbaum and the university staff, as well as the families and businesses of Central New York, all went above and beyond to embrace our organization and create a comfortable environment for our team and fans. They always will be a part of our Jets family.”

Preparing for the season at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center offers the added benefit of locating camp closer to the team’s core fan base in the New York/North Jersey metropolitan area.

“We are very grateful for the outstanding support of our fans in Cortland and to fans who made and enjoyed trips to the area,” said Jets President Neil Glat. “Our hope is that our training in Florham Park will allow additional fans to experience the fun and excitement of a Jets Training Camp this year.”

The Jets had held five of their past six training camps at SUNY Cortland in Central New York. The return to the year-round training facility is consistent with the trend of a number of teams remaining at home for camp. Currently, 21 of the 32 teams conduct camp at their practice facility.

2015 New York Jets Training Camp is supported by EMC/SAP, JetBlue, MetLife, SNY, and Toyota. Practice dates and times will be announced as soon as they are determined.


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