After he missed the first on-field practice yesterday, Jets safety Calvin Pryor is reportedly at practice with the team today.
The practices are voluntary anyway and Todd Bowles downplayed the significance of Pryor's non-attendance and noted that he'd been at recent workouts. However, it will be interesting to see whether he continues to miss sessions when the media are around.
Pryor's starting spot is in jeopardy after the Jets drafted Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye last month. With Maye still rehabbing an arm/shoulder injury, veteran reserve Rontez Miles took first team reps with Adams on Tuesday.