Jets Camp Practice Recap - 8/16/22

The Jets held another camp practice today with media on hand, so here's what went down based on reports from those in attendance:

  • The Jets were not in pads;
  • Duane Brown once again did conditioning work on a side field, while Quinnen Williams remains out with a minor ankle injury;
  • DJ Reed returned to team drills;
  • Carl Lawson beat Max Mitchell for a sack on Joe Flacco's first play in team periods;
  • Mike White was also sacked on his first play, this time by Jermaine Johnson;
  • Lawrence Cager made a one-handed catch on a pass thrown behind him by Chris Streveler;
  • La'Mical Perine was shaken up after a carry but was able to return;
  • Flacco had four red zone completions in a row as he found Tyler Conklin and Breece Hall for red zone touchdowns;
  • White hit Braxton Berrios and Streveler hit Ty Johnson and Tevin Coleman for red zone touchdowns;
  • Jordan Whitehead was shaken up after a play in team periods but jogged off the field and returned to team periods later;
  • Lawson blew up a reverse to Elijah Moore in the backfield;
  • Garrett Wilson showed off some good abilities after the catch;
  • After hitting on his first 10 passes, Flacco cooled off with three incompletions in a row;
  • Denzel Mims made an impressive leaping touchdown catch over Luq Barcoo and Elijah Riley from Streveler;
  • Flacco connected with Moore on an impressive deep out;
  • Conklin drew a defensive pass interference flag from Ahmad Gardner;
  • Corey Davis caught back-to-back passes in the end zone from Flacco (a touchdown and two-point conversion), reaching up over Bryce Hall for the second one;
  • Ashtyn Davis reportedly had an active practice;
  • Cager made a leaping grab from White for 20 down inside the 10, but then Hamsah Nasirildeen broke up a pass intended for Cager in the end zone; and
  • Flacco ended up 14-for-17 with four touchdowns and was only sacked twice in one of the best days so far for the offense.

The Jets are scheduled to practice again tomorrow morning.