Jets Camp Practice Recap - 8/19/22 (Joint Practice with the Falcons)

The Jets held a joint camp practice with the Falcons today with media and fans on hand, so here's what went down based on reports from those in attendance:

  • Bryce Huff missed practice but Brandin Echols made his return. Quinnen Williams, Nick Bawden and Lamarcus Joyner remain out;
  • Jason Pinnock worked as the first team safety again;
  • Garrett Wilson had a good impact in 7-on-7's with a couple of red zone touchdowns, although he did also drop one;
  • DJ Reed forced a couple of incompletions in 7-on-7's;
  • Denzel Mims drew a pass interference call on a jump ball;
  • Breece Hall broke free for a 70+ yard touchdown in 11-on-11's;
  • There were a couple of skirmishes, with Bradlee Anae throwing hands on one;
  • Irvin Charles had a big catch and run from Chris Streveler;
  • Duane Brown continues to sit out team drills with Chuma Edoga in at left tackle with the starters;
  • Joe Flacco hit Corey Davis down the middle for a nice gain and then hit CJ Uzomah underneath but was then sacked by Grady Jarrett;
  • Carl Lawson had a sack in the team period;
  • Ahmad Gardner's first interception of camp came on a bad Desmond Ridder pass, although there was a flag on the play;
  • Flacco evaded pressure and threw on the run to a diving Wilson as he went 5-for-5 on his next series;
  • Echols and Isaiah Dunn each forced incompletions against Falcons tight ends;
  • Flacco led a 60-yard drive with a 42-yard pass to Elijah Moore and then a third down connection to Moore who got open on a good route. He found Braxton Berrios with a short pass for a five-yard score;
  • Jermaine Johnson sacked Marcus Mariota;
  • A frustrated Vinny Curry limped off the field with an injury;
  • Charles had another first down on the next series with the third unit;
  • Practice ended with some situational two minute drives. First Atlanta got a couple of first downs but then Deuce Carter broke up a third down pass and Johnson got the sack to end the drive near midfield;
  • Flacco got the Jets down to the 10 with nice gains to Davis and Moore and shorter completions to Carter, Uzomah and Davis again. A George Fant holding penalty meant they had to settle for a field goal;
  • The Falcons' second unit also had to settle for a field goal after Elijah Riley broke up a pass in the end zone; and
  • Mike White's drive didn't end in a score but he connected with Mims on a leaping grab.

The teams will practice again tomorrow.