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Jets Player Did Not Attend Mandatory Minicamp Today

New York Jets helmets lie on the field during a morning practice at Atlantic Health Jets Training Center on July 29, 2021 in Florham Park, New Jersey.
(Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images)

Mandatory minicamps are being held across the NFL right now, and unlike OTAs, attendance at them is, well, mandatory.

The New York Jets are once again the recipient of lots of hype and anticipation as future Hall-of-Fame quarterback Aaron Rodgers appears to be mostly healthy, and they have a cast around him that looks strong, at least on paper.

One new member of that cast is linebacker Haason Reddick, who arrived in a trade with the Philadelphia Eagles in the offseason.

Per Dov Kleiman, Reddick wasn’t at New York’s mandatory minicamp on Monday.

Defense is considered the Jets’ biggest strength, and Reddick will make that strength even more of one.

He has made the Pro Bowl in both of the last two seasons, and he has posted double-digit sacks in each of the last four years, peaking at 16.0 in 2022.

In addition to his abilities on the front seven, Reddick made a Super Bowl appearance in February 2023, and that experience should prove to be invaluable for a Jets team that is still relatively young.

With the depth that the AFC boasts from top to bottom, defensive pressure, especially around the line of scrimmage, will prove to be key to New York’s hopes this fall and winter.

That defensive pressure will also have to take pressure off of Rodgers, who is 40 years of age and is coming off a torn Achilles he suffered in Week 1 last season.

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