Observation of Friday's Jets training camp.
The best of both worlds
QB Zach Wilson has been under constant pressure as his defensive line — especially Karl Lawson and John Franklin Myers — dominated the points of attack. I was. However, in his one of his scrambles, Wilson flipped a backhand shovel his pass to rookie WR Garrett his Wilson.
QB Joe A nifty sliding catch from S Will Parks thrown by Flacco is followed by a catch-and-return from LB Hamsah Nasirildeen. Wilson threw a deep interception into tight coverage early in practice, but that play was probably the sack of the game.
It caught my eye
It was a jerky practice, as the whistle was followed by three skirmishes with barks. "One rule: no punches," coach Robert Saleh said of his reaction to pushing and pushing.
RB Tevin Coleman (ill) and TE Jeremy Ruckert (foot) suffered non-football injuries earlier this week. After being off the list, I practiced at camp for the first time. RT Mekhi Becton wore a brace (instead of a sleeve) on his right knee for the first time.