Seeing the green and white back out on the field will be a welcome sight for fans who have been hurting since the end of the 2011 season and the subsequent portrayal of a locker room in disarray.
The 2012 offseason has seen the most significant changes during Rex Ryan's tenure, and anticipation for camp is high.
The team and coaching staff have a lot to prove in 2011 and if all accounts of OTAs and minicamp are accurate, the team is on a mission this year.
Ryan has done less talking and claims that out of a possible 2,211 individual workouts during the offseason, only 33 were missed. Ryan believes this to be the best rate in the NFL.
Expectations are high for many of the new players the Jets have brought in, but some players from last season need to improve on their play.
There are many reasons to be excited about the Jets in 2012, but also some areas of concern.
This slideshow takes a look at some key players on the roster and whether their stock is moving up or down heading into training camp.