New York Jets and Carolina Panthers players will join the ranks of the NFL elite for their first joint training camp on Wednesday in what is expected to be a historic event.
The players will be joined by the teams head coaches and general managers, who will discuss the season ahead and the impact the team has made on the league.
Jets owner Woody Johnson said the team will be the first to bring the NFL’s best players together in a single session.
The event is expected on the sidelines of the New York Football Classic in August.
The NFL will hold its joint minicamp in August, but not before some of the top teams from around the league, including the New England Patriots and New York Giants, will join forces.
The NFL is also expected to host its draft combine in August for the first time since the 2012 NFL draft.
The event, which will also feature a number of NFL players who are not part of the combine, will be held in an undisclosed location.
The training camp is expected not only to help rookies develop and develop into their best versions, but also to help players develop into elite players.
The team will have more players who have won a Super Bowl than the league has total Super Bowl wins.
Players will be allowed to practice in an open area at the training facility, which is part of a partnership with the team that provides equipment for the players.
The session will be open to the public, but will include limited access to the practice field.
The players will not be able to watch or interact with the coaches or the team.
The coaches will be able only to speak to the players during training camp.
There is a possibility the sessions will include some video and audio interviews, but the NFL said there will be no cameras or microphones.
The Jets and Panthers are scheduled to meet in the second week of August.