Several weeks ago there was a petition about not allowing Michael Vick on SUNY Cortland campus. A school representative told us it was too early to discuss as the Jets had not yet confirmed they would return.
 
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On Wednesday morning, Gang Green announced they would be returning to SUNY Cortland.

"The school and the community have joined together to continually provide a terrific backdrop for our team to come together at a critical stage of our season," said Jets GM John Idzik. "I am pleased that we are returning to Cortland for training camp again this summer.”

It's the fifth time in the last six years that the Woody Johnson owned team has had their training camp at SUNY Cortland.

“I love the fact that we are going back to Cortland," said head coach Rex Ryan. "Everyone knows how I feel about going away. I think it is a big part of building our team camaraderie.  The community, the school and the people of Cortland have been outstanding and we are all excited to be going back this summer."

The Jets having their camp in the state of New York does a lot for the community.

"As it has in the past, this summer’s training camp will bring millions of tourist dollars into the Cortland economy, showcase the college’s professional-caliber facilities on an international stage, and provide SUNY Cortland students with the educational experience of a lifetime," said SUNY Cortland President Erik Bitterbaum.

Listen to Armen and Levack on 104.5 The Team for the latest on the Jets preparing for training camp.