CORTLAND, N.Y. (AP) -- Rex Ryan knows the pressure's on him and his team to prove that last year's disappointing season was merely a bump in the road.
The New York Jets reported for training camp Thursday at SUNY Cortland refreshed and eager to get started on what they hope is a special season. Ryan says his biggest task is to build a team over the next 45 days "that's in a certain image and plays like Jets."
Mark Sanchez was one of the first players to check in to the dorm, with Tim Tebow showing up not long after him. Darrelle Revis showed up, too, after it was uncertain all offseason if he would.
Sione Pouha says the Jets' goal is "to make it to February," but they're "not wishing on a star."