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The New York Jets are ranked 19th in our team guide. Their facilities all grade slightly above average, and while there was nothing overtly problematic identified in the results, there is nothing that stands out as excellent either. In general, the sentiment is that the facility is getting old and can use upgrading.

77% of players feel that owner Woody Johnson is willing to invest in necessary upgrades to these facilities, though, ranking him 24th in this category.

The player respondents don’t feel like the coaching staff (ranked last) is efficient with their time as they are routinely at the facilities much later than other teams in the league. Longer hours are not necessarily correlated to winning, as seven of the top eight coaches who ranked most efficient with their players' time made the playoffs this year.

Breakdown of Key Categories

Treatment of Families

Tied for 18th

Support of Players' Families: Ranked 20th

  • They offer daycare
  • They are one of 14 teams that do not have a family room

Post-Game Gathering Area: Ranked 14th

Food Service / Nutrition


Quality of food: Ranked 23rd

  • All three meals provided

83% of players say there is enough room in the cafeteria.

Weight Room


Players say their weight room is smaller compared to others around the league.

  • 100% feel they have enough strength coaches

Strength Coaches


Players believe that the strength coaches moderately add to their individual success. Most teams rated their strength staff very high which is why they are ranked 30th but still receive a good grade overall.

  • 83% of players believe they receive an individual plan (Ranked 27th)

Training Room



  • 82% feel they have enough ATCs (9th worst in the league)
  • 74% feel they have enough PTs (10th worst in the league)

Steam Room/Sauna

  • There is a steam room (63% feel it is big enough)
  • There is a sauna (60% feel it is big enough)


  • 71% of players feel they have enough hot tub space
  • 71% of players feel they have enough cold tub space

Training Staff


Players believe the training staff moderately adds to their individual success. As we saw with the strength coaches, most teams ranked their training staffs very highly. Although this staff is ranked tied for 29th, they still receive a good score for the overall good reviews they received.

Locker Room


Players feel like the locker room is starting to feel old, and believe they need newer lockers.

  • 85% of players feel like they have enough space (Ranked 19th)

Team Travel

  • 74% of players feel like they have enough room to spread out
  • No roommates
  • Good amount of first-class seats

During the last two years, the Board of Representatives has discussed ways to improve the information available to free agents making decisions about their prospective Clubs and decided to pursue the development of “Club Report Cards” that, while not a scientific survey, would report the quantitative and qualitative opinions of NFL players about their respective Clubs.

In connection with that goal, questions were sent to every player on the 2022 team rosters asking them their opinions about their Club’s facilities, certain Club personnel/coaches, and other work-related categories, such as Club’s treatment of families and team travel (players were not asked questions about any Club other than their 2022 employer). As a result of the confidential questionnaire, 1,300 players responded. There then was a qualitative follow up by the union, which resulted in the following “report card.”

The questions called for both quantitative and qualitative answers; for example: “Grade your weight room with 1 reflecting best rating, 5 reflecting lowest rating” and “What would you change about your weight room?” The numerical ratings for each sub-category of questions were tallied and averaged. The questionnaire also sought to elicit the opinion of players on some issues that have a direct impact on the quality of life for NFL players. These qualitative responses, which are inherently subjective, were reviewed and evaluated by the union and then factored into providing an overall rating that was intended to reflect player opinions.

Based upon all of this information, the rankings from Club to Club were determined by comparing how each Club graded in each category.

Finally, the Club Report Card includes an overview, which is a summary of the players’ responses and opinions about the Club workplace and specifically about how players perceived Clubs’ commitment to workplace issues.