Report: NFLPA investigates Jets locker room cameras


The NFLPA is inspecting the New York Jets training facility after the team complained about security cameras in the locker rooms, ESPN’s Rich Cimini reports.The union will consider taking action if CBA violations are found, Cimini adds.

Jets players have contacted the union in recent weeks about what appeared to be surveillance cameras hidden in smoke detectors, according to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News.

The NFLPA communicated the issue to the NFL in late October, but while the league admitted the cameras had been in the facility since 2008, it ruled that they were in compliance with the rules since the players were aware, Mehta adds.

Many current and former Jets players have reportedly told Mehta that they had never been made aware of the cameras.

The Jets moved to their current training facility in Florham Park, New Jersey, in 2008.

New York has had a tenuous relationship with players in the past. In November 2019, former wide receiver Quincy Enunwa expressed his displeasure with the organization over a fine, and current Kansas City Chiefs offensive lineman Kelechi Osemele filed an injury grievance while ‘he was playing for the Jets last season.


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