NEW ENGLAND — The New England Jets opened their training camp Monday, kicking off their offseason program with open practice sessions.

New England’s training camp will kick off at noon Monday in the Gillette Stadium press box.

They’ll practice at the University of New Mexico Stadium from 1-3 p.m.

Monday night’s practice will be a homecoming for the Jets, who last season won their first Super Bowl in five years.

The Jets are one of the NFL’s most intriguing young teams, which includes several of the top prospects on the market, including safety Jamal Adams, running back Leonard Fournette and wide receiver Jace Amaro.

Quarterback Quincy Enunwa (knee) and running back Stevan Ridley (concussion) are both expected to play.

The Jets have struggled for weeks with injuries at their quarterback position, and coach Todd Bowles said he won’t be able to start all of them this season.

The first game is Sept. 11 against the Chicago Bears.