Moore, one of the Jets’ representatives for the former players union, said he was excited “some sense of normalcy” will be returned tomorrow, even while the legal battle is not yet over. After having offseason hip surgery, he is particularly excited about using the training facilities at the Jets’ complex.
“It’s a step in the right direction,” he said. “This is what it was what it was all about when we went to court: to get back to work. This is the first step, getting back into the building. It’s a good day for the players and football.”"
Lots of players through the league have showed up and tried to use the facilities but were denied. Players under contract are welcome into the facility and to speak with coaches, however there is still some grey area concerning free agents.
Source : NJ.com