Santonio Holmes to be at 'Jets West'

Updated: June 6, 2012, 4:42 PM ET
By Mike Mazzeo | Special to ESPNNewYork.com

With their well-documented feud seemingly behind them, New York Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes will be attending quarterback Mark Sanchez's "Jets West" passing camp in the next few weeks, Holmes announced Thursday on his Twitter account.

"YES! I will be attending "Jets West". Will be a great few days with the guys," Holmes tweeted Wednesday.

Holmes YES! I will be attending "Jets West". Will be a great few days with the guys.

-- Santonio Holmes, on Twitter

Holmes didn't attend last season's workout during the lockout; he was an unrestricted free agent at the time. He did attend in 2010, however.

The feud between Holmes and Sanchez came to light at the end of last season, when it was reported that Holmes refused to attend Sanchez's quarterback-wide receivers meetings in the days leading up to the team's season finale in Miami. The pair has indicated that everything is fine between them since, however.

Holmes and Sanchez worked out in Orlando in April.

Holmes will join skill-position players Tim Tebow, Greg McElroy, Jeremy Kerley, Patrick Turner, Scotty McKnight, Shonn Greene, Joe McKnight, John Conner, Dustin Keller, Jeff Cumberland and Josh Baker at the camp.

Sanchez's "Jets West" passing camp takes place in Southern California at Mission Viejo High School.

He has put the camp together the past two offseasons to help build chemistry between himself and his running backs and wide receivers during the period between mandatory minicamp and training camp.

Mike Mazzeo is a regular contributor for ESPNNewYork.com.

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