Severe weather: Jets suspend practice

CORTLAND, N.Y. -- On the one-year anniversary of Tim Tebow's shirtless jog through a driving rainstorm, the Jets were greeted Sunday morning by another deluge at training camp. This time, the team suspended practice -- and, no, none of the players removed his jersey for a "Chariots of Fire" run past cameras.

The Jets stopped practice at 10:25 a.m., 25 minutes after they started what was to be their first practice in pads. There was lightning in the area, so an announcement was made to suspend the session. Players and coaches filed off the field, toward the locker room.