Jets ready for Green & White practice (not a scrimmage)

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Saturday morning's wake-up call, Day 10 of New York Jets training camp:

What's happening: The Jets will hold their annual Green & White event, 7 p.m. at MetLife Stadium. There is no admission charge.

What's hot: If you go to the stadium expecting to see a controlled scrimmage, as the Jets have done in past years in Cortland, New York, you'll be disappointed. This will be a routine practice, complete with individual and team periods. There won't be full contact and they won't keep score in an offense-versus-defense setting. Why not? Todd Bowles explained, "It's been a long week. Maybe if it had been a shorter week, maybe it would've been a scrimmage game. But we've hit a lot here. It's another continuation of our process. We're not going to break camp mode." Bowles mentioned the possibility of full contact if they run a goal-line period, but that's about it. ... The Jets will try to create a game experience, including player introductions. That will create more juice than a routine practice, especially for the rookies. ... Injuries are starting to mount, so you may see second- and third-team players in prominent roles, especially in the secondary. ... This will mark Darrelle Revis' first trip to MetLife (as a Jet) since 2012. "I'm not going to get too high on it," he said, taking a business-as-usual approach. ... Geno Smith has yet to throw an interception in camp. Will he get booed if No. 1 comes Saturday night?