Jets' culture change started on facility's redecorated walls

A mural is displayed on the wall of the players' entrance at the New York Jets NFL football training facility, Friday, Sept. 15, 2017, in Florham Park, N.J. Jets coach Todd Bowles went to work on changing the culture around the team this offseason by starting with the walls. The coach redecorated the hallways with photos of star players from the team's past, giving the current Jets something to strive for during a rebuilding season for the franchise (AP Photo/Dennis Waszak Jr.)

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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) The mission statement greets every New York Jets player as soon as he reaches the big glass doors to enter the team’s facility.

“One Team” is printed in bold, white letters on the left side just above the metal handle – and directly below the team’s logo – while “One Goal” adorns the right.

That’s the message coach Todd Bowles has been preaching to his team since early in the offseason. And there’s no ignoring it, with reminders painted in several places in the redecorated hallways and rooms that players use to work out, practice, eat meals and hold meetings.

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