It appears that Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez and receiver Santonio Holmes can't wait to get back on the field together.

They certainly couldn't wait until organized team workouts begin Monday.

Sanchez worked out with Holmes, fellow receiver Patrick Turner and tight end Dustin Keller in Orlando earlier this week in an informal training session that Keller said was "all good."

"It was just good for us to get together, get our timing down and everything," Keller said Thursday night at an event at the NFL's pop-up store in Manhattan. "We were working out, got some conditioning, some sprint work. More than anything, we just got to work on our timing throwing and catching the ball."

Keller said the workouts at the ESPN Wide World of Sports complex were relaxed and the chemistry between Holmes, Sanchez and the rest of the group was fine. Trainer Tom Shaw guided the workouts for the group.

Keller said there wasn't much conversation about the Jets' newest addition, quarterback Tim Tebow, or how last season's locker-room friction will carry into the new year.

Holmes hasn't spoken publicly about the final-game meltdown against the Dolphins in which he was benched, but Keller suggested things have smoothed over.

"We're not worried about any of that stuff," Keller said. "It's the offseason -- everything's going to play out how it's going to play out. We're excited, though. We feel good about everything."

The Jets will begin organized voluntary workouts Monday. They are expected to hold a team meeting, but Keller said he hasn't heard about a players-only meeting being organized.

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