One of the great things about training camp is that it gives fans a chance to get close to players and coaches during practice sessions. If you're Jets wide receiver Stephen Hill, it's also one of the worst things about camp. Hill, who struggled in his first two NFL seasons, is already hearing it from the peanut gallery.

According to ESPN.com's Jane McManus, Hill had a message for fans who said the wide receiver shouldn't even be on the field as the team opened training camp at SUNY Cortland in upstate New York.

"Take me out of the game?" Hill yelled back to the stands. "You act like I didn't hear that s---."

Whether Hill hears it or not, the reality is that he's fighting for a roster spot on a team that's not particularly deep at the position.

Drafted 43rd overall in 2012, the 6-4, 215-pound former Georgia Tech standout was supposed to be the big, fast downfield target that would make life easier for Mark Sanchez. Instead, Hill struggled as a rookie, catching 24 passes for 342 yards and one touchdown, and things got worse in 2013 when he managed just 21 receptions for 252 yards and three scores.

In June, Jets wide receivers coach Sanjay Lal admitted that this will be a make-or-break season for Hill.