Carl Lawson provided a positive update on his status for training camp after missing the 2021 season with a torn achilles tendon and a scary good take on what to expect from the New York Jets defensive line.

“I’m going to be good to go, but it’s kind of up to the organization, how they want to play it, what they want me doing and stuff like that,” Lawson told reporters Wednesday. “I’ll be ready to go at any time on a moment’s call. Even when I was on one leg I’m ready to go, but it’s up to the organization.”

Lawson, who signed a three-year, $45 million free-agent contract with the Jets last offseason, sustained the season-ending injury in August. He had been the talk of training camp with his dominating play, routinely embarrassing offensive lineman, including 2020 top pick Mekhi Becton, before the injury.

The return of Lawson is expected to fortify the defensive line. They missed his pass-rushing skills in a big way last season. Lawson had 20 sacks in 51 games over four seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals and is expected to break out in the defensive scheme the Jets use under coach Robert Saleh and defensive coordinator Jeff Ulbrich.

The 26-year-old said he expects big things from New York’s defensive line this season because of its depth, talent and internal competition.

“It’s an absolute breeding ground for monsters,” Lawson said. “So, I love this group. I love it, really.”

The Jets traded up into the first round to select edge rusher Jermaine Johnson out of Florida State with the 26th pick in the 2022 NFL Draft. They also selected Texas A&M edge rusher Micheal Clemons in the fourth round and signed veteran lineman Solomon Thomas. Thomas played for Jets coach Robert Saleh when the latter was defensive coordinator with the San Francisco 49ers.

Vinny Curry also missed all of 2021 with a blood disorder after signing with the Jets. He is healthy and ready to compete for playing time on the defensive line this season as well.

Quinnen Williams and John Franklin-Myers are stalwarts on the interior of the line. Sheldon Rankins, Bryce Huff, Nathan Shepard and Jonathan Marshall also return this season.

With that many bodies, it’s a good thing Saleh uses a heavy rotation in games so the linemen play to peak form.

“I think the potential is through the roof,” Lawson said. “I love this group because it’s a bunch of guys with different backstories. It’s going to be a competitive group so it’s going to be a breeding group for absolute monsters.”

Tight end C.J. Uzomah signed with the Jets during the offseason. He was Lawson’s teammate at Auburn and from 2017-20 with the Bengals. Uzomah said he knows who the scariest figure is on the D-line.

“Carl is a monster, he’s built like an action figure,” Uzomah said Wednesday. “Like if you go on ‘Madden’ and you try and build player, that is Carl. … He’s just a freak.”

The Jets sure would love to find out this season just how scary Lawson can be to opposing quarterbacks and offensive linemen.