FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — George R.R. Martin took his rightful place at New York Jets training camp and – spoiler alert! – everyone survived.

The “Game of Thrones” creator, a big Jets and Giants fan, watched the two-hour-plus practice Wednesday at the Jets’ facility with general manager Mike Maccagnan – playing the role of the kingsguard, of course – at his side.

Decked out in a black Jets hat, black pants, T-shirt and suspenders decorated with skulls and crossbones, Martin chatted with players, fans and Jets officials who surely wanted to know the fates of characters Jon Snow, Arya Stark, Sansa Stark and Daenerys Targaryen, among others.

He also sat down for a video interview with Jets left tackle, and “Game of Thrones” fan, D’Brickashaw Ferguson.

Martin is the author of the “A Song of Ice and Fire” epic fantasy novels that were adapted by HBO for its Emmy-winning dramatic series “Game of Thrones.”

The books and series are known for major characters and fan favorites meeting their untimely, and often gruesome, demise.

It won’t be the only local stop for Martin, who is planning to be at the Staten Island Yankees game Saturday night.

The game will take on a “Game of Thrones” theme, with the home Yankees playing as the Staten Island Direwolves and the visiting Hudson Valley Renegades dressing in the gold and red colors of the House of Lannister.