New York Jets left tackle Mekhi Becton will be limited at practice on Wednesday after injuring his knee during Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills.
The Jets have the San Francisco 49ers coming to town next, who are dealing with some injury issues of their own.
New York Jets wideout Denzel Mims will be missing practice Friday due to dual hamstring injuries. That's an injury to each hamstring. Aside from that sounding painful, it doesn't look like Mims will be playing this Sunday.
While I almost feel bad for the Jets, this isn't exactly the end of the world. Breshad Perriman (god help us), Chris Hogan, and Jamison Crowder can also be made useful at wide receiver.
Yes, that's right.
Joe Flacco is back at practice for the New York Jets. It'll be on a limited basis, but hey, we will take what we can get here.
The King Himself isn't expected to play (or, start, if you're me) until later on in September, but we will take this progress as a win.
More good news for the Jets? Their wide receivers are getting healthier, after they seemed to be dropping like flies all through training camp. Breshad Perriman and Denzel Mims are expected to return to practice this week.
The hits keep coming for the New York Jets. Linebacker Patrick Onwuasor is expected to miss four or five weeks with a knee injury.
Baltimore North seems to be going through injuries left and right throughout training camp.
New York signed Onwuasor this offseason to a one-year deal, hoping he'd be more of a depth signing. Then, linebacker (and another former Baltimore Raven) CJ Mosley decided to opt-out of the 2020 NFL season.
Good thing the Jets have Joe Flacco, though, am I right?
After all that (I know you know what I'm talking about), running back Le'Veon Bell didn't accomplish what he planned in his first year with the New York Jets. This year, Bell will be back and it's now or never to get things going, or it will probably be his last chance to do so with the team.
Head coach Adam Gase agrees:
Gase also referenced the hard work Bell put in over the offseason. Running backs have the shortest 'shelf life' of all positions, and there's not much time left for Bell if he doesn't live up to the expectation this season.
The New York Jets cut guard Brian Winters just yesterday (Sunday), and now he has a new team. The Buffalo Bills agreed to terms with Winters on Monday.
The Jets cut Winters presumably to save money against the cap, and while it's unclear what his new terms are as of right now, they should be cautious, as Winters has an injury history.
Bills right guard Jon Feliciano tore his pectoral muscle while working out last week.
Jadeveon Clowney has been a free agent since March, still hasn't signed anywhere, and it looks like we're going to find out where he will sign by process of elimination. The latest team to scrap Clowney plans -- the New York Jets.
After being traded from the Seattle Seahawks, safety Bradley Mcdougald said he'd love to see Clowney on his new team. However, that doesn't seem to be in the plans as of right now.
This year has been tough for all free agents, especially those coming off an injury, but it's getting down to the wire here for Clowney.
Perfect spot for him to land right now, in my opinion is the Tennessee Titans. Worry about Vic Beasley later, sign Clowney now.
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