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Chris Ivory was forced to make an early exit from practice Wednesday after rolling his ankle, Rex Ryan said.
“It’s not severe or anything, but if you noticed that he never finished today, that was the reason,” the Jets coach said. “We’ll see how it is tomorrow, but we’ll probably hold him out tomorrow as well.”
Ivory isn’t the only Jets running back slowed by injury....Read more »
Chris Ivory isn’t worried right now about his carries. Instead, the Jets running back is focused on the ultimate goal: ensuring the Jets win games in 2014.
That’s why Ivory said he fully supports the signing of former 2,000-yard rusher Chris Johnson.
“I thought it was a good move,” Ivory said Thursday of the Jets acquiring the former Titan. “Anybody that can come in and help us...Read more »
For the second time in two weeks, Geno Smith is a Pepsi Next Rookie of the Week nominee.
The Jets quarterback – who received the honor after leading the Jets to a Week 5 win in Atlanta – again is in the running following his performance against the Patriots. Smith threw for 233 passing yards, rushed for 32 and had two touchdowns (one passing, one rushing) in the Jets' 30-27 overtime victory...Read more »
Barring a setback, it appears Stephen Hill (concussion) will face the Falcons.
The Jets receiver reportedly practiced Saturday without his red non-contact pinnie and is listed as probable for the Jets Monday Night Football game against the Falcons.
As expected, veteran receiver Santonio Holmes (hamstring) is out. So, too, are rookie cornerback Dee Milliner (hamstring) and rookie left...Read more »
For the second straight day, Stephen Hill was on the practice field. But this time, the Jets second-year wideout was wearing a red non-contact pinnie and shells.
It’s a step in the right direction for Hill, who suffered a concussion in the first quarter of Sunday’s game in Tennessee. With Santonio Holmes (hamstring) expected to be ruled out for Monday night’s game in Atlanta, the Jets and...Read more »
Stephen Hill was on the practice field Thursday, wearing a Jets baseball camp and shorts as he stretched alongside his teammates.
The rest of the team, however, was in full pads.
Hill, who suffered a concussion in last week’s loss to Tennessee, was not on the field for Monday's practice. But after today's warm-up period was over, he made his way to the rehab area. With an extra day to...Read more »
Jets coach Rex Ryan on Friday declared running back Chris Ivory and cornerback Dee Milliner out of Sunday's game at Tennessee because they have been unable to practice with hamstring injuries. Backup tackle Oday Aboushi (knee) joined them, but Ryan said everyone else on the roster with an injury is probable.
Outside linebacker Quinton Coples (ankle) and wide receiver Santonio Holmes (foot)...Read more »
The Jets have yet to disclose the severity of Chris Ivory and Dee Milliner's left hamstring injuries. Neither player practiced Thursday and it's uncertain whether they'll suit up for Sunday's road game in Tennessee.
As for the Titans, Jersey native Kenny Britt was limited in practice with neck and rib injuries. His status for Sunday, however, is "up in the air," according to beat...Read more »
Rex Ryan admitted this week that Bilal Powell often doesn’t get the credit he deserves.
But even the Jets weren’t sure about the state of their running game this past offseason. So new general manager John Idzik signed free agent Mike Goodson in March and traded away a fourth-round pick a month later to snag ex-Saint Chris Ivory during the draft.
But as the Jets (2-1) head into their...Read more »
Dee Milliner is a constant on the Jets injury report, but the rookie cornerback appeared on Wednesday’s list with a new injury.
Milliner – who also has dealt with calf and hip injuries this season – was limited in practice due to a hamstring injury suffered Wednesday.
Fellow rookie, defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson, did not practice due to a nagging shoulder injury, but he’s expected...Read more »