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New York Jets injury report: Breshad Perriman out, Mekhi Becton questionable for Broncos

EAST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY - SEPTEMBER 20: Mekhi Becton #77 of the New York Jets looks on during warmups before the game against the San Francisco 49ers at MetLife Stadium on September 20, 2020 in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
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The New York Jets injury report features Breshad Perriman‘s “out” status, and Mekhi Becton and a host of others as questionable.

The New York Jets’ final injury report for Week 4 is out, which means a host of players are named (naturally).

Breshad Perriman (ankle) is already been ruled out, while Ashtyn Davis (groin) and Jordan Willis (ankle) are listed as doubtful. The biggest (literally) factors are listed as questionable.

Mekhi Becton, a man who exited the Jets’ 36-7 loss to the Indianapolis Colts in the second quarter last Sunday, is currently listed as questionable.

Becton injured his shoulder, an injury that had some in the organization concerned about his status moving forward. Once the MRI came back clean, Adam Gase and the coaching staff felt incredibly relieved considering how well the kid’s played this season.

His status for Thursday night’s game remains in question, as does Jamison Crowder‘s. The Jets hope to have their best receiver back for Denver, especially since nearly every wideout on the roster is banged up in some fashion.

Chris Hogan is also listed as questionable with a ribs and knee situation. Remember, Braxton Berrios entered Week 3’s game also banged up. Although he played (and scored a touchdown), New York dressed just four wide receivers (the same number of quarterbacks on the roster).

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Jordan Jenkins (shoulder) and John Franklin-Myers (knee) round out the questionable players.

The 0-3 Jets currently prepare for the 0-3 Denver Broncos who come to town for a Thursday night affair at MetLife Stadium. To say this isn’t a matchup made in competitive NFL heaven is the understatement of the year.

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