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Jamison Crowder and Ashtyn Davis set to return for New York Jets

The New York Jets received some good news on the injury front this Friday.

Wide receiver Jamison Crowder is set to make his season debut on Sunday against the Tennessee Titans, according to head coach Robert Saleh, who said Crowder’s chances are “looking good.”

Safety Ashtyn Davis is also set to return in his first week after coming off of injured reserve. Davis spent the year recovering from foot surgery that ended his 2020 rookie season.

The Jets have a hole at safety after losing Marcus Maye for the next 3-to-4 weeks with an ankle injury, but Davis is not expected to be rushed into action. Saleh says Davis will get playing time, although he cannot play a full game yet due to the extended amount of time he has been off the field.

Adrian Colbert and Jarrod Wilson will likely hold down the two starting safety spots. Colbert has started the past two games in place of Lamarcus Joyner while Wilson received 21 snaps as the team’s third safety in Denver.

Safety Sharrod Neasman, who returned to practice alongside Davis this week, is also expected to be active.

Elijah Moore, Jeff Smith out for Jets-Titans

Saleh ruled out wide receivers Elijah Moore and Jeff Smith, who are each dealing with a concussion.

Moore left the team’s Week 3 game against Denver after taking a hit to the head. Smith was involved in a minor car accident this week and is said to be doing fine.

Saleh says he expects Marcus Maye to return following the team’s Week 6 bye week.

In addition to Crowder, the Jets will also be getting another reinforcement at wide receiver in the form of Denzel Mims, who Saleh says will be active after two straight weeks as a healthy inactive.

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