Home | Articles | News | Breece Hall headlines NY Jets’ minicamp injury updates

Breece Hall headlines NY Jets’ minicamp injury updates

Breece Hall, NY Jets, Injury, Return, Update, Minicamp
Breece Hall, New York Jets, Getty Images

Speaking at Tuesday’s media availability, head coach Robert Saleh gave injury updates for the New York Jets

It’s the week of mandatory minicamp, which means more injury updates for the New York Jets have arrived.

Speaking to the media on Tuesday, head coach Robert Saleh said Breece Hall would not participate in practice. While the head coach said that the running back would be able to practice if it was a game week, he said that “there’s just no point” in pushing Hall now. Additionally, Saleh added that Hall’s absence would give rookies Braelon Allen and Isaiah Davis more opportunities.

Saleh also spoke about Morgan Moses and Alijah Vera-Tucker, saying that both offensive linemen are expected to be ready for the start of training camp. Regarding Mike Williams, Saleh said that he is on the “Breece Hall path” from last year, meaning that he will not be ready for the start of camp but is expected to be ready for the start of the season.

The updates for AVT, Moses, and Williams are not surprising in the slightest. They have been on a consistent path since the start of the offseason, and these updates only reinforce that.

For Hall, the news is more noteworthy than concerning. The Jets do not need to push their superstar running back, but it is worth noting that he has not participated in practices all offseason. As Saleh said, though, it will only allow players like Allen and Davis to make more of an impression.

Overall, there is nothing to be concerned with on the injury front for the Jets. It is still June, so these players have plenty of time to recover and be ready to roll for a critical 2024 season.

Want More Jet X?

Subscribe to become a Jet X Member to unlock every piece of Jets X-Factor content (film breakdowns, analytics, Sabo with the Jets, etc.), get audio versions of each article, receive the ability to comment within our community, and experience an ad-free platform experience.

Download the free Jet X Mobile App to get customizable notifications directly to your iOS (App Store) or Android (Google Play) device.

Sign up for Jet X Daily, our daily newsletter that's delivered to your inbox every morning at 8:00 a.m. ET.

Add Jets X-Factor to your Google News feed and/or find us on Apple News to stay updated with the New York Jets.

Follow us on X (Formerly Twitter) @jetsxfactor for all the latest New York Jets news, Facebook for even more, Instagram for some of the top NY Jets images, and YouTube for original Jets X-Factor videos.

Related Articles

About the Author

More From Author


4 1 vote
Article Rating
Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments