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New York Jets Injuries: Weekly Injury Report, Injured Reserve

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NY Jets Weekly Injury Report

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PositionInjuryPractice Status
Week 3 Status
Tony AdamsSHamstringDNPTBD
Duane BrownOTShoulder, HipDNPTBD
John Franklin-MyersDLHipLPTBD
Greg ZuerleinKGroinLPTBD
Mekhi BectonOTKneeLPTBD
Michael Carter IICBElbowLPTBD
Breece HallRBKneeLPTBD
Quincy WilliamsLBKneeLPTBD

Any way it’s sliced, the New York Jets injuries are a legitimate concern, and they should be a concern until the organization proves it can go through an NFL season without experiencing a plethora of injuries.

Take last year for example. Although the Jets got off to a hot 5-2 start, everything fell apart once studs Alijah Vera-Tucker and Breece Hall hit the shelf in Denver against the Broncos. Having to play four quarterbacks also didn’t help matters.

General manager Joe Douglas implemented an injury-prevention program that has yet to seemingly find its legs, but the Jets hope 2023 is the season that sees everything fall into place. MetLife Stadium is getting new turf, which should certainly help things.

Aaron Rodgers ruptures Achilles, done for the season

Incredibly, in spite of the New York Jets staying healthy all summer, quarterback Aaron Rodgers went down after just four snaps against the Buffalo Bills.

Everybody’s worst fears were realized when the MRI came back showing a ruptured Achilles.

Jets Head Into 2023 Incredibly Healthy

Other than the Chuck Clark injury early in the offseason, the Jets escaped the offseason relatively injury-free.

Guys like Clark, Bradlee Anae, Kenny Yeboah, and Jarrick Bernard-Converse start the year inactive, but none of the big names head into the season on IR.

Perhaps the big (and only) shocker occurred when wide receiver Corey Davis suddenly announced his retirement in August.

Safety Chuck Clark lost for the season

Unfortunately, acquiring safety Chuck Clark from the Baltimore Ravens now means nothing. Clark’s season-ending knee injury paved the way for New York to sign free agent Adrian Amos.

New York Jets injuries seem fictional at this point as the organization simply cannot seem to get out of their own way in this nagging department.

Under Adam Gase, it seemed no New York Jets player could stay healthy. Mekhi Becton missed entire games while also having to leave games early, and Sam Darnold never played a full season.

The Jets quarterback even contracted mono. It’s the stuff that simply cannot be made up.

Joe Douglas knew he had to do something entering the 2021 NFL season. One major change of note coincides with Dr. Brad Deweese’s hiring. The Jets hired Deweese to head their new Athletic Care and Performance Department, with an eye on preventing future injuries.

Although it sounded exciting in the offseason, the early returns have been unimaginable.

Carl Lawson and Vinny Curry went down for the season in August (during a trip to Green Bay), others such as Ashtyn Davis and Cameron Clark can’t seem to get back on the field, Mekhi Becton experienced an unlucky roll-up in Carolina (Week 1), and Marcus Maye will miss about a month with an ankle injury.

Sure, many of these injuries have very little to do with Deweese and the organization’s actual injury-prevention performance—i.e. Curry’s preexisting concerns and Becton’s unlucky situation—but the early part of the 2021 season hasn’t been kind to the franchise.

It’s a familiar story the New York Jets and their fans have had to endure for quite some time. Hopefully, the newly established culture and the organizational process starts making headway on the injury front.

NY Jets Reserve Players

PlayerPositionInjuryStatusInjury Length
Bradlee AnaeEDGEUndisclosedIRSeason
Jarrick Bernard-ConverseDBFootPUPTBD
Chuck ClarkSKneeIRSeason
Corey DavisWRPersonalReserve/RetiredTBD
Ifeadi OdenigboLBUndisclosedIRTBD
Aaron RodgersQBAchillesIRSeason
Carter WarrenOTUndisclosedIRTBD
Kenny YeboahTEHamstringIRTBD

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