Latest Injury Updates for New York Jets Players
Date: October 13, 2022
Location: Seattle, Washington, USA
The Seattle Seahawks cornerback D.J. Reed (2) made an interception against the Detroit Lions in a thrilling game at Lumen Field. Here’s the latest news on injuries for the New York Jets players:
October 13, 4:40 p.m.
The New York Jets have ruled out another defensive back for their Week 6 game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Cornerback DJ Reed (concussion) has been ruled out after failing to pass the concussion protocol. This is the second week in a row that Reed will be sidelined. Brandin Echols (hamstring) and Justin Hardee (hamstring) were ruled out earlier in the week. Head coach Robert Saleh had hoped Reed would be able to play, but unfortunately, he was unable to clear the necessary protocols. The Jets also have four players listed as questionable for Sunday’s game, including cornerback Sauce Gardner (illness) and wide receiver Xavier Gipson (ankle). FB Nick Bawden (calf) and DL Michael Clemons (ankle) are also listed as questionable.
October 13, 11:10 a.m.
For their Week 6 game against the Philadelphia Eagles, the New York Jets will be without two defensive backs. Brandin Echols (hamstring) and Justin Hardee (hamstring) have been ruled out, which is a blow to the special teams unit. As for cornerback DJ Reed (concussion), the team is uncertain about his status and will wait to see how he performs in Friday’s practice. Reed recently cleared the concussion protocol and returned to practice earlier this week.
October 11, 12:01 p.m.
Good news for Jets fans! Cornerback D.J. Reed has cleared the concussion protocol and will return to practice on Wednesday. Head coach Robert Saleh is pleased with Reed’s progress and is looking forward to seeing him back in action. Reed had missed the Jets’ Week 5 win over the Broncos while recovering from his concussion.
October 8, 8:00 p.m.
After the New York Jets’ 31-21 win over the Denver Broncos, head coach Robert Saleh expressed concern over offensive tackle Alijah Vera-Tucker’s calf injury. AVT, who suffered a season-ending injury last year, was ruled out after being injured in the second quarter. He will undergo an MRI to determine the extent of the injury. Saleh is hopeful for a positive outcome.
October 8, 3:10 p.m.
Defensive end Carl Lawson and wide receiver Mecole Hardman will not be playing in the New York Jets’ Week 5 game against the Denver Broncos. Lawson has only played in three games this season and recorded three tackles. Hardman has one catch for six yards in four games. Additionally, cornerback D.J. Reed is also inactive due to a concussion. The Jets listed four more players as inactive for Sunday’s game: RB Israel Abanikanda, WR Jason Brownlee, CB Brandon Echols, and LB Zaire Barnes.
October 6, 5:30 p.m.
New York Jets starting cornerback D.J. Reed will not be playing in their Week 5 game against the Denver Broncos. Head coach Robert Saleh announced that Reed has not passed the concussion protocol and will be sidelined. This is a big loss for the Jets, as Reed is a key player on the defense. However, Saleh is confident in the other defensive backs and believes they will step up to fill the void. The Jets also have several other players listed on the injury report, including Brandin Echols (hamstring) who will also be out for the game.
October 4, 11:46 a.m.
As the New York Jets begin preparations for their Week 5 game against the Denver Broncos, they will be without cornerback DJ Reed. Reed is currently in the concussion protocol and will not be participating in practice on Wednesday. However, head coach Robert Saleh is optimistic that Reed will be cleared to play by game day. Another cornerback, Brandin Echols, has already been ruled out for the game due to a hamstring injury.
October 2, 12:12 a.m.
The New York Jets suffered an injury to cornerback Brandin Echols during their 23-20 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. Head coach Robert Saleh confirmed that Echols injured his hamstring and did not return to the game. Echols’ status for future games is still uncertain.
October 1, 7:25 p.m.
Several players will be inactive for the New York Jets’ Week 4 game against the Kansas City Chiefs. Running back Israel Abanikanda, wide receiver Jason Brownlee, offensive lineman Wes Schweitzer (concussion), linebacker Zaire Barnes, defensive lineman Al Woods, and safety Tony Adams (hamstring) will not be playing.
September 29, 3:37 p.m.
Head coach Robert Saleh is hopeful that safety Tony Adams (hamstring) and offensive lineman Wes Schweitzer (concussion) will be back in action for the New York Jets’ Week 5 game against the Denver Broncos. Adams has been out since Week 2, and Saleh expects him to return soon. Schweitzer is still in concussion protocol but has shown progress. The Jets released their final injury report, officially ruling out Adams and Schweitzer for Week 4.
September 24, 5:30 p.m.
As left tackle Duane Brown has been placed on injured reserve, the New York Jets have made changes to their offensive line. Mekhi Becton has moved to left tackle, Laken Tomlinson is at left guard, Connor McGovern is the center, Joe Tippmann is the right guard, and Alijah Vera-Tucker is the right tackle.
September 23, 2:05 p.m.
Despite initial optimism, left tackle Duane Brown has been ruled out for the New York Jets’ game against the New England Patriots. Brown’s shoulder and hip injuries have led the team to place him on injured reserve, meaning he will miss at least the next four games. The Jets will turn to either Billy Turner or Max Mitchell to protect Zach Wilson’s blind side. Offensive lineman Wes Schweitzer (concussion) has also been ruled out.
September 22, 4:20 p.m.
According to the latest injury report, safety Tony Adams (hamstring) and offensive lineman Wes Schweitzer (concussion) will not be playing for the New York Jets in Week 3. Left tackle Duane Brown (shoulder/hip) is questionable and will be a game-time decision. Kicker Greg Zuerlein (right groin) is also questionable and his status is uncertain.
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