Muhammad Wilkerson Injury UpdateUp to the minute news and rumors on Muhammad Wilkerson's injury
One last look at the New York Jets' 37-27 win over the Oakland Raiders: This was an unusually quiet game for DE Muhammad Wilkerson, who was credited with only two tackles. He wasn't disruptive in the pass rush, appearing at times as if he were less than 100 percent. You can't help but wonder if his wrist injury is affecting his ability to shed blockers. Wilkerson showed up on the injury report two weeks ago, meaning he probably hurt it against the Baltimore Ravens -- his last impact performance.
SNY's Jeane Coakley sits down with Jets defensive tackle Muhammad Wilkerson to discuss his fellow defensive linemen and Gang Green's upcoming game vs. the Baltimore Ravens.
SNY's Ray Lucas and Brian Custer demonstrate what went wrong with Muhammad Wilkerson's missed saftey on Ben Roethlisberger during the New York Jets 19-6 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Bart Scott weighs in on Geno Smith, Muhammad Wilkerson and the 3-2 New York Jets on THAT OTHER PREGAME SHOW on CBS Sports Network.
Rex Ryan called it a clean hit. His counterpart, Mike Munchak, didn't think there was anything clean about it. The Tennessee Titans' coach lost his quarterback, Jake Locker, with a hip injury Sunday when he was slammed by New York Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson and linebacker Quinton Coples on the same play. He's expected to miss four to eight weeks, according to ESPN Insider Adam Schefter. "The first one, (Wilkerson) dropped his helmet into him and unloaded on him," Munchak told reporters Monday in Nashville.
Jake Locker’s injury on Sunday came about due to a pair of hits on one play. New York Jets defensive lineman Muhammad Wilkerson smashed his helmet into Locker’s upper torso after Locker had released a pass, and as Locker fell toward the turf, linebacker Quinton Coples leaned in and gave Locker another shot. Neither player […]
NASHVILLE -- Muhammad Wilkerson knocked Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker out of the game in the third quarter with a potentially serious hip injury, but the New York Jets' defensive end insisted it was a clean hit. He said one of the officials told him so. "If it was late, they would've thrown a flag," Wilkerson said after the Jets' 38-13 loss at LP Field. "They didn't throw a flag. The ref told me it was a clean hit. I took my one step and that was that.
Rex Ryan called Jake Locker's right hip injury unfortunate, but stood by Muhammad Wilkerson's hit on the Titans quarterback.
In the midst of a stellar game against the New York Jets, Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker had to be carted off the field on Sunday with what is being called a right hip injury. Ryan Fitzpatrick replaced Locker at quarterback. Locker’s injury occurred when he was hit by the Jets’ Muhammad Wilkerson after throwing a […]
The Jets appeared to have caught a break with one of their best players. Muhammad Wilkerson sprained his ankle late in Thursday night’s game against the Patriots, but said he expects to be ready to face the Bills on Sunday.
FLORHAM PARK, NJ -- DL Muhammad Wilkerson, WR Jeremy Kerley and LB Quinton Coples all returned to Jets practice Monday morning. Kerley, who had been diagnosed with a concussion the day after the Tampa Bay game, wore a red non-contact jersey. Wilkerson injured his right ankle in the fourth quarter against the Patriots, and coach Rex Ryan had said after the game he hoped it wasn’t a high ankle sprain. On Monday, Wilkerson participated in individual drills during the open portion of practice.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- One of the key members of the New York Jets defensive front, Muhammad Wilkerson, left the game on a cart after sustaining an ankle injury. Initially booed by the Gillette Stadium crowd for going down in the fourth quarter, Wilkerson was able to leave the stadium on his own power after the 13-10 loss to the Patriots on Thursday night. “[I] got carted off,” Wilkerson said. “Hopefully we see the X-rays and hopefully it’s good.