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Jets S Jamal Adams could miss rest of the season with ankle injury

The New York Jets have had a disappointing season in Adam Gase’s first year as head coach and it got even worse this past Sunday. After leaving Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals, Jamal Adams could miss the rest of the season with an ankle injury. “I’m not going to get out there until I’m […] The post Jets S Jamal Adams could miss rest of the season with ankle injury appeared first on ClutchPoints.


Jets QB Sam Darnold ‘not concerned’ about knee injury

New York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold has encountered quite the rocky season due to both the team’s lack of success and some injury trouble of his own. Aiding such a notion, Darnold was seen with a noticeable limp toward the end of Sunday afternoon’s loss on the road to the previously winless Cincinnati Bengals. While […] The post Jets QB Sam Darnold ‘not concerned’ about knee injury appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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Adams' injury latest to hit Jets' short-handed secondary

New York Jets star safety Jamal Adams sat out practice with a sprained ankle and appears likely to miss the team's game against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday


PFF Analysis: Andy Dalton's performance against Jets an improvement, not the answer at QB

PFF Lead Editor Austin Gayle says injuries on the offensive line and at wide receiver only amplify this glaring problem for the Cincinnati Bengals.        


Jets’ Jamal Adams considered ‘week-to-week’ with injury

Jamal Adams’ streak of 45 consecutive starts is in jeopardy. The New York Jets safety is considered “week-to-week” with an ankle injury, which he sustained in Sunday’s loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. According to Rich Cimini of ESPN, Jets coach Adam Gase would not say that Adams suffered a high-ankle sprain. Instead, he dubbed the […] The post Jets’ Jamal Adams considered ‘week-to-week’ with injury appeared first on ClutchPoints.


Jets’ Jamal Adams in tears after foot injury against Bengals

Losing can hurt. New York Jets safety Jamal Adams takes every single one of his losses personally and emotionally. However, Sunday’s loss to the Cincinnati Bengals was different — Adams was in tears after. Not because of the loss, but because of what happened during it. Though Adams played the entire game, he was seen […] The post Jets’ Jamal Adams in tears after foot injury against Bengals appeared first on ClutchPoints.


NY Jets Jamal Adams in walking boot after loss to Bengals

Jets safety Jamal Adams after his team's embarrassing loss to the previously winless Bengals. Adams suffered a foot injury in Cincinnati.        

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Giants place long-snapper Zak DeOssie on injured reserve

Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports Eli Manning only remaining link to championship years After days of speculation, the New York Giants on Saturday placed long-snapper Zak DeOssie on injured reserve with wrist and knee injuries. The move could end the NFL career of the 35-year-old 13-year veteran. DeOssie, sadly, is one game shy of joining Eli Manning (234), Michael Strahan (216), Howard Cross (207) and George Martin (201) as the only Giants to play in 200 games for the franchise. Coach Pat Shurmur said Friday that DeOssie was originally injured Week 10 vs. the New York Jets. “He was...

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Bengals vs. Jets injury report: Nick Vigil questionable; A.J. Green out

Joe Maiorana-USA TODAY Sports Darius Phillips comes back, while A.J. Green is still out. Darius Phillips (knee) has been activated from injured reserve to play against the Jets. A key piece on defense and special teams, the Bengals added Alex Redmond (elbow) to IR in a corresponding move. On offense, A.J. Green (ankle) is still out this week, along with tight ends Drew Sample (ankle) and Cethan Carter (concussion). This means the Bengals will be down to five wideouts and two tight ends this week. Nick Vigil (ankle) is questionable, though Zac Taylor is optimistic that he will play on...

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Bengals vs. Jets injury report: Nick Vigil misses second straight practice

Joe Maiorana-USA TODAY Sports With Nick Vigil likely out for this week, the Bengals could have just four linebackers at their disposal again. For this year’s Thanksgiving, the Bengals should be thankful for all the healthy ankles they have on their roster. A.J. Green (ankle) did not practice today and can be prematurely declared out for Sunday’s home game against the Jets. Along with Green, Drew Sample and Nick Vigil also missed today and yesterday’s practice sessions with injured ankles. Sample was not expected to return to the field after missing the last two weeks with his...

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Bengals News (11/28): Players giving back

Photo by Alex Davidson/ Bengals players are giving back this Thanksgiving. For The Record, Dalton Commands Respect Past And PresentIt took only the time between two mere full moons for Andy Dalton to regain some of the popularity he originally won during his first five seasons in the NFL he led the Bengals to the playoffs in each year. But even when Dalton got benched 30 days ago, one of his biggest fans sent a text letting him know he still was. Zac Taylor and Andy Dalton preview the Week 13 matchup as the Bengals host the New York Jets“It depends on how long the injury has been and...

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Wednesday Injury Report: Rodney Hudson misses practice with an ankle injury

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports While Hunter Renfrow was not expected to participate in Wednesday’s practice with a broken rib and punctured lung, Rodney Hudson joined him on the DNP list with an ankle injury. Hudson was noticeably not himself against the Jets, but apparently played through pain to log 100 percent of the offensive snaps. The Raiders may just be holding him out for precautionary reasons, but if he misses Sunday’s bout with the Chiefs, it would be a big blow to the interior. After missing the last two games, Lamarcus Joyner practiced in limited fashion. He’s doing his...

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Bengals vs. Jets injury report: A.J. Green, 7 others miss practice

Photo by David Hahn/Icon Sportswire via Green is looking doubtful for Sunday. The Cincinnati Bengals reported eight players that did not participate in the team’s practice Wednesday. Three of the players that were reported out were just resting so there’s nothing to worry about for Geno Atkins, Darqueze Dennard or Tyler Eifert, all of which have been pivotal for the Bengals. Jordan Evans was limited, and Brandon Wilson was a full participant. There’s no real surprises here. Rookie tight end Drew Sample will likely be out, as will Green and guard Alex Redmond, who...

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Stock watch: Stocks to avoid after Week 12

Paul Guenther This team was torched by the Jets offense in an embarrassing 34-3 loss and defense spent much of the day in a leaky zone defense. Sam Darnold was finding receivers open left and right, especially on crossing routes. Sure, the personnel is poor. The defense is young and they have had some injuries. But is Guenther putting his guys in the best position to make plays? I’ll leave that debate up to you. Raiders playoff hopes The playoff hopes took a major step back after the loss to the Jets. A win would have put the Raiders in the driver’s seat for the final wildcard spot...

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Gruden weighing Raiders’ receiving options in the wake of Renfrow’s rib injury

Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports Gruden discusses Hunter Renfrow’s injury, the Raiders devastating loss, the upcoming game against Kansas city, and more Coming off a brutal 34-3 road loss to the New York Jets on Sunday, Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden began looking ahead to next week’s game at Kansas City. Gruden was very concerned and noticeably down about the loss of rookie wide receiver Hunter Renfrow, though he would not provide a specific timetable. “He’ll be out for a while. Big loss for our team. I’m not going to get into the severity because I really don’t know....

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Derek Carr must attack the New York Jets secondary in Week 12

The New York Jets head into their Week 12 matchup with the Oakland Raiders with the NFL’s top-ranked run defense, so Derek Carr needs to attack through the air. In a season that has been plagued by injuries, trades, trade rumors, distrust and disappointment for the New York Jets there is one constant, their run […] Derek Carr must attack the New York Jets secondary in Week 12 - Just Blog Baby - Just Blog Baby - An Oakland Raiders Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Raiders-Jets inactives: Joyner and Sharpe OUT, Nevin Lawson to start at slot corner

Photo by Abbie Parr/ The Week 12 inactives are out and there are not many surprises for the Raiders. Lamarcus Joyner was listed as questionable and traveled with the team, but was a long shot to play as he continues to nurse the hamstring injury he suffered in Week 10. Nevin Lawson will be the man at slot corner this week. Newly signed linebacker Preston Brown is also inactive. He was never able to get up to full speed with the playbook. Expect to see him in action next week. There’s nothing of note for the Jets. Mosley has been out most of the year and is now considering season...


Jets LB C.J. Mosley holding out hope to play again this season

The New York Jets have already ruled out C.J. Mosley for Sunday’s game against the Oakland Raiders. Despite the growing doubts, Mosley is holding out hope that he will be able to play again this season. “I’m trying to do everything I can to avoid surgery and play,” Mosley said, via Rich Cimini of ESPN.com. “Worst-case […] The post Jets LB C.J. Mosley holding out hope to play again this season appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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Raiders, Jets Friday injury report: Lamarcus Joyner making the trip but QUESTIONABLE, David Sharpe OUT

Icon Sportswire via With the Friday injury report out, it looks as if Lamarcus Joyner is in danger of missing his second consecutive game. While meeting with the media for the final time before Sunday’s game, Jon Gruden said Joyner will make the trip, but is unsure if he will play. David Sharpe has been ruled out again this week with a calf injury, meaning Brandon Parker should be in line for the swing tackle role should he be needed. For the Jets, linebacker C.J. Mosley is out as he continues to deal with a groin injury. Three players are listed as doubtful, including safety Matthias...


Jets news: C.J. Mosley may have played his last game this season

The New York Jets have a tough match coming up against the Oakland Raiders, and they will need all the help they can get to pull off an improbable upset. Unfortunately, C.J. Mosley isn’t one of the men head coach Adam Gase can count on performing this Sunday. The groin injury Mosley sustained is reported […] The post Jets news: C.J. Mosley may have played his last game this season appeared first on ClutchPoints.


Bengals’ A.J. Green officially ruled out for Week 12

The Cincinnati Bengals are still looking for their first win of the 2019 NFL season as they get set to host the New York Jets. It seems they will be without wide receiver a.J Green once again. Green has sat out the entire year while recovering from an ankle injury. Head coach Zac Taylor says […] The post Bengals’ A.J. Green officially ruled out for Week 12 appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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Bengals vs. Steelers injury report: Billy Price practices but out of starting lineup

Photo by Gregory Fisher/Icon Sportswire via Billy Price is sort of back, and Darius Phillips was cleared to practice. Cornerback/kick returner Darius Phillips has been cleared to practice, even though he won’t be able to be activated until Week 12. While he mainly contributed to the return game before his injury, the secondary is wearing thin enough, and since Brandon Wilson is one of the league’s leading kick returners, he might get a shot at playing some cornerback against the Jets in a couple weeks. Two of the veterans taking rest days, Darqueze Dennard, and Tyler Eifert, were...

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Giants’ injury updates, 11/18: Evan Engram out of walking boot

Photo by Jim McIsaac/ Latest on Mike Remmers, players in concussion protocol The New York Giants are back to work after their bye week, preparing for a Week 12 trip to the Windy City to face the Chicago Bears. The Giants don’t have to release an injury report until Wednesday, but reports coming from practice on Monday indicated some encouraging news for several injured Giants players. Tight end Evan Engram, who missed the game against the New York Jets with a mid-foot sprain, is making progress. Engram told media he had a two- to four-week diagnosis. Evan Engram (foot) came out of...

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Kalil out, Bell questionable for Jets vs. Redskins

New York Jets center Ryan Kalil out vs. Redskins with knee injury, running back Le’Veon Bell questionable


Jets news: Quincy Enunwa blasts New York after being fined while on IR

New York Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa is the latest Jets player to blast the organization for the way they are dealing with an injury. Enunwa went down with a season-ending neck injury in Week 1 and was placed on IR and according to a series of tweets he was fined by the team $27,900, […] The post Jets news: Quincy Enunwa blasts New York after being fined while on IR appeared first on ClutchPoints.


Jets’ Le’Veon Bell limited in practice Thursday

New York Jets running back Le’Veon Bell took part in team practice on Thursday, but it was in a limited fashion, per Josh Alper of ProFootballTalk. Bell missed Wednesday’s practice with an illness. It has been a tough season for Bell, who has dealt with injuries to his ribs and knees. After missing all of […] The post Jets’ Le’Veon Bell limited in practice Thursday appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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How did Nick Gates do in his first start at right tackle for the Giants?

Photo by Rich Graessle/Icon Sportswire via Let’s turn to the film Through the first nine games of the 2019 NFL season, the New York Giants had the same five starters along the offensive line, but Week 10 was a different story. Both right tackle Mike Remmers and center Jon Halapio missed the cross-town duel against the New York Jets. The uncertainty with the situation was exacerbated by Nate Solder’s injury after 16 snaps on Sunday, which left the Giants with Eric Smith at left tackle, Spencer Pulley at center, and Nick Gates at right tackle. The latter was one of the few bright...

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Bengals vs. Raiders injury report: A.J. Green, Dre Kirkpatrick remain sidelined

Not great. It looks like A.J. Green won’t be making his debut this week. Green failed to practice Wednesday, as the receiver is day-to-day and now in rehab mode, per Geoff Hobson. That makes it sound like he’ll not only remain out this week vs. the Raiders, but he’s already looking doubtful to play in Week 12 vs. the Jets. It’s highly unlikely Green will play without practicing fully for three-straight days, which he obviously can’t do if he’s still rehabbing the surgically-repaired ankle, which began swelling last week after he suffered a setback. The other notable absentees...

The Steelers should sign Colin Kaepernick - Stephen A. | First Take

Stephen A. Smith suggests the Steelers should consider signing Colin Kaepernick after Ben Roethlisberger's season-ending elbow injury. Stephen A. also says he has been told that Kaepernick's agent has contacted Pittsburgh, along with the New York Jets and

Myles Garrett Gets a Sack on 1st Career Snap! | Can't-Miss Play | NFL Wk 5 Highlights

After missing the first four games of the season with an ankle injury, #1 overall pick in the NFL draft Myles Garrett gets a sack on his first career snap against the New York Jets during Week 5 of the 2017 NFL Season. Watch full games with NFL Game Pass

Todd Bowles and Bryce Petty talk Jets brutal 41-3 loss to Patriots

New York Jets head coach Todd Bowles discusses the four turnovers committed by Gang Green against the New England Patriots, and Bryce Petty talks about his shoulder injury after the Pats crushed the Jets, 41-3.