Jets Suffer Multiple Injuries Against Panthers
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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — New York Jets tight ends Dustin Keller and Josh Baker and linebacker David Harris have all left the preseason game against the Carolina Panthers with apparent injuries.
Keller appeared to hurt his hamstring after a 24-yard catch on the Jets’ first offensive play Sunday night. He was ruled out for the rest of the game, but was back on the sideline in pads early in the second quarter. Harris injured an ankle and was also ruled out.
Baker appeared to sustain the most serious injury in the second quarter when he was hit on the right knee while trying to catch a pass from Mark Sanchez in the end zone. Baker stayed down for several minutes, was helped to the sideline and then carted to the locker room.
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