Calvin Pryor wore a red, no-contact jersey Thursday during positional drills after being cleared for physical activity by team doctors.
New York Jets rookie safety Calvin Pryor sat out practice while he recovers from a concussion, although coach Rex Ryan says the first-round pick is “making strides.”
Safety Calvin Pryor was diagnosed with a concussion Sunday, and tight end Jace Amaro was sidelined in the middle of practice at training camp after tweaking his right knee.
The New York Jets’ safety, the team’s first-round draft pick in May, was being evaluated for a concussion after injuring his head early during special teams drills Saturday.
You’ve heard it all before: Rex Ryan is fired up about his Jets. But on Thursday the head coach was really fired up.
New playmakers, fresh-faced rookies and a rejuvenated Rex Ryan. They all have the New York Jets feeling pretty optimistic heading into training camp, with their sights set on ending a three-year playoff drought.
It’s always football season. That’s why it’s not premature to contemplate the Jets and realize that 2014 has a chance to be much better and more exciting than last year.
Calvin Pryor delivers some huge hits. He might talk an even bigger game. But Geno Smith says the safety out of Louisville should be careful about running his mouth during practice.
Calvin Pryor might not know his place, but at least he realizes who the enemy is. Now, all the Jets have to do is get the rest of this football stuff down pat, and they might have a shot in 2014.
Yeah, Calvin Pryor will fit right in with this bunch. The Jets’ first round pick in last month’s draft served up a couple of priceless quotes on Friday.
The Jets had 12 picks in the 2014 draft. Incredibly, three weeks later, 11 of their selections are signed, including first round pick Calvin Pryor.
Calvin Pryor is ready to bring the pain, but also show everyone that he’s not just a big-hitter.
Fast. Fit. Tenacious. Jets general manager John Idzik says his incoming rookies were picked for talent above all else — that’s the way business is done nowadays in Florham Park.
Whether any of these guys pan out is for the future. For now, needs were met, expectations were raised. While history was made in St. Louis, the Giants and Jets found plenty of potential.
Calvin Pryor plans to keep delivering hard hits in the NFL. And the New York Jets’ first-round pick isn’t worried about getting flagged or fined for them.