Jets fans were none too happy with the production by backup center Colin Baxter while All-Pro Nick Mangold was out with a high ankle sprain. It seems neither were the Jets.
New York Jets center Nick Mangold is questionable for the team’s game at New England, but will likely start after missing the last two games with a high right ankle sprain.
Nick Mangold expects to return to his spot in the middle of the Jets’ offensive line this weekend. That’s great news for Jets fans — and not so good for the Patriots.
I’m not usually one to press the panic button after four games, but we have reached the quarter pole of the season and its clear that we don’t know what the Jets identity is just yet.
When the Jets fly off to Oakland for Sunday’s game against the Raiders, Nick Mangold will have his injured ankle planted firmly on the ground — at home.
Under normal circumstances, I would pick the Jets to win this game 31-10. But with the offense without Mangold and the likelihood of Sanchez being pressured into some mistakes, I the game will be a lot closer Jets fans would hope for.
Nick Mangold might have to sit this one out. An MRI exam Monday revealed that the Jets’ All-Pro center has a high ankle sprain that could sideline him for at least this Sunday’s game against the Raiders.
An MRI on the right leg of Jets All-Pro center Nick Mangold shows a high-ankle sprain, Jenny Vrentas of the Newark-Star Ledger reported on Monday.
Under normal conditions, the Jets would be sky high after their 32-3 win over the Jaguars, but they are holding their collective breaths and crossing their fingers about the status of Pro Bowl center Nick Mangold.
The Jets have waived linebacker Aaron Maybin, a day after the former Buffalo bust made New York’s initial 53-player roster, and claimed backup quarterback Kevin O’Connell off waivers from Miami.