New York Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes is out, as expected, for the team’s game against the New England Patriots because of a hamstring injury.
New York Jets rookie cornerback Dee Milliner returned to practice on a limited basis for the first time since injuring a hamstring in practice three weeks ago.
The Jets are boosted ahead of Sunday’s matchup with the Steelers as cornerback Antonio Cromartie is active.
It will be the second straight game missed by Milliner, the No. 9 overall pick who was hurt during practice last week.
Cornerback Darrin Walls is starting in place of injured cornerback Dee Milliner for the Jets on Sunday against the Titans.
Running back Chris Ivory and rookie cornerback Dee Milliner will not play in the team’s game at Tennessee on Sunday because of injured hamstrings.
New York Jets running back Chris Ivory is questionable for Sunday which means that running back Bilal Powell will be carrying the load for Gang Green.
Jets rookie cornerback Dee Milliner injured a hamstring at practice and his status for the team’s game at Tennessee on Sunday was uncertain.
So why was this lopsided game not decided until the Bills’ final possession? Look no further than the Jets’ bizarre case of what-in-the-world-is-going-on mental hiccups.
If the defense holds up as well as it did against Tampa Bay, rookie QB Geno Smith might just get a chance to learn while winning, which is far better than learning while losing.
First-round draft pick Dee Milliner will be ready for the Jets’ season opener against Tampa Bay on Sunday.
My expectations for 2013 couldn’t be any lower. But there’s another way for fans to view this season as it unfolds besides absorbing the pain from each defeat.
The big question for New York heading into training camp was simple. Mark Sanchez or Geno Smith? With the regular season closing in, the Jets are still looking for the answer.
Getting back on the practice field this week has been a major leap forward for the New York Jets’ wide receiver — even if he’s trying not to get anyone’s hopes up.
Now what for the New York Jets? Well, they have less than two weeks to solve their big quarterback question before they face Tampa Bay on Sept. 8 in the regular-season opener.