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    Getty New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson is set to return in Week 4. By now, you’ve probably heard the news that New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson is returning to start the Week 4 matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Head coach Robert Saleh announced the positive development on September 28 as the doctors cleared Wilson for live football action. That means the end of Joe Flacco’s run as the starting signal-caller for now and Mike White’s likely deactivation on Sunday. The natural domino effect of a massive homecoming for Gang Green and its fans. After recent comments from Bart Scott and others that the Jets shouldn’t throw Wilson back into the fire behind an injury-ridden offensive line, the next question is whether or not the knee is fully healed and the former first-round talent had a confident response on that front.Jets QB Zach Wilson Voices Knee Is ‘Full Go’ in Week 4 Play Jets QB Zach Wilson: ‘I’m 100 percent, I’m ready to go’ | Jets News Conference | SNYAfter being announced as the starter for this...
    Zach Wilson participated in practice on Monday and it remains possible that the New York Jets quarterback could return from a knee injury in time to start the franchise's season opener.  Coach Robert Saleh told reporters that Wilson did some throwing while testing out his right knee, which was injured in the preseason opener at Philadelphia on August 12.  Wilson suffered a bone bruise and torn meniscus, which required for him to receive arthroscopic surgery, done in Los Angeles, on August 16.  'Looked good, felt good,' Saleh said of Wilson's return to training. Saleh added the Jets will evaluate Wilson, 23, over the next two days and make a decision Wednesday on whether he or Joe Flacco, 37, will be under center Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens — leaving the door open for Wilson potentially returning less than a month after surgery. Zach Wilson returned to practice with the Jets on Monday for the first time since August The 23-year-old is in contention to start Sunday's NFL opener against the Baltimore Ravens 'Yeah, it's possible,' Saleh said of the 23-year-old's chances to...
    After an ugly rookie season, the preseason was the time for Zach Wilson to display how much he’s improved. But following a meniscus and bone bruise injury suffered in the first quarter of the first preseason game against the Philadelphia Eagles, Wilson didn’t get his chance. Before the injury, Wilson was shaky against the Eagles starters as he threw an interception after staring his receiver down before slinging it. Despite the results, head coach Robert Saleh isn’t concerned about Wilson’s development. “Before the injury, he was way ahead of where he was a year ago,” Saleh said. “I know that first preseason game people put a lot of stock in those series which is warranted. But that first preseason game isn’t even close to what he’s been showing in OTAs and training camp. “The way he communicates even now. Really excited about him getting a chance to get back to the football field to show how far along he has come. As far as the development and the course he’s on, we’re excited about it and we’re excited about his...
    While his teammates were practicing on the opposite coast Tuesday, Zach Wilson underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee in Los Angeles. The surgery was done by Dr. Neal ElAttrache, who, according to a source, considered it a success as there were no surprises from the original diagnosis. The Jets’ second-year quarterback suffered a non-contact injury Friday during the first quarter of the Jets’ preseason opener against the Philadelphia Eagles as he scrambled away from a defender trying to extend the play. The original diagnosis suggested Wilson could be out two to four weeks as the meniscus only needed a “trim.” Wilson is also dealing with a bone bruise in the same knee. It’s possible Wilson could play Week 1 against the Baltimore Ravens on Sept. 11, but the team won’t rush him back before he is 100% ready. Wilson is also dealing with a bone bruise in the same knee. So there’s a chance Joe Flacco could start the season opener because Wilson will need practice time and rest before returning to game action. The Jets had no immediate...
    While his teammates were practicing on the opposite coast Tuesday, Zach Wilson underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee in Los Angeles. The surgery was done by Dr. Neal ElAttrache, who, according to a source, considered it a success as there were no surprises from the original diagnosis. The Jets’ second-year quarterback suffered a non-contact injury Friday during the first quarter of the Jets’ preseason opener against the Philadelphia Eagles as he scrambled away from a defender trying to extend the play. The original diagnosis suggested Wilson could be out two to four weeks as the meniscus only needed a “trim.” Wilson is also dealing with a bone bruise in the same knee. It’s possible Wilson could play Week 1 against the Baltimore Ravens on Sept. 11, but the team won’t rush him back before he is 100% ready. Wilson is also dealing with a bone bruise in the same knee. So there’s a chance Joe Flacco could start the season opener because Wilson will need practice time and rest before returning to game action. The Jets had no immediate...
    The New York Jets open the 2022 NFL regular season against the Baltimore Ravens, and they’ll likely be doing it without quarterback Zach Wilson. It’s a setback, but it could have been far worse. This is likely what both the New York Jets and their fans are saying in the wake of quarterback Zach Wilson’s knee surgery on Tuesday morning, which revealed a meniscus that was shaved down, but  nothing worse. The result is Wilson could be back for Week 1 when Gang Green takes on the Baltimore Ravens at MetLife Stadium, but it’s more likely he’ll be back in the ensuing week or so. With Zach Wilson’s knee surgery today now considered a success and with the team not willing to bring him back until he’s fully ready, Jets’ QB Joe Flacco is in line to start the regular-season opener vs. his former Ravens team. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 16, 2022 For Wilson, this news is best-case scenario. On Friday night against the Philadelphia Eagles in New York’s preseason opener, Wilson scrambled to his right and juked...
    Getty New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson throwing a pass during the preseason. On the second drive of the opening preseason game, New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson went down with a non-contact knee injury. For several hours most assumed, his season was over. However, we later found out that there was a really good chance he’d only miss a handful of weeks instead. The former BYU passer flew out to California to undergo knee surgery on Tuesday, August 16. The results of that surgery could either confirm the multi-week return timeline or reveal that he is actually out for the season. Rich Cimini of ESPN shared that the arthroscopic knee surgery was “deemed a success.” BREAKING: Zach Wilson's arthroscopic knee surgery was deemed a success, source tells ESPN. There were no surprises from the original diagnosis. They won't put him on the field until he's 100%, but good news for the Jets . #Jets — Rich Cimini (@RichCimini) August 16, 2022 ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here!...
    Zach Wilson traveled to Los Angeles and will undergo surgery on his knee Tuesday, according to Jets coach Robert Saleh, who is withholding declarations of a quick recovery. “They’ll know more when they get in there,” Saleh said. “We’re optimistic but we’re not out of the woods until they get in there and make the decision.” The optimistic recovery timeline is 2-to-4 weeks after Wilson tore his meniscus in Friday’s preseason opener against the Eagles, the result of a hard cut on his right leg during a scramble. Although the Jets avoided a worse-case scenario of an ACL tear, the fact that their franchise quarterback is going under the knife is discouraging. Wilson also missed games last season because of a right knee injury. Regardless of Wilson’s status for the regular season opener against the Ravens on Sept. 11, the 23-year-old is sure to miss the remainder of training camp and preseason, including against the Giants on Aug. 28. “It’s a setback in that he’s missing an unbelievable opportunity to get these reps in, to play against other defenses, especially...
    Zach Wilson did not suffer a season-ending knee injury in the New York Jets’ preseason game. While he will be sidelined for the time being, New York Jets fans have to be ecstatic over the great news surrounding Zach Wilson’s injury knee. The second-year pro and former No. 2 overall pick out of BYU had to leave the Jets’ first preseason game vs. the Philadelphia Eagles prematurely after tweaking his knee on a scramble to the right. There was some belief that he may have torn his ACL in the process. While there have been major advances in modern medicine, it still means season over for any, and all, professional athletes. Fortunately, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Saturday morning that Wilson only suffered a bone bruise and a meniscus tear in his knee. Jets’ QB Zach Wilson has a bone bruise and a meniscus tear and is expected to miss 2-4 weeks, as @BrianCoz also reported. Wilson will undergo arthroscopic surgery to address and correct the injury. Jets consider it fortunate news. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 13, 2022 He will...
    There was another preseason game, August, when the Jets quarterback tried to make a play and ended up on the ground with a bad knee. The quarterback was Joe Namath. He threw an interception to Mike Lucci of the Lions and the play he tried to make — not with the ball, but on the ball — was on a Detroit Lions linebacker named Mike Lucci. Namath wasn’t lost for the season after the resulting surgery on his left knee. But that Jets season was lost in that moment. And even though not everything has been bad for the Jets since that August game 51 years ago, a lot has been bad. Things were never the same for Namath in New York and the Jets have been looking for the next Namath ever since, and are now hopeful that they might have found one in Zach Wilson. Who tried to make a play on Friday night against the Eagles in the Jets’ first preseason game for this season. With the ball. Not on the ball. Wilson’s the Jets’ hot kid,...
    If it wasn’t for bad luck the Jets would have no luck whatsoever. Their preseason started Friday about as poorly as you can imagine, with quarterback Zach Wilson limping off the field because of a knee injury in the first quarter of a 24-21 victory over the Eagles. The injury was noncontact on Wilson’s seven-yard scramble in the open field, adding to fears about the potential severity. The QB was quick to motion to the sideline for assistance, then fell to the ground and was examined by trainers. He limped to the locker room and was listed as questionable to return with a right knee injury. Coach Robert Saleh declined to reveal whether Wilson’s knee was stable in preliminary tests and said an MRI is pending. “He’s in good spirits,” Saleh said. “He’s as good as he can be in this situation.” Wilson didn’t talk to the media. The scene followed an ugly first series for Wilson, who threw an interception on his third pass by telegraphing the target. The former second overall pick finished with three completions on five...
    The Jets preseason started about as poorly as you can imagine. Now they wait to see the consequences. Quarterback Zach Wilson limped off the field with a knee injury in the first quarter of Friday’s preseason contest against the Eagles, coming up lame after a scramble on his second series. The injury was noncontact following Wilson’s juke move in the open field, adding to the fears about the potential severity. Wilson was quick to motion to the sideline and held an extended conversation with the medical staff on the field. He then left for the locker room and was listed as doubtful to return with a right knee injury. The scene followed an ugly first series for Wilson, who threw an interception on his third pass by telegraphing his target. Wilson, the second overall pick in 2021, finished with three completions on five attempts for 23 yards and the interception. Wilson was only scheduled to play two series, at most, and seemed to get more comfortable before the injury. The 23-year-old completed his final two passes, including a nine-yard slant...
    With Mekhi Becton’s season-ending injury and the uncertainty on the offensive line as the backdrop, the Jets made the expected move and signed the veteran lineman Duane Brown, a source confirmed Thursday. Brown is now the frontrunner to start at right tackle this season, although coach Robert Saleh labeled it an “open” battle Wednesday with Conor McDermott, Chuma Edoga and Max Mitchell also in the mix. But Brown, who reportedly signed a two-year deal with the Jets, brings the highest pedigree and most experience to the position by far as a five-time Pro Bowl selection. Less than a month shy of 37 years old, he’s also a stopgap solution on a rebuilding squad. “The most important thing, no offense to anybody on our team, is to protect the quarterback,” Saleh said. “So the person who is best prepared to protect the quarterback will be out there.” The Jets and Brown had mutual interest even before Becton’s fractured his kneecap. The sides met over the weekend, and Saleh has a history with the Virginia Tech product as both got their NFL...
    ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) — Washington Capitals right winger Tom Wilson is expected to miss six to eight months after undergoing surgery to reconstruct the torn ACL in his left knee. The team announced Wednesday that Wilson had a successful ACL replacement procedure a day earlier — four weeks after injuring the knee while trying to avoid a hit in Washington’s playoff opener. The long rehabilitation time frame means Wilson is on track to miss at least the first month of the season, if not more. “My summer sucks now,” Wilson said March 15 when the Capitals conducted exit interviews following their loss to Florida in the first round. “It’s going to be a grind for me. I’ve got to start my recovery.” Wilson at the time hinted at surgery being necessary, and general manager Brian MacLellan said there was no realistic chance of the 28-year-old returning to the lineup during the Panthers series. With questions about veteran center Nicklas Backstrom’s future because of a nagging hip injury, losing Wilson for potentially 20-plus games is a blow to the organization that...
    GETTY Deebo Samuel #19 of the San Francisco 49ers warms up before the game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium on December 12, 2021. The San Francisco 49ers are headed back to the NFC Championship, but the status of wide receiver Deebo Samuel and others is uncertain. There will be more clarity as the week goes on, but the first official updates since Saturday’s 13-10 win over the Green Bay Packers have now arrived through head coach Kyle Shanahan’s Monday press conference. Unfortunately, there are more than a couple of 49ers that are battling injuries this week. In terms of Deebo, the third-year receiver’s knee was hit by a helmet towards the end of the game and is now recovering, but it doesn’t sound overly serious. WR Deebo Samuel took a helmet to the knee and is sore today, coach Kyle Shanahan said. He expects him to be at practice on Wednesday. — Matt Maiocco (@MaioccoNBCS) January 24, 2022 That’s great news, as Deebo seemed to be in pain late in the game. Most notably, Samuel...
    GETTY PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA - SEPTEMBER 19: Elijah Mitchell #25 of the San Francisco 49ers receives the ball from Jimmy Garoppolo #10 against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field on September 19, 2021 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Tim Nwachukwu/Getty Images) There was hope one offensive starter could make it back in time for Thursday night’s clash, but the San Francisco 49ers will be without the young playmaker. When the Tennessee Titans welcome the Niners to Nashville tomorrow night, the visitors will be without running back Elijah Mitchell. The rising star has been a key component, but is missing another game amid his recovery from a knee injury. 49ers ruled out RB Elijah Mitchell (knee) for Thursday night’s game in Tennessee. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 22, 2021 The rookie has made a name for himself since coming to Santa Clara, but he’s currently on hold. Head coach Kyle Shanahan was holding out hope, as we’ve previously covered, but it was not to be. Mitchell took his chance early in the season against the Detroit Lions, running for...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Zach Wilson will return as the New York Jets’ starting quarterback Sunday against the Texans in Houston, according to a person with direct knowledge of the decision. The No. 2 overall pick in April missed the past four games with a sprained posterior collateral ligament in his right knee. Wilson’s return comes just in time, too: Backup quarterbacks Mike White and Joe Flacco were both placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list. That leaves just Wilson and Josh Johnson, who’s on the practice squad, at the quarterback position. Coach Robert Saleh said Monday the Jets would evaluate Wilson’s knee before making a decision by Wednesday morning on whether the rookie quarterback would be able to play. The knee checked out and Wilson will be back, the person told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the team hadn’t announced the decision. The Athletic first reported Wilson will start for the first time since being injured on Oct. 24. The Athletic also reported the Jets’ decision to start Wilson came before the situation with White and Flacco...
    Zach Wilson has inched closer to returning after missing four weeks with a sprained PCL. Wilson went through his second week of practice with another pregame warmup on Sunday. Robert Saleh felt good about the No. 2 overall pick’s progress and will make a decision on his return this week. “Zack had a really good workout yesterday,” Saleh said Monday. “He’s being evaluated today. We’ll get him through another one tomorrow and be able to evaluate him from there. And then we’ll be able to make a decision Wednesday morning.” The Jets have played with three different quarterbacks in Wilson’s absence, with each signal caller flashing moments of competency. Mike White threw for 405 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions against the Bengals in an upset win Week 8. White played well enough that Saleh left the door open that he could continue starting even if Wilson was healthy. Then he struggled immensely against the Bills in Week 10, tossing four interceptions in a blowout loss. Josh Johnson threw for 317 yards with three...
    NEW YORK (AP) — New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson is expected to return to practice this week and could start again as soon as Sunday against Buffalo. Coach Robert Saleh said Monday that Wilson would be the team’s starting quarterback when he was fully healthy, ending speculation whether the rookie might have to sit behind backup Mike White even when his knee healed. Wilson has missed two games with a sprained posterior collateral ligament in his right knee. Saleh said the team will decide by Wednesday who will start the home game against the Bills so the starter can get all of the snaps with the first-team offense during preparations. The coach cautioned that Wilson will not play unless his knee is completely healed. That means there’s still a good chance White could start a third straight game. In White’s first NFL start against Cincinnati on Oct. 31, threw for 405 yards and three touchdowns in New York’s 34-31 victory. He was selected the AFC offensive player of the week and his jersey and game ball were sent...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Zach Wilson got to immediately experience life in the NFL: big plays mixed with bad mistakes and some frustrating losses. A knee injury then forced the New York Jets rookie quarterback to sit a few games — and watch how things might be for him when he returns. “It’s just a matter of absorbing that information and being confident because the good thing with Zach is that we don’t have to teach him how to do the spectacular,” coach Robert Saleh said. “He just has to learn how to do the boring stuff and understand that the boring can be explosive, and can be spectacular, too.” When everyone last saw Wilson on the field, the Jets’ offense was a mess. It was stuck in neutral and often rolling backward. In the two games since, Mike LaFleur’s offense has taken off. First, it was Mike White tossing short passes all over the field to finish with 405 yards and three touchdowns in a victory over Cincinnati in his first NFL start. The performance made him a...
    SANTA CLARA (AP) — The San Francisco 49ers got star tight end George Kittle and two other key players back on the practice field after stints on injured reserve as they try to get healthier for the second half of the season. The 49ers opened the practice windows on Wednesday for Kittle, running back Jeff Wilson Jr. and kicker Robbie Gould. Kittle and Gould are expected to play Sunday against Arizona, while Wilson may take an additional week to get back in games after injuring his knee in May. READ MORE: Longtime Alameda County Supervisor Wilma Chan Hit, Killed By Motorist During Morning WalkKittle is a major part of the offense for the Niners (3-4) when he is healthy as one of the better run-blocking tight ends and a dangerous receiving threat to take attention away from Deebo Samuel. Kittle initially hurt his calf in a game against Green Bay on Sept. 26 and still played the following week against Seattle. But the injury was too tough to play through and Kittle went on injured reserve and missed the past...
    SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — The San Francisco 49ers got star tight end George Kittle and two other key players back on the practice field after stints on injured reserve as they try to get healthier for the second half of the season. The 49ers opened the practice windows on Wednesday for Kittle, running back Jeff Wilson Jr. and kicker Robbie Gould. Kittle and Gould are expected to play Sunday against Arizona, while Wilson may take an additional week to get back in games after injuring his knee in May. Kittle is a major part of the offense for the Niners (3-4) when he is healthy as one of the better run-blocking tight ends and a dangerous receiving threat to take attention away from Deebo Samuel. Kittle initially hurt his calf in a game against Green Bay on Sept. 26 and still played the following week against Seattle. But the injury was too tough to play through and Kittle went on injured reserve and missed the past three games. That left a big hole in San Francisco’s offense that could...
    MIAMI AT BUFFALO Dolphins: LB Jerome Baker (knee); CB Trill Williams; WR Preston Williams; S Sheldrick Redwine; OT Greg Little; TE Hunter Long; DT John Jenkins. Bills: TE Dawson Knox (broken right hand); Justin Zimmer (foot); OL Spencer Brown (back); RB Matt Breida; DL Efe Obada; DE Boogie Basham. LOS ANGELES RAMS AT HOUSTON Rams: LT Andrew Whitworth (knee); WR DeSean Jackson; DT Sebastian Joseph-Day (pectoral muscle); QB Bryce Perkins; OLB Chris Garrett; TE Brycen Hopkins; OL Tremayne Anchrum. Texans: QB Deshaun Watson; DB Cre’Von LeBlanc; DB Desmond King II; DB Jimmy Moreland; WR Davion Davis; DL Jaleel Johnson (back); TE Pharaoh Brown (thigh). PITTSBURGH AT CLEVELAND Steelers: OT Zach Banner (knee); TE Eric Ebron (hamstring); QB Dwayne Haskins; LB Melvin Ingram III (groin); CB Ahkello Witherspoon; LB Buddy Johnson. Browns: WR Donovan Peoples-Jones (groin); CB Denzel Ward (hamstring); CB A.J. Green (groin); S Richard LeCounte III (discipline); DE Takk McKinley (groin); G Hjalte Froholdt; DT Tommy Togiai. PHILADELPHIA AT DETROIT Eagles: CB Zech McPhearson (hamstring); S Anthony Harris (hands, groin); QB Reid Sinnett; CB Mac McCain; LB...
    Getty New York Jets rookie quarterback Zach Wilson taking in the game on the sideline. New York Jets rookie quarterback Zach Wilson folded like a used lawn chair in the second quarter this past weekend vs the New England Patriots. He strained his PCL and the timeline that was provided for his recovery was two to four weeks. After learning the extent of the injury, the Jets went out and traded for veteran Joe Flacco to add him to the quarterback room that already included Mike White and Josh Johnson. Hopefully, they like their new look QB room because according to one expert they’ll be stuck with it for a little longer than they originally thought. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! Injury Update Incoming Play VideoVideo related to nfl medical expert shares worsening outlook on jets’ zach wilson2021-10-28T08:00:56-04:00 Wilson was injured on Sunday and got an MRI on Monday morning to get a full understanding of the damage. The good news...
    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The Patriots kicked the Jets’ teeth in. Gang Green lost their second meeting of the season to New England, 54-13, this time at Gillette Stadium. It was also the 12th straight time they lost to the Patriots. It was humiliating for the Jets and Robert Saleh said as much after the game. “You give up 50 points, it’s embarrassing. I don’t think I’ve had this feeling after a game since 2017 against Dallas,” Saleh said, referring to when he was still with the 49ers. “A helpless feeling where you’re just watching, you’re trying to figure something out. I’ll be honest. We talk about adversity. Everyone was asking. You can chalk this one up, it’s here. This is from coaches all the way down. The NFL doesn’t really give a flying f—.” This was also the first time that the Jets allowed at least 54 points since Sept. 9, 1979, when the Patriots also beat them 56-3. And in the process of the Jets’ butt kicking, Zach Wilson had to make an early exit after injuring his right...
    The New York Jets’ already disappointing season took a more ominous turn when rookie quarterback Zach Wilson suffered a knee injury in the second quarter of a 54-13 loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday. Wilson said he felt a “pop” and a “twist” in his knee when Patriots linebacker Matt Judon fell on the back of his legs early in the second quarter. The second overall draft pick eventually walked off the field after spending several minutes being examined on the turf. Wilson said the initial diagnosis was an injury to his posterior cruciate ligament, and he was to have an MRI on Monday. “Initially you feel good. But you never know,” Jets coach Robert Saleh said. Also for the Jets, linebacker Jamien Sherwood was evaluated for a concussion, came back into the game, then left with a calf injury. Another linebacker, Quincy Williams, did not return after he was checked for a possible concussion. Veteran Patriots safety Devin McCourty left with an abdominal injury. The Patriots also lost defensive lineman Carl Davis (wrist), tight end Jonnu Smith...
    Getty New York Jets rookie quarterback Zach Wilson rolling outside the pocket in the middle of an NFL game. Every New York Jets fan collectively held their breath as the future of the franchise was clutching at his leg in the second quarter of the Week 7 matchup vs the New England Patriots. Zach Wilson was hit by Matthew Judon of the New England Patriots after throwing a pass deep down the field. Initially, he was ruled as questionable to return by the team before ultimately being ruled out at halftime for the remainder of the contest. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! BYU Stud Provides a Grim Diagnosis Play Zach Wilson injury could end the New York Jets seasonBoy Green recaps a brutal loss to the New England Patriots and attempts to stomach the inevitable on Zach Wilson being injured and what it means for the rest of the season2021-10-24T19:54:15Z After the game, the Jets made Wilson available to the media...
    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Mac Jones threw two touchdown passes in his first 300-yard game, Damien Harris and J.J. Taylor ran for two TDs each and the New England Patriots won for the first time at home this season, rolling past the New York Jets 54-13 on Sunday. The Patriots earned their 12th straight victory and sixth consecutive season sweep over the Jets, who played most of the game without rookie quarterback Zach Wilson after the second overall draft pick left with 12:31 remaining in the second quarter with a knee injury. The kids got another [email protected]_moore03 | #NYJvsNE on CBS pic.twitter.com/zYiDAIow8o — New York Jets (@nyjets) October 24, 2021 Wilson was hit by Patriots linebacker Matt Judon, who fell on the back of Wilson’s legs after he released a pass that fell incomplete for Keelan Cole. Wilson initially was down for several minutes as he was examined by the training staff before eventually being able to walk off the field on his own power. He did not return and was replaced by Mike White — who hadn’t previously...
    Virginia Democrats sue USPS over delayed delivery of election-related material Husband of UK-Iranian held in Iran starts hunger strike New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson left Sunday's game against the New England Patriots after sustaining a knee injury in the second quarter. Spend $500, Pocket $200 Fast with This Top Card Ad Microsoft $300K Refi in this Economy? 2.01% APR 15 year Ad Microsoft Transfer Your Debt and Pay 0 Interest Until 2023 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/21 SLIDES © Andrew Nelles, The Tennessean via USA TODAY Sports Tennessee Titans wide receiver A.J. Brown (11) celebrates his first quarter touchdown. 2/21 SLIDES © Matt Ludtke, AP Green Bay Packers' Aaron Jones is tripped up by Washington Football Team Danny Johnson during the first half. 3/21 SLIDES © Gail Burton, AP Baltimore Ravens...
    Some concerning news has come in for the New York Jets, as quarterback Zach Wilson went down with what looks to be a knee injury.  In what’s been a terrible year for the New York Jets, there’s now plenty of worry surrounding the health of quarterback Zach Wilson. In the middle of the showdown with the New England Patriots on Sunday, Wilson went down after taking a big hit. He was immediately seen in plenty of pain on the turf, grabbing his knee. Wilson was able to limp off, but he’s left the game to go back to the locker room for further treatment. Zach Wilsom appeared to grab his knee and was down for several minutes after a big hit from Matt Judon. Now walking off very gingerly — Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) October 24, 2021 Zach Wilson is questionable to return with a knee injury Shortly after Wilson went down with his injury, the Jets came out and announced that Wilson suffered the knee injury and that he’s questionable to return for this one against New England. With...
    Drew Barrymore Worships Ex-Husbands New Wife But Gives the Couple Space Ford and SK Innovation to spend $11 billion, create 11,000 jobs on new U.S. EV and battery plants © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Cowboys safety Donovan Wilson won’t play for a second consecutive week. He was doubtful with a groin injury. His absence will give Jayron Kearse another opportunity. The Cowboys listed Wilson among their inactives along with defensive end Dorance Armstrong (ankle), defensive tackle Carlos Watkins (knee), offensive tackle Ty Nsekhe (illness) and third quarterback Will Grier. Defensive lineman Chauncey Golston, a third-round choice, will make his NFL debut tonight. It’s only his third time in pads since college. The Eagles already had ruled out offensive tackle Jordan Mailata (knee) and safety Rodney McLeod (knee). Their other inactives are third quarterback Gardner Minshew, linebacker Davion Taylor (calf) and offensive guard Jack Anderson. Andre Dillard will start for Mailata. Running back Boston Scott (illness) will play. Cowboys won’t have Donovan Wilson for Monday Night Football originally appeared...
    Getty New York Jets left tackle Mekhi Becton being helped off the field on September 12, 2021. Why does it always seem like the New York Jets can’t have nice things? It has been a rough opener for the Green & White offense, which has looked out of sync from the offensive line to the playmakers. The minute this group finally comes together for a touchdown drive behind rookie quarterback Zach Wilson, it doesn’t come cheap. It was jubilation for the fanbase as Wilson felt the pressure up the gut and scrambled to his right, connecting with wide receiver Corey Davis on an off-balance 22-yard touchdown strike. It was easily the play of the game for a stagnant Jets offense. First career TD pass for @ZachWilson ???? ???? #NYJvsCAR on CBS pic.twitter.com/KzZVJm2iHt — New York Jets (@nyjets) September 12, 2021 Moments later, teammates realized a key player was down — left tackle Mekhi Becton. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! Becton Carted Back...
    Getty Images Middle linebacker Anthony Walker of the Cleveland Browns. The Cleveland Browns are hoping for the best after starting linebacker Anthony Walker exited Monday’s practice with a knee injury. The team confirmed the knee injury for Walker, who could be seen limping to the locker room with trainers. However, the severity is still unknown. #Browns LB Anthony Walker suffered a knee injury in practice today, the team said. The extent is unknown — Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) August 2, 2021 Walker is a former fifth-round pick who made a name for himself with the Colts. He moved into a starting role during his second season in the league and brings a wealth of experience to the table. He’s notched a pair of 100 tackle seasons, including 124 in 2019. He also has a trio of interceptions in his career. Browns safety Ronnie Harrison and defensive end Takk McKinley also missed practice with ailments — Harrison a hamstring and McKinley with a sickness.Anthony Walker Set to Play Large Role for Browns Play Anthony Walker: "This...
    SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) – San Francisco 49ers running back Jeff Wilson Jr. will miss the start of the 2021 season after undergoing surgery on his injured knee. General manager John Lynch said Wednesday that Wilson injured his knee last week following practice and a weightlifting session. READ MORE: Is Dogecoin A Good Investment? Expert Suggests Avoiding Controversial Cryptocurrency Market Lynch said Wilson felt a “pop” in his knee when he stood up Thursday after practice and an MRI determined he tore his meniscus. Wilson underwent surgery Friday and is expected to miss four to six months. Lynch called the injury a “speed bump” and said Wilson’s mindset has “already shifted to recovery.” Wilson will begin the season on the physically unable to perform list, which will force him to miss at least the first six weeks of the season, Lynch said. READ MORE: 9 Dead In San Jose Mass Shooting, Including Suspect Wilson signed a fully guaranteed $2.05 million contract for 2021 this offseason. Because the injury happened when he was at the team facility, Wilson will be paid...
    Jeff Wilson is the first major casualty of the 49ers’ offseason program, jumbling a still-deep stable of running backs. His recent knee surgery, for a torn meniscus, could keep him out into midseason this November, though a league source called it a “worst-case scenario” and that “we’ve got to see how he responds.” How do the 49ers respond? They’ve got options. Lots of them. For starters, literally, Raheem Mostert looked healthy, fast and determined at Tuesday’s practice. He’s recovered from last year’s high ankle injuries and is entering the final year of his contract. Next on the depth chart? Experience-wise, it would be Wayne Gallman Jr., a fifth-year veteran and the New York Giants’ default leading rusher last season after Saquan Barkley sustained a Week 2 knee injury. The more intriguing rusher is Trey Sermon. The 49ers traded up (with the rival Los Angeles Rams) to take Sermon in the third round (No. 88 overall) out of Ohio State, by way of Oklahoma. “I’m a huge fan of Trey, just watching him in the...
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    SANTA CLARA — Raheem Mostert and Jeff Wilson Jr. could be rushing to the 49ers’ rescue. Well, that’s the ideal plan, at least. The 49ers opened the practice window to spring Mostert and Wilson off the Injured Reserve list, and Tuesday offered a walk-through session before Wednesday’s first official practice before Sunday’s game at the Los Angeles Rams. Mostert is the team’s leading rusher (303 yards) despite missing the past four games with a high ankle sprain, not to mention two games earlier this season with a knee injury. Wilson has been out the past three games after spraining his ankle while scoring his third touchdown in the 49ers’ last win, Oct. 25 at New England. Their return would bolster a rushing attack that has slump amid not only their injuries but those to Tevin Coleman (knee sprain) and JaMycal Hasty (collarbone fracture). Jerick McKinnon, after recovering from knee surgeries the past two seasons, has a team-high 77 carries. Of his 294 rushing yards, 101 have come over the past six games. The...
    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — The Jacksonville Jaguars placed cornerback D.J. Hayden on injured reserve Wednesday because of a hamstring injury. Hayden will be eligible to return in three weeks, after missing games against Houston, Detroit and the Los Angeles Chargers. Without Hayden, the Jaguars (1-3) are expected to slide third-year pro Tre Herndon into the nickel cornerback role on passing downs and have rookie Chris Claybrooks or Sidney Jones play outside opposite rookie CJ Henderson. That’s assuming Henderson (shoulder) can play against the Texans. He was one of three starters to miss practice Wednesday. Linebacker Myles Jack (ankle) and defensive end Josh Allen (knee) also sat out. Jacksonville did get safety Jarrod Wilson (hamstring) back in a limited capacity. The team designated him for return from injured reserve after missing three games. Left tackle Cam Robinson (knee) and backup Will Richardson (illness) also missed practice. ___ More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFL Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Just two weeks into the 2020 fantasy football season, some owners are already having to rebuild their teams from scratch. Thanks to countless injuries to key players in Week 2, the fantasy world has been turned upside down. Owners are having to adjust on the fly and find worthwhile streamers, sleepers, and new starters. At this point in the week, most of the “must-have pickups” of the week have been grabbed, but ahead of the post-Week 3 waiver period, it’s important to look ahead at potential free-agent streamers for Week 4 and consider grabbing them now before your leaguemates get to do so next week. Admittedly, it’s tough to drop players that you’re confident in, and at this point in the season, you may have a lot of those. Still, it’s important to project into the future. So, if you’re still holding onto a player that rarely starts and is dealing with an injury, like Christian Kirk, it could make sense to drop them to pick up a guy like Jeff Wilson Jr., who could emerge as the new backfield leader...
    The Cleveland Browns added much-needed linebacker depth This offseason, Cleveland Browns general manager Andrew Berry did a tremendous job building upon the roster left by John Dorsey and put together one of the more well-rounded teams in the NFL. However, their most glaring weakness was at linebacker. The need for reinforcements came during training camp, after starting middle linebacker Mack Wilson was carted off the field with a knee injury. Berry got that help on Sunday. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Browns signed former Seattle Seahawks linebacker and Super Bowl 48 MVP Malcolm Smith to a contract. Browns signed former Seahawks and Raiders LB Malcolm Smith, the MVP of Super Bowl XLVIII. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 23, 2020 Smith hasn’t found much success after his terrific Super Bowl performanceSmith was a seventh-round pick of the Seahawks in the 2011 NFL Draft, and spent the majority of his tenure as a rotational linebacker in the “Legion of Boom.” His fame rose during Seattle’s 43-8 Super Bowl victory over the Denver Broncos, where he recorded nine tackles, recovered a fumble...
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — Quincy Wilson came to Indianapolis with high hopes and lofty expectations. He left with a huge sense of relief. The cornerback was surprisingly traded by the Colts to the New York Jets on the final day of the NFL draft in April for a sixth-round pick. The move might have been a bit lost in the shuffle by some during the flurry of activity that marks the draft, but it was an unforgettable moment for Wilson. “When I got traded, it was a good day — probably one of the best days of my life,” Wilson said Saturday during a video call. “A lot of things went wrong in Indy. But I’m just happy for this new opportunity, this new situation that I’m in that’s way better. “I’m just ready to show that I can play.” That’s what the 24-year-old Wilson has been doing through the early days of training camp, regularly making plays and knocking away passes — often celebrated by his teammates on defense shouting: “Yeah, Q!” “You know, it’s a...
    BEREA, Ohio (AP) — Cleveland Browns cornerback Kevin Johnson remains hospitalized after his liver was lacerated in practice when a teammate landed on him. The team said Johnson, who is in his first season with Cleveland, was admitted to University Hospitals on Wednesday after getting hurt. Johnson is resting comfortably and is expected to remain in the hospital for at least another 24 hours for observation. The Browns signed Johnson, a first-round draft pick by Houston in 2015, to a one-year, $3.5 million contract this offseason. The 28 year-old has been slowed by numerous injuries during his NFL career. He spent last season with Buffalo after four with the Texans. Earlier this week, Johnson said he hoped to battle for a starting job in training camp. Johnson’s injury is the most serious for the Browns, who have had more than their share already in coach Kevin Stefanski’s first camp. On Tuesday, star running back Nick Chubb sustained a concussion when he was tackled by linebacker Mack Wilson. A day later, Wilson sustained a hyperextended left knee and is expected to...
    CLEVELAND (AP) — Browns starting linebacker Mack Wilson suffered a hyperextended left knee and could miss significant time while recovering, another early blow to a Cleveland team already down two offensive starters. Wilson got hurt while breaking up a pass during Tuesday’s practice. His injury came one day after his high, hard tackle on running back Nick Chubb — in the first workout in full pads — gave the Browns star running back a concussion. Coach Kevin Stefanski did not provide any details on Wilson’s injury. He’s awaiting more information from the medical staff before he knows how long the second-year linebacker from Alabama will be out. Stefanski said Chubb has been back in the team’s facility, but has not been cleared to practice. Wilson’s injury puts further strain on Cleveland’s linebacking group, which includes several new faces following the departures of veterans Joe Schobert and Christian Kirksey as free agents. Wilson made 14 starts last season when Kirskey got hurt and played well, especially against the pass. The Browns signed B.J. Goodson as a free agent this offseason to...
    Getty Linebacker Mack Wilson of the Cleveland Browns. The Cleveland Browns obtained information they didn’t need to hear on Tuesday when it was introduced that linebacker Mack Wilson suffered what might be a season-ending knee harm. Wilson was damage throughout follow after he broke up a go in a seven-on-seven drill, hitting the turf in ache. It was introduced later within the day that it was a significantly-hyperextended left knee, per the Browns official web site. Mack Wilson helped off the sector at #BrownsCamp after struggling a knee harm pic.twitter.com/aUqjEBiyDa — FOX Sports activities Cleveland (@FOXSportsCLE) August 18, 2020 There are a selection of choices on the desk for Wilson, together with season-ending surgical procedure, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Community. The harm was the ultimate sequence of a really unhealthy day for Wilson that got here simply 24 hours after he was hammered with criticism for a tough, excessive horse-collar sort out that left Professional Bowl operating again Nick Chubb in concussion protocol. He was known as out by David Njoku on...
    Getty Linebacker Mack Wilson of the Cleveland Browns. The Cleveland Browns received news they did not want to hear on Tuesday when it was announced that linebacker Mack Wilson suffered what could be a season-ending knee injury. Wilson was hurt during practice after he broke up a pass in a seven-on-seven drill, hitting the turf in pain. It was announced later in the day that it was a significantly-hyperextended left knee, per the Browns official site. Mack Wilson helped off the field at #BrownsCamp after suffering a knee injury pic.twitter.com/aUqjEBiyDa — FOX Sports Cleveland (@FOXSportsCLE) August 18, 2020 There are a variety of options on the table for Wilson, including season-ending surgery, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. The injury was the final sequence of a very bad day for Wilson that came just 24 hours after he was hammered with criticism for a hard, high horse-collar tackle that left Pro Bowl running back Nick Chubb in concussion protocol. He was called out by David Njoku on Tuesday morning. Njoku was one of the first players on the...
    The Cleveland Browns got rough news on the Mack Wilson front.It sounds like the Cleveland Browns will be without linebacker Mack Wilson for a bit. During practice on Tuesday, Wilson was carted off the field with an apparent knee injury. It was one day after the practice where starting running back Nick Chubb got lit up and may have suffered a concussion. Football is a game where injuries are certain, but it seems that the Browns got bit by the injury bug bad to start this week. According to Mike Garafolo and Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, “Browns promising LB Mack Wilson suffered a significant hyperextended knee in practice today…He will miss some time and more evaluations coming before timeframe becomes clear. Not ideal but Cleveland still hoping for decent news.” #Browns promising LB Mack Wilson suffered a significant hyperextended knee in practice today, sources tell me and @RapSheet. He will miss some time and more evaluations coming before timeframe becomes clear. Not ideal but Cleveland still hoping for decent news. — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) August 19, 2020 What should...
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