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New York Jets: Minicamp Injury Report

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We still have a long way to go until we start worrying about injuries, but here is a report for June.

Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

Brandon Marshall - Toe

Marshall limped off the field towards the end of practice yesterday with a toe injury. It's not believed to be serious and it came at a great time, he didn't have to run wind-sprints as a result. I wouldn't worry about this injury.

Zach Sudfeld - Leg

Sudfeld also limped off yesterday after taking a hit from Calvin Pryor and falling awkwardly. It's important to remember that these drills are non-contact ones and Bowles wasn't very happy with Pryor or Barnes who also got too physical. The extent of the injury is unknown at the moment.

Jace Amaro - Back

Amaro was out again yesterday and don't expect him back today either. He suffered a back injury in a session and it's categorized as being sore at the moment. There is no reason to have him out there, but there is also no reason to suspect this will be a long-term problem.

Willie Colon - Knee

Colon has been working through a knee injury all off-season and the Jets are taking it slow with the 32 year old. He probably won't go until training camp at the end of next month, but he is expected to be ready to compete when that comes around.

Steven Ridley - Knee

Ridley has been active in some positional drills and he's been catching some footballs to stay sharp, but he's still not ready to go full-speed in team drills. He is working back from a serious ACL and MCL tear so it's a good idea to take the slow and steady approach. He'll now have over a month to get ready for camp and all indications are he;ll be just fine.

Dee Milliner - Achilles

Like Ridley, Milliner is working his way back from a serious injury that takes a lot of time to heal. He is the biggest question mark ahead of training camp. He's working hard to get back and with the depth chart stacked, he won't want to miss too much time, but he has to be careful not to re-injure himself.