Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa missed the entire 2017 season after suffering a neck injury in a training camp practice. After taking things slow early in the offseason program, Enunwa was in a helmet at today’s first day of veteran minicamp.
As minicamp commences, #Jets WR Quincy Enunwa has his helmet for the first time this spring.— Ethan B. Greenberg (@EGreenbergJets) June 12, 2018
He was wearing a baseball hat for all of OTAs.
As I said a bit earlier about Teddy Bridgewater, I don’t take performance results from offseason practices too seriously. I do take news about recovery from injuries quite seriously, though. Any sort of neck injury is scary. It has to be viewed as a very good sign that Enunwa is back out there in a helmet while we are still in the offseason program.
There has been some uncertainty during the offseason about the Jets’ receiving corps. Things seem to be shaping up nicely, though. There is some solid young talent at the position to help out the starting quarterback, whether it is Sam Darnold, Teddy Bridgewater, or Josh McCown.