Good morning, GGN! The Jets opened up camp to journalists for the first time in 2020 yesterday, and revealed that a number of Jets were suffering from injuries which kept them out of practice. Perhaps the most concerning such injury was Denzel Mims and his hamstring problem, which will keep him out of practice for an indefinite time going forward. While it does not sound at this point like this injury will keep Mims out for major parts of the regular season, Mims’ absence for any length of time both jeopardizes his opportunities to get comfortable with Adam Gase’s system and Sam Darnold, and leaves the Jets dangerously thin at wide receiver while Mims is out. Fingers crossed for a swift recovery by Mims.
Here are your links to the Jets this glorious Saturday in August:
Eric Allen - Jets Practice Report: WR Denzel Mims and RB Frank Gore Miss Friday’s Workout
Andy Vasquez - NY Jets: What the first practice during a pandemic was like
Andy Vasquez - Jets' Denzel Mims out with hamstring injury, Sam Darnold starts strong
Brian Costello - Denzel Mims missing crucial Jets practice with hamstring injury
Manish Mehta - Denzel Mims misses Jets practice due to hamstring injury
JetsFix - Jets Practice Recap - 8/14/20
Spencer Aber - Jets injury report: Denzel Mims, Frank Gore, Pierre Desir miss practice
Dylan Price - New York Jets’ Denzel Mims goes down at practice, will miss time
Tim Daniels - Jets’ Denzel Mims’ Timeline After Hamstring Injury Unclear, Adam Gase Says
Justin Fried - Denzel Mims, Pierre Desir, others injured right out of the gate
Eric Allen - Jets Getting Comfortable in the New Normal
Brian Costello - Jets finally back on field together as one team
Seth Everett - Le’Veon Bell gushes about New York Jets head coach Adam Gase - ‘a chill coach’
Kristian Dyer - New York Jets’ Le’Veon Bell talks Jamal Adams: He told me he wasn’t going to force his way out
Dennis Waszak Jr. - Jets’ motivated Bell out to prove he’s now better than ever
Kristian Dyer - New York Jets star makes a vow: ‘this is the best Le’Veon Bell that has ever played in the NFL’
Cole Waggoner - NY Jets: Was the Le’Veon Bell contract ultimately worth it?
Justin Fried - NY Jets: Adam Gase admits he ‘did a bad job’ with Le’Veon Bell last year
Brian Costello - How one Jets unit is building chemistry during tough times
Seth Everett - Rebuilt New York Jets offense faces the obstacle of gelling in shortened training camp
Kristian Dyer - Adam Gase sees New York Jets rebuilt offensive line debut on Friday: ‘we’re a lot bigger’
Brian Costello - Jets’ Sam Darnold has been staying away from In-N-Out
Manish Mehta - Jets’ LeVeon Bell needs Adam Gase to tailor scheme to him
Manish Mehta - Jets’ Adam Gase says he did ‘bad job’ using Le’Veon Bell
Charles McDonald - Mekhi Becton a real stand out at Jets training camp
Kristian Dyer - New York Jets head coach Adam Gase details how COVID-19 restrictions impact training camp
Andy Vasquez - NY Jets: 4 key players who could make the team dangerous in 2020
Edward Rollo - New York Jets players set up to excel in the 2020 season
Brendan Carpenter - New York Jets: Positions to watch as training camp practices begin
Tyler Calvaruso - 2020 Jets training camp: The biggest storylines at every position
Kristian Dyer - Replacing Jamal Adams no easy task for Gregg Williams, even as Bradley McDougald makes an immediate impression
Charles McDonald - Jets ready to overcome losses of Adams, Mosley
Sam Neumann - Marcus Maye talks Jamal Adams’ departure, his role in Jets secondary
Kristian Dyer - Ashtyn Davis hoping to take underdog mentality onto the field with the New York Jets
Newyorkjets.com - Jets S Ashtyn Davis Continues to Work Like a Walk-On
Olivia Landis - Jets OLB Jordan Jenkins: We’re Ahead of the Curve
Seth Everett - Without stars Jamal Adams and C.J. Mosley, New York Jets defense embracing ‘next-man-up’
Kristian Dyer - Gregg Williams embraces “next man up” as New York Jets defense loses Jamal Adams & C.J. Mosley
Manish Mehta - Gregg Williams is the right leader for the Jets
Kristian Dyer - Sleepy in Seattle: Jets defensive coordinator Gregg Williams thinks Jamal Adams might be bored in the Seahawks defense
Sam Neumann - Pete Carroll claps back at Gregg Williams over Jamal Adams comments
Manish Mehta - Jets LB Jordan Jenkins: ‘I’m tired of [bleeping] losing’
Spencer Aber - Jets activate James Burgess off Reserve/COVID-19 list
Sam Neumann - Jets bring in 3 players for visits, including local star running back
Tyler Greenawalt - How will the Jets scout an uncertain college football season?
Tyler Capossela - NY Jets: Why Breshad Perriman's reward will outweigh his risk in 2020
Justin Fried - NY Jets: Gregg Williams says Jamal Adams 'might get bored' in Seattle
Glenn Naughton - Healthy Roster Could Erase Jets Concerns Over Lack of Weapons on Offense
Glenn Naughton - 2020 Position Preview: Inside Linebacker; Life Without Mosley...Again
JetsFix - Which free agents will the Jets need to re-sign after the season?
Dylan Price - New York Jets: Adam Gase sounds reinvigorated and ready to change the narrative in 2020
Kristian Dyer - Former New Jersey Gov. Dick Codey thinks if trends continue, sports fans could be heading back to stadiums
Vincent Frank - The economics of the NFL canceling its preseason are just staggering
Justin Fried - NY Jets: Geno Smith calls out ESPN over recent IK Enemkpali article
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