The report contains a bit of good news and a bit of bad news for the Jets.
When it comes to the good, Breshad Perriman completed a full week of practice and looks on track to play against Buffalo. Additionally, Marcus Maye is listed as questionable after being a limited participant in Friday’s practice. While this leaves a degree of ambiguity, Maye missed practice completely on Thursday. Whenever a player trends in the right direction between Thursday and Friday, it is typically a positive sign.
On the negative side, Denzel Mims’ debut with the Jets will need to wait. The highly regarded rookie out of Baylor is out with injured hamstrings. The return of Avery Williamson after missing 2019 will also need to wait as he is out with a hamstring injury of his own.