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Jets Place Four on PUP List; Three on NFI List

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The Jets announced they have placed four players on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list and three players on the Non Football Injury (NFI) list.

Defensive linemen Quinnen Williams, Kyle Phillips and Jonathan Marshall along with S Ashtyn Davis were all given Active/PUP designations. The four players can be activated at any time during training camp. If they remain on the list at roster cutdown to 53, they will have to be activated or moved to the Reserve/PUP list.

Two veteran defensive linemen, Vinny Curry and Folorunso Fatukasi, and S Marcus Maye were added to the Active/Non-Football Injury list. The NFI designation means the players sustained injuries away from the team and the three can practice when medically cleared.

While there are some relatively big names on this list, this is not necessarily alarming news. These players are eligible to be removed from it and begin practicing at any point they are ready in training camp. The designations simply mean they are not ready to practice at the start of camp. A player who suffers the same injury on the first day of training camp would not be eligible for these lists.