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  • Jets' Malachi Corley: Exits practice early

    Corley left Wednesday's practice early with an undisclosed injury and returned without a helmet, Connor Hughes of reports.

    Hughes notes that Corley walked with a limp after the incident, giving another hint that the rookie won't return to practice Wednesday. It doesn't sound especially serious, as a player typically would stay inside rather than joining his teammates to watch the rest of practice if there were concern about a major injury. With Mike Williams (ACL) unavailable for offseason practices, the Jets seem to have a wide-open depth chart at WR behind No. 1 Garrett Wilson. Coming in as a third-round pick, Corley should get some first-team reps and may eventually win a role as the team's No. 3 receiver behind Wilson and Williams. Jets QB Aaron Rodgers apparently is a fan, having recently told reporters that Corley was his favorite wide receiver in the 2024 NFL Draft, per Rich Cimini of

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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Seemingly has minor injury

    Hall is working in the rehab area during practice Wednesday, Rich Cimini of reports.

    While nothing has been reported so far this offseason, Hall's presence with the rehab group suggests he picked up some kind of minor injury during a previous OTA or workout. Any absence(s) from team drills could free up first-team reps for Israel Abanikanda, Braelon Allen or Isaiah Davis, with recent signing Tarik Cohen potentially an option for third downs and two-minute drills.

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  • Jets' Mike Williams: No timeline for practice return

    Coach Robert Saleh said Wednesday that he doesn't have a timeline for Williams (knee) returning to practice, Eric Allen of the Jets' official site reports.

    Williams has been at the Jets' team facility for their offseason program, mostly working indoors with the training staff. Reporters spotted him on a side field last week, but it sounds like the 29-year-old won't practice with teammates any earlier than training camp. Williams profiles as the Jets' No. 2 receiver once he makes it back from the left ACL tear he suffered Week 3 last season with the Chargers. His one-year, $10 million contract reportedly includes $8.3 million guaranteed, with an additional $5 million available via incentives, per Albert Breer of

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  • Jets' Tarik Cohen: Signing with Gang Green

    Cohen agreed to a one-year contract with the Jets on Wednesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    Cohen will turn 29 years old in July and hasn't played in an NFL game since Week 3 of the 2020 season, when he suffered an ACL tear that derailed a promising career. He missed all of 2021 while rehabbing from the knee injury and all of 2022 after suffering a torn Achilles' tendon during the spring. Cohen then landed with the Panthers in 2023 and spent most of the season on their practice squad, but he struggled with a hamstring injury, never got a promotion and ultimately was released in early May. He's unlikely to make noise in a backfield that has Breece Hall and two incoming draft picks, but Cohen should get a look on kick and punt returns this offseason.

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  • Jets' Olu Fashanu: Practicing in full

    Fashanu was a full participant during OTAs on Tuesday, Rich Cimini of reports.

    Fashanu had been recovering from strained quadriceps he sustained while running the 40-yard dash at the combine, but he's now back up to full speed. The Jets will probably want to find a way to get him involved early and often this season after using the 11th overall pick to acquire him in the 2024 NFL Draft.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 96.9
Def. 124.0


Player Injury
B. Hall RB Breece Hall RB Undisclosed
A. Rodgers QB Aaron Rodgers QB Achilles
M. Williams WR Mike Williams WR Knee - ACL
M. Corley WR Malachi Corley WR Lower Body
M. Stepp RB Markese Stepp RB Undisclosed

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