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nothing on him but Saleh said on Davis 

 

The Jets could not shake the injury bug in their preseason Week 2 matchup, as numerous players departed New York’s win over the Packers early.

Jarrad Davis was carted off the field early in the first half after sustaining an ankle injury. The Jets received encouraging news on Davis’ status postgame, though, as Robert Saleh said his initial prognosis is “promising.” The 26-year-old is undergoing further testing to determine the severity of the injury.

Conor McDermott was also carted off in the first half with a knee injury, but Saleh did not offer any clarification on his status postgame. Ronald Blair, who made his first appearance since 2019 against Green Bay, suffered a hamstring injury, while Corey Ballentine injured his knee. Ballentine provided one of the Jets’ most explosive plays of the game before departing, delivering a 73-yard kick return.

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Just now, kevinc855 said:

All I know is we CANNOT go into the regular season with Captain Morgan as the number 2 

Captain Morgan is more of a QB for a tank team

He did look pretty rough this week.  Def a clear difference between him and White so far.

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2 minutes ago, kevinc855 said:

All I know is we CANNOT go into the regular season with Captain Morgan as the number 2 

Captain Morgan is more of a QB for a tank team

The Captain and White are both awful.  God help us if Wilson goes down and either one is expected to actually win a game.

Still say JD needed to have us better prepared at the QB position.

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