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2019 Schedule
2-7, 3rd in AFC East
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8hRich Cimini

Enunwa blasts Jets after being fined while on IR

The Jets' frustrating season took another bizarre turn when receiver Quincy Enunwa blasted the franchise over social media after netting a $27,900 fine for missing medical treatments.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets WR Quincy Enunwa (IR/neck) was fined $27,900 by the team for missing two days of treatment and he voices his displeasure with a Twitter rant. He said he took his wife, a veteran, out to lunch on Veterans Day and also had a house emergency. He acknowledges he should've told the team beforehand, but believes the penalty is "excessive." He says "this could've been handled in so many different ways." He also reveals he has only a 50/50 chance of playing again.

Ninkovich: Jets defense will be salivating facing Haskins (0:45)
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Hue to lead Kap workout; at least 13 teams to go

The NFL released more details about Colin Kaepernick's scheduled workout in Atlanta on Saturday, saying Thursday that Hue Jackson will lead the drills. At least 13 teams have committed to attend.

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15hRich Cimini

Darnold piggybacks on CEO's support for Gase

Jets QB Sam Darnold said it would be "absolutely amazing" if coach Adam Gase is indeed back with the team next season, as CEO Christopher Johnson has stated he would be.

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Notables on the Jets' injury report: DID NOT PRACTICE — LB Brandon Copeland (hip), C Ryan Kalil (knee), CB Darryl Roberts (calf); LIMITED — RB Le'Veon Bell (ribs/illness). Analysis: Bell returned to practice and is expected to play. Kalil is trending in the wrong direction, which has to be a concern. Looks like Roberts will miss another week.

Stephen A.: I'd fire Gase and Shurmur before Christmas (1:02)
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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Naturally, coach Adam Gase was grateful for the public vote of confidence from CEO Christopher Johnson. "To get his support, and for him to see what we're trying to do, that's an important step for us," Gase said. He wouldn't comment on how it might affect the locker room, saying the room has been focused all season. Asked if the speculation about his job security was a distraction, he said, "Nobody in this building, but I can't speak for the outside. I'm closed in a little bit."

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Jets CEO Christopher Johnson spoke glowingly of Jamal Adams, but he stopped short of committing to him for 2020 — an odd statement considering he's under contract. This indicates the organization knows it has a big decision coming up because Adams is likely to seek a new deal: Does it pay a safety elite-cornerback money or does it explore a trade, reinvesting in other positions? Johnson deferred to GM Joe Douglas, saying he controls the roster. Smart. Let the football people handle it.

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Some player reaction to Christopher Johnson's vote of confidence for Adam Gase: Jamal Adams said, "I have his back. That's our head coach and that's who we ride with." Jonotthan Harrison said, "It shows he has faith in coach Gase, like the rest of us do. It shows he sees the potential and he sees where this team is going. Instead of listening to the outside noise — Gase this, Gase that — he said, ‘I have total faith in coach Gase.'" WR Demaryius Thomas: "That's good for Adam."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Notables on the Jets injury report: DID NOT PRACTICE — RB Le'Veon Bell (knee/ribs/illness), CB Darryl Roberts (calf), LB Brandon Copeland (hip); LIMITED — WR Robby Anderson (back), C Ryan Kalil (knee). Analysis: Bell will be fine. Kalil returned after missing two games. Even if he's ready to play Sunday, the Jets might stick with Jonotthan Harrison.

Orlovsky, Spears don't understand why Jets are bringing Gase back (1:22)
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2dRich Cimini

Jets CEO: Gase 'has my trust,' will return in '20

Jets CEO Christopher Johnson said the team's 2-7 start has been "exceedingly frustrating" due to injuries, but that coach Adam Gase would be returning in 2020.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets RB Le'Veon Bell won't practice today due to an illness. Adam Gase said it's not serious. When a reporter jokingly asked if it's mono, Gase replied, "Way too soon." CB Darryl Roberts (calf) won't practice. It looks like he will miss another week. Their corners are Brian Poole, Nate Hairston, Arthur Maulet, Bless Austin, Maurice Canady and Kyron Brown.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets made it official, placing TE Chris Herndon and G Brian Winters on season-ending injured reserve. They now have 13 players on IR, eating up $40 million in cap space. They promoted CB Kyron Brown from the practice squad and re-signed LB B.J. Bello.

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Flight Deck

ESPN's Rich Cimini gives out his midseason awards and talks with WR Jamison Crowder about his first season with the Jets.

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TE Chris Herndon (fractured rib) and RG Brian Winters (dislocated shoulder) likely are done for the season. In Winter's case, surgery is a possibility. Winters, 28, is the second-longest tenured Jet. This raises questions about his future. He has one year left on his contract ($7.5M cap charge), so there's a chance he could be released in the anticipated OL overhaul. Winters is respected for his toughness, but this will be the fourth time in the last six years that he finishes the season on IR.

Team Stats

Passing Yards164.032nd
Rushing Yards67.331st
Points For14.430th
Points Against26.4