Jets WR Quincy Enunwa exited Saturday's practice with a neck injury. "I know it's the same thing he hurt in the spring when he fell on it," HC Todd Bowles said afterward. "He hit his head [on Saturday] or he hit his neck or something went wrong when he fell." Enunwa reportedly fell to the turf after dropping a pass and stumbled when he tried to get up. He was eventually able to walk off the field under his own power. "[Trainers] didn't give me the nature of it," Bowles continued. "They just said it's the same thing he had in the spring. It wasn't severe, but it held him out a little while. I'll see the severity of it [this time] when I go inside [and speak to the trainers more]." We'll keep an eye on this one. Enunwa is in line to serve as New York's #1 WR this season. Our model currently gives him a just a 6.6% chance of injury.
The Jets have placed WR Quincy Enunwa (neck) on IR, ending his 2017 season. We still don't know much about the neck injury that he dealt with this spring and evidently aggravated on Sunday. But any issue with that part of the body is worrisome. We'll update his condition when we learn more.
Update: HC Todd Bowles said Monday afternoon that Enunwa has a bulging disk in his neck and is expected to be out 6-9 months. It's a big blow to a guy who's set to hit free agency next offseason.
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