The Jets had a few injury concerns on Sunday at their Florham Park training camp practice.
The most notable name was running back Le'Veon Bell, however, head coach Adam Gase downplayed the issue after practice. Bell was apparently dealing with nothing more than leg cramps.
"He was starting to cramp up there at the end running so," Gase said.
But Gase said the team is still taking any cramping issues seriously.
"We've had some guys cramp up and then they're out a little bit and they go back in there. We're just emphasizing the hydration. Just doing a good job of eating every meal and making sure we're putting the right stuff in our body," Gase said.
The other injury sustained during the practice was by depth offensive lineman Brent Qvale and his outlook was much worse. Qvale was carted off the field due to a knee injury.
"We're evaluating him right now, it didn't look good. He's getting an MRI," Gase said.
Depth linemen is a big concern for the Jets heading into 2019. If Qvale is out long-term, Gase gave a "next man up" approach to the situation.
"We've been shuffling the deck, pretty much. So we'll just keep doing the same thing trying to find the right number of guys to be on the active roster," Gase said.