Jets WR Robby Anderson has a calf injury and was not practicing on Tuesday. Head coach Adam Gase said after practice that Anderson is day-to-day, and that it's hard to give a timetable.
"I don't know if it's concerning," Gase said after being asked if he was concerned about the injury. "Any time you have a soft tissue (injury) it's an unknown. That's why it's day-to-day. He'll keep working on that. Hopefully we'll get him back for practices. And get him a full week and he feels good and we're ready to roll."
The Jets have been expected to enter the season with Anderson, Quincy Enunwa, and Jamison Crowder as their starters at receiver, with guys like Joshua Bellamy and Tim White battling it out for backup roles.
Anderson didn't play in the Jets' first preseason game against the Giants, but has played in the last two -- reeling in three catches for 32 yards against the Falcons and two catches for 60 yards (including a 41-yarder) against the Saints.