Jets RB Le'Veon Bell is dealing with a knee/ankle injury, head coach Adam Gase said on Wednesday, and his status for Sunday's game against the Giants is not yet known.
Bell had an MRI on his knee on Tuesday, and was expected to work indoors on Wednesday while the team practiced outside. According to Gase, Bell was pushing to practice but was held back.
Gase added that he thinks Bell suffered the injury during one of his runs on Sunday against the Dolphins, and that he was still really sore.
The Jets signed Josh Adams to the roster from the practice squad on Tuesday, but that move was made to keep Adams from getting claimed -- not as a result of Bell's injury, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter
Bell has had one knee injury over his career: a torn MCL in his right knee that knocked him out of the 2015 season after Week 9. Other than that, he's been clean on the injury report in regards to his knee.
The 27-year-old had over 100 scrimmage yards in the Jets' 26-18 loss to the Dolphins this past Sunday, with 66 rushing yards on 17 carries and 55 receiving yards on eight receptions.
Overall this season, Bell has rushed 125 times for 415 yards and one touchdown. He has also reeled in 40 catches for 242 yards and one touchdown.