QB Sam Darnold (foot) was the big name that stood out on the Jets' first injury report of Week 10, but there were plenty of other players who also found themselves on Wednesday's list.
WR Quincy Enunwa (ankle), WR Robby Anderson (ankle), TE Neal Sterling (concussion), DB Terrence Brooks (illness), OL Spencer Long (knee/finger) and NT Steve McLendon (ankle) joined Darnold in missing practice.
LB Kevin Pierre-Louis (foot), CB Trumaine Johnson (quad), LB Frankie Luvu (neck) and OL James Carpenter were limited participants Wednesday.
The focus, however, is obviously on the rookie quarterback, who according to head coach Todd Bowles is "day-to-day" with a foot strain coming off the worst performance of his young career. Darnold threw four interceptions in a dreadful loss to the Dolphins on Sunday but did not complain of an injury, saying after the game that he was "fine."
Darnold watched practice in street clothes and with a boot on his right foot. Though Bowles did not rule Darnold out for Sunday's game against the Bills, a source told SNY's Ralph Vacchiano that Josh McCown would get the start and that the Jets would re-evaluate Darnold after their upcoming bye week.