When the Jets released their updated injury report on Thursday, there was one new name on the list.
The addition was wide receiver Jamison Crowder, who popped up as a limited participant in Thursday's practice due to a knee injury. Crowder was not among the injured players that head coach Adam Gase mentioned before practice, meaning the injury must be a brand new one.
Crowder leads the Jets this season in both receptions (32) and receiving yards (298). In his first season with Gang Green, Crowder seems to have quickly developed a rapport with Sam Darnold. In the three games Darnold has started this season, Crowder has collected 24 of his 32 catches and 223 of his 298 receiving yards. If he is unable to play on Sunday. Crowder's absence could be a significant one against the Jaguars' defense.
Meanwhile, Darnold was a full participant with his toe injury a day after not practicing at all. Another good sign for the Jets came in the form of center Ryan Kalil, who was limited after not practicing Wednesday with elbow and shoulder injuries.
CJ Mosley and Kelechi Osemele were among the five Jets who didn't practice at all on Thursday.
Here's the full injury report:
Jets QB Sam Darnold (toe) was a full participant in practice today. pic.twitter.com/fO6jZsK8sG- Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoSNY) October 24, 2019