Jets cornerback Trumaine Johnson left Monday's game against the Lions in the second quarter but returned in the third after he was evaluated for a concussion.
Johnson intercepted Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford and ran upfield, but was laid out by wide receiver Kenny Golladay and lost the ball in the process. Detroit recovered the fumble and took over on downs.
Johnson, 28, signed a five-year, $72 million deal with $34 million guaranteed in the offseason. The Jets were already playing without safety Marcus Maye due to a foot injury, and cornerback Derrick Jones was also inactive for Monday's game.
Buster Skrine left the game in the first half with a rib injury but also returned in the third quarter.