Quincy Enunwa, who was available to speak as the Jets wrapped up their end-of-season interviews, revealed that he has been diagnosed with spinal stenosis but does not need surgery.
He missed nearly the entire 2019 season with a neck injury.
"It's unfortunate what's going on, there's not much I can really do about it, though," Enunwa said in the locker room Monday. "It's one of those things where I was kind of like born this way I guess, that's what I found out. ... It's not really one of those things that I can control too much."
The fifth-year wide receiver -- who has spent his entire career in New York -- offered some optimism that he can return from the injury, and hopefully still be in green.
"Hopefully I can stay and play well and put up numbers that I want to put (up) for this team, it would be a beautiful thing for me. ... but right now it's just about coming back healthy and handling the situation in a proper way," Enunwa said.
Enunwa added that he "of course" wants to remain a part of the Jets.
"Why would I not want to be here? I love it here."