It looks like the Jets star LB C.J. Mosley will continue to remain on the sideline with his groin injury, as NFL Network's Ian Rapoport revealed he is "expected to be out a few more weeks."
Mosley underwent more tests on his groin -- the same injury that has been bothering him since Week 1 against the Bills -- and the results, according to Rapoport, is "an extension" of that initial injury. That could mean that Mosley reaggravated it during his return to the Jets this past week against the Patriots.
In that contest, though, the Jets didn't see the same Mosley they were used to on the field. That's why he's out once again this week against the Jaguars, and it will continue until they can fix this nagging issue.
"Seemed like every time he was on the ground, he'd get up and he just didn't seem comfortable," head coach Adam Gase said of Mosley on Wednesday. "So I was glad they pulled him out when they did. I didn't know what was wrong with him because all indications going into the game was he felt really good, especially watching him practice.
"I saw him look like the guy before the Buffalo game and I don't know what changed there."
Gase also noted that a trip to the IR for Mosley isn't out of the question. However, as he has since sustaining the injury during a defensive play on Bills WR John Brown late in the third quarter of that Week 1 matchup, Mosley is working hard to get back on the field and help the Jets.