Sam Darnold gave Jets fans a scare in the first half of Sunday's 27-23 win over the Bills when he exited the game after re-aggravating his sprained right foot.
The rookie quarterback eventually re-entered the game and gutted it out as he led the Jets to a comeback victory, but there was still concern over his health, especially when he was splitting first-team reps with Josh McCown at the start of Tuesday's practice that was open to media.
But Darnold was listed as a full participant and insists he "feels great."
"There's some soreness, but it feels great dropping back, moving in the pocket," Darnold said. "Was able to sprint a little today.
Darnold had missed the previous three games due to the injury but it is important for the Jets to have him healthy on the field so he can continue his development.
"Consistency is the biggest thing for me moving forward," he said.
Darnold's fourth quarter heroics on Sunday also snapped a six-game losing streak for the Jets, but more importantly, showed that Darnold has what it takes to win games late.
"I always say I'm taking it one game at a time ... but definitely thinking where I'm going to be at in a year or two from now," Darnold said. "I'm very excited where I can go from here and really optimistic about hte future and what it holds."