Despite acquiring Braylon Edwards last week, who by the way looked pretty good against the Dolphins Monday night, the Jets could be short handed at receiver this Sunday when they host the Bills.
Jerricho Cotchery was questionable going into the Miami game with a hamstring injury. According to Newsday’s Bob Glauber, Cotchery re-injured the hamstring in last night’s game.
With a short week for the Jets playing Monday night, Cotchery isn’t likely to be ready for Sunday’s game.
Cotchery played more than he was supposed to because QB/WR Brad Smith suffered a foot injury and left the game. David Clowney also had to leave the game, but just had severe leg cramps and should be okay for Sunday.
But aside from Edwards and Clowney the only other healthy receiver on New York’s roster right now is Wallace Wright.
Tags: Brad Smith, David Clowney, Jerricho Cotchery
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