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Jets wideout Santonio Holmes is still uncertain as to when he’ll return to the Jets. Holmes had surgery to repair his foot.
“I don’t have a target date,” Holmes said. “I don’t want to do anything to jeopardize myself being ready for the season.”
Holmes would be a big boost to the Jets’ depleted offense.
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Santonio Holmes, who missed most of last season with a foot injury, still is uncertain when he will be able to return to the field.
Holmes in an interview earlier this week declared himself day-to-day. Holmes said he does not want to put himself in a position to re-injure his foot, and will be very cautious upon his return.
The Jets open training camp July 25 and will be without...
The New York Jets receiving corps is relatively young and
inexperienced. This fact is only made more evident when you subtract Santonio
Holmes from the equation. Unfortunately for the Jets, it appears they’ll have
to do just that through the start of training camp, perhaps even into the start
of the regular season, according to Seth Walder of The New York Daily News.
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When Santonio Holmes says he’s day to day, he’s not kidding.
The Jets wide receiver, who missed a majority of last season with a foot injury, does not have a timetable for his return.
"I don’t have a target date," Holmes said yesterday at a uStadium Flag Football charity event on Roosevelt Island. "I’m just stating the facts that the season starts soon and...
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Over the weekend New York Jets receiver Santonio Holmes said he was not certain when he’d be back on the field.
Now the cap strapped Jets are inviting in any capable pass catcher for a team tryout.
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