Posted August 18, 2013 on nyj.scout.com
When the New York Jets acquired running back Chris Ivory from the New Orleans Saints this offseason, expectations were sky high for the seldom used fourth year pro. Coming off a hamstring injury, Ivory saw limited snaps against the Jacksonville Jaguars Saturday night. Find out why Rex Ryan didn't fully deploy his new toy in the backfield.
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