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NFL Injury Report:
Alper of NBCSports reports that New York Jets center Nick Mangold, left
Sunday’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with an apparent elbow
injury. Mangold injured his elbow while
pass blocking when Jets running back Tommy Bahanon inadvertently whacked into
Mangold would later return to the sidelines and the game to
participate in a gift victory for the Jets.
Back-up center, Caleb Schlauderaff, subbed in until the burly Pro Bowler
Mangold is a solid center and the Jets best offensive
lineman. He is also durable. In his eight seasons with the Jets, Mangold
has started all but two regular season games.
Losing Mangold for any amount of time would be a disaster for the
Jets. Their running back group is weak
at best and their rookie quarterback, Geno Smith, needs all the stability he
can muster with the Patriots coming up in the shortened week.
As of now, the seriousness of Mangold’s injury is unknown. However, with the short week, we will know
In other Jets’ roster moves, the Gang Green re-signed QB
Brady Quinn and kindly told linebacker, Danny Lansaha, to go agitate the
gravel. In addition, the practice squad
got some new meat with the addition of wide receiver, Rahsaan Vaughn.
The Jets have also officially announced rookie quarterback, Geno Smith, will get the start against AFC East rival New England on Thursday night.
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