Sixth Overall Pick Jamal Adams Sprains Ankle in New York Jets Practice
PHILADELPHIA, PA - APRIL 27: (L-R) Jamal Adams of LSU poses with Commissioner of the National Football League Roger Goodell after being picked #6 overall by the New York Jets during the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft at the Philadelphia Museum of Art on April 27, 2017 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)

The New York Jets received mix reports on their injuries, as Jamal Adams and Matt Forte practiced but Quincy Enunwa did not.

The New York Jets have had a rash of injuries lately, but at least some of them seem to be recovering.

The team tweeted a video of Jamal Adams in pads warming up for practice today. The first-round pick suffered a sprained ankle last week and was hopeful he would be back before too long. His return will make the Jets secondary stronger.

Ethan Greenberg, a contributor for, tweeted that he too saw Adams in pads, as well as Matt Forte.

Forte’s hamstring had been bothering him at the start of camp and he was forced to miss a few practices. He is expected to share running back duties with Bilal Powell.

But now, the bad news: Jets Insider Eric Allen tweeted that Quincy Enunwa had not been seen at practice.

The third-year wide receiver, who was expected to enter the season in the number one receiver role, suffered a neck injury during the Green and White scrimmage on Saturday. The team has not released any updates on his status since the injury occurred.

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