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Here’s all you need to know New York Jets fans, including this week’s injury report, top quotes from the coaching staff and some Jamal Adams shade.

Injury report heading into Week 16 against the LA Chargers, thanks to the New York Jets Media Relations Department:

On today’s injury report…

Brian Winters did not practice. Matt Forté did not practice. Elijah McGuire did not practice. Wesley Johnson was limited. Leonard Williams was limited. Morris Claiborne was limited.

Williams continues to go through the NFL’s concussion protocol, so his status remains uncertain. Elijah McGuire is sick and Brian Winters looks really iffy for Sunday which would mean the green and white would lean on either Dakota Dozier or Brent Qvale.

Here’s the rest of the roundabout of press conferences, starting with head coach Todd Bowles.

Defensive coordinator Kacy Rodgers had some things to say as well:

Of course, offensive coordinator John Morton wasn’t going to go without giving his take on things.

An interesting nugget: no one wanted to talk about their job security or Muhammad Wilkerson.

That made the press conferences a lot less entertaining…unlike the shade Jamal Adams was a part of.

Adams got served by the New York Jets equipment staff during practice. He was given a game ball with the date on it for his first pick-six. Usually this tradition is reserved for a regular or postseason game, but Adams hasn’t had any of those moments sadly.

Although he’s had plenty of other bright shining moments and it’s only a matter of time before he gets his first ‘real’ interception.

While some final nuggets to chew on there is a game on Sunday against the LA Chargers. It is the last home game of the season for the green and white and they’ll be dealing with a team who has a ton of talent, here’s Bowles’ comments on some Chargers weapons thanks to the Jets Media Relations Department:

On Chargers CB Casey Hayward and whether he shadows a particular receiver…

They play him on the side most of the time, but he can shadow. I just know the guy. He’s a very bright football player, he’s very smart, has great ball instincts, he studies a lot and you can tell that he’s a technician – good football player.

On defending Keenan Allen…

He’s a great route-runner. He’s very patient. He has outstanding hands and he understands the game very well, it’s not just Allen, it’s (Tyrell) Williams and (Travis Benjamin) as well as (Antonio) Gates down there. Allen has always been a studious player. He’s always been a great route runner. He’s always had excellent hands, so you have to be very patient. He tests your patience. Even when he’s covered, he can catch the ball.

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