New York Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa is expected to miss one-to-two weeks after sustaining a thumb injury during practice.
The comeback kid’s progress has hit a snag.
New York Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa will miss one-to-two weeks due to an injured thumb, according to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News. Enunwa failed to practice for the second straight time on Thursday with what Todd Bowles called a “sore” hand.
Enunwa, 26, is currently on the comeback trail after missing the entire 2017 season due to a back injury. In 2016, he piled up 857 yards and four touchdowns on 58 total receptions, playing third fiddle to starters Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker.
This season, he’s battling multiple weapons (Jermaine Kearse, Chad Hanse, Terrelle Pryor) for playing time at the position behind No. 1 man Robby Anderson.
Enunwa was spotted with a wrap around his right hand at the start of practice on Thursday, the Daily News cites. That’s really all anybody knows about the situation.
The Jets do not have a scheduled practice on Friday, the day before the organization’s annual Green & White Scrimmage at Rutgers University.