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Jets get Mangold back at practice

After missing practice on Wednesday and Thursday, Jets center Nick Mangold was back at work on Friday, according to Rich Cimini of ESPNNewYork.com.

Mangold has a shoulder injury.  More specifically, per Cimini, it’s a sprain of the AC joint.  That’s fancy talk for “separated shoulder.”

The question is the degree, and it’s apparently not bad enough to keep Mangold from playing on Sunday night against the Dolphins.

Cimini reports that linebacker Jason Taylor also is practicing with an elbow injury.  Cornerback Darrelle Revis (hamstring) won’t play, but he was riding a stationary bike.

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17 Responses to “Jets get Mangold back at practice”
  1. eastslastheart says: Sep 24, 2010 1:09 PM

    cannot wait for this game!

  2. hnirobert says: Sep 24, 2010 1:12 PM

    I really like Mangold and find him to be one of the classier Jets, but Randy Starks is going to chew him up on Sunday and embarrass him if he’s going to play him with a separated shoulder.

  3. smithopher says: Sep 24, 2010 1:36 PM

    acromioclavicular sprain/separation is no joke man, hes a tough SOB to be playing with a separated shoulder. theres a bunch of degrees to the injury, but I had one when i was a freshman in HS, a rather mild one, and i couldn’t even put my pads on without wincing. its painful, its more than just the shoulder, the collarbone is definitely affected too, sending the pain across his entire upper chest.

  4. SomeFans says: Sep 24, 2010 1:42 PM

    Let the excuses flow… I mean 41 years isn’t all that long of a time… is it?

  5. cunninglinguist says: Sep 24, 2010 2:02 PM

    41 years is quite a long time….good thing the Jets have at least won a playoff game in the last 10 years.

  6. william sizemore says: Sep 24, 2010 2:03 PM

    I know they want to win, however he could be placing his carer in harms way, one bad hit could be all it takes, and of course Miami won’t mind landing on his shoulder, taking one for the fat ass may be a big mistake. Bill

  7. jets are stacked says: Sep 24, 2010 2:16 PM

    if mangold can handle vince wilfork with a banged up shoulder, then he shouldnt have a problem with randy starks

  8. Nyjets31 says: Sep 24, 2010 2:27 PM

    hnirobert says:
    September 24, 2010 1:12 PM
    I really like Mangold and find him to be one of the classier Jets, but Randy Starks is going to chew him up on Sunday and embarrass him if he’s going to play him with a separated shoulder.
    ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
    So Starks is on Jenkins /Wilfork /C.Hampton, Level now ………I cant stop laughing….Mangolds the best center in the game ,Starks is a medicore DE playing out of postion ,who if Ferguson wasnt suspended then decide to retire ,starks wouldn’t even be starting,let the season playout a little more before you annoint yourselfs this overpowering defense ..remember you’ve played 2 hideous offenses in Buff. and old Favre who silver platterd 3 ints int the red zone …AP ran threw your D …

  9. NYJALLFINGDAY says: Sep 24, 2010 2:32 PM

    @SomeFans
    You laugh at 41 years like your team has won something in 38 years. It’s a 3 year difference, buddy.

  10. jets are stacked says: Sep 24, 2010 2:49 PM

    dont worry about somfans, folks. after the jets beat flipper this weekend he’ll probably disappear from the jets posts like the pats fans did.

  11. AllThat says: Sep 24, 2010 2:59 PM

    @NYJALLFINGDAY says:
    September 24, 2010 2:32 PM
    @SomeFans
    You laugh at 41 years like your team has won something in 38 years. It’s a 3 year difference, buddy.
    =================================
    girls, head to another board. geez agruing about 38-41 years since you have been relevant….dumb asses…

  12. TikiPowerdJetsFan says: Sep 24, 2010 4:25 PM

    @allthat
    agreed . . . lets wait till sunday to decide whose better.

  13. robsterNY says: Sep 24, 2010 5:21 PM

    @ hnirobert…In case you dont watch the game of football too closely….Mangold is the best center in the league!…NOBODY “chews up ” Mangold fool!…and he is the type of guy that if he felt he could’nt be effective ..he would’nt play…your boy …whats his name?…he might be chewing on his home turf..but not Mangold.

  14. robsterNY says: Sep 24, 2010 5:24 PM

    SEE YA ON THE FIELD!

  15. wock says: Sep 24, 2010 5:38 PM

    # NYJALLFINGDAY says: September 24, 2010 2:32 PM @SomeFans You laugh at 41 years like your team has won something in 38 years. It’s a 3 year difference, buddy.
    ************************************
    37 years, 1973.
    But thats comparing apples and oranges. The Jets haven’t even BEEN to a Superbowl in 41 years. The Dolphins were AFC champions in 1982 and 1985.
    Lets see…. since the Jets last graced a championship game, and were relevant beyond the the ignoramuses making up their fan-base:
    Bills – Four Superbowl appearances.
    Colts – Three Superbowl appearances, and two championships.
    Patriots – Six superbowl appearances, and three championships.
    Dolphins – Five Superbowl appearances, and two championships.
    New York Jets…. permanent weak sisters of the AFC East. :)

  16. wock says: Sep 24, 2010 5:42 PM

    While we’re at it……
    1. The Jets have as many playoff appearances as the Dolphins have division Championships – 13.
    2. The Dolphins have been to the Superbowl more times (5) than the Jets have won the AFC East (4).
    3. The Jets are currently tied for fourth all time in AFC East championships, behind the Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, Buffalo Bills, and Indianapolis Colts (a team from the AFC South).
    4. The Jets are tied in Eastern division championships with the Houston Oilers, a team which ceased play in 1997.
    5. The Jets have 57 fewer wins than the Dolphins all time (407-350) despite starting play six seasons earlier.
    6. The Jets, however, do have 119 more losses (301 – 420).
    7. The winningest Jets Coach of all time, Weeb Ewbank, has 213 fewer wins than the winningest Dolphin coach all time, Don Shula – 347 – 134.
    8. The win differential between Ewbank and Shula (213) is greater than the all time win totals of coaches Marty Schottenheimer, Chuck Noll, Hank Stram, Bill Walsh, Curly Lambeau, John Madden, Vince Lombardi, and Joe Gibbs.
    8. The Jets have never won 3 playoff games in one season in their history.
    9. The mark for playoff wins by a Jets coach is 2, set by Walt Michaels, Weeb Ewbank, Joe Walton, Bill Parcells, Herm Edwards and Rex Ryan.
    10. The Jets have never played in a stadium built specifically for them (going from the Polo grounds, to Shea Stadium, to Giants Stadium, to New Meadowlands Stadium).

  17. william sizemore says: Sep 24, 2010 11:23 PM

    Sounds like they suck to me and every body out side of Jersey. Bill P.S. and the great part is even if they win Sunday they will still suck, like a skunk, hard to get rid of the stink.

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