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Jets don’t expect Chris Ivory back soon from hamstring strain

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New York Jets running back Chris Ivory left Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Bills with a hamstring strain.

Ivory dealt with a hamstring strain in training camp that kept him out several weeks before being able to step onto the practice field for the first time.

According to Rich Cimini of, the injury to Ivory is the same hamstring he struggled with in the preseason. Due to the time needed for Ivory to return from the initial injury, the Jets aren’t expecting Ivory to get back quickly from this injury.

With Mike Goodson suspended for another week still, the injury leaves the Jets somewhat short-handed at running back with only Bilal Powell and Alex Green on their active roster. Powell had the best game of his career against the Bills with 149 yards on 27 carries.

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3 Responses to “Jets don’t expect Chris Ivory back soon from hamstring strain”
  1. jetsclaps says: Sep 23, 2013 11:23 PM

    John Griffin broke his leg in pre season and is out for the year.

  2. stlluna7 says: Sep 23, 2013 11:26 PM

    With all these restrictions on the defenses you would think the injuries would be less but I guess we are leaning towards defenses becoming obsolete. Rules or no rules, it is the same thing.

  3. green41563 says: Sep 23, 2013 11:58 PM

    I’d bring back Joe McKnight, even if only to return kicks.

    Gates hasn’t done anything on KOR.

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