Jets’ Jeremy Kerley expected to be suspended by the NFL

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The Jets are on a three-game losing streak and now bracing to lose a key player.

Jets receiver Jeremy Kerley is expected to be suspended by the NFL, according to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News. There’s no word on the reason for the suspension or the length of the suspension, but Kerley has told people it’s coming.

Kerley is the Jets’ No. 3 wide receiver and their primary punt returner. He signed a one-year deal with the Jets in September after he was surprisingly released by the 49ers.

The Jets got off to a surprising 3-2 start and Kerley played a key role, but his playing time has been declining of late, and on Sunday he caught just one pass and lost a fumble when he muffed a punt.

5 responses to “Jets’ Jeremy Kerley expected to be suspended by the NFL

  1. You gotta wonder what this unraveling means for Bowles. Great guy, but he is out of touch with his situation with the Jets. Woody in the beginning of the season said he would decide on Bowles after this season on development of the young guys not wins. Bowles is stubborn to a fault, I get playing Kearse but playing Kerley over Hansen and Stewart is ridiculous. More so when you basically have a development year with no consequences right in front of you. He also seems to shoot himself in the foot with the locker room. His comments on Petty after the ATL game is something you do not do as a coach, especially when receivers seem frustrated on the field over McCown’s inability to find them on the field and opting for the check down. This isn’t on the GM in my opinion, the young talent is there to gauge where this team is but Bowles is not utilizing it because he loves his vets.

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