Jets putting Le’Veon Bell on injured reserve

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Jets coach Adam Gase acknowledged yesterday that running back Le'Veon Bell would miss some time with a hamstring injury.

Now we know it will be at least three weeks.

According to Kim Jones of NFL Network, the Jets are putting Bell on injured reserve.

Gase said he regretted leaving the veteran running back in the game after he injured his hamstring on a 30-yard reception. He tried to play through it initially.

Now the Jets will turn to elder running back Frank Gore and rookie Lamical Perine, though they’ll likely need to add to the backfield.

15 responses to “Jets putting Le’Veon Bell on injured reserve

  1. Which was a worse signing by Mike Maccagnan, Bell or CJ Mosely?
    Chris Johnson chose to allow Mike Maccagnan have another draft and free agency in 2019, the result was a top to bottom washout draft class, and tens of millions of wasted free agent money.

  2. intrafinesse says:
    September 15, 2020 at 4:38 pm
    Which was a worse signing by Mike Maccagnan, Bell or CJ Mosely?
    Chris Johnson chose to allow Mike Maccagnan have another draft and free agency in 2019, the result was a top to bottom washout draft class, and tens of millions of wasted free agent money.

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    We’re just loving it. It is absolutely priceless. I am shocked the Jets didn’t pay Clowney 20 mil per as they continue their 50 year rebuild.

    – Pats Fans

  3. This Jets team has slipped under the radar in the race for the No.1 pick.

    They have a bottom 3 roster which I thought was on par with Jax and Wash but it now looks like they are at the bottom by themselves. The last team Adam Gase coached was torn down to the studs by the new FO. Seems he’s heading towards a coordinator job next season, elsewhere.

  4. “Seems he’s heading towards a coordinator job next season, elsewhere.”
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    You’re right that he’ll probably quickly get an OC job but outside that one season where Peyton Manning called all the plays in Denver Gase has done little to demonstrate he’s even qualified to be an OC.

  5. As long as Gase is the coach it dosent matter who plays and who dosent. The end result will be a loss. In multiple games last year the Jets came out undisciplined and unprepared. The first game this year was exactly the same.

  6. “Dude should never have left Pittsburgh. Wonder if he ever thinks that?”

    Maybe sometimes but he’s so delusional I doubt its very often

  7. “Gase said he regretted leaving the veteran running back in the game after he injured his hamstring on a 30-yard reception.”

    I’m not even a Jets fan and want to slam my head on the desk. Why in the world would he leave a player in the game after they injured their hamstring during WEEK ONE?! Everybody knows (or should know) that hamstring injuries are something that can go from mild to serious in nothing flat and can linger for months if not taken seriously.

    It’s only week one. God he’s such a bad coach.

  8. bostonblows says:
    September 15, 2020 at 4:47 pm
    The last team Adam Gase coached was torn down to the studs by the new FO. Seems he’s heading towards a coordinator job next season, elsewhere.
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    For who? He’s already been calling the offense plays for the Jets and doing a terrible job.

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