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  • Sam Darnold is back

    ORCHARD PARK — Sam is back. The Jets will indeed start rookie Sam Darnold at quarterback on Sunday afternoon against the Bills, according to a source. It has been expected since Darnold returned to practice fully this week, but coach Todd Bowles would not reveal whether Darnold or veteran Josh McCown would make the start

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  • No reason to rush Sam Darnold back

    It was something the Jets can be thankful for: The sight of Sam Darnold on the practice field Wednesday with a helmet on his head. He did stretching exercises and agility drills while the media was able to observe the early minutes of practice. Apparently, he didn’t do much else, though, as he was listed...

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  • Sam Darnold, Tom Brady, Robby Anderson

    The New York Jets host the New England Patriots and quarterback Tom Brady in NFL Week 12 action on Sunday, November 25, 2018 (11/25/18) at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. Here is a look at the inactive lists for Sunday's Patriots-Jets game at MetLife Stadium, plus what it means.  (Click here for the final injury report for this game.)  JETS  QB Sam Darnold -- already ruled out (foot)  LG James Carpenter -- was listed as doubtful (shoulder)  FS Marcus Maye...
  • Jets' Sam Darnold sits again with strained foot

    Jets rookie quarterback Sam Darnold was sidelined during Monday's practice due to his stained right foot. With the bye week now finished, the Jets returned to practice on Monday. Sam Darnold didn't. The rookie quarterback stood to the side and observed, as he continues to work his way back from a strained right foot that forced him out of the Jets' Week 10 loss to the Bills. Darnold was not wearing a walking boot, as head coach Todd Bowles confirmed before the team...
  • Sam Darnold ready to get the Aaron Rodgers experience

    Sam Darnold is like most football fans when it comes to watching Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers play. The Jets rookie studies Rodgers and walks away awed by some of the throws he makes. “During the offseason I look at Aaron all the time, first of all just to watch some of the cool throws that

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  • Sam Darnold will do enough to keep Jets close

    The Jets’ come-from-behind, 27-23 victory over the Bills last Sunday was good for the morale at 1 Jets Drive, encouraging about Sam Darnold’s future and infuriating to fans who wanted to draft Nick Bosa with the No. 1 pick in the 2019 draft. It’s also indicative that they’ll bring another good effort to Saturday’s national

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  • Sam Darnold’s heroics could be glimpse of what’s to come

    In a lost season, Sam Darnold gave the Jets and their fans some hope Sunday. That was bigger than the win over the Bills or snapping the six-game losing streak. Darnold showed a glimpse of what the Jets hope he can become in the coming years with his fourth-quarter heroics in Buffalo. “It’s great for

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