Jets without WR Quincy Enunwa for second straight week
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — New York Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa will miss his second straight game because of an ankle injury.
Enunwa is tied with Robby Anderson for the team lead with 38 catches, but has just nine receptions in the Jets’ last four games. He sat out against Houston last Saturday after hurting his ankle at Buffalo.
Enunwa has not practiced since the injury and in addition to missing Sunday’s game against Green Bay, he could be held out for the season finale next week at New England.
With Enunwa out and Rishard Matthews on injured reserve with a hamstring ailment, coach Todd Bowles said Friday that rookie Deontay Burnett will be active Sunday.
Linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis is doubtful to play with a shoulder injury. Linebacker Jordan Jenkins (ankle) and defensive back Darryl Roberts (toe) are questionable.