OL - NYJ
Week 14 Outlook
The New York Jets have activated OT Duane Brown off of the injured reserve on the last day of his 21-day practice window.
Brown, who is now 38 years old, hasn't played since Week 3 as he has been recovering from a hip issue. He was a full participant in both Tuesday and Wednesday's practices and could be on track to return in Week 12, which would be huge for a struggling Jets front. Brown is a one-time All-Pro OT and made a Pro Bowl as recently as 2021.
Duane Brown (hip/shoulder) has been ruled out for Week 3 by the New York Jets ahead of their contest with the New England Patriots Sunday.
With Brown sidelined, backup Billy Turner will receive the start at left tackle in what will likely be a long day for quarterback Zach Wilson and the Jets offense against a disciplined Patriots defense Sunday.
Duane Brown is not practicing on Friday, but Jets head coach Robert Saleh said he could still play on Sunday.
Brown missed practice all week with shoulder and hip injuries. Saleh implied he could still suit up against the Patriots. He will likely be a game-time decision.
New York Jets LT Duane Brown has been removed from the PUP list.
Brown has been cleared to practice and will begin ramping up to be ready for the season opener. Brown underwent shoulder surgery in February after playing through a torn rotator cuff last season. The expectation is that he will be ready for the season opener against Buffalo.
Duane Brown, who is currently on the PUP list, will be ready for Week 1, per Jets’ head coach Robert Saleh.
Brown is continuing to recover from offseason shoulder surgery to repair a torn rotator cuff. The 37-year-old is reportedly two weeks away from being able to get off the PUP list and begin practicing.