TE - NYJ
Week 3 Outlook
Jets TE Ryan Griffin (ankle) has been activated from the PUP.
Griffin will be eased back into practice as he recovers from an ankle injury. He’ll be firmly behind starter Chris Herndon IV this season, who is shaping up to be a big part of the offense in 2020.
TE Ryan Griffin (ankle) has been placed on the active/Physically Unable to Perform list.
Griffin continues to recover from ankle surgery and will need more time as he was placed on the active/PUP list Thursday. He hauled in 34 receptions for 320 yards and five touchdowns through 13 games in 2019. Griffin's option was picked up by the Jets this offseason and will split starting tight end duties with Chris Herndon.
The Jets have exercised the 2021 contract year on TE Ryan Griffin.
Griffin will now be under contract through 2021 with New York. The 30-year old TE started all 13 games that he played a season ago, and he’ll look to continue to build a rapport with third-year QB Sam Darnold. Griffin is nothing more than a low-end TE2 going into the 2020 season.
New York Jets tight end Ryan Griffin has been ruled out for Thursday Night Football against the Baltimore Ravens.
Ryan Griffin's absence is bad news for the entire Jets offense. While Robby Anderson, Jamison Crowder, and Le'Veon Bell will likely see more targets a result of Griffin being ruled out, they have a brutal matchup against the Ravens, and Ryan Griffin in the middle of the field would have helped open things up for the rest of the offense. Griffin was the TE3 in total fantasy points from Week 6 to Week 12.
New York Jets tight end Ryan Griffin was listed as did not practice on the team's estimated practice report.
With the Jets playing on Thursday night, the team was required to submit an official practice report ahead of tomorrow's actual practice. Griffin left Sunday's game with the injury, and will have just two more days to heal before Thursday night's contest against the Ravens. Missing Griffin would represent a major downgrade for Sam Darnold.
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