Kerley ended the 2015 season with 16 receptions for 152 yards and two touchdowns as a receiver, though he spent the majority of his time as a kick returner. With the Jets having the ability to create $1.3MM by cutting Kerley in the offseason, as reported by NJ.com, the team could create more cap space to go after potential free agents this offseason. Based on his role in 2015, it would seem probable that Kerley's seen his last game with the team.
Kerley (calf) is active for Saturday's game against the Cowboys. Kerley will take over as the primary punt returner for the Jets', but he likely won't factor much on the offensive side of the ball unless multiple players in front of him on the depth chart go down with injuries.
Kerley (calf) has been upgraded to probable for Saturday's game against the Cowboys. Kerley was listed as questionable on the Jets' initial injury report, but it appears his calf injury has improved, and he is now almost certain to play Saturday. Kerley will work as the Jets' punt returner and as a reserve wide receiver Saturday night.
Kerley (calf) is questionable for Saturday's game against the Cowboys according to Jets' head coach Todd Bowles. Kerley was able to practice Thursday, albeit on a limited basis, so it remains to be seen whether the receiver and primary punt returner will play Saturday. Despite an increasingly destructive aerial attack led by Ryan Fitzpatrick, Kerley has hardly factored much into the offense in recent weeks, recording just one catch since Week 10.
Kerley (calf) did not practice Wednesday, ESPN's Rich Cimini reports. Kerley is expected to try to give it a go at practice Thursday so there's still a chance he might play Saturday against the Cowboys. Still, his role in the Jets' offense has been limited of late, so he's off the fantasy radar for now, while working behind Brandon Marshall, Eric Decker and Quincy Enunwa.
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