The Saints have placed Wilson (undisclosed) on IR, the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. In his first season with the Saints, Wilson recorded 27 tackles and a pick in 15 games (including four starts) in 2015. While the 2010 first-rounder isn't much of an IPD factor, his injury does represent a hit to the Saints' depth at cornerback. Replacing Wilson on the team's active roster will be defensive tackle C.J. Wilson, who signed with New Orleans on Friday.
The Saints agreed to terms with cornerback Kyle Wilson on Wednesday, the team announced. Details of the contract were not disclosed. Wilson spent the last five seasons playing for the Jets. In 2014, he totaled 26 tackles and one sack. He has three career interceptions.
The Jets are not expected to bring back cornerback and former first-round pick Kyle Wilson, according to a report from Newsday. Wilson was taken with the 29th overall pick in the 2010 draft but mostly underachieved during his tenure with the Jets. With his rookie deal complete, Wilson will hit the free agent market when the new league year begins on March 10. Wilson logged zero starts in 2014 and totaled 26 tackles, one sack and one pass deflection.
The following players were ruled inactive for the Chiefs Week 3 against Miami: Aaron Murray, Kyle Wilson, De'Anthony Thomas, Jamaal Charles, Eric Berry, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif and Damion Square.
The "feeling right now" is that Jets cornerback Dee Milliner (high ankle sprain) won't play Week 1 against the Raiders, reports the New York Daily News. New York would be forced to start Darrin Walls and Antonio Allen at corner, with Kyle Wilson manning the slot, the report said.