Stevan Ridley

#22 RB / N.Y. Jets Jets / EXP: 5YRS Height: 5-11 Weight: 220 lb Age: 26 College: Louisiana State Bye 5

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    Jets' Stevan Ridley: Four rushing attempts in Week 11

    Ridley carried 4 times for 0 yards and caught his only pass target for negative five yards Sunday against the Texans. Ridley has yet to gain a single yard in his two appearances this season. He now has eight touches for negative six yards. Unless he's able to do more with his chances, it's difficult to imagine him getting additional work as Chris Ivory's backup on early downs.

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    Jets' Stevan Ridley: Had no touches in Week 9

    Ridley was active but recorded no stats Sunday against the Jaguars. Even though Chris Ivory only gained 26 yards on his 23 carries, the coaching staff apparently felt no need to get Ridley his first touch of the season. Zac Stacy was Ivory's backup in this contest, but only saw a single carry. With Bilal Powell (ankle) possibly nearing a return to action, it's difficult to tell when Ridley will see game action this year.

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    Jets' Stevan Ridley: Zero snaps played in Week 8

    Ridley (knee) was active, but didn't see the field in Week 8, reports. Head coach Todd Bowles said that he tried to get Ridley on the field, but the game script kept that from happening. With the Jets falling behind early, they found themselves in catch-up mode, resulting in Zac Stacy seeing 27 snaps. It appears likely that Ridley will see his first game action of the season soon.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

    Jets' Stevan Ridley: Removed from PUP list

    The Jets have activated Ridley (knee) from the PUP list. Now that Ridley -- who is bouncing back from an ACL and MCL injury that he sustained last October -- is poised to join the Jets' backfield mix, he's in line to work behind starter Chris Ivory out of the gate. While he's not ready for fantasy lineup consideration just yet, Ridley's availability comes in handy for the Jets, with Bilal Powell out this week.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

    Jets RB Stevan Ridley could be activated soon

    Though Todd Bowles indicates that Jets running back Stevan Ridley (knee) is healthy enough to play, a determination has yet be made whether the running back will be removed from the PUP list in advance of Sunday against Oakland, per It wouldn't be be a great surprise to see Ridley get the green light with Bilal Powell still dealing with an ankle issue. Once Ridley is introduced to the backfield mix, he'd be in line to work behind Chris Ivory.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

    Jets RB Stevan Ridley remains on PUP list

    Jets running back Stevan Ridley (knee) won't be activated from the PUP list in time for Sunday's game at New England, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. The meeting would have marked Ridley's first against his first former team, but his right knee isn't healthy enough to make his return to the field. Once he's activated, he'll likely find carries difficult to come by behind lead back Chris Ivory.

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    Jets' Stevan Ridley: Week 7 status yet to be decided

    The Jets have yet to make a call on whether or not to activate Ridley (knee/PUP list) in advance of Sunday's game against the Patriots, ESPN's Rich Cimini reports. Coach Todd Bowles said a decision on that front will be made Friday night, though with Bilal Powell ruled out this week, the Jets could well elect to add Ridley to their Week 7 backfield mix -- against his former team -- though in such a scenario, he'd be working behind the team's top option at running back, Chris Ivory.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

    Jets RB Stevan Ridley back at practice Wednesday

    Jets running back Stevan Ridley, who is bouncing back from ACL and MCL injuries that he suffered last October, participated in Wednesday's practice, reports. Ridley, who remains on the PUP list, is eligible to play as soon as this week, but it's unclear how close he is to being activated by the team. With Chris Ivory running well these days, the Jets can afford to ease Ridley back in, so a wait-and-see approach is in order until his health is reestablished and role gains some clarity.

  • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

    Report: Jets place RB Stevan Ridley on PUP list

    The Jets placed running back Stevan Ridley on the physically unable to perform list, according to the New York Daily News. Ridley is rehabbing from a torn ACL.

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    Jets G Willie Colon, RB Stevan Ridley shelved with knee issues

    The Jets have placed guard Willie Colon and running back Stevan Ridley on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list for the start of training camp, per Both are sidelined with knee injuries. They can be activated at any time during camp, but must be back in action for the opener or they will be forced to miss the first six regular season games.

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