• by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Jets QB Geno Smith (jaw) gets medically cleared

    Jets quarterback Geno Smith (jaw) has been medically cleared, the Daily News reports. Coach Todd Bowles said Wednesday that the quarterback -- who practiced fully Wednesday -- "could be" active against the Eagles on Sunday, but in such a scenario, Smith would re-enter the mix in a backup capacity, with Bowles confirming Tuesday that Ryan Fitzpatrick will remain the 2-0 Jets' starting QB.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Jets QB Geno Smith is ruled out of Monday's game

    Jets quarterback Geno Smith (jaw) has officially been ruled out for Monday's game, the Jets' official site reports. He was a limited participant in practice, and it is not a surprise that he won't play Monday, as it was reported earlier in the week that he would miss "about the next three games." Ryan Fitzpatrick will get the start again in his place.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Jets QB Geno Smith practices; still to miss next three games

    Jets quarterback Geno Smith (jaw) was technically a limited practice participant Thursday, nj.com reports. That said, the quarterback's timetable for a return hasn't changed and Smith still expected to miss "about the next three games," according to the report.

  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    Report: Enemkpali appealing suspension for breaking Smith's jaw

    Bills linebacker IK Enemkpali is facing at least a four-game suspension for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy for breaking Jets quarterback Geno Smith's jaw during a preseason locker room incident, sources told NFL Network. Enemkpali is appealing the suspension, which could be as many as six games. Smith is not facing a suspension for his role in the incident. While Smith will miss the start of the season due to the injury, he has returned to practice. Enemkpali did not make the Bills' 53-man roster, but he was signed to the practice squad earlier this week.

  • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

    Jets QB Geno Smith (jaw) shows progress at practice

    Jets quarterback Geno Smith, who is recovering from a broken jaw, put on a helmet and showed progress at team practice on Monday, per Nj.com. Smith suffered a broken jaw on Aug. 11 after being punched by a former teammate and underwent surgery two days later. It's unlikely that he will be available for New York's season opener on Sunday.

  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    Maccagnan: Jets QB Geno Smith unlikely to go on short-term IR

    Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan said Tuesday it is a "possibility" quarterback Geno Smith (jaw) goes on short-term injured reserve, which means he would miss at least the first eight weeks of the season. However, Maccagnan quickly added it was unlikely Smith would be placed on short-term IR. Maccagnan suggested Smith would likely miss the first four games of the season. Although, he is expecting Smith to rejoin the team later this week. Smith is recovering from surgery to fix his broken jaw. He suffered the injury in a fight with former teammate IK Enemkpali.

  • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

    Jets QB Geno Smith undergoes surgery to fix jaw

    Jets quarterback Geno Smith underwent surgery Thursday to correct his broken jaw, the team announced. Smith had plates and screws inserted into his jaw and will remain in the hospital over night. Smith broke his jaw when he got into a fight with a teammate. He is expected to be out for 6-10 weeks.

  • by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

    Report: Jets QB Geno Smith to undergo surgery on jaw

    Jets quarterback Geno Smith decided to undergo surgery on his broken jaw after receiving a second opinion on the injury, according to ESPN. Sources said that Smith, who suffered the injury after being punched by a teammate Tuesday, will miss 6-10 weeks after undergoing the surgery.

  • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

    Jets' Geno Smith punched by teammate, suffers broken jaw

    Jets quarterback Geno Smith will be out 6-10 weeks after suffering a broken jaw as a result of a punch by teammate IK Enemkpali, coach Todd Bowles said according to the New York Times. Smith was sucker punched in the locker room on Tuesday, and Enemkpali was subsequently released from the organization. "You don't walk up to another man and punch him in the face," Bowles said per the New York Times. Bowles implied that the altercation between the two was 'childish' and something that 'sixth graders could have talked about." Smith's jaw is broken in two places, according to ESPN's Adam Shefter.

  • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

    Jets' Bowles says Geno Smith needs more consistency

    While Jets quarterback Geno Smith did not turn the ball over during Thursday's OTA session, coach Todd Bowles said Smith needs more consistency, reports ESPN.com. "It's been up and down," Bowles said of Smith. "He makes good throws, he makes some bad throws. There has to be more consistency for the quarterbacks overall." Smith is competing with Ryan Fitzpatrick for the starting quarterback job.