Enunwa (concussion) wore his helmet at Monday's practice, but he was also wearing a red jersey.
Enunwa's return to practice, albeit in a limited capacity, suggests he has cleared the NFL's concussion protocol. He's locked in as the No. 3 wideout in an offense that makes heavy use of three and four-wide sets. Of course, Enunwa will likely be fourth in line for targets, trailing Brandon Marshall, Eric Decker and RB Matt Forte.
Harris (shoulder) expects to be ready for Week 1 after receivign the results of an MRI on Sunday, ESPN"s Adam Schefter reports.
Harris will be held out of the preseason finale, which likely would have been the case even if he were healthy. Although he's coming off four straight seasons with 100+ tackles and at least two sacks, Harris is headed the wrong way in the IDP universe, as the Jets may consider using Erin Henderson and Darron Lee as their nickel 'backers.
Marshall (hip) did not practice Monday, ESPN's Rich Cimini reports.
An unexpected scratch for Saturday's preseason game against the Giants, the 32-year-old Marshall is merely believed to be dealing with some minor soreness. There won't be any cause for concern unless he still isn't practicing by the end of the week.
Considering he was already a long shot to make the roster before he suffered an unspecified injury earlier this week, this transaction comes as little surprise. When healthy, he could find a job returning kickoffs or punts with a team needing special teams help.
McDougle (hamstring) did not participate in Thursday's practice, Eric Allen of the team's official site reports.
The Jets drafted McDougle back in 2014 with the expectation that he could soon be a cornerstone of the team's secondary. Unfortunately, a torn ACL and other minor injuries have plagued their plans. Rookie Juston Burris and Darryl Morris are likely to see increased reps during his absence.
Amaro (groin) may not make the final roster, ESPN.com reports.
Amaro dressed but didn't play in Saturday's preseason game against the Giants, suggesting his absence may not have been entirely injury-related. Regardless, the Jets have blocking specialist Kellen Davis slotted in atop the depth chart, and Zach Sudfeld offers more than Amaro on special teams. A 2014 second-round selection, Amaro impressed early in training camp but failed to make any noise during the preseason. Even if he's kept on the roster, he may be limited to a few snaps per game as an H-back.
Jenkins (calf) sat out of practice Wednesday, Darryl Slater of NJ.com reports.
Jenkins left Monday's practice early with a calf injury and was given another day off Wednesday for further rest and recovery. It's reportedly nothing serious and shouldn't linger into the regular season, although there's a good chance he's held out of Saturday's preseason matchup with the Giants for precautionary reasons. We should hear more on his status in the coming few days.
Thompkins (groin) will not play in Saturday's preseason game against the Giants.
Thompkins missed some practice time during the week and will thus be held out of Friday's game. He's seemingly the favorite for the No. 4 wideout job, though it isn't exactly clear where the Jets' depth chart stands after Brandon Marshall, Eric Decker and Quincy Enunwa.
Decker (leg) caught one pass (on five targets) for 22 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's preseason game against the Giants.
Decker was only able to catch one of his five targets, but made his lone reception count by finding pay dirt. With Brandon Marshall (hip) out, Decker was the top target in the Jets' starting offense, and saved an otherwise forgetful performance from the first-team unit Saturday.
McLendon missed Friday's practice with a toe ailment, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.
After signing a three-year deal in March, the Jets are hoping that McLendon can build on a strong 2015 season and become an asset along the defensive line as a run-stopper. There is no indication that the defensive tackle's toe injury is serious, and it is likely that having him sit out practice Friday is more of a precautionary move.
Williams (concussion) will not play in Saturday's preseason game against the Giants.
Even if he were healthy, Williams would face long odds to make the final roster. Matt Forte, Bilal Powell and Khiry Robinson are all locks, and Antone Smith was recently signed to compete for the No. 4 job.
Robinson (lower leg) won't take the field for Thursday's preseason opener against the Jaguars.
Just three days removed since his activation from the PUP list, Robinson will be held out as he builds up his workload in advance of the regular season. While it's unclear if he'll log any exhibition snaps over the next month, he'll serve as one of Matt Forte's (hamstring) primary backups with Bilal Powell.
Richardson (suspension) returned to practice Tuesday after a brief excused absence, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports.
Richardson was excused from practice for personal reasons over the weekend by coach Todd Bowles, but was able to return Tuesday. The Jets will be without Richardson for Week 1 due to a suspension, but they should have their starting defensive end throughout the remainder of training camp.
Forte (hamstring) rushed 10 times for 28 yards and caught two passes for nine yards in Saturday's preseason game against the Giants.
Forte sat out the Jets' first couple preseason games with a tight hamstring, but made his debut for the team Friday. Although the veteran failed to find much room to run, his 12 total touches all came during the first half, showing just how involved he's expected to be in New York's offense. To ensure he's fresh for Week 1, it wouldn't be surprising if Forte misses Thursday's preseason finale, so his outing against the Giants likely marked his only preseason appearance.
Davis will miss the remainder of OTAs after undergoing surgery on a torn ligament in his right thumb, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports
According to head coach Todd Bowles, Davis will be ready for the beginning of training camp in late July. The veteran tight end only had three receptions last season but could see an expanded role in 2016 after the Jets cut Jeff Cumberland earlier in the offseason.
Folk (quadriceps) has resumed kicking, Seth Walder of the New York Daily News reports.
Folk sustained a Grade 1 quadriceps strain during pregame warmups in Week 9, and his fate for the season was sealed just two days later when he landed on injured reserve. In a seven-game sample prior to the injury, his success rate on field goals (13-for-16, or 81.3 percent) was in line with his career mark of 80.6 percent. Of note, though, was a perfect 19-for-19 from the new extra-point distance, which ensures his stature as the Jets' clear-cut kicker, assuming he regains his previous prowess.
Smallwood is in the concussion protocol at this stage, philly.com reports.
Smallwood suffered a concussion in Saturday's game against the Colts, thus making it unlikely that he'll be cleared in time for Thursday's preseason finale against the Jets. At this stage, Smallwood slots in behind Ryan Mathews, Darren Sproles and Kenjon Barner in the Eagles' RB pecking order, as Week 1 quickly approaches.
Curry didn't return to Saturday's preseason game in Indianapolis due to a knee injury.
Penciled in as the starting right defensive end on the Eagles' unofficial depth chart, Curry's pass-rushing ability is needed in Philadelphia. A lengthy absence would place a damper on a unit that ranked 17th in the sack department during the 2015 season.
Pantale was removed from Saturday's preseason game at Indianapolis in order to undergo an evaluation for a head injury.
Pantale was already in a precarious position in his quest to make the Eagles' 53-man roster, and a concussion could be the final nail in the coffin. Nevertheless, his status should be clarified by the Eagles in due time.
Mills (hamstring) returned to practice Saturday, Martin Frank of the Delaware News Journal reports.
The Eagles seventh round selection this year has impressively worked his way up the team's depth chart. Many within the organization believe Mills could wind up playing a significant role this season behind the likes of Leodis McKelvin and Nolan Carroll.
Countess left Thursday's matchup with the Steelers due to a head injury, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
It is unclear what type of head injury Countess is dealing with or if he is showing concussion like symptoms. The 23-year-old rookie is currently projected as the backup strong safety. Expect an update on his status when more information is made available.
Grymes (shoulder) injury has been identified as an AC joint sprain and could sideline him or the rest of the preseason, Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News reports.
Grymes left Thursday's game early with what was at the time an unknown injury. He was currently running with the third-team defense, and will look to resume that role when he returns. His absence leaves the Eagles with four cornerbacks currently sidelined, allowing Randall Evans, C.J. Smith, and Denzel Rice to see significantly more reps for the time being.
Wentz (ribs) is still not 100 percent and will likely not play in Thursday's preseason finale against the Jets, Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News reports.
Coach Doug Pederson revealed Monday that one of Wentz's injured ribs is still not healed, and the issue projects to keep him out for Thursday's game despite earlier reports that were more optimistic regarding his status. He'll likely head into the season No. 3 on the quarterback depth chart due to the injury, with Chase Daniel serving as Sam Bradford's primary backup for the time being.
Kendricks (hamstring) is expected to return to practice Saturday, Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News reports.
Kendricks sustained a hamstring injury during Monday's practice, forcing him off the field. Considering he was plagued by a similar issue last season, the Eagles will exercise caution and hold Kendricks out for a few days. He'll miss Thursday's preseason opener but his status for the regular season doesn't appear to be in any jeopardy.
The Eagles' premiere wideout has continuously reiterated that he will be ready for Week 1 after suffering a bone bruise in his left knee Aug. 5. While he takes the practice field again this week, don't expect him to suit up for Thursday's preseason finale against the Jets as most the starters figure to sit out of the exhibition game.
Johnson missed Monday's training camp session with an undisclosed injury, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Johnson is the only player the Eagles have lost to injury during training camp, but no timetable was provided for his return. When healthy, he will compete for what could very well be Philadelphia's last roster spot at wide receiver behind Jordan Matthews, Nelson Agholor, Rueben Randle (gallbladder), Josh Huff and Chris Givens.
Shepherd (knee) returned to practice Monday, Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
It has been a long road to recovery for the former 2015 draft pick. Although he hasn't been an active participant of practice in nearly a year, Shepherd will relied upon to perform well for an Eagles' secondary that has been dropping like flies as of late.
Brooks (neck) will compete with Norman Carroll for the starting job opposite newly-acquired Leodis McKelvin, NJ.com reports.
Brooks ended the 2015 campaign on IR after dealing with neck, shoulder and head injuries during the season. However, his main competition, Norman Carroll, is also coming off an injury-ravaged season as well. Fellow CB Eric Rowe also figures to be in on the competition, but offseason reviews suggest he isn't a realistic candidate to start. Conceivably, as both Brooks and Carroll enter training camp after an offseason of rehab, this competition could come down to the last man standing should either player suffer a setback.
Parkey (groin) appears to be behind Caleb Sturgis in the training camp battle for the Eagles' kicking job in 2016, Philly.com reports.
After Parkey landed on injured reserve early into the 2015 campaign, Sturgis was solid in relief of the then-second year kicker. It's unclear whether Parkey's injury is still affecting his performance, but he has converted just 23 of 31 field goals thus far into training camp while Sturgis was true on 28 of 31, and has been noticeably short on his kickoffs compared to Sturgis. However, the competition is likely far from over, as the job will likely go to whomever performs most effectively during the preseason.